7 Best Rated Private Tours From Bangkok to Ayutthaya

If you’re searching for the best private tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, you’ve come to the right place! We can vouch for all the tours in this guide because we lived in Bangkok and have done Ayutthaya day trips on multiple occasions. So we know what makes a great tour!!

Private day tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya aren’t cheap, so we do a lot of research to find the best prices while always choosing the best rated Ayutthaya day trip tours. We can personally guarantee that what is on this list are the best tours with the highest guest review score and best prices.

Best Private Tour From Bangkok to Ayutthaya

No time to read the full article? Book this Private 10 hour Bangkok to Ayutthaya tour – it has a near perfect rating from over 350 reviews!! And also includes Free lunch and hotel pick-up/drop-off!!

Not what you’re looking for? Don’t worry there are 6 more private tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya to choose from including: private tours only to Ayutthaya, tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya that include other places like floating markets and train markets along the way and even a customizable tour.

Know Before You Go

a 42 meter laying Buddha and tourists taking photos at Ayutthaya. How to get to Ayutthaya from Bangkok

Before getting into the list of Private Ayutthaya tours from Bangkok, there’s a few things you should know like how far is Ayutthaya from Bangkok, how to get there, and most importantly what to wear.

How far is Ayutthaya from Bangkok?

The ancient city of Ayutthaya is approximately 90 km (56 miles) from Bangkok. And getting there takes around 90 minutes by car.

What is the best way to visit Ayutthaya?

If you’re visiting Ayutthaya as a foreign tourist, the easiest, safest and most convenient way is by tour. Booking a tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya means all the confusing and time consuming logistical aspects are handled by the tour operator which makes for a more enjoyable trip.

Other options to get to Ayutthaya from Bangkok are by bus or by train. But both these options are more time consuming. Or an alternative is or by private transfer but may work out more expensive than a tour.

What to wear for Ayutthaya?

While Ayutthaya doesn’t enforce a strict dress code of covering knees and shoulders like at temples within Bangkok City, it’s always a good idea to have a scarf with you to cover up as a form of respect.

Top 3 Picks: Private Bangkok to Ayutthaya Tours

The temple ruins at Ayutthaya. Best Bangkok to Ayutthaya Tours

Bangkok to Ayutthaya Customizable Tour
✔️ Pick-Up / Drop-off
✔️ Includes Free Lunch

Private Tour + Summer Palace
✔️ Bang Pa-In Summer Palace
✔️ Experienced Guide

Bangkok to Ayutthaya private tours. the silhouette of ancient temples as the sun goes down

Ayutthaya Sunset + Night Tour
✔️ Great for photography
✔️ No Crowds

Want to know what are the best day trips from Bangkok? Read this to find out

List: Private Tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya

All the Bangkok to Ayutthaya private tours featured in this list are different. Some tours focus are during the day and others are during sunset while other tours include a visit to other places.

Below is a comparison table of all the private tours in this list. This table should give you a quick overview of what private tours to Ayutthaya are available and an idea of prices.

1. Ayutthaya Customizable Tour10 hours$180 x4 pax
2. Ayutthaya & Summer Palace7 hours$130 p.p
3. Ayutthaya by Night5 hours$117 p.p
4. Ayutthaya + Monkey Temple10 hours$155 p.p
5. Ayutthaya Full Day Trip9 hours$98 x3 pax
6. Ayutthaya + Floating Market11 hours$165 p.p
7. Ayutthaya Instagram Tour8 hours$185 p.p

7 Best Private Tours From Bangkok To Ayutthaya

Follow this list for the very best tours. Each featured tour includes a guest rating score and duration.

Ayutthaya Customizable Tour

The temple ruins at Ayutthaya. Best Bangkok to Ayutthaya Tours

⭐️ RATING: 4.6 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 10 Hours | BOOK NOW

Any trip to Bangkok wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the history and beauty of Ayutthaya. Getting away from the bustling streets of Bangkok and reaching Ayutthaya takes around 90 minutes by car. And this private tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is the best option!!

With this customizable tour you get to explore Ayutthaya at your own pace. You can pick spots in Ayutthaya that you want visit and you driver will handle all the logistics.

Know that Ayutthaya is quite big. Most importantly, some of the most popular temples are spread apart which would it almost impossible to cover the area by foot in a day.

This is a full 10 hour tour and cost $180 for up to four people. If manage to be a group of 4 that would be just $45 each. That is cheaper than a join in tour.

Ayutthaya & Summer Palace

Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. A lake surrounding a golden palace

⭐️ RATING: 5 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 7 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

Experience the luxury of an inclusive tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya and discover the wonders of this UNESCO World Heritage site.

This Ayutthaya and Summer Palace guided tour walks your through the history of the old capital city of the kingdom of Siam. Throughout this 7 hour tour you’ll also get to enjoy a delicious lunch included in the price.

On the way back to Bangkok, the tour makes one last stop at Bang Pa-In and learn how this was the favorite summer palace of King Rama V.

