AC Min-Bus is a convenient & cost effective way to commute from Aautthaya to Bangkok, Thailand

From Bangkok to Ayutthaya, we opted for train journey and while we had head back, we chose Mini-van. But it was not that easy to figure out details of Mini-vans running between Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Above that it's was even harder to figure out the boarding places. This blogpost is about more details about these Mini-vans running between Ayutthaya & other cities of Thailand like Bankgok & other regions. We will share about fare of one seat, how bags/luggage is charged.   Related Blogpost - Birds of Ayuthhaya || 10-Day Vacation in Thailand (Day 4)

From Bangkok to Ayutthaya, we opted for train journey and while we had head back, we chose Mini-van. But it was not that easy to figure out details of Mini-vans running between Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Above that it's was even harder to figure out the boarding places. This blogpost is about more details about these Mini-vans running between Ayutthaya & other cities of Thailand like Bankgok & other regions. We will share about fare of one seat, how bags/luggage is charged. 


Related Blogpost from Bangkok, Thailand - Bangkok Flower Market - Pak Khlong Talat, Thailand    What is the location of Mini-Van station in Ayutthaya : Hua Ro, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand    Related Blogpost from Thailand - Train Journey from Bangkok to Aayutthaya in Thailand  There are Mini-Vans for Bangkok at every 2 hours and if you are lucky you may not need to wait for a long. If Mini-van gets full, they start early and arrange extra on the basis of inflow of commuters/tourists/travelers.     Related Blogpost : Chiang Mai Nightlife - Some of the best & diverse experiences in Thailand   Cost of Mini-van from Ayutthaya to Bangkok - It costed us 70 Bahts per person and if you have bigger bags, they are chargeable on the basis of seat they occupy. We had a big bag which was placed on 3rd seat and hence we paid 210 Bahts for 2 people and a big bag.    Related Blog-post : Buddha in the Banyan Tree and other temples at Ayuthhaya || 10-day vacation in Thailand (Day-3 Continued)    This Mini-van journey from Aytthaya to Bangkok takes 1.5 hours and it's a very comfortable journey as well as cost effective.     Related Blogpost - Google App for Cheaper & Reliable Commute in Thailand   Air-conditioned Mini-Vans also run between Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Victory Monument (on the BTS line) is a place to find mini-vans to Ayutthaya. The minivans, cost about 100 baht. They start when they are full and max wait time to get the mini-van full is 30 minutes.  Related Blog-post : Bhubing Palace or Hmong Tribal village - Which one to pick for exploration along with Doi Suthep   Taxi from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is roughly 1000 baht, but if you negotiate for him to drive you there, drive you around and drive you back you can get it for around 2500THB.  Related Blog-post : Kata Beach, Beach walks, Thai Food & lot more at Phuket || 10-Day Vacation in Thailand (Day 5)  The bus takes around 90 minutes from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. Buses leave from Mo Chit station at the frequency of 2 hours.  The bus will  cost around 50THB  (less than $2). The tricky thing is location of Mo Chit bus stand, so opt for the options only if you are around otherwise you will spend more time and money to reach the bus stand.  Related Blog-post : Charming Thai-style Homestay, Authentic Thai food & Ayuthhaya Travel tips || 10-Day Vacation in Thailand (Day 3)  Related Blogpost - Temple on the Hill, Tribe in the forest, and more in Chiang Mai || 10-Day Vacation in Thailand (Day 2)  Related Blogpost from Thailand - ChinaTown Market - One of the popular shopping places in Bangkok, Thailand  Related Blog-post : Khao San Road - One of the most happening Nightlife places in Bangkok  Related Blogpost : Chiang Mai Weekend Market and Various Wats || 10-Day Vacation in Thailand (Day 1)  Related Blog-post : Doi Suthep - Best place in Chiang Mai to explore Thai Temple, Aerial views of the City and some Hiking   Related Blogpost - Chatuchak Market, Bangkok - The Largest Market of Thailand  Related Blogpost : Top 10 Tips to better plan your Island Hopping Tour in Phuket, Thailand   Related Blogpost from Thailand : The famous ‘Buddha head in the Tree roots’ in Wat Phra Mahathat, Aayutthaya

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What is the location of Mini-Van station in Ayutthaya : Hua Ro, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand

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There are Mini-Vans for Bangkok at every 2 hours and if you are lucky you may not need to wait for a long. If Mini-van gets full, they start early and arrange extra on the basis of inflow of commuters/tourists/travelers. 


Cost of Mini-van from Ayutthaya to Bangkok - It costed us 70 Bahts per person and if you have bigger bags, they are chargeable on the basis of seat they occupy. We had a big bag which was placed on 3rd seat and hence we paid 210 Bahts for 2 people and a big bag.


This Mini-van journey from Aytthaya to Bangkok takes 1.5 hours and it's a very comfortable journey as well as cost effective. 


Air-conditioned Mini-Vans also run between Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Victory Monument (on the BTS line) is a place to find mini-vans to Ayutthaya. The minivans, cost about 100 baht. They start when they are full and max wait time to get the mini-van full is 30 minutes.


Taxi from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is roughly 1000 baht, but if you negotiate for him to drive you there, drive you around and drive you back you can get it for around 2500THB.


The bus takes around 90 minutes from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. Buses leave from Mo Chit station at the frequency of 2 hours.  The bus will  cost around 50THB  (less than $2). The tricky thing is location of Mo Chit bus stand, so opt for the options only if you are around otherwise you will spend more time and money to reach the bus stand.









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