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Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Renting a Car in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org

It is easy to find rental car service from major car rental company such as Budget, Alamo, Hertz or else. Hiring a car is a great way to get around town as a family or visit places further afield. Renting a car in Hua Hin is a straight forward process, all you need is an international drivers lic...

Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Tuk-Tuks in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org

Since many of Hua Hin's streets are narrow, tuk-tuks are able to go places cars cannot.

Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Travel by Train - amazingthailand.org

The train is a classic, safer and comfortable method to travel to Hua Hin from Bangkok and the other way around.

Motorbike Taxis in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Motorbike Taxis in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Motorbike Taxis in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Motorbike Taxis in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org
Motorbike Taxis in Hua Hin - amazingthailand.org

A cheap and easy way to get around Hua Hin is by motorbike taxi. On every street corner you will find a collection of motorbikes and a gaggle of drivers wearing brightly coloured vests.

Travelling from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Plane - amazingthailand.org

It’s possible to travel from Bangkok to Hua Hin by plane but not on a conventional airline.

Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Train - amazingthailand.org

It’s easy to travel by train from Bangkok to Hua Hin, with trains leaving the city’s Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue railway stations on a regular basis during the day at periods between 8.05am to 22.50pm.

Getting from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van - amazingthailand.org
Getting from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van - amazingthailand.org
Getting from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van - amazingthailand.org
Getting from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van - amazingthailand.org
Getting from Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van - amazingthailand.org

A good alternative to the buses is to travel by van. Going by van from Bangkok to Hua Hin can be even cheaper than going by bus, and the advantage is that, generally speaking, vans should get to Hua Hin a little faster.

Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org
Travelling on the Bangkok to Hua Hin Bus - amazingthailand.org

You can easily get to Hua Hin from either Suvarnabhumi Airport (the modern International Airport that serves Bangkok), or from the city of Bangkok itself.

Orange line: Makro - Bonkai - amazingthailand.org
Orange line: Makro - Bonkai - amazingthailand.org

This route takes you mostly through the back roads all the way to Soi 94.

Red line: City center - amazingthailand.org
Red line: City center - amazingthailand.org

This line runs two loops around the city center. The cars are painted white with red text. Both lines start and end at Pae Mai Market.

Green line: Khao Takiab - Airport - amazingthailand.org
Green line: Khao Takiab - Airport - amazingthailand.org
Green line: Khao Takiab - Airport - amazingthailand.org
Green line: Khao Takiab - Airport - amazingthailand.org
Green line: Khao Takiab - Airport - amazingthailand.org

This route is actually split into two - northern and southern portion, with songthaews terminating near the Night Market.

Hua Hin Airport - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Airport - amazingthailand.org

Hua Hin Airportis (HHQ) an international airport serving Hua Hin District in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand

Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org
Hua Hin Train Station - amazingthailand.org

Built during the reign of King Rama VI, and only a short distance from the centre of town, Hua Hin's railway station and adjacent royal waiting room are undeniably attractive.

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