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Ban Klong Luk Border railway station

Coordinates: 13°39′46″N 102°32′55″E / 13.662753°N 102.548482°E / 13.662753; 102.548482
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Ban Klong Luk Border

General information
LocationAranyaprathet Subdistrict, Aranyaprathet District
Sa Kaeo Province
Coordinates13°39′46″N 102°32′55″E / 13.662753°N 102.548482°E / 13.662753; 102.548482
Operated byState Railway of Thailand
Line(s)Aranyaprathet Main Line
Structure typeAt-grade
Other information
Station codeลง.
ClassificationClass 3
Opened1 July 2019; 5 years ago (2019-07-01)
Preceding station State Railway of Thailand Following station
Aranyaprathet Eastern Line Poipet (Cambodia)

Ban Klong Luk Border railway station (Thai: สถานีรถไฟด่านพรมแดนบ้านคลองลึก) is a railway station in Thailand and is the last stop of the Aranyaprathet Main Line of the Eastern Line located in Thailand, before entering Cambodia. It is located in Aranyaprathet Subdistrict, Aranyaprathet District, Sa Kaeo Province on the border between Thailand and Cambodia.

Ban Klong Luk Border railway station is classified as a third class railway station. It is 260.23 km (161 mi) from Hua Lamphong (Bangkok railway station) and located on the south side of Rong Kluea Market, the largest retail and wholesale second-hand clothing market in the eastern Thailand.[1]

This station has a history of more than 40 years. The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) repaired and renovated the tracks from Aranyaprathet railway station, located 6 km (3 mi) away. The official opening ceremony took place on 22 April 2019 and the first rail services were operated on 1 July 2019.[2] Services at the station were temporarily suspended between 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, with trains from Bangkok terminating at Aranyaprathet. Cross-border services remain suspended.


  1. ^ "เปิดแล้ว! รถไฟสายกรุงเทพฯ-โรงเกลือ ช่วยเดินทางสะดวกขึ้น คาดนักท่องเที่ยวเพิ่ม ลุ้นเชื่อมเส้นทางกัมพูชา" [Open now! Bangkok - Rong Kluea Railway Line, make traveling easier, expect more tourists, push forward connect to Cambodia route]. Matichon (in Thai). 2019-07-01.
  2. ^ "Thai-Cambodian Leaders Launch Cross-Border Rail Link". MCOT. 2019-04-22.