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How can I buy a train ticket from Hualumpung in BKK to Hatyai Station????

  • starfish69

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    I tried ther State Railway of Thailand website but they allow for online purchase. Can anybody suggest what is th next best thing I can do if I still want to buy online and have the tickets sent to me in Singapore? I plan to travel in Jan 2011 on 2nd class sleeping berth.

    #1 Posted: 7/9/2010 - 09:23

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  • tinoh

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    13th February, 2010
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    I suggest checking the seat 61 website for further suggestions.

    #2 Posted: 7/9/2010 - 14:01

  • Captain_Bob

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    Yes the State Railway online booking facility is out of service indefinitely
    Effective 1 September 2010, http://www.thairailwayticket.com will be tempolarily out of services.
    Seat61 linked above has acknowledged this and offers a couple other methods.

    #3 Posted: 7/9/2010 - 17:40

  • sirhalberd

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    How long will you be in Bangkok? I have purchased train tickets in Bangkok for Hat Yai one day and left the next day. This was the regular seats not the sleeper car though. It was a long ride but not as bad as I thought it would be. In a pinch, if you are in Bangkok for a while you might be able to buy your tickets in person. When I got those tickets it was when the airports were closed down in Thailand by the Yellow Shirts and I had to fly back to my home country for something I couldn't postpone. (My airline changed my ticket to leave from Singapore instead of BKK at no charge.)

    On this same train trip from the Butterworth/Penang Train Station I purchased first class seats from there to Singapore at night and left the following morning.

    Since you are in Singapore why not take a little trip over to the train station and see if it is possible to purchase tickets through them for the Bangkok to Hat Yai run.

    #4 Posted: 22/9/2010 - 10:03

  • sayadian

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    Why not fly and avoid putting yourself through 24 hours of train travel.It's more or less the same price with AirAsia.You can book online immediately.

    #5 Posted: 22/9/2010 - 20:26

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