WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT WAYS TO BOOK TRAIN TICKETS IN THAILAND?
Option 1:: Online Booking ( Currently only available from Bangkok ( Hua Lamphong ) and Chiang Mai Station
Hua Lamphong = Bangkok station
Ticket Colletction from the 12Go Asia collection office, on Hualamphong station concourse on one of the two 1st-floor rows of shops.
Please consider that especially in high season most seats are fully booked well in advance. Reservations are advised
and somewhat essential if traveling to very popular destinations like Chiang
Mai (Northern Thailand) or Surat Thani (Southern Beach access),
Especially for 'Sleeper Service' !
Reservations are also necessary during 'Peak Periods' like Public / National holidays (Chinese New Year or Songkram), Festivals, weekend travel (Friday-Monday) or even 'Commuter Rush Hour' (6-8 AM and 5-7 PM)...(Thai Holidays & Peak Travel Periods)
Bookings can be made in person at stations /booking agencies or on the phone via the central No.
1690 (within Thailand) or
Advance Booking Office,
International Calls: + 66 2 223 3762 and ........
The SRT has tried to make 'Advance Booking' as easy as possible especially for popular destinations and busy periods. In fact, you can book tickets up to 60 days ahead at stations, and up to 30 days ahead online. It's recommended to book as far in advance as possible for these 'Popular Routes' or during these 'Peak Periods'. You should book at least a week ahead for 'Popular Routes' leaving from Bangkok, such as Chiang Mai or Surat Thani, at any time of year, especially for 'sSleeper Services'.
For less-popular routes (to Thailand's Northeast), you only need to book a
few days ahead. In major Thai Railways Stations like Bangkok's Hualamphong and Don Muang Stations, you can book tickets for travel between any stations
in Thailand (not just from where you book the ticket).
You can book train tickets in Thailand four ways:
In-person at the train stations
In-person with a travel agency
Over the telephone, by fax (-- COMING SOON --)
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