Train Travel from Ayutthaya to Udon Thani

By train the journey from Ayutthaya to Udon Thani is scheduled to take between 7 hours 13 minutes and 8 hours 39 minutes depending upon which train you take. The best train on this route is Train #25 which uses the newer type of passenger carriages.

Train Times to Udon Thani


There are four daily train services from Ayutthaya to Udon Thani.

TrainAyutthayaUdon ThaniService
7509:4216:55Express
7720:0403:30Express
2521:4105:39Special Express
13322:1806:57Rapid
  • The fastest service is Train #75 departing at 09:42 from Ayutthaya Train Station and scheduled to arrive at Udon Thani Train Station 7 hours 13 minutes later at 16:55.
  • The slowest service is Train #133 departing from Ayutthaya at 22:18 and scheduled to arrive in Udon Thani at 07:55 the next day, a journey of 8 hours 39 minutes.

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Ticket Prices to Udon Thani


Seat TypeOnline PriceStation Price
2nd Class A/C Sleeper1,052 THB926 THB
2nd Fan Seat370 THB196 THB

Train tickets for the journey from Ayutthaya to Udon Thani purchased online cost from 126 THB to 174 THB more than they would if purchased directly from a train station in Thailand. The advantage of paying more to book online is that you can guarantee that you secure the right seat type on the train of your choosing. Sleeper berths in particular often sell out in advance of the travel.

Location of Ayutthaya Station


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Location of Udon Thani Station


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About Udon Thani


Udon Thani is a lively town with a city centre population of over 130,000 permanent residents. The busiest part of the city, and the most popular with foreign visitors, is around the railway station. Next to the railway station are several busy night markets and a short walk from there is the Samphan Thamit Alley which has lot of bars, restaurants and hotels catering principally to foreign visitors. The city centre itself has a limited number of tourist attractions. The main temple in the city, Wat Pothisomphon, is worth visiting as is Nong Prajak Park with its incongruous giant yellow plastic ducks floating in a boating lake. The main attraction of the city centre to foreign visitors is the lively authentically Thai atmosphere and the city’s shops and other amenities which are much better than those available in much of the rest of the North Eastern Region of Thailand 

Nong Prajak Park in the centre of Udon Thani
Nong Prajak Park in the centre of Udon Thani

The two major tourist attractions in Udon Thani Province are some distance from the city centre and you need to work hard to reach them by public transport if you do not have your own vehicle, which is why they not visited as much by foreign tourists as other attractions in Thailand:

  • Ban Chiang National Museum: Musuem dedicated to the hugely important archaeological finds in Ban Chiang Village which redefined our understanding of early civilisation in the region. 50 km from Udon Thani city centre.
  • Wat Kham Chanot: Quirky temple 88 km by road to the north east of Udon Thani city centre. Few foreign visitors make it to this temple which is hugely popular with Thai visitors. Wat Kham Chanot is, according to local legend, the home of the mythical naga with a portal to the under world from whence the naga came located in the grounds of the temple. Part of the temple is in a forested area believed to be inhabited by ghosts where Thai mystics conduct mass blessings of visitors. 

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