By train the journey from Lamphun to Ayutthaya is scheduled to take from 9 to 12 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Lamphun to Ayutthaya
There are 5 direct train services a day from Lamphun to Ayutthaya.
- Fastest Train: Train #8 departing at 09:05 is scheduled to complete the journey from Lamphun to Ayutthaya in 9 hours 00 minutes.
- Slowest Train: Train #102 departing at 06:52 is scheduled to complete the journey from Lamphun to Ayutthaya in 12 hours 22 minutes.
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Sleeper berths are available on all trains except for Train #8 and Train #102 which both complete the journey by early evening anyway. First Class Sleeper berths are available on Train #14 and Train #10.
Ticket Prices from Lamphun to Ayutthaya
Train tickets purchased online for the journey from Lamphun to Ayutthaya are 166 THB to 167 THB more expensive than tickets purchased from a train station in Thailand.
|1st Class A/C Sleeper
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper
Paying more to book in advance online is recommended if you want to secure a 1st or 2nd Class Sleeper as these ticket types often sell out before the day of travel.
Location of Lamphun Railway Station
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Location of Ayutthaya Railway Station
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About Travel to Ayutthaya
The main attraction in Ayutthaya is its historical park, which was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage in 1991. Ayutthaya Railway Station is on the other side of the Pa Sak River and 4.4 km walking distance from Ayutthaya Historical Park. The easiest way to travel from the railway station to the historical park is to take one of the many tuk tuks which wait in front of the entrance to the station for passengers to arrive by train. Expect to pay 100 THB for the journey by tuk tuk from Ayutthaya Railway Station to Ayutthaya Historical Park.
Ayutthaya Historical Park cover an area of 2.89 square kilometres on Ayutthaya Island, which is the central part of the city which bounded on all four sides by rivers. The park features 13 temples, an elephant camp, a site upon which a Japanese settlement was once located, and a historical study centre.
There is no entrance fee for the historical park as a whole, but rather charges for each of the attraction which need to be paid individually. Entrance to each of the temples costs 50 THB for foreign visitors. The most popular of the three temples are Wat Phra Si Samphet, which features three large pointed towers in a row, Wat Maha Tat, famous for the head of a statue of the Lord Buddha engulfed by the roots of a tree, and Wat Phra Ram, which features a large and ornately decorated central tower.