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Hua Hin train station in Hua Hin, Thailand - photo by Uwe Schwarzbach
Though it’s often grouped together with provinces in southern Thailand, the resort town of Hua Hin – and indeed the rest of Prachuap Kiri Khan province, of which it forms a part – is both geographically more connected to and has more in common with the country’s western region than the true southern provinces further down the coastline.
Hua Hin is a favourite getaway for Bangkokians looking to escape the capital for the weekend without having to contend with a lengthy drive. There are glorious white-sand beaches, impressive views from the likes of Khao Takiab mountain, and a delicious array of inexpensive seafood and other Thai food to enjoy, as well as a growing scene of trendy and high-quality coffee shops.
Hua Hin is also well equipped with a diverse hotel scene, so it’s easy to find somewhere comfortable to stay that suits your budget.
How to get to Hua Hin from Bangkok
The road journey from Bangkok to Hua Hin takes around four hours; buses and minivans depart at regular intervals throughout the day from Bangkok’s southern Sai Tai Mai terminal. The train from Bangkok’s Hualamphong Station is also a pleasant way to make the journey – there are 13 departures throughout the day, and the ride takes between four and five hours. Hua Hin also has an airport, but currently there are only regular flights to and from Kuala Lumpur with AirAsia.
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