By bus it takes 5 hours 30 minutes to travel Pattaya to Hua Hin. The same journey by ferry takes only 2 hours.
Bus Timetable: Pattaya to Hua Hin
Click on the ‘Pattaya – Hua Hin’ link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Pattaya - Hua Hin ฿ 510 6h|
Bus Stop in Pattaya
Bus services to Hua Hin depart from Pattaya Bus Station, which is located on the North Pattaya Road in Pattaya City.
Arrival in Hua Hin
Bus services from Pattaya terminate at the New Hua Hin Bus Station, 1991/20 Phet Kasem Rd, Cha-am, Cha-am District, Phetchaburi 76120.
About Hua Hin Night Market
Hua Hin Night Market is open every night of the year from 18:00 to 24:00 and it’s always one of the liveliest places in the town. The Night Market occupies a stretch of the Dechanuchit Alley and is 550 metres walking distance from Hua Hin Railway Station. Hua Hin Night Market has stalls selling souvenirs, snack stalls and some bars but the big attraction for people visiting the market is the seafood. It is generally cheaper to eat seafood at Hua Hin Night Market than it is at the more famous Hua Hin seafood restaurants on the Nares Damri Road on the seafront in Hua Hin town centre.
The best value seafood at the Night Market is to be found at the mobile stalls which set up near where the Dechanuchit Alley intersects with the Sa Song Road. There plastic tables and chairs you can sit at to eat from from these mobile seafood vendors and this is where you find local Thai people coming to eat, which is a good recommendation. We particularly recommend the Duang Jai Seafood stall as serving very good seafood at as cheaper prices as you are likely to find anywhere in Hua Hin. Be slightly careful, however, eating at some of the formal restaurants inside the market and check the prices before you order. Unfortunately, there have been some recent report of of outrageous over charging by some of the less reputable premises in the market.