Railway Station, Hua Hin
The Hua Hin railway station is one of oldest railway stations in Thailand. The waiting room is in Thai architecture style, and was built in order to welcome the King. The pavilion is very nice with an old steam locomotive on a side track. It's a favourite spot for taking pictures for both Thai and tourists.
Even you don't go to Hua Hin by train, you shouldn't give it a miss visiting the one of Thailand's most beautiful railway station. Hua Hin Railway Station built in the reign of King Rama VI. The station just located in town, not so far from central of the town and beach, you can walk to or if feel give up from the heat of sunny day, you can take taxi (motorbike and Samlor). more photos at my traveluge page of link below.
If you come to Hua Hin by train, you'll immediately adore its railway station.
It was built during the reign of King Rama VI (1910-1925), and is in the form of two magnificent red-and-white pavilions, one of which is exclusively used by royalty visiting Hua Hin.
The station is located in the city centre and it is easy to get transport from and to the city centre and Takiab Beach.
At the left is the Royal Waiting Room of Hua Hin's train station. Built in 1922 when Hua Hin became Thailand's first resort destination and the year after, Hua Hin's first hotel was built (now the Sofitel).
Hua Hin actually enjoys a nice and pretty small railway station. As located in the center of town, it will just take you few minutes to walk-up there and have a look.