Trains from Sungai Kolok to Ratchaburi

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

Trains Times from Sungai Kolok to Ratchaburi


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

Train No.Sungai KolokRatchaburiService
17212:1005:29Rapid
3814:1506:56Special Express
  • The fastest train from Sungai Kolok to Ratchaburi is Train #38 departing at 14:15 and scheduled to arrive 16 hours 41 minutes later at 06:56.
  • The slowest train from Sungai Kolok to Ratchaburi is Train #172 departing at 12:10 and arriving in Ratchaburi at 05:29, 17 hours and 19 minutes after departing from Sungai Kolok.

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Ratchaburi Train Station


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About Travel to Ratchaburi


Ratchaburi is the location of Thailand’s most famous floating market, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, and two other floating markets which are less busy: Amphawa Floating Market and Tha Kha Floating Market.

Floating Markets in Ratachaburi

By the 1960s floating markets, which once existed throughout Central Thailand, had largely disappeared in favour of land based market selling goods transported by road. Ratchaburi’s floating markets were re-established in the 1970s and 1980s as tourist attractions and, although picturesque, the cost of boat tours and the goods on sale are relatively high. Nonetheless, a visit to one of Ratchaburi’s floating markets is lots of fun and popular with both foreign and domestic tourists.

Ratchaburi is famous for it's floating markets
Ratchaburi is famous for it’s floating markets
Major Temple in Ratchaburi

Ratchaburi has a lot more of interest than simply floating markets, although few foreign tourists visit the province’s other attractions. Within Ratchaburi Town the main point of interest is Wat Mahathat Worawihan. Wat Mahathat Worawihan was established at some point during the 10th or 11th Centuries during a period of rule by the Khmer Empire. The central features of this temple are its large Khmer style prang towers.

Other Attractions in Ratchaburi

Close to Ratchaburi Town are three popular natural attractions: Wat Nong Hoi Park, Wat Khao Chong Phran and Khao Bin Cave. Khao Bin Cave (located 25 km by road to the West of Ratchaburi Railway Station) is a large cave with 8 chambers featuring stalagmites and stalactites.

Wat Khao Chong Phran (30 km by road to the North of Ratchaburi Railway Station) also features a cave which you can’t enter but you can visit at sunset to watch vast numbers of bats exiting the caves in search of insects.

Wat Nong Hoi Park (14 km by road to the North of Ratchaburi Railway Station) is a national park where you can drive up to impressive viewpoints.

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