Bus, train ticket from Bangkok to Sisaket May 9, 2016
include taxes and fees
From Bangkok to Sisaket by train
include taxes and fees
From Bangkok to Sisaket by bus
Hua Lamphong train Station
To get to this station the easiest way is to take the MRT subway to Hua Lamphong. It's the last station down the line (opposite to Bang Sue).
Once you arrive just follow the signs to the railway station. It is about 5 minutes walk underground and you will get back to the surface right in front of the station.
- From Khao San Road or the Southern Bus Terminal you need to take a taxi.
- From Mo Chit Bus Terminal you should take a taxi to the MRT station Khamphaeng Phet
- From Ekkamai Bus Terminal you can take BTS Skytrain to Sukhumvit, then change to MRT. 40 min.
- From Don Mueang Airport the easiest way is to take a taxi. Mind the tolls.
- From Suvarnabhum Airport you can take the Airport Link to Petchaburi station, then walk a few minutes to MRT. Takes 1-1.5 hr.
You can search Bangkok MRT, BTS and Airport Link connections in 12Go system, with fares and times.
Hua Lamphong Station is also a walk away to Bangkok's Chinatown. Around Yaowarat Road you will see many shops that sell almost everything.
Hua Lamphong station or more familiar as Bangkok Railway Station to foreigners, is the main railway station in Thailand. It was first opened on June 25, 1916 after six years of construction and was built in an Italian Neo-Renaissance inspired architecture.
The Station is mother to Thailand's four railway lines: Northern, Northeastern, Southern, Eastern. The establishment has 14 platforms, 26 ticket booths and serves over 130 trains each day.
Mind the "helpers" without uniform trying to "help" you find a hotel. However station staff is very helpful. There are no lounges inside but the air is usually fresh enough and food is abundant so just grab a coffee while you waiting. Backside from the station there are a few massage salons and internet cafes, well, just like anywhere else.
Please keep in mind that trains in Thailand are subjects to delays. Really. If you plan a connecting train+bus or ferry - allow some time for the train being late.
You can choose from
- 1st class VIP (that will normally be a compartment)
- 2nd class aircon (very cold! but they give blankets and fresh linen)
- 2nd non-aircon (same, but fans instead of aircons - 12go choice!)
- 3rd class aircon (don't. seriously, don't. you will turn into a icicle)
- 3rd class nonaircon (take the bus instead. only plus is that you can walk).
Best resource on train in Thailand is Mark Smith, the guy at the seat 61.
12Go suggestion: take the train if you can book in advance. You will be able to sleep and have great experience of good old 70's. But please do keep in mind that we book train berths manually for you, unlike buses, so allow us and yourself some space for changes. Like, if you must catch the flight from the destination - take the bus.
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Morchit Bus Station
Morchit Bus Terminal Bangkok is the gateway to Northern Thailand and its largest city, Chiang Mai. The complex also serves several northeastern and northwestern destinations and a few routes to southern resort destinations including Phuket and Koh Samui. Located north of downtown close by Chatuchak Market, the recently-built complex is Bangkok’s largest hub for bus transportation, offering comprehensive city bus routes in addition to long distance trips.
From Morchit Bus Terminal, air-conditioned buses run to Chiang Mai around the clock, taking an average of nine hours at a cost of between 469 baht and 907 baht for the VIP service. Pre-booking online is recommended due to high demand, especially in the high season between November and February and on public holidays. The service continues on to Chiang Rai in the far north, adding up to four hours’ travel time and costing around 100 baht more.
Other northern long-distance routes from Morchit Terminal 1 include Bangkok to Uttaradit, Khon Kaen, Phitsanulok, Lampang and Lamphun, Phrae, Chiang Saen and the Golden Triangle and Nan. Buses run to the northeastern cities of Surin, Ubon Ratchathani, Roi Et, Nong Kai, Si Saket and Buriram. Morchit’s Terminal 2 serves southerly beach destinations such as Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket and Hat Yai, with all except Pattaya some 12 hours by VIP bus from Bangkok.
The new, air-conditioned complex offers comfortable seating, food courts and stalls selling snacks and drinks. Ground floor ticket offices serve the northern region, with the two upper floors taking care of the rest of the long-distance routes. The complex is easily accessible via the Skytrain to Morchit station followed by a 10-minute taxi ride.
For arrivals, there’s a wide choice of public buses heading to all districts including the downtown areas home to the majority of Bangkok hotels and guesthouses. Alternatives include motorcycle taxis and tuk-tuks as well as metered taxis for those with considerable amounts of luggage.
Si Sa Ket train Station
Si Sa Ket train station lies within the Northeastern line that originates in Bangkok and terminates in Udon Thani Province. Passengers can find regular trips to Si Sa Ket in both Hua Lamphong and Bang sue stations at a distance of about 515 kilometers.
From Si Sa Ket station, there are several 3rd class trains that transport passengers back and forth Esarn(North Eastern Thailand)free of charge for Thais and otherwise for foreigners.
Si Sa Ket Province is just across the border of Thai and Cambodia.
Sisaket Bus Station
Located in the far northeast of Thailand, Sisaket is a small, modern city set close to the Cambodian border. It’s popular as the gateway to the ancient Preah Vihear clifftop temple just inside Cambodia as well as for visits to other Khmer heritage sites.
Travellers from Bangkok can use the air-conditioned eight-hour bus trip from the capital’s Mochit 2 Bus Terminal to the local bus station and take a metered taxi to their hotel. Sisaket’s bus station is close by the rail terminal with its express and fast services from Bangkok’s main Hua Lumphong station. Getting around is by samlor, motorbike taxi or metered taxis, as there are no tuk-tuks in the city.
Book Tickets from Bangkok to Sisaket Online
Where do you book tickets Bangkok - Sisaket? How long is the Bangkok - Sisaket route? It takes on average 9h 20m by train, Bus, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 447 km. Having 10 departures to Sisaket, 12go gives a choice of 3 operators for Bangkok - Sisaket route. Earliest departure goes at 07:00, while the latest is 21:15 local Thailand time.
Operators serving the route Bangkok - Sisaket are Thai Railways, Lotus Phibun Tour, Rung Prasert. Cheap ticket for Bangkok - Sisaket by Bus is ฿ 418 (US$ 11.9) by Lotus Phibun Tour (9h 10m), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 941 (US$ 26.8) by Thai Railways which takes 9h 50m on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).
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