By bus it takes 10 hours 15 minutes to travel 528 km from Phitsanulok to Bueng Kan.
Bus Timetable: Phitsanulok to Bueng Kan
Click on the ‘Phitsanulok – Bueng Kan’ link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Phitsanulok - Bueng Kan ฿ 581 10h 15m|
Bus Stop in Phitsanulok
Bus services to Bueng Kan depart from Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 2, Samo Khae, Mueang Phitsanulok District, Phitsanulok 65000.
Arrival in Bueng Kan
Bus services from Phitsanulok terminate at Bueng Kan Bus Station, Mueang Bueng Kan District, Bueng Kan 38000.
About Bueng Kan
Bueng Kan Province is located in the far north-eastern corner of Thailand where the Mekong River forms a natural border to the neighbouring country of Laos. Bueng Kan Province is one of the lesser populated and lesser visited parts of Thailand with a few very interesting tourist attraction. Bueng Kan is one of those places in Thailand which gets lots of Thai visitors but very few foreign visitors. which for some people will add to the appeal of a visit to the region.
The most famous attraction in Bueng Kan Province is Phu Tok, which means isolated mountain. Phu Tok is in fact two steep sided sandstone hills. On one the hills there is a temple, Wat Phu Tok. The monks at the temple have built a series of wooden stairs and walkways around the hill with 7 levels representing the 7 stages on the path to enlightenment in Buddhist theology. The main attractions of a visit to Phu Tok are the views over the otherwise flat landscape featuring inland lakes and forests, the vertiginous and rickety walkways clinging to the side of steep cliff, and the shrines set within caves on the side of the hill. Other attractions in the province include its many waterfalls, such as Tad Kinnaree Waterfall, where waterfalls flow into large pools formed in the sandstone rock below. Bueng Kan Province also has a large marshland area called Nong Kut Ting which is home to wide variety fish, plants and bird species and considered to be a site of special scientific and ecological importance because many rare species live there.