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Hua Hin Railway Station "Top 10" unseen delights for Chinese visitors

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Hua Hin Railway Station "Top 10" unseen delights for Chinese visitors

 

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Picture: Talk News Online

 

Proud Hua Hin station master Prasong Komuk told Talk News Online that track developments in the seaside town had not affected his station's place in the hearts of visitors. 

 

Hua Hin station was still one of the top ten "unseen" but must see places in Thailand according to voting on a leading Chinese website, he said. 

 

He said that three million visitors a year took pictures of the preserved sign and other areas at his iconic station. 

 

Source: Talk News Online

 
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The top nine 9) the temple 8)  the temple 7) the temple .6) another temple.5)the temple 4) 7/11 .3) family mart 2 ) the temple 1) TEMPLE...

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"He said that three million visitors a year took pictures of the preserved sign and other areas at his iconic station."

 

O yes, he counted them all.

 

 

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Far better than the bland, boring, expensive and overcrowded stations in the UK. Now all Thailand needs is to get some decent trains and tracks laid for them to run on.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Hua Hin station was still one of the top ten "unseen" but must see places in Thailand according to voting on a leading Chinese website, he said. 

 

A shame that so few places are unable to remain 'unseen' by the Chinese.

 

 

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good thing this is all being torn out as we speak.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, marko kok prong said:

just looking at the photo is bringing on a migrane.

 

... haha, yeah, bit shrill that colouring, indeed ... 😨

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21 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

good thing this is all being torn out as we speak.

 

 

What? It's not being torn out. They are just preparing  the ground for  the new railway line. The station remains.

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1 hour ago, RotBenz8888 said:

"He said that three million visitors a year took pictures of the preserved sign and other areas at his iconic station."

O yes, he counted them all.

Or is that 'both of them'?

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35 minutes ago, geriatrickid said:

What? It's not being torn out. They are just preparing  the ground for  the new railway line. The station remains.

i heard they were moving it. i could be wrong.

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1 hour ago, rtco said:

Far better than the bland, boring, expensive and overcrowded stations in the UK. Now all Thailand needs is to get some decent trains and tracks laid for them to run on.

You mean like this masterpiece.

 

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Get the station buffet to sell "eat as much as you can meals" - that will bring the Chinese pouring in!!

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4 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

"He said that three million visitors a year took pictures of the preserved sign and other areas at his iconic station."

 

O yes, he counted them all.

 

 

They sure know how to blend a colour scheme ( NOT )  😵

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