By train the journey from Ratchaburi to Hua Hin is scheduled to take from 2 to 3 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Ratchaburi to Hua Hin
There are currently 9 direct train services a day from Ratchaburi to Hua Hin.
- The fastest train service from Ratchaburi to Hua Hin is Train #43 departing from Ratchaburi at 10:13 and scheduled to arrive in Hua Hin 1 hours 52 minutes later.
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Location of Hua Hin Railway Station
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About Travel to Hua Hin
Hua Hin is a laid back coastal resort town with over 60,000 permanent residents. Hua Hin has been popular with Thai tourists since the late 1920s following the construction of a Royal Palace, as a holiday home, close to Hua Hin. Thai visitors tend to come to Hua Hin at the weekends. Hua Hin is a 3 to 4 hour drive from Bangkok making the town a convenient destination for a short break. Hua Hin’s seafood restaurants are particularly popular with local tourists. The most popular of these restaurants are the ones located on the seafront Nares Damri Road, where former fishing boat piers have been repurposed as dining areas providing customers with excellent sea views to enjoy whilst eating seafood.
Over the past 30 years Hua Hin has also become very popular with foreign visitors. Hua Hin is a long thin town spread along a major road and a 5 km long white sand beach. Hua Hin Beach, whilst perhaps not as attractive as many of the smaller beaches on islands in Thailand, is good for swimming and sunbathing and never too busy because it’s so long.
Hua Hin town itself also has that same relaxed atmosphere. Hua Hin town has very little of the extoic nightlife that is commonly associated with Koh Samui, Pattaya and parts of Phuket’ and attracts different types of visitors, many of whom are older people. Hua Hin is generally considered to be one of Thailand’s safer holiday destinations, with a lower level of anti-social behaviour than you might see at night in other parts of Thailand. The other thing that make Hua Hin very accessible to visitors is the very wide range of amenities. Hua Hin has hotels in all budget ranges, and restaurants serving up a very wide range of international cuisine. Hua Hin also has a really good range of retail outlets, particularly within its three shopping centres and two large open air night markets. This ease of living has made Hua Hin a very popular retirement destination, and the town has a large community of retirees living there during the winter months in Europe.