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The Express 75/75 operated by the State Railway of Thailand is a long-distance train running from Bangkok to Nong Khai offering easy access to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Express Train is a convenient way to get to Ayutthaya, as it is located just 85 km north of Bangkok and it can be reached within 1 hour 30 minutes. There are many trains connecting Bangkok to Ayutthaya but in terms of schedule we recommend the Express 75/76, departing in the morning and returning in the afternoon, making it convenient for travellers to visit Ayutthaya Historical Park and return to the capital in the same day.
Tickets for the Bangkok – Ayutthaya route do not sell out, as ticket sale opens 1-2 days in advance, but if you decide to purchase your tickets at the station right before departure, seats are not guaranteed and you may have to travel standing in Third class throughout the whole journey.
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State Railway of Thailand (SRT) train serviceThe State Railway of Thailand or SRT is the national railway operator of Thailand, with many lines running throughout the country converging in Bangkok.
The Northeastern Line operates a wide range of trains and travel classes. The Express 75/76 is a daily service between Bangkok and Nong Khai: the Express 75 departs at 08:20 from Bangkok and arrives at 09:41 to Ayutthaya, and the Express 76 departs at 07:00 from Nong Khai, passes through Ayutthaya at 15:35 and arrives to Bangkok at 17:10. Both Express services offer Second class Seat (A/C) and Third class Seat.
This article first appeared on www.baolau.com
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