Only serves minivans heading north including Cha-am, Phetchaburi, Kanchanaburi and various points in Bangkok. It's possible that southbound vans will eventually stop here too.
Runs a 346-passenger catamaran passenger ferry between Hua Hin and Pattaya. The trip, departing from Khao Takiab Pier, takes as little as two hours when the sea is smooth.
Luang Utane sets up alongside the road at the Sheraton's north entrance. Besides regular motorcycles (200B per day), he has some with covered sidecars for 300B.
Has bus-boat combo service from Hua Hin to Ko Tao (1050B), Ko Pha-Ngan (1300B) and Ko Samui (1400B) departing from their office at 8.30am and 11.30pm.
Khun Arun's main business is laundry, but he also has a few motorcycles for hire in a convenient spot for people staying on the north side of town.
Bus service to/from Hua Hin Airport and Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Pattaya. Tickets can be booked online for a 50B fee.
Ferries from Chumphon to Ko Tao, Ko Pha-Ngan and Ko Samui. The ticket office is located alongside, not in front of, the train station.
Departure point for visiting Tham Phraya Nakhon, whether walking or going by boat.
Not many buses stop in Prachuap, but most that do stop along the highway at a stop known as sà·tăh·nee dern rót.
Has four daily air-con buses to Bangkok at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 1am. These also stop in Phetchaburi, but not Hua Hin.