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We took the ordinary train from bangkok to hua hin. The 4 hour ride was a breath of fresh air and seeing how the locals utilize the train was an immersion to thai culture. The station has a unique design and is a cool spot...More
I was in Hua Hin recently, and travelled there by train from Bangkok.
Not my first trip there so no surprise but I still find that railway station lovely. Its design is unique, well maintained and you can feel the "royal" touch in...More
I must say, this is the most iconic railway station in Thailand.
As soon as you step off the train, the station sign and the Royal waiting room would just catch your sight.
A booking office, left luggage and a small shop is all there...More
The train journey will take approximately 4 hours by express train depending on the day. If you get the slow train it stops at every station so best avoided if you can. Best to book your tickets in advance to be sure of... More
The train journey will take approximately 4 hours by express train depending on the day. If you get the slow train it stops at every station so best avoided if you can. Best to book your tickets in advance to be sure of getting a seat this applies to express train. The cost for the express when we went this year was approximately 300 Baht (£6.00) slow train is 30 Baht (70p!!) You need to go to the Hau Lanmplong Station in Bangkok. I think they run once in morning and once in afternoon but not sure on that, Hope this helps