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Hua Hin is a beach town in West Thailand, about 200 kilometres southwest from Bangkok.




Like much of Thailand, the weather here is of the tropical variety, meaning hot and humid conditions year-round. Temperatures hover around 32 °C during the day and 25 °C at night, with just a few degrees difference between the warmest and coolest months. Humidity is mostly around 80% or more, so be sure to drink enough fluids! November to February in general is the driest time of the year, with just some regular showers (later afternoon) and a mix of clouds and sun. Rain increases from March onwards, reaching a peak in August and September before preparing again for the somewhat drier and cooler season.

Avg Max29.8 °C31.1 °C32.4 °C33.6 °C33.6 °C33.3 °C33 °C32.9 °C32.2 °C31 °C29.9 °C29.2 °C
Avg Min21.8 °C22.9 °C24.2 °C25.5 °C25.8 °C25.7 °C25.2 °C25.2 °C24.7 °C24.3 °C23.6 °C22 °C
Rainfall9.9 mm19 mm43.6 mm39.7 mm101 mm78.1 mm100.2 mm82.4 mm120.7 mm236 mm146.9 mm11.4 mm
Rain Days1.



Getting There

By Plane

Currently there is a scheduled air service between Bangkok and Hua Hin which is handled by Thai Regional Airlines. Daily flights from Suvarnabhumi airport take 35 minutes. Check-in is 30 minutes before flight. Due to few passenger, your luggage should be off in only a few minutes. Ticket start from 1,700 Baht.

By Train

Thai Railways operates trains services. They leave Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue railway stations 10 times daily between 7:45pm and 11:00pm. It takes 4 hours for the journey.

By Bus

From Bangkok, buses to Hua Hin leave from the Sai Tai Mai terminal about every 20 minutes and take around 3.5 hours. The price (1st class) is under 200 baht. Buses go from 4:00am to 10:30pm.





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Keep Connected


See also: International Telephone Calls

Personal mobile phones can be used in Thailand by inserting a Thai SIM card into an unlocked mobile phone. Using your own mobile phone while on holiday with a Thai pre-paid SIM card can save a lot of money and lets you give your number to family back home, so they can have an emergency contact number.


Thailand Post is the Thai postal service that deals with all local and international mail in Thailand. The business is operated from local post offices. Post offices are easy to recognise with their red white and blue motifs and the words 'Thailand Post' in English and Thai above the entrance. They are open from Monday to Saturday, usually 8:30am to 4:30pm (main ones until around 8:00pm), though keeping shorter hours on Saturdays (usually until 1:00pm). They are generally closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Each post office offers a comprehensive service which includes an Express Mail Service (EMS) and parcel post. They also have a price calculator for letters, postcards and parcels, both domestically as well as internationally. They also have a track and trace system and money transfer services.

Accommodation in Hua Hin

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