Trains leave Bangkok 's Hualampong Railway Station (Tel: 223-7010, 223-7020 for timetables and fares), daily, every hour, from 4.30 AM until 11:25 PM. The trip takes 80 minutes to Bang Pa-In, and 90 minutes to Ayutthaya .
Direct Bangkok-Ayutthaya airconditoned buses leave Bangkok 's Northern Bus Terminal on Phaholyothin Road (Tel: 272-5299, 292-5242 for fares and further details) every 30 minutes between 6.00 AM and 7.00 PM. The trip takes 90 minutes. Non-airconditioned buses make the same trip in approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Certain Bangkok operators offer daily river cruises to and from Bang Pa -In with return journeys by coach. Details of curreent trips and fares may be obtained from TAT offices in Bangkok and Ayutthaya.
Transportation in Ayutthaya
Mini-buses can be taken from the Railway station into town. Fares are approximately 5 baht per person. Ferries can be taken from the pier near the railway station across the Pasak River. The fare is 2 baht. Hiring a mini-bus or tuk-tuk (3-wheeled vehicle) within Ayuuhaya costs from 300 to 500 baht per day. Bicycles can be rented for about 50 baht per day.