Bus times from Koh Samui to Hua Hin

The fastest and easiest way to travel Koh Samui to Hua Hin is to take the joint ferry and bus service operated by the Lomprayah High Speed Ferry Company.

Bus Timetable from Koh Samui to Hua Hin

Koh Samui - Hua Hin ฿ 9,250–18,590 9h 15m – 11h
  •   Luxury VIP Van
  •   Luxury SUV
  •   Comfort Car
  •   Van 9pax
  •   Economy
  •   SUV 4pax
  •   Van 10pax

Departure from Koh Samui

Joint ferry and bus services to Hua Hin depart from Pralan Pier, 26/61 Moo.4 Maenam Koh Samui Surat Thani 84330, Thailand.

Google Map of Pralan Pier

Arrival in Hua Hin

Bus services from Koh Samui to Hua Hin terminate at Hua Hin Lomprayah Office, 85/7 Petchkasem Rd, Hua Hin, Hua Hin District, Chang Wat Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand.

Google Map of Hua Hin Lomprayah Office

About Travel to Hua Hin

Hua Hin is a holiday town with just over 60,000 permanent residents. Hua Hin has a unique character with makes it different to other major tourist destinations in Thailand, such as Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Samui. One of the most obvious striking differences is the type of tourists Hua Hin tends to attract, the majority of whom are either older foreign visitors or Thai tourists taking a short break in Hua Hin, typically at the weekends and during public holidays.

Hua Hin has been a popular destination for Thai tourists since the 1920s when Thailand’s King built a holiday home in the area. By road you can get from Bangkok to Hua Hin in just over 3 hours making the town a convenient place to get away for the weekend. Hua Hin has lots of fish restaurants and this is a major draw for better off residents of Bangkok who come in large groups to eat seafood in the seafront restaurants of the Nares Damri Road in the centre of Hua Hin.

Hua Hin's city centre beach is 6 km long
Hua Hin’s city centre beach is 6 km long

Hua Hin appeals to a lot of older foreign visitors because the town has great hotels and restaurants, but lacks a widespread culture of drinking in noisy bars until late in the evening. Hua Hin does have bars of all kinds, but not that many compared to places like Chaweng in Koh Samui or Patong in Phuket. The town has a much more sedate atmosphere with people enjoying the long town centre beach and relaxed evenings visiting Hua Hin’s night markets or long evening meals in the city’s reasonably priced restaurants and guest house dining rooms.

Hua Hin is also great for golfers with 12 high quality golf courses within a 60 minutes drive of the town centre.

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