Fishing in Thailand

Fishing in Hua Hin

Getting here

Transport options from Bangkok start from 160BHT - Journey time is around 2hrs.


Cha-am is located around 180km south of Bangkok. The main highway from Bangkok runs straight thru Cha-Am town and is just 2kms from the beachfront. Minivans and buses drop off in the town and we can come and collect you at the minivan stations if you wish simply give us a call in advance of your arrival. Additionally the railway runs through the northern part of town.

If you are coming to us on a fishing holiday transfers from Bangkok airport should take around 2 1/2 hours or less.

More detail about travel options below...


Minivan from Bangkok to Cha-Am

Minivans run from the minivan stations by Victory Monument in the centre of Bangkok. To get to the minivan station catch the BTS Skytrain to Victory Monument (or take a taxi), look for the Century shopping centre before leaving the BTS station, and the minivans are just down the stairs on the left of the shopping centre. These minivans stop in Cha-Am on Soi "bus stop", near the beach from where we can arrnage to have you collected by private taxi (costs from 250BHT). Another minivan company operates from behind the bus stop on Victory Monument, dropping you off at the top of Narathip road (the main road down to the beach).

Minivan from Hua-Hin to Cha-Am

You can also use the minivans as a quick way of getting to Cha Am from Hua-Hin and visa versa - the fare is about 30 Baht. You can pick up minivans on the main road in Hua-Hin at the junction of Chomsin Road or soi 70 by the traffic lights.


The minivans are quicker than the bus, as they only stop in Cha- am, then onto Hua-Hin, and are probably the best cheap way of getting to Cha-am from both Bangkok and Hua-Hin. The fare is only slightly higher than the bus at 180 Baht from BKK or around 30BHT from Hua-Hin and the journey often takes less than 2hrs from Bangkok or 25 minutes from Hua-Hin.

Minivans run from 06.00 - until 19.00 and depart every 30 minutes or earlier when full. In the last few years, there are many more minivan operators and you can now catch a minivan from Cha-am to Pattaya, Kanchanaburi and Pranburi and visa versa relatively easily and they are very cheap. Once you arrive at the minivan station we can arrange for you to be picked up by private taxi.


If your looking for a door to door service. A taxi is always the easiest way of getting from A to B in Thailand, and still represents good value for money. If you require a taxi from Bangkok International Airport (Suvarnabhumi) there is an official taxi stand just outside the arrivals doors on the road, or we can arrange for one of our reliable drivers to collect you.


If you wish, we can book taxis for you we have a list of reliable drivers who bring anglers to Jurassic Mountain on an almost daily basis from Bangkok, Hua-Hin and Cha-am. Fares from BKK are 3000BHT RTN (1800BHT 1 WAY) And 600BHT from Hua-Hin (1100BHT RETURN) and 250BHT from Cha-Am town.

Drive yourself

If you have a car and wish to come to us from BKK here are directions.


Leaving Bangkok via the toll roads system follow signs to Dao Khanong until you cross the bridge over the Chao Praya River then follow the road until it becomes highway No. 35 through Samut Sakhon and Samut Songkhran provinces, then having travelled around 100kms take the left exit onto highway No. 4.(Look for the sign to "Petchaburi") Continue down highway 4 passing thru Petchaburi town, and then Tha Yang town for around 70kms. 20 km past Tha Yang The main road splits for the bypass, keep left (signs for Cha-Am) and follow the road to the traffic lights in Cha-Am. Please see the map  for the last part of your journey.


Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport is a major international air hub, as such nearly every single major international airline lands here. Some of the best flights from Europe are with the following airlines. From the UK:- Eva Air, Emirates, Gulf Air, Eithad, Thai Airways, KLM, British Airways Air Asia X and many more besides. Many of these airlines also fly from European Cities.