Uttaradit Train Station is located 485.17 km from Bangkok on Thailand’s Northern Train Line, which terminates in Chiang Mai.
Uttradit Railway Station is a city centre station located near the Nan River and 2.35 km to the south of Sila At Railway Station.
Uttaradit Train Station
Uttaradit is one of Thailand’s ugliest train station having being rebuilt in 1951 after being hit by a bomb in World War II. The ticket hall is located at the bottom of a low rise concrete office block. The original station building was constructed in 1910 in modernist architectural style with a tower.
Uttaradit Railway Station has 2 platforms, 9 tracks and 16 trains passing through every day:
- 5 trains a day running each way on the Bangkok to Chiang Mai route.
- 1 train a day running each way on the Nakhon Sawan to Chiang Mai route.
- 1 train a day running each way on the Bangkok to Sawankhalok/Sila At route.
- 1 train a day running each way on the Sila At to Phitsanulok route.
Facilities at Uttaradit Station
Uttaradit Railway Station has a shop inside the ticket hall and toilets on platform 1. There is no left luggage office at Uttaradit Railway Station, largely because very few tourists ever come to Uttaradit.
For more facilities we recommend that you walk south east towards the Boroma At Road. The Friday Department Store is a 1 km walk from Uttaradit Railway Station.
Buying Tickets at the Station
The ticket office is located on the right hand side as you enter the station via the main entrance.
The ticket office is normally open to sell tickets for all train departures from Uttaradit which means it opens from around 02:30 until 22:30 every day. You can generally buy 3rd class tickets on the same day as you travel. For 2nd or 1st class tickets, particularly sleeper berths, we recommend that you buy your tickets a day or more in advance.
Local Transport at Uttaradit Station
Motorbike taxis wait in front of the entrance to Uttaradit Railway Station at times when trains arrive. Expect to pay 40 THB for trips within Uttaradit town centre, including to Uttaradit Bus Terminal. The return journey to Wat Phra Thaen Sila At should cost around 140 THB.
Train Times to Bangkok
There are 8 direct train services a day from Uttaradit to Bangkok.
Train Times to Chiang Mai
There are 5 direct train services a day from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai.
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