There are train services departing from the railway station at Don Mueang Airport which travel direct to Udon Thani.
Train Times from Don Mueang to Udon Thani
There are 4 direct train services a day from Don Mueang Airport to Udon Thani.
- Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
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- Fastest Train: The fastest service is Train #75, departing at 09:05, which is scheduled to complete the journey from Don Mueang Airport Railway Station to Udon Thani in 7 hours 50 minutes.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train services is Train #133, departing at 21:31, scheduled to arrive in Udon Thani 9 hours 26 minutes after departing from Don Mueang Airport Railway Station.
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If tickets from Don Mueang Railway Station to Udon Thani are not available to book online then book a ticket from Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station to Udon Thani. Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station is a few stops before Don Mueang Airport Railway Station and you will not be penalised if you board at Don Mueang Railway Station instead of Hua Lamphong Railway Station.
Location of Don Mueang Airport Railway Station
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About Travel to Udon Thani
Udon Thani is one of the four large cities in the North Eastern Region of Thailand with a population of over 130,000 permanent residents. Udon Thani is a major transport hub for travel within the region, but with the exception of Ban Chiang National Museum, the city and surrounding area has few world famous tourist attractions. Many of the foreign visitos who come to Udon Thani are either passing through on their way to somewhere else, or they have other reasons, like employment or friendship with a Thai person, for visiting the city. The city itself is friendly and inexpensive with a wide range of shops, restaurants and bars, and given the absence of tourist attractions the city has a surprisingly large ex-pat community particularly retirees from the UK and Scandinavia. The most popular part of the city for foreign visitors is a short distance to the west of the main railway station, particularly the area around the Samphan Thamit Alley.
Other than the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Ban Chiang, 50 km to the east of Undon Thani city centre, other places worth visiting during a trip to Udon Thani include:
- Udon Thani Night Market: A group of three very lively night markets close to the railway station with restaurants, bars and live music at the weekends as well stalls selling clothes and household items.
- Wat Kham Chanot: Fantastic temple in a forest about 97 km by road to the north east of Udon Thani. According to local belief, mythical Naga serpents live in the pond by the temple. Very few foreign visitors go to this temple which is constantly packed with Thai visitors from all regions of the country.
- Wat Pothisomphon: Main Buddhist temple in Udon Thani city featuring a large chedi tower, bell tower and some interesting sculptures.
- Nong Prajak Park: Large municipal park in the centre of Udon Thani, notable for the large yellow plastic ducks floating in the boating lake.