There are two way to travel from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai:
- By train to Phitsanulok and then connecting bus to Sukhothai.
- By direct bus from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai.
Travelling by direct bus is the faster of the two options.
Bus Times from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai
There are 7 direct bus services a day from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai which you can book online.
|07:30||13:30||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|09:30||15:30||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|11:30||17:30||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|19:10||01:10||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|20:30||02:30||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|22:00||04:00||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
|23:00||05:00||630 THB||Tour with Thai|
- This journey commences with a tuk tuk transfer to the bus station to board a large air-conditioned bus, with on board toilet, for the journey to Sukhothai.
Buy Tickets from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai
Use the Search Box below to buy tickets from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai.
- Before boarding the bus you need to exchange your electronic travel voucher for a ticket at the Tour with Thai office in Ayutthaya town centre.
Departure from Ayutthaya
The service to Sukhothai depart from the Tour with Thai Office located at 10/29 Naresaun Soi 2, Tambon Hua Ro, Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000.
Arrival in Sukhothai
About Sukhothai Historical Park
Sukhothai Historical Park is a vast historical site covering around 70 square kilometres with 193 dilapidated buildings to explore, although the central part of the park is a smaller walled town area with a moat which covers 3.2 square kilometres. The park is open every day from 08:30 to 18:00 and there is an admission fee of 100 THB for each of five zones within the park. Because the park is so large many visitors choose to rent a bicycle to get around and there is an additional charge of 10 THB for taking a bicycle into each of the zones.
Sukhothai Historical Park contains the ruins of the capital city of what was, arguably, the forerunner of the Kingdom of Thailand. The Kingdom of Sukhothai existed as an independent state from 1238 until 1438 and controlled a significant part of what is modern day Thailand, with territory stretching as far south as Nakhon Si Thammarat. The era of the Sukhothai Kingdom is notable for its impressive artwork, including the distinctive Buddha statues with square heads and large eyes. In and amongst the temples which were founded during the era of the Sukhothai Kingdom are older temples, such as Wat Si Sawai and Wat Phra Phai Luang, which were originally built as Hindu temples when the area was under the control of the Khmer Empire.