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Things to Do in Hua Hin – Hua Hin Attractions

Hua Hin is located approximately 200 kms southwest of Bangkok Recently upgraded highways provide for a leisurely three hour drive to Thailand's oldest beach resort area. Hua Hin first became popular as a summer retreat in the 1920's with the construction of the railway line from Bangkok. A beautiful colonial style railway hotel was built near Hua Hin's famous rocks in 1923 and the area finally became well establlshed as a beach resort when King Rama VII built a beachside palace named “Klai Kangwon” ther in 1926 Thai Royal Family members still customanly spend vacation time there.

Hua Hin also boasts Thailand’s first golf course (still in use as the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course after some 70 years.)

Hua Hin is unlike most other beach resorts in Thailand. If you are looking for bright lights and frantic all night action you will be disappointed there. It is very much a family holiday resort area with good shopping and multi – national restaurants including, of course, the best Thai seafood the country has to offer. Apart from its fabulour beaches, Hua Hin is best known for its cotton products, which come in a wide range of prints and colours, and its dried seafood products which enjoy enduring appeal among those who favour Thai and Chinese cuisine. A nightly street market in Hua Hin town is a favourite venue for shoppers.

Pa La U Waterfall National Park and Elephant Village

Take a trip into the tropical rain forest west of Hua Hin, close to the Burmese border. The trek will take you deep into the uninhabited jungle of peaks, valleys and the multi level Pa La u waterfall. Bath in the cool waters and listen to the sound of the wild life. Upon your return from the trek, lunch and refreshments are served.


Elephant Village

Elephant Village

Shortly after lunch, the bus will depart from the national park, taking you to the Elephant Village, where you will be treated to an Elephant Safari ride through the local country side.

Remark

Guest are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, as some stages of the trek can be slippery.

  • Full day tour includes; Transportation
  • Entrance fee into national park
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Elephant Safari
  • English speaking guide
Every Wednesday

Full day tour
Time: 8.30 am - 6.00 pm

Sam Roi Yod National Park

Depart from the hotel for a 50 minute bus ride to visit a pineapple plantation, then continue on to a tradition fishing village, where we board a long tail boat which will take us to beaches of Sam Roi Yod national park.


Prayanakorn Cave

Prayanakorn Cave

After a break, take a 20 minute trek, climbing up to Prayanakorn cave to see the wooden pavilion erected for King Rama V on his visit 100 years ago. When you return down to the beach, a well deserved lunch and refreshments is served in the local restaurant. The rest of the afternoon is spent relaxing and bathing on the white sandy beaches before returning to the hotel.

Remark

Guest are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, short trousers and bring along sun block or lotions.

  • Full day tour includes; Transportation
  • Boat trip to Sam Roi Yod beach
  • Entrance fee into national park
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • English speaking guide
Every Tuesday & Saturday

Full day tour
Time: 8.30 am - 4.00 pm