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How to Travel from Bangkok to Pak Chong

There are two ways to get from Bangkok to Pak Chong:

  • Option 1: Take a train to Pak Chong.
  • Option 2: Take a minivan to Pak Chong.

Trains to Pak Chong


There are 10 direct train services a day from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong Train Station to Pak Chong. Travel by train is scheduled to take between 3 hours 7 minutes on the fastest train (Train #21) and 4 hours 24 minutes on the slowest train (Train #145). However, in practice travel by train tends from Bangkok to Pak Chong tends to be 60 minutes to 90 minutes slower than travel by minivan because of the frequent delays on the Thai railway Network.

Bangkok Pak Chong Train No. Service
05:45 08:52 21 Special Express
06:40 10:52 135 Rapid
10:05 13:25 71 Express
11:40 15:22 233 Ordinary
15:20 19:44 145 Rapid
18:35 22:07 77 Express
18:55 22:46 139 Rapid
20:30 00:07 23 Special Express
21:30 01:02 67 Express
22:45 02:54 141 Rapid

Minivan Times to Pak Chong


There are 6 minivan services a day from Bangkok to Pak Chong which you can book online. Travel by minivan is the fastest and cheapest way to travel from Bangkok to Chong.

Bangkok Pak Chong Ticket
05:00 08:00 250 THB
07:00 10:00 250 THB
10:00 13:00 250 THB
12:00 15:00 250 THB
15:00 18:00 250 THB
17:00 20:00 250 THB

  • Minivan services to Pak Chong depart from Morchit Bus Station, which is Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal.
  • The service operator on this route is Pakchong Carrent 2009.

Buy Tickets to Pak Chong


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Booking in advance means that you can better plan your trip from Bangkok to Pak Chong. Minivans are small and have a limited number of seats. If the minivan you want to take is full then you will have a 2 to 3 hours wait until the next minivan departs.


Northern Bus Terminal


Minivan services to Pak Chong depart from Morchit Bus Station. To reach Morchit Bus Station from Central Bangkok take either metro to Chatuchak MRT station or the ‘skytrain’ (Bangkok’s elevated light railway) to Mo Chit BTS station. From either station it is a short journey by taxi to the bus station which should cost around 60 THB on a meter taxi. if you are travelling from Don Mueang Airport take A1 shuttle bus direct from the airport to the Northern Bus Terminal from Don Mueang Airport. The fare is 30 THB one way and the journey takes around 40 minutes. 


Location of the Northern Bus Terminal



About Khao Yai National Park


Pak Chong is the nearest town to Khao Yai National Park, which is Thailand’s second largest national park covering an area in excess of 2,000 square kilometres. Largely because it is very close to Bangkok, Khao Yai is a very popular destinations for Thai holiday makers. Foreign visitors make up a minority of the people who come to Khao Yai National Park.

Palio Italian Village in Khao Yai

Palio Italian Village in Khao Yai

From Pak Chong you take travel to the bus station on the edge of the national park by shared songthaew taxi in about 40 minutes. Expect to pay 60 to 100 THB per person for the journey from Pak Chong. There is an entrance fee for foreign visitors to park of 400 THB for adults and 200 THB for children. The main attractions in the park are the waterfalls and the flora and fauna. Khao Yai National Park is a great place to see gibbons, of which there are two species, swinging through the trees and to observe wild elephants in the grass land areas of the park. To fully appreciate everything there is to see in Khao Yai National Park your best option is to book an organised tour in Pak Chong and have a tour guide to show your the main attractions in the park. Alternatively you could rent a motorbike or car in Pak Chong and drive yourself around the park. If you take this option we suggest that do some research before you go to sketch out a rough plan of where to go before you enter the National Park.


Location of Pak Chong Railway Station


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