Wednesday, June 19, 2013
There are a number of ways to get to Ayutthaya as follow:
From Bangkok, you may drive along Highway No. 1 (Phaholyothin rd.). You will pass Pratunam Pra-in and enter Highway No. 32 which lead to Ayutthaya Province.
Highway No. 304 is another option from Jangwatthana rd. (or Highway No. 302 from Ngamwongwarn rd.). You will need to turn right to Highway No. 306 on Tiwanon rd. and cross Nonthaburi Bridge (Nuanchawii Bridge) to Prathumthani Province. Follow the Highway of Prathumthani-Samkoke-Sena (Highway No. 3111) and turn right at Sena City to enter Highway No. 3263 which will lead you to Ayutthaya Province.
The last option is to go on Bangkok-Nonthaburi-Prathumthani Highway (Highway No. 306). When you get to Prathumthani Bridge intersection, you will need to turn to Highway No. 347 which will take you through Bang-pra-in City in Ayutthaya Province.
You may choose to take the public bus from Bangkok Transportation Center (North-East Station on Kumpangphet 2 rd.) There are buses with or without aircon depart the station many times daily. Please call (+66) (02)936-2852-66 for more information.
You may also choose to get to Ayutthaya by train. Any trains that head to Northern and North-East part of Thailand is the ones you can catch. All the train will pass Bang-pra-in City, Pranakorn Sri Ayutthaya City and Wachee City. Please call Bangkok Railway Transportation Service Center at (+66) (02)223-7010 or (+66) (02)223-7020 for more information.
This is one of the most popular ways to get to Ayutthaya. It is the best option if you want to get a good sight seeing experience of our native Thai living style while you are travelling along Jaopraya River. You will get the idea of how this part of Thailand was once one of the world most centric trading place in the past. Please contact us at (+66) (035)252-578 for further help.
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