There are no
trains going directly to Sukhothai. One may travel by train to
Phitsanulok and then take a local bus to Sukhothai, some 60 kms.
away. Contact Bangkok Railway Station Tel. 2237010, 223-7020
air and non air-conditioned buses
leave Bangkok for Sukhothai daily from the
Northern Bus Terminal, Kamphaeng Phet Road.
files one flight daily at 8.20 hrs. from Bangkok to
Sukhothai then on to Chiang Mai.
For more information please contact
Tel. 229-3456-63 Thai Airways operate several
flights daily to Phitsanulok and then
take a local bus to Sukhothai,
some 60 Kms. away. Please contact
tel 280060-80. Those with private cars will find it
enjoyable to drive from Bangkok by having
the opportunity of really seeing rural Thailand.
They will travel
through a number of provinces:
Ayuthaya, capital of Thailand
before Bangkok; Saraburi
with its temple of Lord Buddha's
Footprint; Lopburi with its ancient
Khmer temple; Chai Nat with its huge
irrigation dam; Nakhon
Sawan where major rivers
converge to from Maenam Cho Phraya; Phitsanulok
with its various attractions; Kamphaeng Phet and Tak with their
striking views of hills and rivers.