Trains from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai

By train the journey from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai is scheduled to take from 5 to 6 hours depending upon which train you take.

Train Times from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai


There are 4 direct train services a day from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai.

TrainUttaraditChiang MaiService
1303:0808:40Special Express
5106:0612:10Express
714:2719:30Special Express
10922:2304:05Rapid
  • The fastest train from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai is Train #7 departing from Uttaradit at 14:27 and scheduled to complete the journey in 5 hours 03 minutes.
  • The slowest train from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai is Train #51 which departs at 06:06 and is scheduled to arrive in Chiang Mai 6 hours 04 minutes later.

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Location of Uttaradit Railway Station


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Location of Chiang Mai Railway Station


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About Travel to Chiang Mai


Chiang Mai is generally considered the capital of Thailand’s Northern Region. There are over 1 million people living in the Greater Chiang Mai area making it one of Thailand’s second largest cities. Chiang Mai, however, manages to retain more of a small town feel to it and that’s one of the attractions of the city to visitors.

Chiang Mai Old Town

Chiang Mai was founded in 1296. The city was original confined within a square approximately 1.5 km long and wide, surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall. The defensive wall has largely disappeared, but moats still surround an area which is now referred to as the Old Town which is the most popular part of the city for visitors.

Staying in the Old Town

Chiang Mai Old Town has a wide variety of types of accommodation, much of which is very cheap. The area also has many inexpensive restaurants, food stalls and popular bars. Lots of younger travellers choose to stay in the Old Town area of Chiang Mai for these reasons.

Temples in the Old Town

The other advantage of staying in the Old Town is that you are within walking distance of several very interesting temples. Two of the three most popular of the temples, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang are near the centre of Old Town. Wat Lok Moli, which is the third of the three most popular temples, is located just beyond the edge of the Old Town.

Wat Chiang Man in Chiang Mai
Wat Chiang Man in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Riverside

Located between Chiang Mai Railway Station and Chiang Mai Old Town, the riverside area of the city is also very popular with visitors, particularly those wanting to stay in either a larger more luxurious hotel or at a small quieter resort on the Ping River. The riverside area encompasses a large area on both banks of the river, however, the central point is the popular Chan Klang Road.

Chan Klang Road

The Chan Klang Road gets very busy in the evenings. It’s a good place to go out for a drink and meal in the evening, particularly for families and older visitors. As well as plenty of restaurants and bars, there are several night markets on the Chan Klang Road.

Night Markets

Chaing Mai’s night markets are as much about food, drink and entertainment as they are about buying souvenirs. Most of the markets stage live singing and dancing in the evenings during the tourist season, and they all have market stall type restaurants with seating and table service which is a popular option for visitors wanting to eat seafood.

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