- Hua Hin Train Station is 229.04 km from Bangkok Train Station.
- Original station building was constructed in 1910.
- Station building was rebuilt in 1925 in its current style.
- Hua Train Station features an ornate building (Sanam Chandra Palace Railway Pavilion) used as a waiting room by royalty returning from visits to Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin.
- Hua Hin Train Station is near the city centre and 800 metres walk from Hua Hin beach.
- There 12 trains a day from Hua Hin to Bangkok.
- There are 11 trains a day from Hua Hin to Surat Thani.
Train Times to Bangkok
Train Times to Surat Thani
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Train tickets purchased online can either be collected at Hua Hin Train Station on the day of travel or sent by post to your home address.
Historic Train Station
The station building is largely made of wood and designed in Victorian Style. The building and even the station signs follow the same striking colour combination of red and beige. The interiors of the station building match the ornate exterior.
The most photographed part of the building is the Sanam Chandra Palace Railway Pavilion, which was moved from Sanam Chandra Palace in 1967 to its current location at Hua Hin Train Station for use as royal waiting room. The building itself is complimented by a well maintained garden and a peaceful tree lined location a short distance from the sea front.
Facilities at the Train Station
Hua Hin Train Station is a small station with 2 platforms. The station has a limited range of facilities:
- Small shop on Platform 1 selling snacks and drinks
- Left Luggage Office
- Cargo and Parcel Office
If you need to eat a full meal, go to a bank or post office, or do something else you cannot do at the train station, walk down the large road running away from the entrance to the train station and turn left along the Sa Song Road, where you find restaurants, shops and banks within a 300 to 400 metre walk away from the train station building.
Buying Tickets at the Station
The ticket counters at Hua Hin Train Station are open all hours of the day as there are train arrivals and departures at nearly all times of the day. The ticket counters are rarely busy and you should have little difficulty in getting served. Where you might have more difficult is if you try to book a sleeper berth on the same day as you travel.
Outside of peak periods around the time of Thai national holidays and around the time of the Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan you can normally buy a ticket for a seat only on a train. If you want to secure a sleeper seat we suggest that you book in advance online.
Trains to Bangkok
Trains from Hua Hin to Bangkok start running from very early in the morning (00:16) until the late afternoon (16:23). Train #42/44 is the fastest service completing the journey in 4 hours 40 minutes. The most comfortable train is Train #32 departing at 05:55 from Hua Hin. Train #32 makes use of the brand new carriages brought into service in late 2016.
Trains to Surat Thani
There are trains throughout the day from Hua Hin to Surat Thani from 00:53 until 23:39. The journey time is between 6 hours 41 minutes for the fastest train and 7 hours 56 minutes for the slowest train. The most comfortable and quick journey is on the day time Train #43 departing at 12:09. Train #43 is a Sprinter Train with air-conditioned carriages and food included in the ticket price. The only disadvantage of taking this train is that you arrive too late to make a direct connection to Koh Samui or Koh Phangan on the same day.