Thailand operates rail transport, not many lines,
but you can get to all parts of the country.
Bangkok is the centre.
Many kinds of trains are available.
Some are fast, some very slow.
Some are very comfortable, air-conditioning, sleeping berths,
others just have wooden benches.
Thai people use the slow and less comfortable trains most of the time. And that’s where everything is happening. You can buy food and drinks. People walk around with all kind of luggage. There is laughter, a lot of talking. We like that.
In these trains, you can open the windows. Wonderful views, you smell the country, the city, the dust. You’re in Thailand. We like Thai trains.
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