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From Hua Lamphong to Vientiane by train+train+van joint ticket

Bangkok to Vientiane
20:00
Hua Lamphong, Bangkok
06:45
Nong Khai
10h 45m
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Bangkok to Vientiane
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Nong Khai
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From Khaosan Tara Travel to Vientiane by bus

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11:00
Vientiane
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How to get from Bangkok to Vientiane

After the bustling capital of Thailand with it proud high rises piercing the skies, modern skytrain whisking passengers around the city above the ground and busy world-class shopping centres, Vientiane may feel too sleepy, too low-storied, too rustic and too simple. And in some way it is. But if you stop comparing Vientiane to Bangkok, you will discover tons of charm in the wide leafy boulevards and elaborately decorated historical wats and enjoy simple Lao pleasures – from spicy laap salad and ice-cold beer Lao to the measured pace of local life. The mighty Mekong adds to the meditative mood, and the amazing sunsets over the river never fail to impress.

From Bangkok to Vientiane

The road distance from Bangkok to Vientiane is 650 km and you need at least 10 hours to get to Laos, including the time you send at the border. Nong Khai–Vientiane border crossing is most probably the busiest one among all the other land border crossings between Thailand and Laos. That said, queues are normally reasonable and you are not pushed too much to pay extra for your Lao visa if you need one.

Flights from Bangkok to Vientiane

There are direct flights between both Bangkok airports and Vientiane, all taking 1¼ hours. The cheapest deals are often offered by AirAsia which uses Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok as their hub. Normally you can get tickets for THB2000, less if you buy in advance during promotion periods. If you prefer to fly from Suvarnabhumi, consider Lao Airlines, which is more expensive (THB3500 and up), but includes 20 kg of checked luggage into their ticket price. Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways also operate their flights from Suvarnabhumi.

In Vientiane the International Airport Wattay is located 3 km northwest of the centre. The terminal building has been given a facelift recently and now features ATMs, currency exchange counters, several snacks outlets, restaurants and the information counter. You can get an official taxi to the centre of Vientiane right at the airport in the arrivals hall. The rate is flat and is USD7. A budget option is to get out of the terminal building and walk to the main road (about 500 m) where you can negotiate a ride with tuk-tuk drivers (normally at half of the taxi price) or hop onto a local bus which costs 4000 kip (USD0.5).

Tip A decent alternative to taking a direct flight from Bangkok to Vientiane is heading from Bangkok to Udon Thani instead. This domestic flight costs less and you have a wider choice of departures throughout the day with AirAsia, Lion Air or Nok Air. From Udon Thani airport you can take a bus to get to the city bus station and take the direct international bus to Vientiane from there. The international service departs eight times a day from 8am till 6pm and costs THB80. There is also van service to Vientiane from Udon Thani airport (THB200). In total it is 80 km from Udon Thani to Vientiane; expect to spend from two to three hours to get to Laos, including the time you spend at the border.

Note If taking the international bus/van from Udon Thani to Vientiane you may be rejected the ride if you do not have your Lao visa yet and are going to get one at the border. The only reason for rejection is that the bus drivers do not want to wait for the passengers obtaining their visas at the border. In this case ask for the transport to the Thai border – once at the Lao side of the border, you can then take a tuk-tuk to your destination.

Direct bus from Bangkok to Vientiane

There is direct international bus service from Bangkok to Vientiane. The service is operated by Transport Co Intl based at Morchit Bus Terminal in Bangkok. The bus departs daily at 8pm from and reaches Talat Sao bus station in Vientiane by 7am the next morning. If you are heading to the Thai consulate in Vientiane to apply for your Thai visa, this bus is a sure bet to get to the consulate in time. Tickets cost THB1000 which is in fact approximately one third more than you would spend if taking a bus to Nong Khai and then catching the international bus to Vientiane from Nong Khai bus station.

Note that there are only six buses a day from Nong Khai to Vientiane with rather an inconvenient gap in schedule between 9.30am and 12.40pm.

The bus from Bangkok to Vientiane is an ordinary VIP bus with four seats per row. Some of the buses serving the route do look rather tired; so do not expect extra comfort. There are several bathroom stops en route at large gas stations with food courts and/or convenience stores to stock up on munchies. Snacks and water are served on board along with late dinner in the form of a lunch box containing some rice and curry. In general, taking the direct international bus from Bangkok to Vientiane is a convenient and hassle free way to get to the capital of Laos.

From Bangkok to Vientiane via Nong Khai

Nong Khai makes for a convenient transit point for travelling to Vientiane overland. In Bangkok, buses for Nong Khai depart all day through from the northern bus terminal, Morchit, and arrive to Nong Khai bus station, the majority of them taking from nine to 10 hours (THB500-THB600).

