By train the journey from Ayutthaya to Buri Ram is scheduled to take between 5 hours and 6 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Ayutthaya to Buri Ram
There are six daily train services from Ayutthaya to Buri Ram.
- The fastest train from Bangkok to Buri Ram is Train #21 departing at 06:59 from Ayutthaya and arriving in Buri Ram at 11:34, a scheduled journey time of 4 hours 35 minutes.
- The slowest train is Train #141, which is scheduled to arrive in Buri Ram 6 hours 13 minutes after departing from Ayutthaya.
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Ticket Prices to Buri Ram
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,188 THB||1,061 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||706 THB||605 THB|
|2nd Fan Seat||270 to 314 THB||240 to 280 THB|
|3rd Fan Seat||196 THB||166 THB|
Train tickets for the journey from Ayutthaya to Buri Ram purchased online cost from 30 THB to 127 THB more than they would if purchased directly from a train station in Thailand. Paying more to buy tickets online in advance, however, ensures that the seat type of your choice is available on the train which fits in best with your travel plans.
Location of Ayutthaya Train Station
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Location of Buri Ram Train Station
About Travel to Buri Ram
Buri Ram is a relatively large city with over 200,000 permanent residents. The city is best known in Thailand for being the home of the Thai Premiership’s most successful football team, Buriram United Football Club. The city of Buri Ram itself holds little of interest to most foreign visitors and the facilities in the city for foreign visitors are not particularly good compared to other major cities in the region, such as Udon Thai, but nonetheless considerably better than those in the surrounding area which is comprised of lots of villages and small towns. One thing that does attract foreign visitors to Buri Ram are the Khmer style temples in the area. Buri Ram is close to Cambodia and the influence of the Khmer culture on the province is obvious. These temples were constructed from around the 10th to 13th Centuries which was the golden age for the Khmer people during the Angkor regime, when temple building across the region was at its most wide wide spread.
There are lots of Khmer style temples to explore in and around Buri Ram, the best of these, Phanom Rung and Prasat Hin Mueang Tam, are located 64 km to the south of Buri Ram. There is little accommodation near these historical sites so if you plan to stay overnight then the closest option is to stay in Buri Ram. The best known hotels in Buri Ram are the Jintana Resort Hotel and the Ray Hotel Buriram. The most lively place to go out in the evening in Buri Ram is the The Square on Thanon Ramburi which features a cluster of bars, restaurants, discos and music venues catering mainly to a Thai clientele.