Train 32 Hua Hin to Bangkok Ticket Price

Train 32 is a Special Express, fully air-condition service to Hua Lamphong Railway Station in Bangkok, operating with just 2nd and 1st class Day & Night carriages.

These carriages are the new Chinese made CNR coaches and are more expensive than the much older trains on this route.

Fares for Train 32 from Hua Hin to Bangkok

2nd Class air-con seats.

  • Adult Fare: from 702 Baht
  • Child Fare: from 651 Baht

1st Class air-con seats.

  • Adult Fare: from 1,002 Baht
  • Child Fare: from 901 Baht

If you want to see the full timetable for train 32 click here >

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As this is the most expensive way to travel from Hua Hin to Bangkok (apart from taking a private transfer), here are some more cheaper options for you to consider.

Take a bus from the new Hua Hin bus station to the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok.

Take a minibus to various destinations throughout the city.

For more information, see our how to get from Bangkok to Hua Hin page here >

If you are travelling to BKK airport (Suvarnabhumi Airpport) from Hua Hin, rather than take the train in to the city centre, you can take a direct bus from Hua Hin to BKK >

Seating on Train 32

Operating with the new Chinese carriages (first introduced in to Thailand in late 2016), this is by far the most comfortable and modern of all trains on this route, but it comes at a price.

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By the time the train arrives in Hua Hin on its overnight journey from Hat Yai, the sleeping berths will be turning back to seats and you can enjoy some breakfast from the restaurant car, or order from the attendant and have it delivered to your seat.

Booking Tickets for Train 32 Hua Hin to Bangkok

It is always best to book your seats in advance for these Special Express services.

Quite a few passengers will be disembarking at Hua Hin, so there should not be a problem with getting a seat, but it is still best to book at least a few days in advance, just in case.

You can book tickets by visiting the Hua Hin station ticket counter (or any other SRT station).

Or you can book online >

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