The train station in Hua Hin is built during the reign of King Rama VI's (1910-1925) and is one of Thailand's oldest railway stations. The special and unique building style is totally different from what we are used to experience in the West and in Thailand it is considered to be the most beautiful train station in the whole country..
Its most striking feature is the spectacular royal "waiting pavilion" built in traditional thai style. The pavilion was originally moved from Sanam Chan Palace in the Nakhon Pathom province which also happened during the reign of King Rama VI.
On the site you can also see an old 305 Unit Baldwin steam locomotive.
Location: You will find the transtation on the western side of the Damnoen Kasam Road and it is easily reachable by foot only a couple of minutes from the city centre.