The ferry between Hua Hin and Pattaya

May 10, 2017 1

May 2017 The ferry line now has a website. Most of the English version is still in Thai and the “Book online” link doesn’t work, but it’s a start. For more information: Pattaya: […]

Getting around Cha-Am

March 31, 2016 4

The most pleasant way to get around in Cha-Am is to rent a bicycle or a motorbike. For short distances in town you can use a moto-taxi, or a bus to travel along Phetkasem road. […]

How to go to Cha-Am

March 31, 2016 2

Assuming you’re travelling from Bangkok, you can go to Cha-Am by train, by bus, by minivan or by car. Prices and time schedules can change frequently, so even if we try our best to give […]

From Cha-Am to Bangkok by road

March 30, 2016 0

Part 1: Cha-Am to Rama IX bridge Leave Cha-Am by following the road #4 (Phetkasem) back to the North. Pass through Phetchaburi and keep on following the signs to Bangkok. You will then have to […]

From Bangkok to Cha-Am by road

March 30, 2016 0

Part 1: Bangkok to Rama II You can get out of Bangkok by Rama IX bridge, on the expressway that goes to Rama II road (road #35). Of course you may choose another option, depending […]

Going to Cha-Am by minivan

March 30, 2016 13

The article below is partially out of date, since the minivans have been moved out of Victory Monument. From Bangkok to Cha-Am Minivans (minibuses) start from Victory Monument, which is on the BTS line (Skytrain). […]

Going to Cha-Am by train

March 30, 2016 2

From Bangkok to Cha-Am Southbound trains leave from Hualamphong station in Bangkok 13 times daily between 8:05 and 22:50. Whereas most trains stop to Hua Hin, only three trains, departing at 9:20, 15:35 and 18:30, […]