Travel from Ayutthaya to Bangkok

There are two ways to travel from Ayutthaya to Bangkok by public transport: by bus or by train. The fastest of these two options is to travel by bus.

Bus Times from Ayutthaya to Bangkok


There are currently 9 services a day from Ayutthaya to Bangkok available to book online.

AyutthayaBangkokCostCompanyArrival Point
07:0009:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
08:0010:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
09:0011:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
10:0012:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
11:0013:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
12:0014:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
15:0017:00140 THBWin 91 AyutthayaMochit New Van Terminal
16:3017:40320 THB12Go TransportDon Mueang Airport
16:3018:01320 THB12Go Transport12Go Makkasan Stational

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Departure from Ayutthaya


Win 91 Ayutthaya services from Ayutthaya to Bangkok depart from the Win 91 Ayutthaya bus stop on the Naresuan Road in Ayutthaya.

Google Map of the Ayutthaya Win 91 Ayutthaya bus stop

Arrival in Bangkok


Win 91 Ayutthaya services from Ayutthaya to Bangkok terminate at Morchit New Van Terminal, which is adjacent to Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal.

Google Map of Morchit New Van Terminal

About Travel to Bangkok


Win 91 Ayutthaya services, which are the cheapest and most frequent from Ayutthaya to Bangkok, terminate at new dedicated minivan terminal across a road from the massive Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal. The disadvantage of using this service is that neither the minivan station or the adjacent bus station is connected to Bangkok’s fast suburban train network, which are very popular with visitors to Bangkok as they are cheaper and often quicker than meter taxi services. From Morchit New Van Terminal you need to take a taxi or motorbike taxi to the nearest BTS (overhead trains) ot MRT (underground trains) station for onward travel. It’s a short trip to either Mo Chit BTS station or the nearby Chatuchak Park MRT station which on the meter should cost around 60 THB, although most visitors struggle to find a taxi which take them on the meter for this short trip.

The Giant Swing is one of Bangkok's most famous landmarks
The Giant Swing is one of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks

The more expensive 12Go Transport service from Ayutthaya to Bangkok is much more convenient in terms of where it drops off passengers. The first stop on route from Bangkok is Don Mueang Airport. From there the 12Go Transport service takes passengers to Makkassan Station, which is on the airport link line connecting Central Bangkok to Suvarnabhumi Airport. From Makkassan Station it’s very easy to travel to other parts of Central Bangkok. Makkassan Station is connected to Phetchaburi MRT station by a pedestrian walkway. From Phetchaburi MRT station it’s one stop from the Sukhumvit Road where you can interchange to the BTS network, or leave the transport network altogether and continue on foot towards the wide variety of hotels, restaurants and bars for which the Sukhumvit Road area of Bangkok is famous.

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