A 2-day trip in Prachuap Khiri Khan is one of the most recommended, located only 3-hour drive from Bangkok beautiful sandy beaches would be explored. The meaning of the name is city of mountains, also homes to lots of cultural sanctuary of the old periods of Thailand, which was once necklaced by the capital after the wrench of Ayutthaya. The city of Prachuap Khiri Khan could be called the most popular beach town of all time when the stay is comfortable with full of hotels for all rated stars and restaurants for all tastes. To travel from Bangkok is much easier these days with air-con buses, own drive or even trains. Use this guidance to plan for a 2 – Day Trip in Prachuap Khiri Khan, where one could find more than the beaches.
Hua Hin Railway Station
Sirinart Rajini Ecosystem Learning Center
Wat Khao Chong Krachok
Phraya Nakhon Cave
Kui Buri National Park
Huay Yang Waterfall National Park
Chedi Phak Di Pra Kard
From Bangkok, take the Thon Buri – Pak Tho Road (Highway 35), passing Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram, then turn left into Phetchakasem Road (Highway 4), then follow the road until you see the crossroad leading to Prachuap Khiri Khan. The total distance is approximately 280 km.
@ Victory Monument
@ The Northern Bus Station (Mo chit)
200 – 250 THB
@ Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal
110 THB for 1st class (Air-conditioned)
85 THB for 2nd class (Air-conditioned)
61 THB for non-air-conditioned (Ordinary)
@ Hualamphong Railway Station
202 THB for 1st class (Rapid and express only)
102 THB for 2nd class (Rapid and express only)
44 THB for 3rd class (Ordinary)
There are currently no regular commercial air flights into Hua Hin, though there are charter flights available.
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