Train 172 Timetable Thailand
Sungai Kolok to Bangkok

Train 172 operates on Thailand’s Southern Line from the border with Malaysia at Sungai Kolok to Bangkok.

This service is a Rapid overnight sleeper train and is a daily service.

Train 172 Schedule

StationDeparture time
Sungai Kolok11:30
Sungai Padi11:45
Cho Ai Rong12:05
Tanyong Mat12:19
Wat Chang Hai13:46
Na Pradu13:52
Hat Yai Junction15:39
Thung Song Junction19:27
Ban Song20:25
Na San20:44
Surat Thani (For Boats to Koh Samui / Koh Phangan)21:26
Tha Chana22:21
Lang Suan23:09
Chumphon (For Boats to Koh Tao)00:44
Bang Saphan Yai02:19
Prachuap Khiri Khan03:27
Wang Phong04:34
Hua Hin04:56
Ban Pong07:22
Nakhon Pathom07:44
Sala Ya08:14
Taling Chan Junction08:29
Bang Bamru08:34
Bang Sue Junction08:52
Sam Sen09:01

Seat Classes and Sleeping Berths Available on Train 172

Two types of beds / berths are available on this service :

  • 2nd Class Air-Conditioned Berths
  • 2nd Class Fan Berths
2nd Class Day / Night Seats2nd Class Day / Night Seats which convert to “Upper” and “Lower” beds

For short journeys and for the those on a tight budget, there are also :

  • 2nd Class Fan Seats
  • 3rd Class Fan Seats
2nd Class Seats2nd Class Seats
3rd Class Seats3rd Class Seats

Ticket Prices

For fares on this Rapid Train service to Bangkok, please see the following pages :

Sungai Kolok to Bangkok

Hat Yai to Bangkok

Surat Thani to Bangkok

Chumphon to Bangkok

Prachuap Khiri Khan to Bangkok

Hua Hin to Bangkok

Phetchaburi to Bangkok

For ticket prices for other destinations, please you the navigation bar on the left hand side of this page to find your particular route.

Bangkok Station Information :

If you are taking this train to Bangkok, there are a few stations where you may want to exit the train.

The main and final station is Bangkok’s main terminal at Hua Lamphong Station.

However, you may want to get off the train at either Sam Sen Station, if it is actually nearer to where you plan to stay in the city, or Bang Sue Junction, where you can connect with trains heading to the North and North-East, rather than travel all the way into the city.

Bang Sue is also fairly close to the Morchit bus station, where buses leave for the North of Thailand.

The schedule shown above was correct at the time of publication, but may have changed – Please contact the SRT (State Railway of Thailand) to confirm departure times before travelling.

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