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Open for reservation! “Floating train” to see the view of “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam”, the first trip this 26 Nov.

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Tickets are now open! Ride the “floating train” to see the view of “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam” to welcome the tourism festival. First trip starts 26 November 2021, check details here.

On November 25, 1964, Mr. Ekkarat Sriarayanpong Director of the Public Relations Center revealed that according to the government’s easing measures to control the spread of the coronavirus and announcing the opening of the country to accommodate foreign tourists “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam” Route Bangkok – Pa Sak Jolasid Dam – Bangkok To give tourists the opportunity to travel to experience the tourist route. “Floating Train” The only one in Thailand Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during November 2021 – January 2022 consists of

  • Date 26 – 28 November 2021
  • Days 3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26 December 2021
  • 7-9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30 January 2022 (except New Year holidays On Saturday 1 and Sunday 2, March 2021), a total of 27 days.

There are trains serving both 3rd-class passenger cars and 2nd-class air-conditioned cars. Trailers are available in the train. The adult and child fares are charged the same price as follows:

normal car

  • Bangkok-Pasak Cholasit Dam-Bangkok round trip price 330 baht
  • Saraburi/Kaeng Khoi – Khok Salung round trip price 130 baht
  • Pa Sak Jolasid Dam – Bangkok, only return trip, price 150 baht

air-conditioned car

  • Bangkok – Pasak Chonlasit Dam – Bangkok round trip price 560 baht
  • Saraburi/Kaeng Khoi – Khok Salung round trip price 260 baht
  • Pa Sak Jolasid Dam – Bangkok, only return trip, price 250 baht

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Timetable of traveling to and from buses (Route 921)

The train leaves Bangkok Station (Hua Lamphong) at 6:00 a.m. and then stops for pick-up. Passengers at various stations, namely Samsen Station, Bang Sue Junction, Bang Khen, Lak Si, Don Mueang, Rangsit, Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Kaeng Khoi Junction to the viewpointFloating train” center “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam” The train will stop in the middle of the dam ridge to have time for tourists to appreciate. Immerse yourself in the beauty for 20 minutes and travel to Khok Salung Station There is time for tourists to taste and shop local OTOP products for about 30 minutes.

Then the convoy will bring tourists to the body. “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam” At 10.35 am, tourists can do various activities at their leisure. Whether it’s lunch from a local community shop. or travel around the perimeter of the Pa Sak Jolasid Dam

by using a van The service fee is 60 baht per person throughout the route. Visit the sunflower fields at Ban Kluay & Khai, see the giant fern plantation at Sap Prayoon Farm.

Return train (car number 926)

leave “Pa Sak Jolasid Dam” at 3:30 p.m. and stop taking-off Passengers at various stations are Kaeng Khoi Junction Station, Saraburi, Ayutthaya, Rangsit, Don Mueang, Lak Si, Bang Khen, Bang Sue Junction, Samsen, arriving at Bangkok Station at 6:50 p.m.

Mr. Ekkarat added that Opening of the service of a special train touring Bangkok – Pa Sak Jolasid Dam Railways continue to comply with measures to control the spread of COVID-19 of the Ministry of Public Health strictly Along with asking for cooperation that tourists who join the journey must receive 2 injections of vaccination, which can show evidence through the Digital Health Pass on the doctor with the application or show the ATK test results no more than 72 hours to the staff at the screening point on the day of travel.

Interested parties can contact to purchase tickets in advance 30 days in advance at all train stations across the country or the D-Ticket system.

For more information, please contact the Customer Service Center. Phone number 1690 24 hours a day or Facebook fan page State Railway of Thailand PR Team

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