Train 37 / 45 Bangkok to Hua Hin Ticket Price

Train number 37 / 45 is a Special Express afternoon departure, originating from Bang Sue Grand railway station (Krung Thep Aphiwat) in Bangkok.

Ticket Prices for Train 37 /45 from Bangkok to Hua Hin

3rd Class seats (fan).

  • Adult Fare: 234 Baht
  • Child Fare: 212 Baht

2nd Class seats (fan).

  • Adult Fare: 290 Baht
  • Child Fare: 240 Baht

2nd class day and night carriages (air-con).

  • Adult Fare: from 550 Baht
  • Child Fare: from 500 Baht

1st class day and night carriages (air-con).

  • Adult Fare: from 818 Baht
  • Child Fare: from 719 Baht

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Alternative Transport from Bangkok to Hua Hin >

The train is not the fastest way to get from the capital, but it is quite relaxing, especially when you compare it to travelling in a minibus / minivan.

If you do want to take a minivan, they depart from most of Bangkok's bus terminals or from around the Khao San Road area.

There is also a regular bus service from Bangkok's Southern Bus Station.

If you have just arrived in Thailand at BKK Airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport), we would recommend you take a direct bus from BKK to Hua Hin.

This is much quicker and saves you having to travel into the centre of the city to catch a train.

Seats Available on Train 37 / 45

This service has one of the widest choices of seating from the cheap 3rd class, to 1st class air-conditioned cabins.

3rd class seats (fan)3rd class seats (fan)
2nd class seats (fan)2nd class seats (fan)
2nd class day and night seats2nd class day and night seats
1st class day and night seats1st class day and night seats

Booking Tickets for Train 37 / 45

If you want to travel in the cheaper 3rd and 2nd class fan cooled carriages, you should have no problem getting seats on the day of travel.

If you want to travel on the 2nd and 1st class Day and Night carriages, you will need to book in advance to guarantee you can get one of these seats.

Tickets for the Bangkok to Hua Hin train route go on sale 30 days in advance and can be purchased from any SRT railway station within Thailand.

Or to save a journey to the station, you can book tickets online >

Station Information

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