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Contact Admin. You are not allowed to sell or consume alcohol on trains in Thailand. This rule change came in July and the authorities mean business. No alcohol signs on a Thai train. The reason for this rule? Well, sadly in a young man working as a subcontractor for Thai railways cleaning the carriages and making the beds raped and murdered a 13 year old Thai girl in a sleeper carriage. Reaction of the State Railway of Thailand? Did they ban the staff from drinking and introduce background checks on subcontractors, mandatory drug testing, or better supervision or training of staff?
They banned the customers and the staff from drinking. Punish the customers for actions of the staff. Makes perfect sense if you look at it from a really strange perspective. Anyhow, at this point you must me thinking that I have a drinking problem.
A few hours without alcohol is no problem except for people without a drink problem. You would of course be partly right, but you would have entirely missed the point. Pour yourself a drink and let me explain. Train travel in Thailand is slow and at times a little uncomfortable.
If you take the train some distance, ie Bangkok to Surat Thani or Bangkok to Chiang Mai, you can expect the train to arrive anyway between 1 and 3 hours late.
It can be difficult to sleep even on a sleeper train. The other customers or staff can be noisy. The air-con is either too cold or not working. The staff often pester you to buy some pretty awful overpriced food and then not give you your change, or charge you double the price for coffee in the morning pay only 20 THB that is the real price. All these things aside I love travelling on Thai trains, but I loved it more when you could drink.