By train its takes 5 to 6 hours to travel 229.04 km from Hua Hin to Bangkok’s main train station, Hua Lamphong. The journey is normally quicker if you take a minivan from Hua Hin to Bangkok, particular as there are often delays on this busy stretch of the Southern Railway Line, which is single track and also more convenient as train services to Bangkok either depart very early in the morning or later in the afternoon.
Train Times from Hua Hin to Bangkok
There are 11 daily train services from Hua Hin to Bangkok.
- Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
- The fastest train from Hua Hin to Bangkok is Train #42/44 departing from Hua Hin at 04:30, and arriving 4 hours 40 minutes later in Bangkok at 09:10.
- The slowest train is Train #168 departing from Hua Hin at 01:37 and arriving in Bangkok at 07:35, a scheduled journey time of 5 hours 58 minutes.
Buy Tickets from Hua Hin to Bangkok
Use the Search Box below to buy your train tickets from Hua Hin to Bangkok:
Bus tickets and minivan tickets are also available through the Search Box above. If your final destination is Bangkok International Airport change the destination in the Search Box to ‘Suvarnabhumi Airport’ to book bus services direct from Hua Hin to the airport and avoid the long journey from the centre of Bangkok out to the International Airport.
Ticket Prices from Hua Hin to Bangkok
Ticket prices vary depending upon both the seat type you choose and the type of train you travel on. The faster services tend to be more expensive.
|Seat Type||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||982 to 1,182 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||482 to 782 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Sleeper||352 to THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seats||412 THB|
|2nd Class Fan Seats||152 to 252 THB|
|3rd Class Fan Seats||44 to 194 THB|
Tickets for the short journey from Hua Hin to Bangkok are available for purchase on the day of travel. 1st and 2nd Class A/C seats tend to be full by the time the train reaches Hua Hin with passengers boarding the train at busy stations such as Hat Yai, Surat Thani and Chumphon on route to Hua Hin, although 2nd Class and 3rd Class fan seats are normally available to buy on the day of travel.
Hua Hin Train Station
- See more information about Hua Hin Railway Station.
Bangkok Railway Station
- See more information about Bangkok Train Station.
Travel in Bangkok
The easiest way to travel from Bangkok’s main train station to other destinations in Bangkok is to take Bangkok’s fast modern and efficient underground train service, which is called the MRT. There is an MRT station very close to the train station, and an entrance to that station, (Hua Lamphong MRT Station) on the right hand side of the platforms as you alight from trains in Bangkok. Follow the escalator down into the underpass and then follow the signs to the MRT station. There are ticket machines by the entrance to the MRT station which take coins and notes and have an ‘English Language’ option. Nearly all journeys cost less than 50 THB per person. The line runs from the train station to Bang Sue Train Station in the north of the Bangkok via the Silom and Sukhumvit Roads, and there are several MRT stations where you connect to the BTS overground commuter train network (the ‘Skytrain’) and also to the Airport Link, which runs from the centre of Bangkok out to the International Airport.
Some parts of Bangkok are not currently connected to either the MRT or BTS systems. The area by the river where the Grand Palace is located and the Khao San Road area are not connected. You can travel to these locations by bus (a slow but cheap option and a bit complicated to work out), or taxi, or tuk-tuk, or if you are a but more adventurous and able to walk a couple of kilometres you can take the Chao Phraya Express Boat service. The nearest Chao Phraya Express Boat Pier is Pier Number 4 (called ‘The Marine Department Pier’) which is 1,200 metres walk from the train station. The Chao Phraya Express Boat service is a cheap and pleasant way to travel around the city with stops on route near to the Grand Palace (Pier Number 8 – Tha Tien Pier) and the Khao San Road (Pier Number 13 – Phra Arthit Pier).