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1/1 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 7, Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand
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hualamphong train station - ticket office

by AnnabelleW

Hi everyone,

I'm flying to Bangkok on Friday and hoping to get the train from Hualamphong Station to Chumphon at 22.50 - does anyone know if the ticket office will be open for me to buy a ticket around 9-10pm??

Thanks!

Re: hualamphong train station - ticket office

by melek02

yes it will be open until the last train will depart in the evening, but tickets are not always available at the date of departure in high season.
Also I believe you can try to book your tickets in internet.

Re: hualamphong train station - ticket office

by IndianPacific

"Also I believe you can try to book your tickets in internet." At least you can book via e mail, and your tickets are ready for you in your own name, when you arrive.

Re: hualamphong train station - ticket office

by SirHalberd

You don't mention how much time you have between landing at Suvarnabhumi to leaving from the train station. You could make it easy on yourself and spend the night in Bangkok if your connections are tight. This way could take a shower, rest up, see Bangkok, have a good meal and at your leisure pick up the train ticket. Bangkok is also worth a visit when you come to Thailand.

Good luck.

Re: hualamphong train station - ticket office

by CheapCharley

sometimes the trains are full or the first and 2nd class trains are booked. Try to get online or plan on spending a day ot two in Bangkok don't reserve the room all the hotels are empty right now so you don't have to worry about not getting a room but the train can be a different story.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Thai lexicon

by Mahieu

Thai is not really the easiest language in the world and almost impossible to speak for western people. So therefore, take a small Thai-English dictionary with you. Very few people in Thailand speak English and if you want to ask for information, it's very handy to have one. I took the Thai phrasebook from Lonely Planet. It's very handy, because the vocabulary is also written in Thai, so that you can actually show what you mean, instead of breaking your tongue trying to pronounce the Thai words ;-))

Thai Massage

by silvia_chang

Lek Foot Massage
412/3 Siam Square Soi 6 Patumwan
Near BTS Siam station
Tel: 0 2658 3930-1 I love Thai Massage!! When I walking all the day, the best way to relax is massage. I met a local and he took me to "Lek Foot Massage". I choose the whole body massage, 500B/ 2hrs per person.

It's not cheap, but the room is very clean and has good service. A massage could relieve your legs, arms, back and neck. Try it!!

Suan Luang Rama IX Park

by suraphona

Rama IX Park
One of Bangkok’s most pleasant parks, Rama IX Park or Suan Luang was opened to honor HM the King on the occasion of his 6th Cycle birthday. Divided into five sections, it has a Royal Building with displays of memrobilia belonging to the King, a Botanical Garden, a lake for water sports, ponds teeming with fish, a flower garden with rather a pretty little waterfall and a playground. Covering one kilometer, it is however, primarily a botanical garden that is reserved for species of plants and trees and is very pleasant to stroll around. Each morning at 6 a.m. a large group meets todo Tai Chi exercises and of course, there are plenty of joggers. Because of its location and the fact there is an entrance fee, it is one of the least crowded and cleanest parks in the city.

Location: Soi Udomsuk, off Sukhumvit 103 more pics in my travelloque

Dress code

by aukjejetty

Cleanliness and neatness are important. In tropical Thailand, never put off showering or doing your laundry. Most Thais keep themselves scrupulously clean and dress respectably. T-shirts, sandals and knee-length shorts are suitable for informal occasions, but visits to palaces, government offices and some temples usually require something more appropriate. Nudity is forbidden, and topless bathing can offend, even though it is tolerated on some tourist beaches.

Don't Bother!!

by Rachelynn

Big Bag Easy Walking Shoes, Sports Saddles would be great Why's my title 'Don't Bother?

Bcos Bangkok is a place whereby you can get anything and everything. Dun bother bringing your shades, cos it's so cheap over at bangkok, it'll cost around 180 -200 Baht, T-shirts? gosh, it's cheap, you can buy so much! If you are a woman, god bless! the lingerie in bangkok, esp wacoal is very cheap!!

Thus you don't have to spend so much time and effort packing. Just pack your sense of humour, the energy to shop til you drop and a big heart to get ready to soak in bangkok's unique culture!

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