Trains from Phetchaburi to Hua Hin

By train the journey from Phetchaburi to Hua Hin is scheduled to take around 1 hour depending upon which train you take.

Train Times from Phetchaburi to Hua Hin

There are currently 9 trains per day from Phetchaburi to Hua Hin.

TrainPhetchaburiHua HinService
39/4101:1902:04Special Express
4309:4610:31Special Express
37/4518:5619:45Special Express
3119:3120:20Special Express
  • The fastest train from Phetchaburi to Hua Hin is Train #43 (departing at 09:46) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 45 minutes.

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About Travel to Hua Hin

There are lots of different coastal destinations in Thailand which are popular with holiday makers. All of these destinations have their own unique character which will appeal to some people more than others and Hua Hin is no exception.

City with a beach

Hua Hin is not a small seaside town, it’s a busy small city with over 60,000 permanent residents living in the central zone of the city. This makes Hua Hin a different type of holiday destination to smaller resort towns particularly on Thailand’s islands. Hua Hin has shopping centres, large open air markets, and some large and expensive hotels such as the beachfront Hilton Hua Hin.

Hua Hin Beach is over 5 km long, and quite wide in places. Because the beach is so long it never really becomes crowded except for a small part of the beach right in the city centre. You can swim and sunbathe on Hua Hin Beach. Many visitors, however, appreciate making use of this long beach as somewhere to walk, cycle, and even ride a horse.

Hua Hin Beach is 5 km long
Hua Hin Beach is 5 km long
Visitors to Hua Hin

Another feature of Hua Hin that makes it different to many other tourist destinations in Thailand, such as Koh Samui and Phuket, is its popularity with Thai tourists. Ever since the introduction of the railway line to Hua Hin, and the patronage of the King of Thailand who built a palace in nearby Cha Am in the 1920s, Hua Hin has been a popular destination for people living in Bangkok. It’s a short journey from Bangkok to Hua Hin making it easily accessible for people living in Bangkok to come for a weekend visit.

Seafood in Hua Hin

For Thai visitors the thing which Hua Hin is best known for is its seafood. It’s very common to see large groups of Thai people eating in the city’s seafood restaurants.

The most famous of Hua Hin’s seafood restaurants are located on a short stretch of the Nares Damri Road. The Nares Damri Road is located on the seafront and at one time was the place where the city’s fishing fleet was based. At the rear of many of the buildings on the Nares Damri Road are old wooden fishing boat piers. These piers have nearly all been converted into dining areas. The coastal views, and cool sea breezes in the evening, make outdoor dining in these restaurants a pleasurable experience.

The seafood in the best restaurants on the Nares Damri Road is fairly expensive. For cheaper seafood the place to go is one of the open air markets. For instance, there are several excellent seafood stalls in Hua Hin Night Market, on the Dechanuchit Alley, where you can eat fantastic seafood at very reasonable prices.

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