Is there a train from Bangkok to Vientiane?

Is there a train from Bangkok to Vientiane?

It’s easy to travel from Bangkok to Vientiane (or vice versa) by train, using the daily overnight sleeper train direct from Bangkok to Nong Khai and a special connecting international shuttle train from Nong Khai to the new international rail terminal at Thanaleng in Laos, 13 km outside Vientiane.

How do I get from Laos to Bangkok?

The best way to get from Bangkok to Laos is to fly which takes 4h 1m and costs ฿1000 – ฿4100. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs ฿460 – ฿1100 and takes 8h 52m, you could also train, which costs ฿190 – ฿1500 and takes 9h 28m.

How do I get from Laos to Thailand?

There are direct flights from Bangkok to the main airports in Laos: Vientiane Wattay Airport and Luang Prabang Airport, both accept the Laos eVisa. Airlines offering these routes include Thai AirAsia, Lao Airlines, Thai Airways, and Thai Smile. The plane journey from Thailand to Laos takes just over an hour.

Are trains running in Bangkok?

Northbound Southern Line Train Services Only 3 long distance services travelling from the South of Thailand to Bangkok are now operating. All travel via Surat Thani, Chumphon and Hua Hin.

Is there a train from Bangkok to Siem Reap?

1 Bangkok (Thailand) – Siem Reap (Cambodia) There is no passenger train connection between these two countries. There are daily direct bus connections from Bangkok (Thailand) to Siem Reap (Cambodia) with a journey time of about 9 hours.

Is Laos cheaper than Thailand?

Thailand is 5.2% cheaper than Laos.

Is there a train from Thailand to Laos?

Trains from Thailand to Laos (Nong Khai to Thanaleng Train Schedule) There are only two trains a day in both directions that operate between Thailand’s Nong Khai station and Thanaleng station and the cost is 20 Baht each way.

Can we go to Thailand by train?

While international train travel options are limited, travelling within Thailand by train is a safe, economical and excellent way to see the country. In fact, trains are the best way to travel between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Phuket, Koh Samui or Krabi.

Can you travel by train in Thailand?

Trains in Thailand offer various classes of travel. Third-class travel is only suitable for short local journeys due to the thinly padded wooden bench seats, which the fortunate may secure. The majority of third-class passengers have to stand for the journey in crowded conditions, making the bus a better option.

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