Sunday, 26 May 2013

How to go there from Bangkok

Getting to Hua Hin from Bangkok is easy.
All options for transport are available in this route – bus, van, car and train. One of our favorite places to visit in Thailand is Hua Hin now. Only around 3 hours from Bangkok, Hua Hin is an extremely popular beach resort for Thais and tourists alike.
1. Airport Transfers
New Shared Transfer Service between “Suvarnabhumi Airport – Hua Hin” and “Hua Hin – Suvarnabhumi Airport” with only 24 Seats.

Some brief detail when traveling from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hua Hin via this airport transfer:
Coach Schedule: 07:30 / 09:30 / 13:30 / 16:30 / 18:30
Meeting location: At “Hua Hin” counter on Level 1 at Gate no. 8
Fare:  305 baht /person (~ RM30.4)

Drop-off point: 1. Hua Hin Bus Station or 2. Bus Stop in front of Bangkok Bank at Cha-am intersection
Terms & Conditions:
1. It is operated by RoongReaung Coach Co., Ltd (RRC). Bell only provides advance booking channel for customers.
2. All tickets are not refundable. Customers please presents the service voucher or confirmation e-mail to our staff at HuaHin counter in order to issue ticket and luggage tag before boarding.
3. RRC reserves right to allow only customer with the same booking name on board.
4. There is no pick-up service from your hotel.
5. If you miss your coach departure time, your ticket is expired.
6. The boarding will generally start 10 to 15 minutes before coach departure time.
2. Train From Bangkok to Hua Hin
A wonderful way to get from Bangkok to Hua Hin is by train. Their trains are well-known to be clean and fun to travel in, although this is not always the fastest or most efficient form of transportation. The train from Bangkok to Hua Hin travels several times a day.
The train trip could take up to 4 to 5 hours, which is longer than driving or taking the bus/ van.
If you’re looking for a cheaper mode of transportation, taking the train to Hua Hin is highly recommended as it’s really cheap (price range from 44 baht to 200 baht; RM4.4 – RM19.90) depending on if you go first, second or third class, and the scenery along the way is lovely. However, this is more time consuming.
3. Bus From Bangkok to Hua Hin
An efficient and cheap way to get from Bangkok to Hua Hin (around 155 baht each way’ RM15.4)
Journey is about 3 hours from Bangkok to Hua Hin and the bus arrives right in the middle of Hua Hin town.
However, you would need to travel to the Southern bus station in Bangkok, which is on Borommarat Chonnani Road close to Pinklao Bridge. Best way to get there is to take a taxi, but there were some reviews we’ve read saying most taxi drivers didn’t know where they were going as they do not really understand what tourists are saying and they have to write the name of the Southern Bus Station, in Thai.

How to go there from Bangkok

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