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Country Details

See Wikipedia

National Railway System

National Railway Operator

State Railway of Thailand

UIC code

None known


information is available at the Man in Seat 61.

Journey Planner

The journey planner is here Check Train Schedule. Click on the Union flag.

Downloadable Timetable


Printed Timetable


Summary timetables are available in some editions of the European Rail Timetable.

Engineering Information

None known


Printed Maps

None known

Web-based Maps


To be updated


Infrastructure Authority

None known

Network Statement

None known


Metre gauge; the rapid transit lines are standard gauge


Only the Bangkok rapid transit lines are electrified.
The Airport Rail Link to from Suvarnabhumi Airport is 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead
The BTS Skytrain and Metropolitan Rapid Transit (Bangkok) are 750 V DC third rail

Rule of the road

Almost the entire network is single track.


No source known

Other Railways


Tourist Lines


Metro and light rail systems


BTS Skytrain operates the elevated Green Lines
Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company (BEM) operates the underground Blue and Purple Lines under a concession from the Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA).
There does not appear to be an official webpage for the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link but has some information.

Recent and Future Changes

Recent Changes

On 19 January 2023 the new Bangkok Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal station (Bangkok Revolution Central Station, formerly known as Bang Sue Grand) opened to long-distance passenger trains, transferred from the existing Hua Lamphong terminus. (It is already served by the SRT Dark Red, Light Red and Airport Link commuter rail routes.) All long-distance trains except those on the Eastern line and with numbers in the 200 and 300 series now use the new station. With 26 platforms, it is the largest station in Southeast Asia.

Future Changes

Bangkok Central Terminal Station will be served by the Don Mueang–Suvarnabhumi–U-Tapao high-speed railway and planned high-speed routes to Nong Khai, Padang Besar and Chiang Mai when they open.

Obscure and Sparse Passenger Services

See PSUL: World Beyond Europe

Special Notes

Travel to the southernmost provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat, and southern Songkhla province, is not advised owing to the risk of terrorist attacks.