The journey by bus from Phattalung to Bangkok is scheduled to take 12 hours 30 minutes.
Bus Timetable: Phattalung to Bangkok
Click on the Phattalung – Bangkok link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Phatthalung - Bangkok ฿ 688–1,062 12h 30m|
Bus Stop in Phattalung
Bus services to Bangkok depart from a bus stop on the Rames Road in Phatthalung town centre.
Arrival in Bangkok
Bus services from Phattalung arrive in Bangkok at the Southern Bus Terminal, 8 Borommaratchachonnani Rd, Chim Phli, Taling Chan, Bangkok 10170.
About Bangkok Railway Station
Bangkok Railway Station, known locally as Hua Lamphong Railway Station, is housed within a historic building located on the edge of Bangkok’s China Town district. The station was completed in 1916 and still contains a large number of its original features. The most striking feature of the station is the beige and white grand facade at the front of the station. The architect was Italian national Mario Tamagno and the style of architecture is generally classed as Neo-Renaissance.
Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station is the terminus of the four main intercity train lines in Thailand. It is, however, a relatively small train station compared to KL Sentral Station in Malaysia or the Ga Ha Noi in Vietnam with only 12 platforms handling around 130 departing trains per day. Bangkok Railway Station is not particularly well integrated with suburban transport systems in Bangkok either. For these reasons a new main terminus, called Bang Sue Central, is currently construction which at some point in the future will take place of Hua Lamphong as the most important train station in Thailand. The future of Hua Lamphong Railway Station is uncertain. State Railways of Thailand initially said it would become a museum and later made a different statement that it would carry on as a passenger terminal handling a smaller number of trains. Either way, if you haven’t yet been to Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station you really should go there a take train because this is an experience that may no longer be on offer once the new train station is operational.