Mobility and transportation in Hua Hin
Tuk tuk, railroad or car?
Being safe on the roads of Hua Hin
With nearly 70,000 inhabitants, Hua Hin ranks among the rather larger cities in Thailand.
Accordingly, the road and rail network is relatively well developed.
The main road, Phetkasem Road, leads directly through Hua Hin and is expanded wide.
In Hua Hins city center, however, there are regular traffic jams. Weekdays between 8 am and 9 am and in afternoon between 4 pm and 6 pm the main streets are crowded.
On the weekends and on Buddhist holidays, thousands of families are coming from Bangkok to spend a relaxing weekend at the beach.
Accordingly, the motorways are full on Fridays from Bangkok to Hua Hin and on Sundays from Hua Hin to Bangkok.
In the side streets, you can see the following picture daily from 5 pm:
If you want to travel by train, we can highly recommend it!
But take more time than you plan!
More information about the station of Hua Hin and about driving with the train in Thailand, you find >> here >>.
If you prefer to travel by car, you can rent a luxury van or a car with a driver.
If you prefer to drive by yourself, you can get here more information about >> car hire and car rental in Hua Hin >>.
Driving in Thailand is really fantastic and if you conform to certain rules, it is also relatively safe.
To ride with the classic Tuk-Tuks is a must if you are in Hua Hin!
They shape the cityscape of Hua Hin and are one of the things to do in Hua Hin.
Be not surprised, because you pay almost the same as for the auto-taxis.
More information about >> Tuk Tuks and Taxis in Hua Hin >>.
Motorcycling in Thailand, driving on two wheels is fantastic, you will feel absolutely cool, but it can also be dangerous.
Motorcyclists are often overlooked by car drivers.
Especially in the evening hours are lurking many dangers, such as dogs, which can run without warning out of a dark road directly in front of your bike.
Read more about >> Motorcycling and hire motorbike in Hua Hin >>.
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