Ayutthaya by Night

Bangkok to Ayutthaya private tours. the silhouette of ancient temples as the sun goes down

⭐️ RATING: 4.6 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 5 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

Discover Ayutthaya like no other – with no crowds and in the dark. But before that, the first stop is just in time for dinner as you’ll get to experience a local night market and explore different Thai dishes!

Once you reach Ayutthaya, a tuk-tuk will drive you around the 3 major temples: Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Ratchaburana and Wat Chaiwatthanaram.

If you want to a unique way to experience Ayutthaya then definitely consider this tour. The temples are lit up at night and having no crowds just delivers a magical feeling.

Ayutthaya + Monkey Temple

A monkey at a temple in Thailand

⭐️ RATING: 4.7 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 10 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

Uncover the history of Ayutthaya on this Ayutthaya + Monkey Temple tour, plus get to visit a temple home to lots of cheeky monkeys.

Your guide will take you through the history of the Capital of Siam as you walk through the most important temples in Ayutthaya.

After lunch at a local restaurant, the journey takes you to the province of Lopburi, one of the oldest cities in the country. The biggest draw here is Phra Prang Sam Yod, home to a bunch of cheeky monkeys.

Ayutthaya Full Day Trip

A view of an ancient temple viewed through a window.

⭐️ RATING: 4.6 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 9 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

Ready to book a private Bangkok to Ayutthaya day tour but not sure about the price? This tour combines the comfort of having your own driver to explore Ayutthaya at a reasonable price.

While this tour doesn’t include a guide, it only costs around $100 and is good for up to 3 people. It’s possible to add more people for around $30 per person.

This tour includes transport from Bangkok to Ayutthaya and you’ll get to visit 3 main sites: Wat Mahathat, Viharn Pra Mongkolborpit and Bang Pa-in Palace. While this is the fixed itinerary, it’s also possible to alter the itinerary – within reason.

Ayutthaya + Floating Market

A floating market near Bangkok. Ssian small boats selling goods along a river

⭐️ RATING: 5 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 11 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

If you want something private for your family or a group of friends, this tour is just that. This private tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya combines the comfort of your own car with driver along with a guide.

Enjoy the 90 minute drive from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. The ride is broken into 3 very different parts. Each spot is equally interesting.

The first stop is at Maeklong where you get to experience the train squeezing through the packed market, and then a longtail boat ride at Samut Songkhram before finally witnessing everyday life at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. And Ayutthaya where your expert guide walks you through it’s history.

Ayutthaya Instagram Tour

A woman in a red dress walking towards an ancient temple at Ayutthaya

⭐️ RATING: / out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 8 Hours | ↳ BOOK NOW

Combine all the above with a fun tour guide acting as your own personal photographer.

The name of this tour gives it away. Basically this is a tour similar to many others above, but besides having a knowledgable guide that walks you through the history of Ayutthaya, your guide acts as a photographer to capture incredible photos of your with a magical background of the ancient temples.

The perfect images for a great IG feed. Note: the photos will be taken on your phone and not with a professional camera.

Bangkok Midnight Food Tour by Tuk Tuk

An asian cook sauteeing food with big flames

⭐️ RATING: 5 out of 5 Stars | ⏳ DURATION: 6 Hours | BOOK NOW

Slightly off topic because this isn’t a Bangkok to Ayutthaya tour. However it is a unique culinary experience and is a great way to end day.

Note: this tour starts at 7:00pm not midnight.

This evening tour throws you straight into Bangkok’s legendary street-food scene as you ride the colorful city’s backstreets and hidden spots. And what better way than do this on fun Tuk-Tuk.

Your Tuk-Tuk driver whizzes through the traffic and stops you at some incredible local restaurants to sample some of the best Thai cuisine. This tour is a complete package including all food and Tuk-Tuk transport. And the evening ends at a secret roof-top bar.

Wondering where to Stay in Bangkok?

Bangkok is a huge City and is very diverse from 1 place to the other. With that in mind, it’s important to plan ahead and choose the right place or area to stay in.

Read this article for an overview about the areas to stay in Bangkok.

How we efficiently plan our trips.

Planning a holiday can be overwhelming, especially for those hands-on in the process. Thankfully, technology has simplified the task, making it easier to organize trips to destinations like Thailand. Here are the resources we swear by:

BOOKING.COM: Our go-to for booking accommodation. It’s user-friendly, offers the best prices*, and boasts the largest selection of online properties.

KLOOK: Our go to resource for planning activities is KLOOK. Here we find loads of interesting activities for the destinations we’re visiting. And it’s really easy. Just enter the name of the destination in the search bar and a list of activities with prices and review score comes up.

It’s almost like shopping for something Amazon and the prices are also really competitive.

GET YOUR GUIDE: Another website for tours booking in Thailand and around the world is Get Your Guide. Here you’ll find a wide range of tours at great prices and most often have free cancellation up to 24 hours before the tour.

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