By train the journey from Buri Ram to Ubon Ratchathani is scheduled to take from 2 to 4 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Trains Times from Buri Ram to Ubon Ratchathani
There are currently 6 direct trains per day from Buri Ram to Ubon Ratchathani.
- The fastest train from Buri Ram to Ubon Ratchathani is Train #21 departing from Buri Ram at 11:37 and arriving in Ubon Ratchathani at 14:00 which is a scheduled journey time of 2 hours 23 minutes.
- The slowest train from Buri Ram to Ubon Ratchathani is Train #139 departing from Buri Ram at 02:26 and arriving in Bangkok 3 hours 49 minutes later at 06:15.
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If you prefer to travel in an air-conditioned carriage, particularly a 1st or 2nd Class AC sleeper berth, then we recommend that you book your tickets in advance. The best seat types tend to sell out before the day of travel leaving only fan cooled 3rd Class seats available to passengers who leave it until the day the train is due to depart to buy their tickets.
Buri Ram Train Station
Ubon Ratchathani Train Station
About Travel to Ubon Ratchathani
Ubon Ratchathani is the final stop on the southern branch of Thailand North Easter Railway Line. Ubon Ratchathani is a long way from Bangkok and other major tourist destinations, and as a consequence very few foreign visitors go there, and most of those that do travel to Ubon Ratchathani on route to Laos. Ubon Ratchathani is closest major town to the Lao Japanese Friendship near the town of Pakse in Laos. Bus services from Ubon Ratchathani to Pakse depart twice daily from Ubon Ratchathani and take 3 hours. Pakse is a transit point for bus services to the populat 4,000 Islands region as well as the starting point for motorbike tour of the Bolaven Plateau.
Ubon Ratchathani itslef is a relatively large town with over 120,000 permanent residents and a range of hotels, restaurants and bars. There two types of well known tourist attractions in Ubon Ratchathani, temples and places of natural beauty. The most impressive local beauty spot is the Pha Taem National Park, which features strange rock formations and a collection of rock paintings which dates back 3,000 to 4,000 years. Also of note is Sam Phan Bok (3,000 holes) which refers to stretches of the Mekong River where at low tides rock formations become visible.
Ubon Ratchathani is also know for its temples, of which there are many. The most famous temple is Wat Phra That Nong Bua, which resembles Bodh Gaya Temple in India, which marks the spot where the Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. Also well known are Wat Nong Pa Phong and Wat Pah Nanachat, which are temples in the forest that accept foreign students, and Wat Sirindhorn Wararam, which is a newer temple built on a hill.