Si Racha is a town and subdistrict located in the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. This town is popularly known for its famous hot sauce called Sriracha, which was named after the town. What travellers can find when travelling in Si Racha are its waterfront, guesthouses, park, beautiful pier and the little island of Ko Si Chang. Ever since the railway service was established in the area, many people can plan a trip to Si Racha from various destinations conveniently.
The train ride is considered as one of the cheapest means of transportation to travel around in Thailand. Being one of the many railway stations in Thailand, Si Racha Junction Railway Station had its initial establishment in 1989 as part of the Chachoengsao Junction – Sattahip Port Section. In 1992, it began operating freight train services to Laem Chabang Port Line that turned this railway station into a junction.
The ordinary passenger train services are only operated during the weekdays and they are numbered at 283/284 serving the route between Bangkok (Hua Lamphong) and Ban Phlu Ta Luang. The train route from Si Racha to Bangkok only serves four trains daily with the average travel duration of 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Since the train station is located at the heart of Si Racha town, no need to worry about not being able to find transportation services as they are available at almost every corner in the town. Travellers can get to Si Racha Junction rail station easily by taking motorbike taxis, tuk-tuks or ride-sharing services.
Among the famous landmarks located just near to the train station are Sriracha Chatuchak Market, Wat Khruea Sattharam (a Buddhist temple), Wat Rangsee Sutthawat School and Talent Tennis Centre Sriracha. The travel duration from these landmarks takes no longer than 15 minutes to reach Si Racha train station. From other locations in the town, travellers can grab a motorbike taxi or tuk-tuk ride along the way.
State Railway of Thailand manages train services in Si Racha Junction train station (SRT). This train operator also operates other railway stations established across the selected regions in Thailand. Serving over 40 million passengers, many have gained their trust to commute to numerous destinations by train with State Railway of Thailand.
Serving as a halt, Si Racha Junction train station does not offer many facilities for the public use. Like many other railway stations, basic amenities like sheltered waiting area, benches and toilets are provided. The opening hour usually follows the standard arrival and departure time of trains based on the train schedule.Top features:
Si Racha Junction Railway Station serves the Easter Line train service routing to different train stops. The regular passenger train from Si Racha commute along the route between Bangkok and Ban Phlu Ta Luang. Be it long or short distance train ride, travellers can get to any preferred destinations from Si Racha without any hassle.
Travellers can find train ticket for train routes operated by State Railway of Thailand through online booking. The train ticket can be reserved in only one sitting. Passengers can review the train timetable and other details such as train ticket price and travel time with affordable train fare.
Surasak, Si Racha District, Chon Buri 20110, Thailand