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Excellent architecture. Easy to access from the main beach in Hua Hin. Just walk the street from the main beach entrance, this street is ending in the railway station. If you stay little bit more here you will see trains from Bangkok going to the...More
Great and nice architecture. Because I love architecture I can say that they have something unique here. Also full of tourist everywhere. For sure because it's a must see as I read you should to visit this attraction.
Always worth a visit as it relaxing as you wait for the train, you can look both ways as the track is straight and the train can be seen for about a mile out. The station is built in the old style and it also...More
We set ourselves a walking challengne every day when we were in Hua Hin the train station was one of the places we had to seek out.
It was mobbed and we got a train arrival the place was jumping...great old buildings very ornate..
The station is not a big one but busy one and there is always passengers and tourists around. The main station building is well maintained, traditional Thai style building that is a tourist attraction itself, and you know why once you arrive here.
Built in the last century, this imposing building served as a train station for the king. In addition, there is also the Royal waiting room separately from the train station itself.
The king used this station because he also has a summer holiday palace in...More
I popped by the Hua Hin Railway Station since it was an iconic landmark. I heard an announcement and managed to see a train entering the platform. Outside the platform, there are stationary trains converted into libraries. After exiting the station, if you turn right...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
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Hua Hin to Santorini Park (0 Replies)
How do i get to Santorini Park from Hua Hin Railway Station? Is there any taxi at the railway stn &amp; how much is the cost?
May 08, 2018|
Need help for 4D3N Hua Hin itinerary (2 Replies)
Hi all! I'm visiting Hua Hin with my husband in 2 weeks time. We will be arriving BKK on Thursday morning at 8:30am, departing on Sunday at 2:55pm and staying at G Hua Hin Resort. So I guess we have 2.5 days to spend in Hua Hin. It's our first visit to Hua Hin and would need some help in organizing the itinerary as we are not familiar with the locations. Can someone help to check if below itinerary routing is ok? Any recommendation on places to go on Day 3 (Saturday)? Last question....More
October 22, 2015|
Hi, day one is a bit of a squeeze, you land at 8:30 so add an hour through the system plus at least a 3 hour drive to hua hin and its already lunchtime. The vineyards alone could easily take up your afternoon and the night market a full evening if you include having dinner. Day 2 well I've nether heard of the palace but possibly I know it under a different name, sheep farm and Santorini are very close to each other and Cicada for the evening is quite doable without any worries. Day 3, the...More
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Rest Detail Hotel (2 Replies)
My family and I will stay in this hotel during our trip to Hua Hin. I just checked the map and it looks like the hotel is very far away from the major tourists attractions (e.g. Hua Hin railway station, Hua Hin night market, and the Cicada Market.) Can anyone tell me will I be situated in an isolated part of Hua Hin? How long does it take to travel to the above attrations from the hotel? Is there any recommended restaurants or attrations nearby? (Sorry for asking a series of questions.. ) ...More
August 06, 2013|
Hi, I stayed here 7 months ago, the hotel is amazing and it is about 10 minutes drive form most things in Hua Hin. The hotel offers a shuttle into town every night free of charge every 30 minutes. We actually had a car so found it really easy to get around, you'll be fine, cabs cost less than £1.50 everywhere you go so even if you cab it it will be cheap and nothing is too far away you'll be fine. enjoy its stunning!!