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Travel by train from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok

Thai trains are rarely on time. They usually leave on time from the line departure city and always accumulate a more or less important delay. Train is the cheapest transportation in Thailand. You can book your tickets in advance online (you can BOOK TICKETS HERE ). For sleepers in overnight trains, it is strongly advised to book at least 8 days in advance. For 3rd class tickets is not necessary to book in advance but know that you will not get a specific seat and depending of the passengers number you may not be sitting. But traveling in third class in Thai trains is an experience to live for its atmosphere. Have a nice trip from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok !

More information about trains in Thailand
Trains hotline : 1690 (only from Thailand)

Schedule of trains from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok

  --> Etape 1: Kuala Lumpur - Bangkok

 Departure Depart. time Arrival Arriv. time Train n°

  --> Etape 2: Bangkok - Bangkok

 Departure Depart. time Arrival Arriv. time Train n°
   Station Bangkok

Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station
Phra Rama IV
Tel: 02 222 0175
Don Muang Train Station
Si Kan, Don Mueang
Tel: 02 566 2957
Lak Si Train Station
Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si
Tel: 02 573 1394
Bang Sue Train Station
10800 Bangkok
Tel: 02 587 4613
Thon Buri Train Station
Siri Rat, Bangkok Noi
Tel: 02 222 0175

If you are outside Thailand, you have to dial 0066 followed by the phone number indicated (without first zero).

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Railway company in Thailand
State Railway of Thailand 222 0175 ou 02 621 87011690

If you are outside Thailand, you have to dial 0066 followed by the phone number indicated (without first zero). Hotlines when they exist can only be called from Thailand.