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  1. #90

    Train

    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    In your experience please share the best way to access train service.
    The train leaves from Hua Lamphong in central Bangkok with 10+ departures every day. No need to book in advance, just show up. In Hua Hin, the train station is located close to the beach and city center. I think the tickets are about 150 baht for a seat. The ride will take about 3,5 to 4 hours.

  2. #89

    Train

    I have actually taken the train from Hua Hin to Bangkok. It is a nice train with soft reclining seats. I think it was second class. It was cheap. I found it safe. I traveled at night and fell asleep.

    The ferry to Pattaya is pretty good as well.

  3. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    In your experience please share the best way to access train service.
    By train maybe?

  4. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlenm84  [View Original Post]
    Why not take the train to Hua Hin? It's cheap, very safe compared to the roads and with zero stress for you.
    In your experience please share the best way to access train service.

  5. #86

    Bell Travel Service

    Quote Originally Posted by Buksida1  [View Original Post]
    I have suggested Bell Travel service. Their buses are clean and on time. You sit up high and do not see the chaos below.
    I accessed Bell Travel Service at your suggestion but found their site difficult to use so went to the Easy Taxi FB page which was a lot easier. At that point I was open minded about using a taxi or bus. I will try harder next time.

  6. #85

    Train

    Quote Originally Posted by MuaTur  [View Original Post]
    Thai taxi drivers are reckless in case of long drive. I always prefer Air-con buses for long travel. Safe, comfortable and nice. Thai highways are really smooth and constructed well. So for long travel bus is the better option.
    Why not take the train to Hua Hin? It's cheap, very safe compared to the roads and with zero stress for you.

  7. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by MuaTur  [View Original Post]
    Thai taxi drivers are reckless in case of long drive. I always prefer Air-con buses for long travel. Safe, comfortable and nice. Thai highways are really smooth and constructed well. So for long travel bus is the better option.
    I have suggested Bell Travel service. Their buses are clean and on time. You sit up high and do not see the chaos below.

  8. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    .............. I felt very unsafe with both and will not use Easy Taxi again. Instead I will use the bus.........
    Thai taxi drivers are reckless in case of long drive. I always prefer Air-con buses for long travel. Safe, comfortable and nice. Thai highways are really smooth and constructed well. So for long travel bus is the better option.

  9. #82

    Easy Taxi

    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Buksida1 and StLouisMo2010 for the information. A taxi is what I had in mind.
    I hired Easy Taxi to take me to the Hua Hin area from BKK. Their customer service via Facebook messenger is excellent and they will do (actually prefer to do) a hotel pick up for you and take you to your hotel at the destination. However, the driver was aggressive, reckless and dangerous. I complained about him before the return trip, and the second driver was better until we reached BKK where he drove like the first one. I felt very unsafe with both and will not use Easy Taxi again. Instead I will use the bus.

    The purpose of my trip was are&are which I accomplished wonderfully at the Siam Beach Resort Hotel in the ChaAm area north of Hua Hin and just north of the airport. I will stay there again.

    I went into Hua Hin one afternoon and was not impressed. I didn't stay very long and didn't attempt to find the bar / mongering section.

  10. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Buksida1 and StLouisMo2010 for the information. A taxi is what I had in mind.
    Easy Taxi is​ my​ best​ choice. ​ 1500 door to​ door. ​ Modern professional safe drivers. ​ No​ upcharges. ​ Search Line Or​ Facebook​ for​ ​details.

  11. #80

    Hua Hin Taxi

    Thank you Buksida1 and StLouisMo2010 for the information. A taxi is what I had in mind.

  12. #79

    Hau Hin Transportaion

    Quote Originally Posted by Buksida1  [View Original Post]
    From Suwannaphum airport to Hua Hin use this excellent service.

    https://belltravelservice.com/
    I found an established Taxi Company out of Hau Hin on the internet, name has Hau Hin in it but I don't recall specifics, good cars, on time, etc. I think it was around 2000/ about 2 hours one way from Soi 8/ Suk.

  13. #78
    Quote Originally Posted by RalphKramden  [View Original Post]
    Hi Gents.

    Would someone please recommend the best way to go from BKK to Hua Hin.
    From Suwannaphum airport to Hua Hin use this excellent service.

    https://belltravelservice.com/

  14. #77

    BKK to Hua Hin

    Hi Gents.

    Would someone please recommend the best way to go from BKK to Hua Hin.

  15. #76
    Thank you C4 T and Sy for clarification.

    Enjoy s.

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