Trains from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Hua Hin

By train the journey from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Hua Hin is scheduled to take around 1 hour 20 minutes, with some trains completing the journey slightly faster than others.

Train Times from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Hua Hin


There are currently 8 train services a day from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Hua Hin.

Prachuap Khiri KhanHua HinServiceTrain
00:5502:15Express86
02:2803:46Rapid172
03:0804:22Special Express32
03:5405:12Special Express38/46
05:1206:35Rapid170
13:2514:31Special Express40
23:0000:09Special Express42/44
23:5901:21Rapid168
  • The fastest service is Train #44, departing at 23:00, scheduled to complete the journey to Hua Hin in 1 hours 09 minutes.
  • The slowest service is Train #170, departing at 05:12 and scheduled to reach Hua Hin 1 hour 23 minutes later at 06:35.

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Location of Prachuap Khiri Khan Railway Station


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Location of Hua Hin Railway Station


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About Travel to Hua Hin


Hua Hin is a small city with around 85,000 permanent residents, many of whom are employed catering to the approximately 4 million tourists who visit every year.

Who visits Hua Hin?

A high proportion of the leisure visitors to Hua Hin are Thai tourists. Hua Hin is close enough to Bangkok for city dwellers to visit Hua Hin over the weekend or on public holidays. Going to the beach in Hua Hin has been a popular activity for Thai tourists since the Thai Royal Family built a holiday home on the coast near Hua Hin in the 1920s. The railway line to Hua Hin, which had been completed as far as Hua Hin by 1911, was a key factor in the growth of Hua Hin’s tourist industry.

The other types of visitors which Hua Hin tends to attract are families and older people. Hua Hin, for the greater part, doesn’t have the late night bars and the drinking culture that are a feature of other major beach resort destinations such as Patong in Phuket and Chaweng in Koh Samui. Nor does Hua Hin have problems with anti-social behaviour to the same extent as many other parts of Thailand popular with foreign visitors.

Hua Hin has many seafront resorts
Hua Hin has many seafront resorts
What is there to do in Hua Hin?

Hua Hin doesn’t have much in the way of historical and cultural attractions compared to other older cities such as Chiang Mai, but it does have lots of things to entertain the many holidaymakers who visit each year.

Hua Hin’s number one attraction is its 5 km long white sand beach. The city stretches several kilometres along the beach, with many resorts built some distance from the centre on the seafront. The part of the beach right in the centre of the city, by the Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa, is the busiest. The rest of the beach tends to be much quieter, as well as cleaner.

Hua Hin also has a number of larger, purpose facilities for tourists including 12 golf courses, 2 water parks and a large floating market set up specifically for tourists. Hua Hin is notable as a golfing centre, and also as somewhere which hosts several large international events every year, including a jazz festival, a kite festival and a vintage car rally.

In the evening a lot of visitors to Hua Hin choose to visit one of the many night markets in Hua Hin. The most popular of these are Hua Hin Night Market, on the Dechanuchit Road near the railway station, and the Cicada Market which is 4 km to the south of Hua Hin Railway Station.

What are the facilities for tourists like in Hua Hin?

Hua Hin has a very well developed tourist infrastructure. The range of hotels and restaurants in the city is extensive, and they cater to a wide range of tastes and budgets.

Overall hotels in Hua Hin represent excellent value for money. The most expensive places to stay are in the centre of the city on the seafront such as the excellent Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa. Hotel prices are lower away from the beach and in coastal areas to the north and south of the city centre centre. A good place to find budget and mid range accommodation near the city centre is on the Sa Song Road near the railway station.

The best restaurants are located right in the city centre, particularly on the Nares Damri Road. As well as several good quality international restaurants, the Nares Damri Road also has some of the most famous fish restaurants in Thailand. Many of these restaurants have dining areas overlooking the sea on what were piers for fishing boats.

For cheaper food we recommend the food stalls in Hua Hin’s many markets. Many of the seafood stalls in Hua Hin Night Market, for example, serve very good food at reasonable prices to a mixed crowd of local people and tourists.

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