By train the journey from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin is scheduled to take from 3 to 4 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin
There are currently 9 direct train services a day from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin.
|Train||Nakhon Pathom||Hua Hin||Service|
- The fastest train service from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin is Train #43 departing from Nakhon Pathom at 09:11 and scheduled to arrive in Hua Hin 2 hours 54 minutes later.
- The slowest service from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin is Train #85 departing at 21:09 scheduled to complete the journey between Nakhon Pathom and Hua Hin in 3 hours 33 minutes.
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Ticket Prices from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin
Train tickets from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin purchased online are 58 to 172 THB more expensive than train tickets from Nakhon Pathom to Hua Hin purchased at a railway station in Thailand.
|Seat Type||Online Price||Station Price|
|1st Class A/C Sleeper||1,321 THB||1,149 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Sleeper||892 THB||776 THB|
|2nd Class A/C Seat||444 THB||386 THB|
Train services from Nakhon Pathom to Hu Hin originate from Bangkok and after Hua Hin they continue on to popular destinations such as Chumphon (for ferries to Koh Tao) and Surat Thani (for ferries to Koh Samui and Koh Phangan) and for this reason they can become very busy. 1st and 2nd Class seats and sleeper berths tend to sell out before the day of travel so it’s important to book in advance.
Location of Nakhon Pathom Train Station
Location of Hua Hin Train Station
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About Travel to Hua Hin
Hua Hin was Thailand’s first proper beach resort destination. The King of Thailand built a palace near Hua Hin in the 1920s and Thai people, particularly Bangkok residents on weekend trips, have been coming to Hua Hin on holiday ever since. The character of the city is very much that of a holiday town in the same way as Brighton in the UK and Nha Trang in Vietnam. What Hua Hin lacks in terms of historical attractions (there are very few) and nightlife (there isn’t much) Hua Hin more than makes up for in facilities for tourists, particularly older tourists. Hua Hin has lots of value for money hotels, ranging from 5 Star establishments such as the beach Hilton Hotel, to much more affordable guesthouses set back from the beach near the railway station on the Sa Song Road.
Hua Hin’s main attraction is its 5 km long beach. After Pattaya and Cha Am, Hua Hin has the closest decent beach to Bangkok. Pattaya is generally considered a little downmarket for well off Bangkok residents, and when they want to get away to the seaside for the weekend then they come to Hua Hin. A second big draw for Thai tourists is the seafood. Hua Hin has several very well known seafood restaurants, ranging from moderately to fairly expensive, on the Nares Damri Road in the centre of Hua Hin. The seafood at these restaurant is average to good, but the dining areas are situated on former fishing piers over the sea and the settings for these restaurants are their big selling point. For much the same quality seafood, but at a fraction of cost, we recommend going to eat at one of the seafood stalls in Hua Hin Night Market, which is on the Dechanuchit Road near to the railway station. Seafood dishes here cost no more than 200 THB each and the atmosphere is very lively.