Situated approximately sixteen kilometers south of Phitsanulok City, Naresuan is easily accessible to visitors. Our campus provides a beautiful scene in every season and offers convenient access to international dormitories, shops, sports, and a large state-of-the-art medical center. We looking forward to your visit to Naresuan.

CONFERENCE BUILDING
IBRO/APRC ASSOCIATE SCHOOL OF NEUROSCIENCE 2016:

MD 235, Faculty of Medical Science, Naresuan University

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TRANSPORTATIONS

By Air

The Phitsanulok Airport is located about three kilometers south of Phitsanulok City. There are several direct flights daily from Bangkok to Phitsanulok. The trip takes 45-50 minutes. For more information, contact Nok Air Office at tel. 02- 900-9955 or visit Nok Air Website. The Air Asia Call Center (tel. 02- 515-9999) or Air Asia Website can also assist you with transportation information.

By Car

From Bangkok, use Highway No. 1 to Wang Noi District, and then proceed to Nakhon Sawan Province along Highway No. 32 via Ayutthaya Province, Ang-Thong Province and Sing-Buri Province. After that, take Highway No. 117 to Phitsanulok Province. The total distance is 337 kilometers. Moreover, you can take the same Highway to Sing-Buri Province and switch to Highway No. 11 (In Buri-Tak-Fa route), and then turn into Highway No. 12 and proceed to Phitsanulok Province via Wang-Thong District. The total distance is 450 kilometers.

By Bus

Buses depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal) to Phitsanulok Province. Contact Transport Co. Ltd. at Tel: 0 2936 2852-66; Phitsanulok Yan Yon Tour at Tel: 0 2936 2924-5; Choet Chai Tour at Tel: 0 2936 0199 and Win Tour at Tel: 0 2936 3753.

By Train

Daily regular trains depart daily from Bangkok's Hua Lamphong Railway Station. Call 1690 or visit www.railway.co.th for more information.
Trains leave Bangkok for Phitsanulok daily from 7.05 a.m. to 11.30 p.m., 14 times a day. There are express trains (Sprinters) from Bangkok to Phitsanulok departing daily from 8.25 a.m. to 11.10 p.m., 5 times a day.
Trains leave Phitsanulok for Bangkok daily, from 2.05 a.m. to 11.29 p.m., 14 times a day. There are daily express trains (Sprinters) departing from Phitsanulok to Bangkok from 2.05 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., 4 times a day.

 

Essential informations for IBRO students participating an IBRO-APRC Associate School of Neuroscience and
20th Thai Neuroscience Society Conference

during 4-8 July 2016


1. Transportation
There will be vans to take all students from Bangkok to Phitsanulok on Sunday 3, July 2016 and from Phitsanulok to Bangkok on Saturday 9, July 2016.  The schedule is listed below:

Sunday 3, July 2016

From Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phitsanulok
-       1st Van : depart at 12.00  pm. and arrive at 18.00 pm.
-       2nd Van : depart at 16.00 pm.  and arrive at  22.00 pm.

From Donmuang Airport to Phitsanulok
- 1st Van : depart at 12.00 pm. and arrive at 17.00 pm.
- 2nd Van : depart at 16.00 pm. and arrive at 21.00 pm.

From Faculty of Science, Mahidol University to Phitsanulok
- 1st Van : depart at 11.00  am. and arrive at 17.00 pm.

Saturday 9, July 2016
From Phitsanulok to Suvarnabhumi Airport
-       1st Van : depart at 06.00  am. and arrive at 12.00 pm.
-       2nd Van : depart at 12.00 am. and arrive at  18.00 pm.

From Phitsanulok to Donmuang Airport
- 1st Van : depart at 06.00 am. and arrive at 11.00 am.
- 2nd Van : depart at 12.00 pm. and arrive at 17.00 pm.

From Phitsanulok to Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
- 1st Van : depart at 12.00  pm. and arrive at 18.00 pm. 


2. Accomodations

Accommodations for IBRO students are provided at Kresident Hotel, which is 5 minutes away from Naresuan University. The hotel is situated at 199/99 Moo 7, Tha Pho, Mueang, Phitsanulok 65000.

  • Period of stay 3-8 July 2016 (for 6 nights)
  • 2 persons per room, total reserved 15 rooms
  • Breakfast provided

3. Lunch/Dinner services

Sunday 3, July 2016 Dinner or refreshment provided
During 4-8 July 2016 Lunch and Dinner provided

Types of meals include seafood, chickens, fishes, and vegetarian food

4. Excursion
(Updated 22/6/2016)
The organizing committee has set up an excursion for visiting historical or several noteworthy places within the town of Phitsanulok to make you know more of the town. The trip will be on Tuseday 5 July 2016 (13.00PM-17.00PM).

Join us the sightseeing tour visiting the key attractions of Phitsanulok province that are the historical prides of both Thai nation and the city.
The most unique sight of the city is Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat, or simply “Wat Yai” to locals, which houses Phra Phuttha Chinnarat, one of the most beautiful and revered golden Buddha images of the kingdom. Walking around to murals of the chapel to discover the gallery lined with Buddha images and explore several other revered Buddha images around the temple. Cross the street and visit Wat Nang Phaya (literally means, “The Empress Temple”), appreciate the golden Buddha image similar to Phra Phuttha Chinnarat which is famous for extensive collection of the highly coveted Nang Phaya (small Buddha images used as amulets). Visit Wat Ratburana (literally, King restoration), an ancient temple built in the early fifteenth century, containing a classic bell-shaped stupa that is now exposing to our sight only with bricks. Lastly, visiting Wang Chan Palace (literally, The Lunar Palace), the former abode of King Naresuan The Great that was just unearthed by the historians, indicating the true resident of the king since 15 A.D. Within the area located the shrine of King Naresuan The Great, which used to be the compound of the Phitsanulok Phittayakom School. The shrine consists a seated figure of King Naresuan The Great, pouring lustral water from a golden container and ceremoniously declaring Ayutthaya’s independence. Finally, take a bow to the sunset of Phitsanulok and bring back full memories of love and impressions to your country.

 

Duration: 4 hours (1.00 PM -5.00 PM); 5th July 2016
Gathering place: In front of Faculty of Medical Science building

*Refreshment will be provided.