Travelling between Bangkok and Hua Hin is possible by Bus, train, van and taxi. Taxi guarantees the fastest travel on this route. Train is the slowest option.
The most expensive ticket will cost you USD 375.29 if you go by taxi; to keep it budget-friendly, opt for a train which will set you back mere USD 4.09.
It can take you anywhere between 3 and 6 hours to travel between Bangkok and Hua Hin depending on the means of transport you choose.
Taxi is the fastest way to travel between Bangkok and Hua Hin. Taxi will bring you to your destination in 2h 40m. Train does a much slower job and take about 5h 16m to reach Hua Hin.
Travelling between Bangkok and Hua Hin can be as cheap as USD 4.09 if you opt for a Thai Railway (การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย) train and as expensive as USD 375.29 if you buy a BangkokTaxi24 taxi ticket.
Here is the list of how much you can expect to pay travelling by each means of transport available for this route.
81 from Bangkok to Hua Hin starting from 00:00 Bangkok Transfer until 00:00 Bangkok Transfer
Check above for a bus, train, flight and ferry timetable from Bangkok to Hua Hin.
Travelling from Bangkok to Hua Hin overland will inevitably take longer but in many cases it is the cheapest option if you opt for a bus.
Things to remember: For a more comfortable ride opt for a higher-class bus wherever possible. These buses usually have soft reclining seats and are equipped with air-conditioning and on-board toilets.
They often include water, snacks or a light lunch into your ticket price and make bathroom stops en-route.
Montanatip, Roong Reuang Coach (รถรุ่งเรือง), Sombat Tour (บริษัท เทพสมบัติ จำกัด)
Some travellers consider taxi to be the most convenient form of overland transport thanks to flexible departure times, a possibility to choose the size of the car you need, and a hassle-free door-to-door service.
Things to remember: If you are planning to make detours during your trip, discuss it with your driver or service provider in advance as it may affect the price.
12Go Transfer, BangkokTaxi24, Five Star Taxi (ห้าดาวแท็กซี่), Glassflower, Kim Transfers Thailand (Thailand Taxi Airport &Travel), MCC VAN (เอ็มซีซี แวน), Thailand Limo by Datum (บริษัท เดทัมกรุ๊ป จำกัด)
Train is a often a great choice for long-haul travel especially if you opt for a night sleeper train with berths which will allow you to sleep all your journey through. To make the most of your train journey, choose the class of your ticket wisely.
Note that there are air-conditioned and fan-only carriages; private compartments for 2 or 4; hard and soft seats.
Though the upper class you get the smoother is your journey, often second class air-conditioned or fan-only sleepers are a good money saving alternative.
Vans are a great alternative - or, in many cases - your only option - if you need to travel overland within one and the same province or neighbouring provinces or states. Vans ply the roads between Bangkok and Hua Hin, too.
Things to remember: When travelling by van with huge luggage buying a separate seat for your suitcase or backpack is a good idea. Do not expect there is a roomy luggage compartment in a van - there is actually none and your fellow passengers are unlikely to appreciate your luggage stuck under their feet, alas.
12Go Transport, JKP Mochit (บจก.เจเคพีทรานสปอร์ต), Mama Travel and Tour (มาม่า ทราเวล), Nor Neane Transport (ณ.เณรการเดินรถ)
There is a choice of transportation means any time of the day with Van remaining the most popular option due to their reasonable pricing and comfort.
Out of 1000 travellers who bought tickets for this route