The most convenient way is by a taxi. It takes around 1.5
hours and costs 1,200 - 1,500 Baht inclusive of toll fees.
A taxi stand is located outside the passenger terminal on Level 1 (Ground Level).
(See details from http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/52).
From the Hua Lamphong Railway
Station to Ayutthaya
A train from Hua Lamphong to Ayutthaya can
be on either a northern line or a northeastern line.
In downtown Bangkok, you may take a BTS (Sky Train) to the
Victory Monument Station and get a van to Ayutthaya from
there. But because the area is a big junction for various
mass transportations, you may have to ask any van driver
to help you locate a parking spot for the Ayutthaya van.
You may consider this option only if your luggage is not
too big because a van is shared among 10-12 passengers.
It costs 70 Baht per person.
From downtown Bangkok to
Ayutthaya by Bus
You may take a bus from the Bangkok Bus Terminal Chatuchak
to Ayutthaya. When telling a taxi driver, you may use another
welknown name of Mor Chit 2 (or “Mor Chit Song” in Thai).
Please call the Call Center at 1490 to check for bus schedules.
A ticket costs around 50 Baht per person.
From downtown Ayutthaya
to Luang Chumni Village
Either from the Ayutthaya Railway Station or the Ayutthaya
Van/Bus Stop, you can hire a motor tricycle (tuk tuk) to
take you to our home at 40-50 Baht. You may bring along
our directional map to show to the driver.
You may bring along this local map with you to help in communication
with a taxi driver to get to our home.
Luang Chumni Village is located between a
main road called “Rojana Road” and a local road called “Soi
Chokesetti”. We have entrance on both roads. You can ask a taxi
driver to get into our home by either direction.
Luang Chumni Village : Bed and Breakfast ( B&B
) in Ayutthaya, Thailand