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Not only is this station very photogenic but it's a railway station that is still operating. It's full of life and culture and it's definitely worth visiting! We've spent about an hour there just enjoying ourselves, snapping some shots, and watching the daily life of...More
This is a time capsule of a place which has connections with the Thai royal family.
You can get a train to Bangkok but it takes about 4 hours. A walk along the platform gives you an enjoyable insight into how things used to be.
Walked from Buffalo Tavern one day to markets and ended up at railway station and found a small bar / restaurant not far away but i can't think of name but having a bite and beer then all of a sudden the daily train arrive's...More
The station itself is a nice spot and attractively put together. Unfortunately the train schedule is a bit limited (yes it's not the fault of the station, but the rail operators aren't on trip advisor)
weather was bad when we were there but still manage to get a couple of pictures before heavy rain start pouring down. unfortunately for me, the train arrive when it was raining heavily and not able to take any pictures. visit the train library situated...More
Nice historic railway station, but its nothing much unless you are into historical architecture. There was a train at the station when we were there. A local couple was doing their pre wedding shoot too. Basically we just took some photos with the train &...More
The train journey will take approximately 4 hours by express train depending on the day. If you get the slow train it stops at every station so best avoided if you can. Best to book your tickets in advance to be sure of... More
The train journey will take approximately 4 hours by express train depending on the day. If you get the slow train it stops at every station so best avoided if you can. Best to book your tickets in advance to be sure of getting a seat this applies to express train. The cost for the express when we went this year was approximately 300 Baht (£6.00) slow train is 30 Baht (70p!!) You need to go to the Hau Lanmplong Station in Bangkok. I think they run once in morning and once in afternoon but not sure on that, Hope this helps