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Bangkok to Hua Hin

205 km Distance
10 m Ascent
10 m Descent

(4 ratings)

This is a very varied road bike route which takes you from Bearing BTS station, the most southern station on the BTS in Bangkok to the Sheraton Hotel in Hua Hin, which is a very good place to recover once you've ridden 206 km.  The route avoids highways and major roads as much as possible and takes you down some fairly remote klongs and rough tracks.  I rode it on a Specialised Roubaix road bike which ate the rough stuff (as it is designed to do) but a good quality road bike will have no problems.  Scenery is also a plus with the very rural paddy fields in the northern sector and the salt farms on the coast east of Phetchaburi.  The route also uses one ferry to cross the Chao Phraya and the pier can be accessed through a covered market but you have to look for it.  The ferry avoids the need to cross the huge expressway bridge to the north.


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