By train the journey from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya is scheduled to take from 3 to 6 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya
There are currently 7 direct train services a day from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya.
- Fastest Train: Train #8 departing from Phitsanulok at 14:44 is scheduled to complete the journey in 3 hours 21 minutes making it the fastest service on this route.
- Slowest Train: The slowest service is the 10:03 departure on Train #112 which takes 5 hours 55 minutes to complete the journey, arriving in Ayutthaya at 15:58.
Train Tickets from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya
Use the Search Box below to buy your train tickets from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya.
The State Railways of Thailand no longer requires printed tickets for train travel. If you book through the Search Box above a ticket will be sent to you by e-mail which you can show to the conductor on a mobile phone or a computer screen. Alternatively, you can print out your tickets yourself to show to the train staff.
Ticket Prices from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya
Train tickets from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya cost 30 to 156 THB more purchased online than they do purchased at a train station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,458 THB||1,302 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||969 THB||865 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seat||353 THB||315 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Seat||275 THB||245 THB|
|3rd Class Fan Seat||198 THB||168 THB|
The advantage of paying more to book online is that you can secure the seat type of choice on the train that is most convenient for you. For 3rd Class Fan seats there is normally no need to book online. However, booking in advance is recommended for air-conditioned seats or sleeper berths as these seat types often sell out in advance of the day of travel.
Phitsanulok Train Station
Read more about Phitsanulok Railway Station.
Ayutthaya Train Station
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About Travel to Ayutthaya
The train journey from Phitsanulok to Ayutthaya is relatively short with pleasant scenery on route and we therefore recommend taking one of the day time trains. The journey is too short for a full night’s sleep, and if you travel at night you cannot see the striking scenery of the Central Region of Thailand with its endless vistas of rice fields periodically punctuated with villages, town and temples, most notably Lop Buri’s famous monkey temple. Travelling by day also enables visitors to avoid long waits from the time they check out of their hotel until the time they are permitted to check into the next one.
The main reason why most leisure travellers come to Ayutthaya is to visit its Historical Park, which is on the other side of the river from the train station in the south west corner of what is known as Ayutthaya Island, on account of its being bounded on all 4 sides by rivers and canals. By road the Historical Park is 4 km from Ayutthaya Railway Station, and if you take one of the many tuk-tuks which wait outside the front of the station the journey should cost you around 100 THB. The Historical Park covers an area of 2.89 square kilometres and features 13 old temples, an elephant park, a study centre and the remains of a 16th Century Japanese settlement. You do not need to pay to enter the Historical Park as a whole, but this is a separate fee for each of the attractions. Entrance to each of the temples costs 50 THB per person. The three most popular temples to visit are: Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, and Wat Phra Ram