Bangkok Railway Station is a railway station in Bangkok, Thailand. The station opened in June 1916 and is known for its Italian Neo-Renaissance architecture style which was designed by Mario Tamagno and Annibale Rigotti. The building is decorated with wooden roofs and stained glass windows. It is currently one of the main transport hubs of the city. In 2019 it is proposed that it will be closed down and turned into a Railway Museum.
You can get to the station by train from most areas of the city of Thailand. Many bus routes also stop at the station.
Opening Times and Admission
The station is open at all hours of every day, it is free to enter. If travelling on a train from the station, it has plenty of ticket booths for you to purchase a ticket from.