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Hua Hin is located about 230 kilometers from Bangkok, travelers can travel to Hua Hin in several ways. Either by car by bus and train.

By Car

Can use two routes from Bangkok. 1. Use Highway No. 35 ( or Rama 2 Rd., Thonburi - Pak Tho ) passing Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram, Pak Tho and turn left onto Asian Highway 4 (Petchkasem Rd.) through Phetchaburi ,Tha Yang, Cha-Am into Hua Hin.

2. Use Asian Highway 4 (Petchkasem Rd.) through Nakhon Pathom province. Ratchaburi, Phetchaburi, Tha Yang,Cha-Am into Hua Hin.


The State Railway of Thailand has train operating from Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong) and Thonburi Station to Hua Hin every day. It takes about 4-5 hours, inquiry and details at the State Railway of Thailand, call 1690 or

By Buses

The air-conditioned buses. Private, and by Transport Co., Ltd. Bangkok - Hua Hin and Bangkok - Hua Hin - Pranburi. From the Southern Bus Terminal on Baromratchonnanee Rd. several times a day. It takes about 3 hours, inquiry details at the Transport Co., Ltd. all 1490 or

Current Transport Co., Ltd. has opened a book bus tickets online then contact
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Travel within Hua Hin
In downtown Hua Hin has many types of car services, tourists can choose from various vehicles companies services as for their appropriate.

Minibus services runs from the town into important locations. Such as train station, night market, bus terminal and Hua Hin Market Village. Visitors can rent a minibus to town and others district. Charge depending on the distance and time to be negotiated .

Tricycle and motorcycle taxis are parked at various points in the province. Service charge to be negotiated for distance or rent.