Hau lamphonc? Train station in bangkok

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Hi, i would like to know if there are lockers, or a safe place to store our luggage for a couple of hours, at the train station before catching our connecting train to trang. Thanks for any information 😆
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There is no train to Trang
Need take a bus.

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More lies from clever Dick ^.

There is a locker room in the station. It is just inside the main entry on your left.
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Here's some info about that:

http://thailandtrains.com/leave-your-lu ... n-station/

Also, this map seems to indicate that the train does go to Trang:

http://thailandtrains.com/southern-train-line-map/
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phuketrichard wrote: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:47 pm There is no train to Trang
Need take a bus.

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Can this post get deleted? People come on here trying to get some accurate information.
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Shazza wrote: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:07 pm Hi, i would like to know if there are lockers, or a safe place to store our luggage for a couple of hours, at the train station before catching our connecting train to trang. Thanks for any information 😆
There are also showers there. You can rent towel and soap or buy them at a store near the left luggage. Also a food hall with basic rice dishes and desserts. The waiting area is ac.
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Thanks everyone for the info, it's really a big help. I've just double checked and there is a train from bangkok to trang. Phuketrichard must have different internet service to us. We will not be there until April, but I like to be prepared, cheers 😉
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Shazza wrote: Thu Dec 05, 2019 4:13 pm Thanks everyone for the info, it's really a big help. I've just double checked and there is a train from bangkok to trang.
I have taken the train to and from Trang many times, but not recently. If you take the night sleeper, it is a great way to access islands and mainland areas. Sometimes we got put on a bus for part of the journey but the timetable was maintained, give or take a few hours.
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