By bus the journey from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok is scheduled to take 6 hours. There are no direct air or rail connections between Khon Kaen and Phitsanulok.
Bus Times from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok
There are currently 3 direct bus services a day from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok available to book online.
|17:30||23:45||384 THB||Express||Phet Prasert|
|21:00||03:00||374 THB||Express||Phet Prasert|
|22:30||04:30||384 THB||Express||Phet Prasert|
- Passengers on Phet Prasert services from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok travel on a two deck bus with an onboard toilet.
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Khon Kaen Bus Station
Bus services from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok depart from Khon Kaen Bus Terminal 3.
Phitsanulok Bus Station
- Bus services from Khon Kaen to Phitsanulok terminate at Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 2.
About Travel to Phitsanulok
Phitsanulok is one of the oldest cities in Thailand and closely associated with one of Thailand’s most important historical figures, King Naresuan, who was born in the city. Unfortunately, much of the city burnt down in a fire in 1957 and the modern city that developed following the fire is notably unattractive featuring lots of characterless concrete buildings. Phitsanulok doesn’t receive many foreign visitors but is a popular destination for Thai tourists who come the city to visit Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat dates back to the 14th Century and is famous for hosting the Phra Phuttha Chinnarat, which is a large statue of the Lord Buddha. The Phra Phuttha Chinnarat is generally considered to be the most beautiful statue of the Lord Buddha in Thailand and seeing the statue is reason enough for many Thai travellers to come to Phitsanulok.
The other major tourist attraction in Phitsanulok is Wat Wihan Thong and the adjacent reconstruction of the Chan Palace. The Chan Palace was the residence of the Ayutthaya Royal family in the 15th Century and the birth place of King Naresuan. Wat Wihan Thong, also constructed in the 15th Century, served as the temple where the Ayutthaya Royal Family worshipped.