Trains from Uttaradit to Bangkok

By train the journey from Uttaradit to Bangkok takes from 6 to 10 hours depending upon which train you take and the delays you encounter on route.

Train Times from Uttaradit to Bangkok


There are 8 direct train services a day from Uttaradit to Bangkok.

  • Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
TrainUttaraditBangkokService
10607:3514:40Rapid
11208:3318:00Rapid
10211:5321:10Rapid
813:3219:25Special Express
420:0004:00Special Express
10820:1905:10Rapid
5221:3705:25Express
1422:4206:15Special Express
  • Fastest Train: Train #8 departing at 13:32 is scheduled to complete the journey from Uttaradit to Bangkok in 5 hours 53 minutes.
  • Slowest Train: Train #112 departing at 08:33 is scheduled to complete the journey from Uttaradit to Bangkok in 9 hours 27 minutes.

Buy Tickets from Uttaradit to Bangkok


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Ticket Prices from Uttaradit to Bangkok


Train tickets purchased online for the journey from Uttaradit to Bangkok are 30 THB to 148 THB more expensive than tickets purchased from a train station in Thailand.

Seat TypeOnline PriceStation Price
1st Class A/C Sleeper1,382 THB1,234 THB
2nd Class A/C Sleeper818 THB730 THB
2nd Class Fan Seat336 THB300 THB
3rd Class Fan Seat222 to 308 THB192 to 272 THB

The advantage of paying more to book online is that you guarantee the seat type of choice on the train which is most convenient for you.

Location of Uttaradit Railway Station


Google Map of Uttaradit Railway Station

Location of Bangkok Railway Station


Google Map of Bangkok Railway Station

About Travel to Bangkok


Bangkok is a diverse city with a mix of modern and old as well as mix of different cultures. Bangkok, although a single city, is in fact a cluster of fairly distinct smaller communities and commercial centres and there are different things to be experienced in each. There are lots of public transport options in Bangkok, some faster than others, some cheap, others relatively expensive, so its quite easy for visitors to city travel between different districts within Bangkok. In terms of speed, and value for money, Bangkok’s modern public transport systems, the BTS (elevated suburban railway network) and MRT (metro), are the best forms of public transport for visitors to Bangkok. The BTS and MRT systems, however, don’t yet cover the whole city, particularly riverside areas like the Khao San Road, so visitors wishing to explore these parts of Bangkok will need to use other forms of public transport such as canal and river boats, bus services, and meter taxis.

Phadung Krung Kasem canal in Bangkok
Phadung Krung Kasem canal in Bangkok

In terms of the areas which foreign visitors like to stay in Bangkok the four most popular are:

  • Sukhumvit: This is the long Sukhumvit Road in Central Bangkok to the east of Siam Square, and the many side street leading off it. This is a more modern part of the city with lots of hotels, restaurants and bars catering to foreign visitors, many of which are in the middle to upper price range.
  • Silom: This area is near to the Silom Road to the south of Siam Square in Central Bangkok. This is Bangkok’s financial district and although in many respects similar to the Sukhumvit area, it’s less tourist oriented and better value for money with more shopping outlets. Many of the city’s best restaurants and hotels are located in this area.
  • China Town: Located to the west of Siam Square, closer to the Chao Phraya River, and near Hua Lamphong Railway Station. This is a busy and exciting part of the city with crowded markets and fewer modern buildings. This part of the city is much less focused on catering to foreign visitors, and the hotels in China Town whilst cheap tend to have small rooms and few on site facilities as space is at a premium in this area. Many of the city’s most famous attractions are either in China Town or walking distance from it.
  • Khao San: This is the area around the infamous Khao San Road to the west of Siam Square and north of China Town. Khao San is where backpackers have traditionally chosen to stay in Bangkok. Although accommodation in the area isn’t as cheap as it used to be, and more expensive branded bars and food outlets have moved into the area, this part of Bangkok is still very popular with younger visitors with lower budgets.

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