Trains from Bangkok to Ayutthaya

Trains from Bangkok to Ayutthaya

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Bangkok to Ayutthaya Schedule

Bangkok to Ayutthaya Schedule
Transport NameRoute TimePrice
Kim Transfers Thailand Van 9pax Any time฿ 2,500
Thai Railway Class II AC 05:45 - 06:58฿ 415
Thai Railway Class III Fan 07:12 - 08:25฿ 70
Win 91 Ayutthaya Regional 14pax 09:00 - 10:30฿ 150
Mama Travel and Tour Regional 14pax 11:30 - 13:30฿ 340
Win 91 Ayutthaya Regional 14pax 12:00 - 13:30฿ 150
Thai Railway Class II Fan 14:34 - 15:17฿ 94
Win 91 Ayutthaya Regional 14pax 16:00 - 18:00$ 4.44
Thai Railway Class III Fan 19:17 - 20:25฿ 70
Thai Railway Class III Fan 20:10 - 21:43฿ 70
Thai Railway Class III Fan 22:45 - 00:16฿ 70

Transportation from Bangkok to Ayutthaya

Bangkok to Ayutthaya Destination Reviews

The train was great but I am really angry after this website for selling a train ticket 295 when it is 245 at train station and even worse not telling you that you can do this train for 20 but no aircon, which is better as aircon was like a fridge so paid 295 and end up seating at the 20 seat fares. Go to train station to get your ticket!
Train #75 2nd Class AC seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Nov 29, 2022
I never have receipt the ticket on my mail. so I had to take a other train. I want my money Back
Train #139 2nd Class Fan seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Nov 27, 2022
The price we paid is scandalous
Train #71 2nd Class AC seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Nov 22, 2022
The seating condition and cleaning could improve a lot. There were some seats that were already broken. สภาพที่นั่งและการทำความสะอาดสามารถปรับปรุงได้มาก มีบางที่นั่งที่หักไปแล้ว
Train #135 2nd Class Fan seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Nov 14, 2022
We weren't seated together on our tickets, and even though there were lots of free seats, the guard was very inflexible.
Train #7 2nd Class AC seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Nov 5, 2022
Really 👌 top
Train #109 2nd Class Fan seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Oct 28, 2022
Very good service!
Train #75 2nd Class AC seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), May 2, 2022
An adventure and experience
Train #109 2nd Class Fan seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Apr 30, 2022
Ease of booking - great Speed great When I did my first booking I got the bill straight away in Singapore dollars with what looked like an inferior ex rate so the ticket was more expensive than I had though
Train #75 2nd Class AC seats only, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Mar 11, 2022
Price related it was correct but I would have preferred to pay a little more and have places more clean.
Train #109 2nd Class Sleeper AC, Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย), Oct 24, 2021
58 customer reviews

How to get from Bangkok to Ayutthaya by Train

Taking a train to get from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is a safe, fast, and scenic option to travel the country. On certain routes, there are multiple train departures per day every 10 to 15 minutes. This is typical for intercity travel, while for long distance train routes there are fewer scheduled departures – plan ahead to choose the one that fits your itinerary best.

For long distance train journeys, we recommend reserving your tickets at least a few days ahead of your travel date. Buying train tickets via our online booking system will allow you to choose and reserve the best Bangkok to Ayutthaya tickets.

Buying your tickets online will help you secure the trip on the selected date and avoid queuing at the station.. When travelling on weekends and holidays it is recommended to reserve tickets much earlier due to a much higher demand. During high season, train tickets sell out quickly – do book as early as you can.

How far is it from Bangkok to Ayutthaya?

Travelling by train, the distance from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is 58 miles. Before setting
on for a train journey, have a look at the map to find out what tourist spots or landmarks you will pass by – maybe they are worth a quick stop?

How long does it take to get from Bangkok to Ayutthaya by Train?

Travel time from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is estimated to be about 41m. Trains ensure the fastest time to travel by land. As normally there is no congestion, the speed of travel is more or less constant and stops at train stations are rather short, train is almost always one of the quickest and safest ways to get from Bangkok and Ayutthaya.

The most important thing that may affect train travel time is the type of train. Ordinary trains travel at a speed of about 40 mph or 65 km/h to 65 mph or 105 km/h. Some intercity trains with shorter distances between stations run slower than 40 mph. Even with these low speeds, it can still be faster than commuting by car, bus or taxi.

The speed of express trains can reach up to 100 mph or 160 km/h. Modern high-speed trains can run at speeds exceeding 250 mph or 400 km/h.

These speeds of travel together with relatively short stops between stations can greatly shorten the duration of your trip.

How much does it cost to get from Bangkok to Ayutthaya by Train?

The train ticket price from Bangkok to Ayutthaya varies depending on the types of trains or carriages available.

Some trains feature different types of carriages, seats and berths offering various amenities and level of comfort.

Basic passenger trains which are often non-air-conditioned and have wooden, hard or old seats are normally cheap. Premium or luxury trains and coaches have a higher ticket price but are equipped with air-conditioning, toilets, and large soft seats with sufficient legroom to make train rides comfortable.

Considering the distance travelled, train is the most affordable means of transport. Also, ticket prices include 2 or 3 bags – sometimes even more – per passenger.

Bangkok to Ayutthaya timetable

Trains are great for long-distance travel. Double-check your travel itinerary and use the Bangkok to Ayutthaya timetable above with train departure times and arrival times to find the best train for your route.

Best-Rated Companies for this Route

Unlike buses or taxis which have numerous companies offering their services, train service is usually offered by just one major company in each country. As railway service requires a large amount of infrastructure, most railway companies are government-owned and are a part of the national transport system.

One of the best advantages of travelling by train is that railway stations are often conveniently located within or very near major cities and urban areas. Immediately on arrival to their destination, travellers find themselves in close proximity to important facilities like hotels, supermarkets, and hospitals.

If you travel with a lot of bags and luggage, trains are your best option. Luggage weight limits on trains are rather flexible and allow you to carry multiple bags with you.

Special or luxury trains feature sufficient legroom which allows you to stretch your legs and relax. In comfort and space these train seats can be compared to business class airplane seats.

Similar to buses, trains can provide a variety of amenities to make your travel more comfortable and enjoyable. Modern trains have WIFI service, a snack counter and a drinking bar. Onboard toilets can be a life saver for travellers with queasy stomachs.

Lastly, unlike buses and other overland means of transport, trains are very rarely involved in accidents.