By train the journey from Si Sa Ket to Ayutthaya is scheduled to take from 4 to 6 hours depending upon which train you take.
Trains Times from Si Sa Ket to Ayutthaya
There are 8 direct trains per day from Si Sa Ket to Ayutthaya.
- Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
|Train||Si Sa Ket||Ayutthaya||Service|
- The fastest train is Train #22 departing from Si Sa Ket at 15:31 and arriving in Ayutthaya at 21:41 which is a scheduled journey time of 6 hours 10 minutes.
- The slowest direct train from Si Sa Ket to Bangkok is Train #136 departing from Si Sa Ket at 08:04 and arriving in Ayutthaya 8 hours 32 minutes later at 16:36.
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Ticket Prices from Si Sa Ket to Ayutthaya
Booking a ticket online from Si Sa Ket to Ayutthaya is 30 THB to 140 THB more expensive per ticket than buying a ticket at a train station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,304 THB||1,164 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||758 THB||677 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seat||557 THB||497 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Seat||321 THB||287 THB|
|3rd Class Fan Seat||217 THB||187 THB|
Paying slightly more to book in advance online saves you the inconvenience of needing change your travel plans because seats are not available on the day of travel for the train of your choice. As a general rule the better the seat type the earlier it will be fully booked, especially First Class A/C Sleeper berths.
Si Sa Ket Train Station
Ayutthaya Train Station
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About Travel to Ayutthaya
The main reason for most visitors to come to Ayutthaya is to visit its Historical Park, which has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is well preserved as a consequence. Ayutthaya was the capital city of Thailand from 1351 until 1757, and is believed to have been the largest city in the World during the earlier part of the 1700s with trading links to countries as far away as Japan and Europe. During Ayutthaya’s heyday a lot of large temples were built in the city and it is the ruins of these large temples which tourists come to see. Ayutthaya’s Historical Park is located in the centre of the city and covers an area of 2.89 square kilometres. Inside the Historical Park itself are 13 temples, a former Japanese settlement, an elephant park and a small study centre. There is no entrance fee to the park as whole but there is a fee of 50 THB per person (only charged to foreign visitors) to enter each of the temples. If you are short on time then the three most interesting temples to visit are Wat Phra Si Samphet, Wat Maha Tat and Wat Phra Ram.
Ayutthaya Railway Station is located 3.8 km by road from Ayutthaya Historical Park. The easiest way to complete that journey to take a tuk tuk from outside the front of the station, there are normally lots of tuk tuks waiting for passengers, direct to the Historical Park. The fare, which needs to be agreed in advance, normally costs around 100 THB. After completing a visit to the Historical Park most visitors will travel onto Bangkok in the mid afternoon or take an overnight train to Chiang Mai as Ayutthaya is not particularly popular for overnight stays.