By bus the journey from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nakhon Sawan is scheduled to take 6 hours 50 minutes. The alternative to travel by bus is to travel by train to Ayutthaya and then change trains to travel to Nakhon Sawan.
Bus Times from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nakhon Sawan
There are currently 2 bus services a day from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nakhon Sawan available to book online.
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Nakhon Ratchasima Bus Station
Bus services from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nakhon Sawan depart from Nakhon Ratchasima Bus Terminal 2.
Nakhon Sawan Bus Station
Bus services from Nakhon Ratchasima to Nakhon Sawan terminate at Nakhon Sawan Bus Terminal.
About Travel to Nakhon Sawan
Nakhon Sawan is a large town, with around 80,000 permanent residents, located in the lower part of Thailand’s Northern Region.
History of Nakhon Sawan
Before the development of Thailand’s road network in the early 20th Century Nakhon Sawan was an important commercial centre. Nakhon Sawan’s location at the point where the Nan and Ping Rivers merge in the Chao Phraya River, which passes through Bangkok, made the town a hub for waterborne trade, with argicultural products coming by boat from the North of Thailand for sale in the populous Central region of Thailand. Contemporay Nakhon Sawan is no longer a major commercial centre, it is though nonetheless a lively place which is seldom visited by foreign tourists.
In the centre of Nakhon Sawan is the large Paradise Park, which features a lake, playing fields and a popular running track. The liveliest part of Nakhon Sawan is at the edges of Paradise Park and this is the best place to go to in the evening for a meal and a drink. The other notable attraction of Nakhon Sawan is Wat Khiriwong. Wat Khiriwong is large working Buddhist temple. Within the grounds of the temple is a large hill overlooking Nakhon Sawan. At the top of the hill is the fantastic Phra Chulamanee Chedi.
Phra Chulamanee Chedi
The Phra Chulamanee Chedi is a recently completed 3 story golden pagoda, with a Sri Lankan style chedi tower rising from the top level of the structure. Visitors are permitted inside the Phra Chulamanee Chedi. Each of the three levels of the temple contain statues of the Lord Buddha and important monks, as well as other pieces of religious artwork. The top level has a holy relic enshrined within a small chedi and an observation deck with great views looking out all 4 sides of the pagoda.