The Hualampong Train Station is the main railway station found in heart of the city of Bangkok. It is one of the modes of transportation that can take anyone to the sights of Bangkok. Built in 1916 when King Rama VI was still in his reign, the train station was considered by Bangkok tourism as a major hub in trail railway. It is serving hundreds of trains and thousands of passengers every day all throughout the year, especially during the month of April when people go back to their provinces.
Located at the heart of downtown Bangkok, people get attracted to the train station's Italian renaissance style and design that boasts of wooden roof and intricately designed windows. This station has 14 platforms and 26 ticket booths for your convenience. It has an efficient help desk and well organized ticketing system for visitors and tourist. The station also has convenience stores, ATMs and a bookshop.
Address: Rama IV Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand