Explore Hua Hin

 
 

HUa Hin Train Station

Built during the reign of King Rama VI, and only a short distance from the centre of town, Hua Hin's railway station has become a popular tourist attraction. Its quaint, East-meets-West architectural style stands in stark contrast to the modern hotel buildings and outdoor malls that have become an integral part of 21st century Hua Hin’s skyline.

 

Hua Hin Beach

Your holiday to Hua Hin will not be complete without soaking your feet in the warm tropical sand. From pony rides on the beach and thrilling banana boat rides for the kids to waterskiing, windsurfing and parasailing for adventure-seeking beach lovers, Cha-Am or Hua Hin’s long beach offers something for everyone.

 

Plearn Wan

Stepping through Plearn Wan is like stepping into a time machine – suddenly, you find yourself surrounded by all things vintage. Plearn Wan feels more like a living museum where you can experience a slice of life in the 1950s. Its two-storey courtyard-style building houses a community of period-style shops selling everything from retro plastic-and-tin toys to snacks, as well as authentic Thai cuisines.

 

Camel Republic

Inspired by modern Moroccan architecture, Camel Republic actually features a mini petting zoo and amusement park complete with mechanical rides. Apart from Arabian camels, you’ll get to also feed the alpacas, flamingo, giraffes and many other cute and furry animals. The park’s amusement segment features the latest high-flying thrill rides for the adventurous.

 

Hutsadin Elephant Foundation

Hutsadin Elephant foundation provides the opportunity to ride, wash, walk and feed elephants for a small donation. The aim of this non-profit organization is to care for their elephants and give them every opportunity to live a life that is full and pain free.

Santorini Park

This park brings a slice of the picture-perfect Greek island to Thailand. It has got all things Greek: From classic whitewashed buildings, colorfully painted windows, down to stone-paved paths and domed towers. This photogenic outdoor entertainment venue is packed with shops, restaurants and an amusement park offering good times for everyone.

 

Cicada & Tamarind Market

Both Tamarind and Cicada Night Market are easily the most beautifully decorated weekend hipster market in Thailand. Located just next to one another, the popular outdoor markets are must-visits when in Hua Hin: All the Thai cuisine you can eat with a wide range of stalls offering boutique-style art and crafts, complete with live music and even an open air theatre with weekly acts in the evening.

 

Monsoon Valley Vineyard

Located just 36km from Hua Hin, this award-winning vineyard is surrounded by mountain ranges and endless expanse of greenery, offering a delightful excursion complete with wine-tasting and dining opportunities. You can go on a vineyard tour and paint your own wine label to create personalised bottles as gifts.

 

Sam Roi Yod National Park

Located about 60km south of Hua Hin, Sam Roi Yod is the first marine national park of Thailand. It has a limestone hill range along the Gulf of Thailand, with the highest measuring 605m above sea level. The national park features many attractions such as Phraya Nakhon Cave with an amazing temple hidden inside of this cave.

 

Vana Nava Water Park

Located just 5-min drive away from our villa, Vana Nava is an exotic tropical environment with amazing slides, rides and an incredible choice of 19 attractions. World class modern design, interactive facilities including shopping, a variety of food options and year round events complete the scene.

 
 
 

Food & Dining

 
 

Putahracsa Resort with a great pool-side beach restaurant with delicious Western food. Try their mussles or their grilled chicken!

Ob-Oon Boulangerie-Patisserie - part of the Putahracsa resort, but accross the street is this patisserie serving some of the best pastries in town. Try their coconut macarons (not the French kind you're thingking)!

Lo Stivale Italian Restaurant - tasty Italian food, especially their pasta.

Mehfil Authentic North Indian Restaurant - The decor and ambiance is not some of the best, but they do serve the best Indian food in town, if you want to take a break from Thai.

Siam Bakery (Marriott Hotel) - Enjoy on-the-go morning bites, casual lunches and takeaway dinners at Siam Bakery. I highly recommend their breakfast sets which are served on a tray room-service style :)

Rod Fai Seafood - our favorite fresh seafood Thai restaurant in Hua Hin Night market.

Talay Thai Restaurant is the very best Thai restaurant you will find in Hua Hin. It is located inside the Hyatt Regency resort. You will not regret coming here.

Seenspace Hua Hin is a beachfront shopping mall with many cool shops and restaurants. Try the iced tea place located inside a stunning glass green house.

Aroi @ Huahin - only a short drive away from the house, this indoor/outdoor restaurant took us by surprise. The best casual Thai food we have had in Hua Hin so far! Tip: try their crab meat in yellow curry powder. Delicious!

Le Colonial Beach Club - owned by the same owner as the Intercontinental hotel, this beach-front restaurant is also a beach club with a pool. For a a fee of THB 500 and you'll get a towel and access to the pool.

Other places worth checking out

Bar Indigo

Beach Cafe Restaurant

Devasom Hua Hin Restaurant

McFarland House

Vana Nava Sky Bar & Restaurant (Holiday Inn Hotel)

 
 
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