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Bangkok - Ayutthaya from 50.00 THB

Route Bangkok — Ayutthaya

Bangkok - Ayutthaya

How to Get to Ayutthaya from Bangkok by Bus

Bangkok to Ayutthaya is one of the most sought-after travel routes in Thailand. Ticket.co.th offers you exciting options for traveling by bus from Bangkok to Ayutthaya . We offer Bangkok-Ayutthaya buses from Air Aran Pattana, one of the leading bus carriers of Thailand. Bangkok-Ayutthaya bus fare costs 58 Baht.

Buses from Bangkok to Ayutthaya operate approximately every 20 minutes starting as early as 5:00 in the morning till about 10:30 AM. By bus, Bangkok to Ayutthaya takes around 1 hour 10 minutes.

Buses from Bangkok to Ayutthaya leave from the Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (Mor Chit 2), which is the biggest bus station in Bangkok. It is located near the well-known Chatuchak Weekend Market and is also in close proximity to the BTS Mor Chit and MRT Chatuchak. In Ayutthaya, the buses drop you at the Amphur Wang Noi Bus Station.

About Ayutthaya

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, in short Ayutthaya, is about 85 Km north of Bangkok. Ayutthaya is an island where three rivers meet – Chao Phraya River, the Lopburi River and the Pa Sak River. The renowned historic ruins of the Ayutthaya Kingdom have made this place among one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in Thailand. A majority of temple ruins are at the northwestern side of the island.

Tips for Travelers

Travelling from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is faster by bus than by a train, which can take you around 2 hours as opposed to 1 to 1.5 hours by bus. If you are a cautious traveler, we recommend that you book your tickets well in advance to avoid any discrepancies. You can easily book bus tickets from BKK to Ayutthaya at Tickets.co.th up to 3 months in advance. E-tickets will be e-mailed to you within 5 minutes of booking. We recommend that you print your e-ticket before arriving at the bus station.

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