Huaxin Railway Station, Thailand's most beautiful railway station, although small, but full of literary atmosphere, suitable for the elderly. The color and miniaturization are fairy tale feel open waiting hall and free train service. Don't ask me when or how many buses there are. I don't know.
Huaxin Railway Station was built in 1911 during Lamai VI. Its strong tropical atmosphere made it one of the most beautiful railway stations in Thailand. Its completion led to the development of Huaxin at that time. Now it has become a nostalgic railway station with its historical status and symbolic significance. Huaxin Railway Station is very small, red and yellow buildings, very beautiful. If you come to Huaxin, you must punch in at the railway station. The red sign of the station is a sign of Huaxin. There are many such small refrigerators on sale in the night market. If you like, you can take one home. Now more tourists regard it as a tourist attraction, because it's very close from the city. If time permits, it must be a great experience to take this retro train. A group of trains across the railway station were converted into cafes. If I had time to sit, I would not know until I came back to see my friend's photos. Address: Th Liab Tang Rot Fai Ticket: Free
Huaxin Railway Station was built in 1911 during Lamai VI. Its strong tropical atmosphere made it one of the most beautiful railway stations in Thailand. Its completion led to the development of Huaxin at that time. Now it has become a nostalgic railway station with its historical status and symbolic significance. Huaxin Railway Station is small, antique, but very beautiful and elegant. Stepping into the red and white railway station is like a backward passage of time. Now more tourists regard it as a tourist attraction. There are pictures of old locomotives and the King inspecting the station, as well as tourist posters of the Guihe Bridge. As a tourist experience, it is necessary to take a train to feel closer.
Train riding in Thailand is a fantastic experience, as if returning to the era of green trains without air conditioning two or three decades ago, and enjoying a real slow life. There are no ticket gates and fences on the platform, people are waiting by the railway; some trains open large holes in the process, because there is no door at all; along the way, you can feel the local simple folk customs and rural scenery. Huaxin Railway Station is the oldest and most romantic town station in Thailand. Its architectural style is unique and distinct. Its red-painted beams, columns and roofs are matched with yellow walls. It is colorful and exudes a strong tropical flavor. When the train leaves the station, the staff will ring the bell hanging beside the platform, and take a rest on the platform chair, just like the back of time.
Because they live close to each other, they come on foot. They go to Wang Gong/Lama IV's Palace twice, take photos once, and copy King Wang Gong/Lama IV's Palace once. Under Puchatburi Station, there is no air-conditioned green train. The scenery is good, but it's dirty. Thai trains are basically late, but it's still convenient. The one-way fare of 13 baht is good to feel.
We are going to take the 11:46 train to Phetchaburi to Yinwang Palace and go to the railway station in advance, because after all, it is also a scenic spot in Huaxin. Railway station red mainly, looking very warm. A lot of people are shooting on the rails, so are we, haha. While waiting for the train, I met a Dutchman who said that he would take a six-minute train to Surat Tahni. Five of them were of high looks, all of them had long thighs. Haha, they had good luck. There are also a large group of young foreign men and women, backpackers, do not know where to go, envy the free and easy people. In a word, the railway station is still going.
It's a free attraction, and there are trains now. When I went there that day, it was drizzling, but it was much cooler. There were always such colorful buildings in Thailand, and they were as enthusiastic as the local people. The railway station is very small, there is nothing to play, just visit, take pictures, and leave in a hurry without seeing the train passing, but it is worth going to Huaxin.
It is one of the oldest and most beautiful railway stations in Thailand. As a matter of fact, it is well-known and fully open. It has few flights. Now it has become a must-go point for visitors to Huaxin. It is full of history and design. The color is also very suitable for photography. It's a pity that we didn't find the library with the legendary train box structure.
The Huaxin Railway Station was built in 1911 during Lamai VI. It is one of the oldest railway stations in Thailand. Its strong tropical flavor also makes it the most beautiful railway station in Thailand. Its completion at that time led to the development of Huaxin, and now it becomes a nostalgic railway station with its historical status and symbolic significance. Stepping into the red and white railway station is like a backward passage of time.
Ha-ha, it's very close to the hotel. It's a quiet and quiet sign railway station to a platform where you can enter and leave freely. There's a North-to-South bus stop at about 12 o'clock. You can take pictures. Platform rails move around freely. There are two ticket windows in the new station, and a small cafe. The wooden stools waiting outside are thick and have a sense of age