Ayodhara Village

56 Moo 6 Baan Koh, Pra Nakorn Si, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand
Ayodhara Village
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Forum Posts

From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by lmc2626

at 1pm coming from Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya, for elephant ride?
do I need to rent a car? can find public transpo? how much?
i understand 1.5hrs travel time, is it correct?

RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by expatbangkok

You can take a train, bus or boat or rent a car.

RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by vuzu

Never join any tour agencies for the 1 day Ayutthaya trip as you may miss out lots of highlights in the ruin sides.
Simply take a train from BKK railway station and it takes about 2hours to reach Ayutthaya, hire a tuk-tuk(or taxi if you can afford) to explore the beauty of Ayutthaya. There's numbers of tuk-tuk drivers waiting for your arrival in Ayutthaya.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/660c0/

RE: RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by expatbangkok

Yeah, tuk tuks are great. Fresh air, wind in your hair, black nostrils, smelly clothes, harassment from the driver, overcharging, no seatbelts, dangerous driving. Take a metre taxi.

RE: RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by lmc2626

well said to take taxi......:) i will try to let you know our iterinary later, then try to comment on that. thanks

RE: RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by vuzu

Well, if you intend to spend your afternoon after your grand palace visit and leave for ayutthaya after 2.00pm. I would say you will lead a very rush moment in the Ayutthaya. You probably need mininum 2~3 hours for your return on the road. If you're unlucky, you will have to spend 2hours on a single journey.
Do plan ahead in order to prevent any unneccesary rush in your thailand trip.
Am leaving for my thailand trip on next Feb.

Happy journey and thanks for your comments.

RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by lmc2626


I post our iterinary on my photo album, please feel free to see and comment on this on how we can maximize our time and travel, thanks a lot

RE: RE: From Grand Palace, how to go to Aruthaya

by Fernandocramos

Dear Vuzu,
I intend to do exactly as you said, go by train and comeback by boat,and while in Ayuthaia, rent a tuktuk or a taxi, but I have some questions.
What is the last time departure boat to BKK ?
Should I buy tickets in advance as soon I arrive in Ayuthaia ?
Are these boats that ones which lunch is included ?
How much would be hire a tuktuk or a taxi for the hole day ?
Do you know how much is the train and boat ticket ?
Thanks in advance
Fernando

Travel Tips for Ayuthaya

Buffet Thai Food

by machomikemd

most tours to Ayuthaya includes a buffet thai lunch and a boat ride back to Bangkok. The Sumptous lunch is very good and is very popular! it is included in the 1600 Baht price for the ayuthaya tour so enjoy various goodies like tom yung gang, thai fried rice, green chicken curry, spring rolls, catfish salad, etc. very sumptious and filling!

View from above

by herzog63

I don't remember the name of this Temple but it is one of the main ones that people visit. There are some beautiful views from the upper levels of the Temple. If you visit Ayuttaya chances are that you will visit this temple.

Cobra story

by herzog63

One evening I was sitting around in my friends house which is located out of the city so his house is near a small forest. He was telling me a story that had happened to him a month before I arrived. He and his family had gone for a family outing and left for the whole day. They thought that they had closed all of the doors to the house before leaving but accidentally left one small door in the kitchen open. (The kitchen is on the backside of the house near the forest) When they returned in the evening his wife went to the kitchen to prepare some food and as she turned the light on there was a Cobra right in the middle of the kitchen floor!! She screamed and ran for Wakin (my friend) and told him that there was a cobra in the kitchen! So he peeked around the corner and sure enough there was a mad Cobra sitting up in the kitchen. He didn't want anyone in his family getting bit so he had them all hide on one of the bedrooms as he was trying to figure out how to get rid of the serpent! He decided to call the police! The dispatcher just laughed at him because he is also a police officer! And he told him he should take care of it himself! He had his gun but didn't want to shot holes in his kitchen! So he gathered up some of his tools (hammers and wrenches) and went to the entrance of the kitchen holding a broom in one hand and a hammer in the other. He threw the hammer at the snake and missed it! So he grabbed another hammer and threw and that one was a direct hit! He killed it! Whew! As he told me the story I was thinking of all of the times that I have walked into his kitchen without turning on the light! My eyes were big and my sons eyes were even bigger as he told the story! About 10 minutes later I was thirsty and had recovered from listening to the story so I went to the kitchen to get some water. Continued .....

On the road from Bang-Pa-In to Ayutthaya

by suraphona

Flood in Ayutthaya
During Septenber/October 2002 Ayutthaya was under water.
This picture was taken on 8th October 2002 shown Bann Chang (Elephant Village), the place where usually more than 20 elephants near to the nature living.

* Updated 15th March 2003

train from Don Muang airport

by js77

You can take the train from Bangkok Don Muang airport. The 3rd class train (1 hour) cost only 8 baht. The train with no a/c was dirty and a little bit crowded, but this is the best way to meet local people and travel the way they are travelling.

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