By train the journey from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan is scheduled to take from 3 to 4 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train times from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan
There are 7 direct trains per day from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan.
- The fastest train from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan is Train #7 departing at 09:05, which is scheduled to complete the journey in 2 hours 32 minutes.
- The slowest train from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan is Train #109 departing at 14:15, which is scheduled to arrive 4 hours 09 minutes later at 18:24.
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Ticket Prices from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan
Train tickets purchased on online for the journey from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan cost 270 THB more per ticket than purchasing the same ticket at a train station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||1,060 THB||790 THB|
The advantage of paying more to book a ticket online is that you are guaranteed to be able to travel on the train of your choosing in the seat type that suits you best:
- For travellers with a fixed schedule the additional cost of buying a ticket online will often be much less than the cost of rearranging hotel bookings and other travel connections in the event of delays because the train they wanted to take is full.
Location of Bangkok Train Station
- From the 19th January 2023 the main railway station in Bangkok is Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal Station (also known as Bang Sue Grand Station).
Location of Nakhon Sawan Train Station
- See more information about Nakhon Sawan Railway Station.
About Nakhon Sawan
Nakhon Sawan is a small and pleasant city in the lower part of the Northern Region of Thailand, located where the Ping and Nan Rivers converge to form the Chao Phraya River which passes through the centre of Bangkok before flowing into Gulf of Thailand. For period of Thailand’s history, before roads and railways became the principal forms of transport, this location on two of the Northern Region’s major navigable rivers made Nakhon Sawan an important centre for trade. In more recent times the importance of Nakhon Sawan has lessened, and not many tourists visit Nakhon Sawan city itself either as there are few major tourist attractions located there.
The centre of Nakhon Sawan is dominated by the large Paradise Park within which is a large lake. Most of the towns hotels, bars and restaurants are clustered around the edge of this park. The most visited tourist attraction is the Phra Chulamani Chedi, which is situated on a hill top within What Khiriwong, overlooking Nakhon Sawan city centre. The Phra Chulamani Chedi, completed in 2018 after 37 years of construction, features three levels each filled with religious statues and artefacts. From the chedi tower there are fantastic views over Nakhon Sawan and the surrounding area and the trip up to the top of the hill is worth making for the views alone.