Train times from Phitsanulok to Bangkok

The journey by train from Phitsanulok to Bangkok is scheduled to from 4 hours 41 minutes to 8 hours 00 minutes, depending upon which train you take.

Train Timetable: Phitsanulok to Bangkok

Phitsanulok - Bangkok ฿ 226–982 3h 56m – 7h
  •   2nd Class Sleeper AC 00:01, 00:50, 22:09, 23:01
  •   2nd Class AC seats only 14:44
  •   2nd Class Fan seats only 00:01, 10:03, 13:18, 22:09, 23:01
  •   Class 3 Fan 00:01, 10:03, 13:18, 22:09, 23:01

Phitsanulok Railway Station

Phitsanulok Railway Station is located at Nai Mueang, Mueang Phitsanulok District, Phitsanulok 65000.

Google Map of Phitsanulok Railway Station

Bangkok Railway Station

The final stop for trains from Phitsanulok to Bangkok is Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal.

Google Map of Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal

Lumphini Park in Bangkok

Lumphini Park is the largest park in Bangkok covering an area of around 570,000 square metres, and the most interesting. Lumphini Park is located near to the central business district of Bangkok, hemmed in on all four sides by major city centre roads. Lumphimi Park is very central and easy to get to from Silom MRT station and Sala Daeng BTS station, and it’s also a short distance by taxi from the lower Sukhumvit Road and Siam Square. This central location means the park is very well used during opening hours, from 04:30 to 21:00, and slightly less busy thereafter when many of the city’s homeless people attempt to jump over the high fence to get into the park to sleep there.

Lumphini Park in Bangkok
Lumphini Park in Bangkok

Lumphini Park was established in the 1920s on land gifted by King Rama VI. The area in which the park was located was more rural at that time and the financial district nearby only emerged decades later. The park is somewhere where the municipal authorities and charitable organisations provide free services and activities for residents of Bangkok. The park has a public library, a free weights gym, educational centres, a day centre for homeless children and a boating lake, along with a range of other amenities. Smoking and drinking are banned within the park, but bringing a karaoke machines and singing loudly are not. The park gets busiest when the weather is coolest, in the mornings and evenings, and at those time people travel to the park in significant numbers to participate in group aerobics and other sporting activities. Lumphini Park isn’t a tourist attraction as such but it is somewhere to go and witness a slice of the daily life of the residents of Bangkok.

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