From Nong Khai bus station take the international bus to Vientiane (7.30am, 9.30am, 12.40pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm. 6pm; THB60; buy tickets on the spot) or get a tuk-tuk to the border (THB60), then hop onto the shuttle bus over the bridge to the other side of the border (THB50) and negotiate a tuk-tuk ride to Vientiane from there (from THB100).

Nong Khai sits at the end of the Northeastern Line of Thai railway network and it is a good point to get there by train. The most convenient option is arguably train #69 departing from Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok at 8pm and reaching Nong Khai at 6.45am the next morning. It offers first (THB1500) and second class (THB1000) sleepers (ladies only as well) which are a great way to travel.

From Nong Khai train station you can either take a shuttle train to Tha Nalaeng train station in Laos or walk to the border, exit Thailand, get onto the shuttle bus running over the bridge to the Lao side, get your Lao visa (if you need one), enter Laos and enjoy a hearty welcome from numerous tuk-tuk drivers offering reasonable prices for a 20 km ride to Vientiane (from THB60 per person or THB200 for the whole vehicle). Taking a shuttle train to Tha Nalaeng is less preferable as you will have then get from Tha Nalaeng to Vientiane, with the transportation options limited to few tuk-tuk drivers who do not know what modesty is about!

Getting your Lao visa on arrival

If you need a visa to enter Laos, you can get one on arrival in Vientiane airport, at the immigration offices on the Lao side of Nong Khai–Vientiane border or at the train station of Tha Nalaeng.

The majority of the nationalities can obtain a 30-day tourist visa on arrival (check in advance). The visa fee varies depending on your country of residence but is USD30 for the majority of the countries. You can pay in Thai baht, too, but it will cost you a bit more (THB1500; ~USD45). Take a visa application form from the officer, fill it in, have 2 small photos to attach to your application (or pay a couple of bucks if you do not have pics) and get your Lao visa.

Getting around in Vientiane

Wide Vientiane boulevards and streets do not see as much traffic as other Asian capitals, and the flat terrain makes it possible to negotiate the city thanons by bicycle. These are available for rent in many guesthouses at about USD1 per day, though the quality of such bicycles leaves much to be desired.

Tuk-tuks are plentiful but those hanging around the night market close to Mekong do not fall below USD5 with their rates.

There are public buses in Vientiane (6,000 kip) and the most useful route is #14 from Talat Sao (Morning market) to the Friendship bridge and further to Buddha Park.

Things to do in Vientiane

Though at first sight Vientiane may look modest compared to the capitals of the neighbouring countries, it definitely has enough sights and activities to keep you busy at least for a couple of days. The city features quite a few interesting wats and stupas out of which try not to miss Wat Ho Phra Kaew, the 16th century temple which used to house the sacred Emerald Buddha image, now resident in Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok. Not less impressive is Wat Sisaket, the oldest monastery in Laos with great murals depicting scenes from Jataka. That Luang, one the most important religious monuments in the country, dates back to the 16th century as well, but was rebuilt in the middle of the past century; yet the shape of this stupa reminiscent of a lotus bud has been replicated in many wats throughout the country and in Thai region of Isan.

You will come across Patuxia and the black stupa more than once while taking a stroll around the city; the former has a nice park with a fountain and is especially pleasant at sunset. The weird Buddha Park located 25 km southeast of Vientiane is worth visiting, too, even if you have already seen the similar park in Nong Khai. The atmosphere there is serene and there are usually not too many visitors wandering between the stone images of Buddhist and Hindu deities.

Onward travel from Vientiane

The two star destinations in Laos easily reached from Vientiane are Luang Phabang, a rare gem of elegant French architecture, golden wats and traditional wooden houses, and Vang Vieng, a famous tubing capital of the country which now enjoys a much quieter vibe after all those bars along the river have been ordered to close. Out of international destinations you can get to overland, consider Hanoi, though a 22-hour bus ride is not the experience everyone is longing for.

Passenger reviews out of total 8,758 passengers who traveled with us on this route.

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
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Make your choice! Please remember that while we are closely monitoring the services, we are still an agency marketplace. That means we focus on ticketing services and route availability & coverage rather than on the factual seat reclining angle you will get on the bus today.

