Train 43 Bangkok to Hua Hin Ticket Price

Train number 43 from Bangkok to Hua Hin, is a morning departure, all 2nd class, air-condition Diesel Railcar, Sprinter service and is a good option for those who want to get to Hua Hin relatively fast and on time (usually).

Train 43 Fares

2nd Class seats.

  • Adult Fare: 330 Baht
  • Child Fare: 280 Baht

Ticket price includes a meal and soft drinks.

To see the full train timetable, with all the stops for train 43 click here >

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Alternative Ways to Travel from Bangkok to Hua Hin

There are other, quicker ways to travel from the capital to Hua Hin beach resort if you don't want to take the train.

You can take a bus from the Southern Bus Terminal.

A minivan / minibus service from most of the bus terminals in Bangkok (or from the Khao San Road area) - if you have a lot of luggage, you may end up paying for an extra seat if you use these services.

Or hire a taxi of private car transfer.

To learn more about how to get from Bangkok to Hua Hin click here >

If you are arriving at the main BKK airport, the easiest option is to take a direct bus from BKK to Hua Hin >

Seat Classes on Train 43

These "Sprinter" trains usually only comprise of 2 or 3 second Class A/C carriages and are the fastest trains on the line, stopping at only the main, larger stations along the route.

2nd Class seats on a typical DRC Special Express in Thailand2nd Class seats on a typical DRC Special Express in Thailand

Your ticket will have the carriage number and seat number printed on it.

On board there is a steward or stewardess who will help you find you seat and serve you with an airline style meal and soft drinks.

Booking Tickets on Train 43 Bangkok to Hua Hin

Booking seats on this service is required before boarding.

To make sure you can get a seat, we recommend you buy your tickets as far in advance as you can.

Tickets for this short sector go on sale 30 days in advance (the longer distance trips go on sale 90 days in advance).

If you are in Thailand, you can buy tickets from any main railway station in the country.

If you are not in the country:

You can easily book tickets online (for an extra admim fee) >

Hua Hin train station information >

Bangkok's Bang Sue Grand Railway Station information >

Bangkok trains main page >

Hua Hin trains main page >

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