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Bangkok to Phitsanulok

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2 ways to get from Bangkok to Phitsanulok

Taking a Train from Bangkok to PhitsanulokDuration: 6h
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The cheapest and most convenient way to get from Bangkok to Phitsanulok is by taking a train. You’ll have the option to have your own private cabin or a cheaper yet comfortable second class sleeper. You will get seats during the day and at night they get converted into a modestly comfortable bed complete with blankets and a pillow. This will also save you an overnight accommodation expense if you take the night train.

  • Pros
    • Overnight accommodation replacement
    • A/C, bathroom, blanket included
    • Clean accommodations
    • Great value
  • Cons
    • High demand: quick to overbook
    • Long journey
    • Possible confusing train terminal arrangement
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Taking a Flight from Bangkok to PhitsanulokDuration: 1h
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If time is of the essence, the fastest way to get from Bangkok to Phitsanulok by flying. There are many departures from Bangkok during the day and it only takes about an hour of travel. This will give you enough time to visit and see most of what Phitsanulok has to offer.

  • Pros
    • Fast
    • Multiple departure times
    • Departure/arrival: central location
  • Cons
    • Pricey
    • Few departure times
    • Fees for additional/oversized luggage
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Bookaway's customers prefer Second Class Seat Train by Thai Railway

Economy Flight by Nok Air which usually takes 1h

TRAINThai Railway

FLIGHTNok Air | Thai AirAsia | Thai Lion Air

319 Km (Air)

Second Class Seat Train by Thai Railway starting at US$11

Approximately, there are 14 departures each day.