Trains from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi

By train the journey from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi is scheduled to take from 16 to 17 hours depending upon which train you take.

Trains Times from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi


There are currently 2 direct trains per day from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi.

Train No.Sungai KolokPhetchaburiService
17212:1004:43Rapid
3814:1506:10Special Express
  • The fastest train from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi is Train #38 departing at 14:15 and scheduled to arrive 15 hours 55 minutes later at 06:10.
  • The slowest train from Sungai Kolok to Phetchaburi is Train #172 departing at 12:10 and arriving in Phetchaburi at 04:43, 16 hours and 33 minutes after departing from Sungai Kolok.

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Phetchaburi Train Station


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About Travel to Phetchaburi


Phetchaburi is a small town with around 27,000 permanent residents which is often overlooked as a destination by foreign visitors, but is popular with Thai tourists.

Location of Phetchaburi

Whilst not located on the coast, Phetchaburi is near the excellent Chao Samran and Puek Tian beaches, and 70 km to the East of the large and mountainous Kaeng Krachan National Park. Kaeng Krachan National Park forms a natural border with Myanmar and offers lots of interesting things to see and do for the more intrepid holiday maker.

Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace in Phetchaburi
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace in Phetchaburi

Phetchaburi Town has two Royal palaces, both open to visitors, a number of interesting temples, and a distinctive range of local cuisine.

Royal Palaces in Phetchaburi

The most popular of the two Royal palaces is Phra Nakhon Khiri Palace, also known as Khao Wang, which is a complex of palace buildings and temples spread across the top of a small hill near the centre of Phetchaburi Town. The palace was built in 1860 by King Rama IV and preserved in the much the same condition as it was left when it fell into disuse after the death of King Rama IV.

The other Royal Palace, the Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace, was completed in 1916 and never actually used as accommodation for the Royal family. Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace is nonetheless interesting to visit particularly because the design of the main building was based on the Palace of Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany.

Temples in Phetchaburi

Amongst Phetchaburi’s most interesting temples are Wat Mahathat Worawihan and Wat Kamphaeng Laeng, which both feature Khmer era buildings, and the large Wat Yai Suwannaram constructed in the 17th Century.

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