There are 12 operators that run from Ayutthaya to Bangkok. If you decide to take a Minivan, you can take the Standard, VIP, and Economy option.
There is 1 operator that run from Ayutthaya to Bangkok. If you decide to take a Train, you can take the Second Class Seat Fan and Second Class Seat option.
There are 7 operators that run from Ayutthaya to Bangkok. If you decide to take a Car, you can take the Economy, Standard, and SUV option.
Bangkok should be at the top of every Southeast Asia traveler’s list. A city that manages to be futuristic and ancient at the same time, it offers a dazzling array of experiences. You can explore authentic street life and markets, visit thousand-year-old temples, and stay in modern luxury for next to nothing, all during the same trip.
Bangkok is Thailand’s main transportation hub, from where you can travel by train, plane and bus to major destinations including Phuket, Phang Nga and Chiang Mai as well as the neighboring countries of Myanmar, Laos and Malaysia. From Bangkok you can also take the Eastern and Oriental Express train to Singapore - considered one of the world’s most iconic train journeys.
Bangkok is 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Ayutthaya. By shared minivan, the journey takes 2 hours and costs $5 per person one-way. Vehicles are modern and air-conditioned, and depart throughout the day. By private minivan, the journey takes 1 - 2 hours. Prices start at around $79. Private taxis start at around $58 for a car for 3 passengers.
The journey takes you on major roads, passing briefly through the countryside outside of Ayutthaya before entering Bangkok through its northern suburbs.
Taking a minivan
Several different companies operate minivans on this route, which are modern vehicles with AC and comfortable seating. Shared minivans are the most affordable and the best option if you are a solo traveler. Bear in mind though, that if you have several big bags, you might be asked to purchase a separate seat.
Shared minivans run throughout the day so you can leave pretty much when you want. Private minivans are a better choice if you’re in a large group or a family.
Taking a private car
If you want to travel in air-conditioned privacy, then you can hire a car and driver to take you from Ayutthaya to Bangkok. There are several vehicle options, from Standard and Economy Cars to SUVs. You can arrange to be collected from any location in Ayutthaya, and taken to your hotel in Bangkok or on to Suvarnabhumi or Don Mueang Airports.
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Second Class Seat Fan train by Thai Railway starting at US$2
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MINIVAN: Mama Tour & Travel | Team Holiday | Thai Happy Taxi | Thai Sriram | Taxi Good | Khao San Tara Tour | Glassflower | Win 91 Ayutthaya | Taxi Tour Service | Thailand Limo by Datum | Kim Transfer Thailand | MCC Van
CAR: Team Holiday | Thai Happy Taxi | Taxi Good | Taxi Tour Service | Thailand Limo by Datum | Kim Transfer Thailand | MCC Van
TRAIN: Thai Railway