Bus times from Loei to Phitsanulok

The journey by bus from Loei to Phitsanulok is scheduled to take 4 hours 25 minutes. There are no air or rail links between Loei and Phitsanulok, so bus or taxi are the only public transport options for travelling direct from Loei to Phitsanulok.

Bus Timetable from Loei to Phitsanulok

Click on the Loei – Phitsanulok link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.

Loei - Phitsanulok ฿ 298 2h 30m – 4h 45m
  •   Express 00:45, 01:15, 21:30, 22:30, 23:00, 23:45

Bus Stop in Loei

Bus services to Phitsanulok depart from Loei Bus Terminal, Kut Pong, Mueang Loei District, Loei 42000.

Google Map of Loei Bus Terminal

Arrival in Phitsanulok

Bus services from Loei terminate at Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 2, Samo Khae, Mueang Phitsanulok District, Phitsanulok 65000.

Google Map of Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 2

About Phitsanulok

Phitsanulok gets few foreign visitors except for people leaving the railway network in Phitsanulok to transfer to a bus service to Sukhothai. There are, however, two attractions in Phitsanulok town that are worth staying overnight in the town to see. The most significant visitor attraction in Phitsanulok is Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat, which is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Thailand attracting large numbers of Thai visitors.

What makes Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat so important is that it hosts the Phra Phuttha Chinnarat statue, which is considered by many to be the most beautiful Buddha statue in Thailand and it resides within a very ornate shrine hall which is worth seeing in its own right.

Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in Phitsanulok
Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in Phitsanulok

The other tourist attraction in Phitsanulok which we recommend visiting is Wat Wihan Thong. Wat Wihan Thong is a ruined temple dating back to the 14th or 15th Century located in the grounds of the Chan Palace. The Chan Palace is a famous historical location because it was the birth place of the legendary King Naresuan the Great.

Wat Wihan Thong was most likely a royal temple because of its proximity to the Chan Palace and more than likely as a boy King Naresuan would have worshipped there.

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