By train the journey from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya is scheduled to take from 4 to 6 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Trains Times from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya
There are currently 6 direct trains per day from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya.
- The fastest train is Train #22 departing from Buri Ram at 17:15 and arriving in Ayutthaya at 21:41 which is a scheduled journey time of 4 hours 27 minutes.
- The slowest direct train from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya is Train #136 departing from Buri Ram at 10:27 and arriving in Ayutthaya 6 hours 09 minutes later at 16:36.
Buy Tickets from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya
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We recommend completing this journey in the day time as the scenery on route is spectacular. The train passes by a large lake and goes through a hilly area between Nakhon Ratachasima and Ayutthaya. In terms of what you can see from the train in Thailand, sections of this journey are second only to the popular journey from Bangkok to Chiang Mai.
Ticket Prices from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya
Booking a ticket online from Buri Ram to Ayutthaya costs from 30 THB to 127 THB more than it does buying the same train ticket at a train station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,188 THB||1,061 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||706 THB||630 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Seat||270 THB||240 THB|
|3rd Class Fan Seat||196 THB||166 THB|
The two advantages of buying a ticket online are not having to queue for a ticket at a train station, and being able to guarantee the availability of the ticket type of your choice on the day you want to travel.
Buri Ram Train Station
Ayutthaya Train Station
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About Travel to Ayutthaya
The main attraction in Ayutthaya is its city centre Historical Park, which is located 4 km the west of Ayutthaya Railway Station on the other side of the Pa Sak River. It’s too far to comfortably walk from the railway station to the Historical Park so we recommend that visitors take a tuk-tuk. Tuk-tuks wait outside the railway station in large numbers and they charge around 100 THB for the journey to the Historical Park.
Ayutthaya Historical Park covers an area of 2.89 square kilometres and contains 13 temples, an elephant camp, a study centre and what was once a Japanese settlement. With the exception of the study centre and the elephant park, the attractions within the Historical Park date back to period from 1351 until 1767 when Ayutthaya was the capital city of Thailand and one of the largest cities in the world. Ayutthaya’s position as one of the most important cities in South East Asia came to end in 1767 when military forces from neighbouring Burma invaded and took over the city. Much of the city was ransacked by the Burmese, including the temples, and the majority of the Buddha statues in the temples at Ayutthaya Historical Park have been decapitated in a blatant show of force by the Burmese, who were also Buddhists. Of the 13 temples in Ayutthaya Hisotrical Park the three most interesting are Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Mahathat and Wat Phra Ram. Entrance to each of the temples costs 50 THB payable as you enter.