By train the journey from Ayutthaya to Sisaket is scheduled to take from 6 to 9 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Ayutthaya to Sisaket
There are currently 6 trains a day from Ayutthaya to Sisaket.
- The fastest train service from Ayutthaya to Sisaket is Train #21 departing from Ayutthaya at 06:59 and scheduled to arrive in Sisaket 6 hours 10 minutes later at 13:18.
- The slowest train service from Ayutthaya to Sisaket is Train #141 departing from Ayutthaya at 00:17 and scheduled to arrive in Sisaket 8 hours 49 minutes later at 09:06.
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About Travel to Sisaket
Sisaket is the main town of Sisaket Province with around 40,000 permanent residents. Despite being a relatively large town, Sisaket has few hotels and restaurants that cater specifically for foreign visitors as very few foreign visitors come to stay overnight.
Sisaket Province is on the border with Cambodia, and hosts a wide range of different ethnic groups including the Kui, Lao and Yer people, as well as lots of people originally from Northern Cambodia. The Cambodian influence is also particular evident in the historic Khmer style temple constructed around the time when Angkor Empire was constructing the famous temples of the Angkor Archaeological Park near Siem Reap in Cambodia. These 1,000 year old temples are not as large or impressive as the temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park but they are some of the main tourist attractions in Sisaket. If you want to visit the Khmer temples in Sisaket Province you need to rent a vehicle or hire a taxi from Sisaket town as the temples are located upto 100 km by road from Sisaket Train Station.
The most popular tourist attraction Sisaket is Khao Phra Wihan National Park. Khao Phra Wihan National Park covers an area of around 130 square kilometres. The park is around 100 km by road to the South of Sisaket town.
There are several reasons to visit the park. Firstly, the park is a place of outstanding natural beauty and diverse wildlife. Deer, gibbons and civet cats are abundant in Khao Phra Wihan National Park, and the area is largely forested with a mix of species of trees, many very old and very large. Secondly, the park has tremedous viewpoints, most notably at Mo Ee Daeng Cliff, which features a 1,000 year rock carving in Khmer style. Thirdly, at the very Southern edge of Khao Phra Wihan National Park, inside Cambodia, is the famous Preah Vihear Temple. Preah Vihear Temple is a dramatic hill top temple built during the Angkor era. Access arrangement to the site vary frequently, however, it’s generally possible to visit from the Thai side of the border without needing a visa for Cambodia.