Jun 12, 2018
avia Economy, Thai AirAsia
★★★★★
No complaints, we arrived on time and safely! What else do you want!
Jun 9, 2018
bus Express, Tara Tour and Travel
★★★★★
Perfect Tara Tour and Travel Agency organised the drop out to the bus station with all instructions properly given. Travel was very nice and comfortable. Thank you
Jun 7, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Train was great, air conditioning a little cold but blankets are provided - train can move around a little to much to allow you to sleep
May 26, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Excellent love the new first class carriages.
May 24, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great trip in ladies' carriage... very happy with 12gobooking system and service!
May 16, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very good service all the way
May 12, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
VIP Sleeper was smooth and quiet - I believe this was one of the newer cars from China. High tech: Flat panel screens in compartment showed everything from trip progress to temperatures to the occupancy status of the two toilets, the urinal, and the shower at the end of the car. Bunks were very firm: good for people who like their mattresses that way but maybe just a bit hard for those who don't.
May 5, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The first class is excellent!!!
Apr 26, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great train! Very clean, comfortable and new.
Apr 18, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The train was spotlessly clean Staff were friendly and helpful Great coffee Sleep? Not so much !! I think sleeping on a train must take some getting used to !!
Apr 16, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Thanks to the staff at 12go.asia who did a fantastic job of making my journey from the airport to the train station to picking up my tickets absolutely seemless. Well done, gang! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend you to anyone else planning travel around Southeast Asia.
Apr 16, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great sleeper car, quietest train car in Asia, modern, cool A.C. Clean bathrooms and room
Apr 14, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The sleeper was very good with good service. However, the train was over 90 minutes late getting in to Nong Khai, which was not good.
Apr 7, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Perfect train!! Very clean and well organized. We where in women only (and children so bit noisy..). Only strong lights remain on all night..
Apr 2, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great clean train. Very comfortable. Fantastic service from 12GO
Apr 1, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Great service from 12 go. The train was excellent except it was too cold.
Apr 1, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The trip was great! Clean and comfortable facilities including the toilet. We were running late and the one who gave us the ticket gave it to the wrong customer, he was not happy that we were late though. Anyways, the booking was fast and easy.
Mar 31, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Exceptional comfort and service
Mar 31, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The train is quite comfortable, as soon As I wake up, 30 minutes left, I’ve reached my destination.
Mar 29, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The overnight train to Nong Khan was amazing! The staff were very friendly and helpful. The beds were very comfy and we arrived very refreshed! We would definitely recommend the train to anyone thinking about the trip.
Mar 27, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Clean and comfortable compartment. Toilets are clean as well and the staff is really friendly. I had a good night sleep. Highly recommend
Mar 20, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Great trip and very comfortable 1st class. Thanks also to 12GoAsia for the incredible efficiency and professionalism. Marc
Mar 19, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
+ Awesome sleeper train, very clean and the lady even sets up your bed. Restrooms are clean and there is toilet paper. - they didn't turn the lights off or dimmed them Would recommend this trip :)
Mar 16, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The operator is trustworthy and very helpful! Thank you
Mar 16, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
It was difficult to sleep because the lights stayed on all night. Last year I traveled in the older train, the lights were shut off and so it was easy to sleep. Had to fight to sleep and cover my eyes for darkness. Can't the company at least turn the lights off at 10:00 PM, so people can sleep in the dark, which is necessary for a healthy sleep.
Mar 2, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great easy process
Feb 24, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Nice carriage although for privacy I would recommend 1st class as we did. Facilities clean and journey trouble free.
Feb 21, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Easy to book and good instructions about how to collect tickets etc. It was the best overnight rail journey I’ve ever done.
Feb 16, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The train was in excellent condition, complete with adjustable aircon, a shower, comfortable bedding and food available. It ran on time and we were pleasantly surprised to be able to transfer to Vientiane very easily via Thanaleng.
Feb 15, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very clean and comfortable. Good service. Restaurant and bar service basically nonexistent! TOO BAD AS IT WAS VALENTINE ‘S DAY????
Feb 13, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great service from 12Go and the train was excellent. Admittedly we splashed out on 1st class...
Feb 12, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The train was much, much newer than the other trains I’ve taken in Thailand and it was a vast improvement!
Feb 10, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Carriage, bedding, loos and washing facilities all spotlessly clean, and train only 3minutes late into Nong Khai. Excellent service - does exactly as it should.
Feb 7, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Everything was going well
Feb 5, 2018
train #75 Class II AC, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
We bought railway tickets via 12asia, and discovered that the price were nearly 100% more than at the ticket office at the railway station. We will never use 12asia again. Hanne and Jens, Denmark
Feb 2, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
It worked out really well. The train staff were very professional and efficient. Security was good. I slept better than I expected. Only slight downside was that it got quite hot during the night - was the air-con turned off? We arrived late but in perfect time for the train across the Friendship bridge to Laos.
Jan 31, 2018
train #75 Class II AC, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
