Who would have thought that railway station could be a popular attraction. This red-and-white icon station was built in 1926, one of the oldest at its original state in Thailand. Hua Hin is known as a royal seaside getaway town. Back in the old days, there was no road access and one has to take boat to visit the beach town. Hence, the train station was built as an alternative access.
Phra Mongkut Klao Pavilion
Also known as the Royal Waiting Room, the Pavillion was used by Thai Royals when they visited the seaside summer Palace. It was originally part of Sanam Chandra Palace in Nakhon Pathom province and was moved here in 1974.
Iconic Station Sign
The station sign is a popular photo spot.
Victorian design architecture.
Train was once the most comfortable way to travel between Bangkok and Hua Hin. Today, the train station is still functioning and you can relive the past by taking the train from Bangkok to Hua Hin which takes about 4 hours.
Notice the light post between the tracks are carried by mythological birds.
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On the other side of the tracks stands an old 305 Unit Baldwin steam locomotive.
Being the one of the main oldest transportation that connects to Hua Hin, the railway station is a historic landmark. You can spend mere 15-30 minutes at this quaint station to take photos as keepsake.
Hua Hin Railway Station
Prapokklao Rd, Hua Hin 77110, Thailand
No Admission Fee
Hua Hin, Thailand | lonelytravelog.com
Great shots of Hua Hin Railway Station you got there! Did you visit the station in the morning?
Thanks bro! It was taken in the late afternoon. Nice to drop by for a short visit.