Ayutthaya to kanchanaburi

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These trains also stop in Nakhon Pathom at and and the fare is baht no matter where you board. Trains return to Bangkok from the main Kanchanaburi Station at and Trains also continue northwest along the Death Railway, terminating at Nam Tokā€”see Exploring Kanchanaburi by train for details.

Motorbike taxis, tuk tuks and songthaews all stand ready to take you any place in town for 40 to baht. Fares include: Ayutthaya: A tourist minibus departs at for baht and takes around four hours; it can only be booked through travel agents and picks up passengers at their accommodation.

Make a transfer in Suphanburi to reach Ayutthaya for cheaper. Minibuses depart every half-hour in the same timeframe for baht. The trip takes three to four hours. Regular buses depart at and for 94 to baht. Chiang Mai: First-class buses depart at and for baht; and a VIP bus departs at for baht.

The trip takes around 12 hours and also services Kamphaeng Phet, Tak and Lampang. Erawan Waterfall: Local buses depart hourly from to for 50 baht and take 1. The last bus back to Kanchanaburi leaves Erawan at Hua Hin: Minibuses depart hourly from to for baht, take at least three hours and also service Phetchaburi and Cha-am.

The price to Hua Hin is baht if booking through a travel agent and will include pick up at your accommodation. Nong Khai: A first-class bus departs at for baht; and a VIP bus departs at for baht. The trip takes around 12 hours. Pum Nam Ron Burma border crossing : A mix of old blue buses and minibuses run to this little-used border crossing roughly once every two hours from to and take up to two hours. Minibuses or shared taxis to Dawei are available on the Burma side, but we don't suggest crossing later than early afternoon.

To use this crossing you must have a valid paper Burma visa e-visas are not accepted and day passes are not available. Ratchaburi: Regular and air-con buses depart several times per hour from to for 50 to 70 baht and take around two hours. Make a transfer here if heading to Amphawa or elsewhere in Samut Songkhram province.

Rayong: First-class buses depart at , and for baht and take at least six hours. Make a transfer here if heading to Ko Samet. Sangkhlaburi: Regular and first-class buses depart at least once per hour from to for 80 to baht and take around five hours, making a stop in Thong Pha Phum. Minibuses depart hourly from to for baht. Suphanburi: Regular and air-con buses depart at least twice per hour from to for 50 to 70 baht and take around two hours. In addition, travel agencies can arrange private transfers by taxi or van to just about anywhere in Thailand. Orange songthaews cruise up and down Sangchuto and Mae Nam Khwae Road and supposedly charge 10 to 20 baht per ride, but they also serve as regular taxis and drivers often charge 40 baht per person for a ride from Mae Nam Khwae Road to the bus station.

They can be arranged for day trips to outlying attractions as well. Kanchanaburi also has plenty of motorbike taxis and tuk tuks at the transport stations. While not terrible for walking, the city is several kilometres long from north to south and best explored by bicycle. Yanee is a long-running spot located just north of Blue Star Guesthouse on Mae Nam Khwae Road that rents out pushbikes for 50 baht per day.

Several other travel offices and guesthouses also rent bicycles. Yanee is also one of many places on Mae Nam Khwae Road renting out motorbikes for to baht per day. How to get to and from: Kanchanaburi. Top of .

Ayutthaya to kanchanaburi

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