Trang Railway Station began its operation since 1913 on the Southern Line section for the route between Kantang and Huai Yot. Its about 845KM away from Bangkok.
An often overlooked southern gateway to many fantastic destinations. An overnight train trip from Bangkok, will bring you to the Thainese (Thai-Chinese) influenced town of Trang. The station is a convenient stop to many local restaurants, expat watering holes, and tour offices. Nearby islands and waterfalls abound from Trang as well as the overland highway to Krabi.
Dongli Railway Station is also a famous attraction here, because this station has been in the history of nearly 100 years. It feels like the old railway station in the 1970s and 1980s in China. Standing here is full of childhood memories, the vintage feeling is very strong, so it also attracts many tourists to come here to recall the past.
Dongli train station is the oldest train station in Thailand, which is preserved more than 50 years ago. The whole station is very quiet, surrounded by large and small shops along the street, giving a very warm feeling, as if through the memories of childhood train station, has a strong nostalgia.
Dongli train station, which has been around for nearly 100 years, is the iconic building of the old town. The station is small, and every day trains from and from major Thai cities pass through it. It feels a bit like our old train station in the 1980s and 1990s, very nostalgic.