The trop was OK with comfortable seats (2nd class). We had no air conditioning (technical problem) and therefore had to travel with half open windows. Cosequently a noisy drive. The raiway company refunded a part of the ticket cost for the inconvenience. The absolute positive point is that Booking the tickets through 12GO is easy and very efficient. So wherever you go, choose 12GO !!
Jan 26, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
All worked well. Modern and spotlessly clean train. Good restaurant car. But sleeping was hard, beds short for me (180cm), and the journey was quite noisy. Great service from 12go and from Thai Railways staff. Easy crossing into Laos.
Jan 24, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Cabin too bright at night so hard to sleep.
Jan 23, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very professional and knowledgible team. Nothing was too much trouble when I had to change my booking details.
Jan 20, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
All services perfect... but the price (+45%). You should make an effort this way.
Jan 15, 2018
train #75 Class II AC, Thai Railways
★★★☆☆
The air conditioning was far, far too cold. Freezing!
Jan 15, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Perfectly shiny and clean private cabin with fresh linen and absolute privacy. Maybe I missed something due to language barrier because although I ordered food it never arrived. Nor was there wifi. But these were minor things compared to the overall luxury experience.
Jan 14, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Comfortable journey!
Jan 13, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Excellent organisation. Recommendable.
Jan 10, 2018
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Comfortable, modern train
Jan 9, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great setup. Made it to our destination safely. Thanks to the organizers.
Jan 6, 2018
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Great train but too cold
Jan 2, 2018
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Was fun!
Dec 31, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★☆☆☆
The border crossing at Laos was not clear, instead of staff with stickers we were met by a taxi driver and had to take a minivan into Vientiane without knowing where we were and not ever being directed to Naga travel.
Dec 26, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Super nice
Dec 23, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Amazing sleeper train. Very nice and certainly first class.
Dec 22, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Excellent service from the team - would highly recommend using them for your next trip!
Dec 21, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Train was modern and more or less on time :)
Dec 18, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
brand new train..very comfortable..and departure time very correct.
Dec 18, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
As a couple, we asked for lower berths directly across from each other - and that is what we got. Very clean and comfortable. Good thing that 12go sent follow up email or we wouldn’t have known that ticket pick up ends at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Dec 15, 2017
train #25 Class II Ladies Only, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Really convenient ! I bought the ticket online with 12Go. I went to the office to pick it up at noon .The 2nd class for women only compartment is very cosy. Sleepers are very large and comfortable. Left on time, arrived in Nong Khai at 7h. Smooth and cheap way to arrived in Laos - Vientiane.
Dec 15, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Ok
Dec 3, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Easy, Comfortable. On time. Though I do miss the rough and ready vibe of the old trains
Nov 19, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Everything was very smooth and professional.I would advice the agency to anyone!;) Just the ac in the train was pretty intense.
Nov 19, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Terrific service from 123 go tickets waiting for us no hassles even refunded some money they over charged me. Pity that Thai railways couldn't maintain this high standard of service as our train was almost 2 hours delayed I would recommend this company to any one
Nov 18, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very impressive first class sleeper compartments and on-time schedule.
Nov 18, 2017
train #77 Class II AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Train is not very clean. The light was left turned on the whole night.
Nov 14, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
It was our first time on a sleeper car, and it was a great experience! The tickets were very easy to pick up. The train was brand new, very comfortable, and service was great.
Nov 14, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very convenient ticket pick up.
Nov 13, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Excellent everything went very smooth Travelled in carriage for Ladies nice and quiet Very clean train Can easily recommend 12go super service
Nov 9, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
Lovely room, great to sit and relax and be to ourselves. Would have been 5 stars but the aircon is too cold and can't be changed...
Nov 6, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Everything perfect ! Thanks a lot :-)
Nov 3, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very comfortable
Oct 29, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very comfortable train good information
Oct 27, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The tickets were Good arranged by 12go. We had one bed above the other one and got 100B in return due to the lower price of the upper bed. Did Not get a lot of sleep due to the many stops en shaking of the train.
Oct 25, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Very good service will use again
Oct 21, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
The owner and the staff were very accommodating and pleasant. Moreover, they're very helpful with the other things you may need for travel.
Oct 21, 2017
train #25 Class II Sleeper AC, Thai Railways
★★★★★
it was so comfortable sleeping train.
Oct 18, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★☆
The state of the room was far better than anticipated. It was simply lovely to sit and watch the city then countryside passing by. The screen seemed to be a bit of a waste of time and, apart from GPS, the buttons didn't seem to do anything-we weren't there to watch a screen anyway, so it didn't matter. The friendly and professional woman at 12Go spoke excellent English and provided honest information about markets in the area. She advised the food on the train was pretty average so we bought snacks with us.
Oct 17, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Highly recommended if you don’t want to waste time getting to Nong Khai. The 1st class sleeper train is worth it if you want some privacy. The shower room and restrooms are shared and they are very clean. The attendant will set up the beds for you.
Oct 13, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Getting the tickets were easy, staff was very accommodating and spoke very good english!
Oct 13, 2017
train #25 VIP Sleeper, Thai Railways
★★★★★
Great experience traveling from Bangkok to Nong Khai. Clean and comfortable car. Great service from staff.