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As you stroll through the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with approximately 50,000 residents.
The nation's capital, Bangkok, lies 150 kilometres northeast of Hua Hin, while Cha-am can be found 25 kilometres to the north.
A few hours at Black Mountain Water Park or Elephant Village is a fantastic opportunity for some quality family time. If you're looking for a bit more excitement, Hutsadin Elephant Foundation and Santorini Park are some other options.
Want to discover the wildest spot in town? Then call in at Camel Republic, where the whole family can marvel at a few of the wonders of the magnificent animal kingdom.
Eager for a more relaxing day of sightseeing? Then pay a visit to the Hua Hin Hills Vineyard, where you'll learn about the art of local winemaking as well as enjoy a drop or two.
Take some time out from all that sightseeing and stretch out on the cool grass at Royal Queen's Park and Princess Mother Memorial Park. Park Life and Pa La-u are also well-known meeting points for both travellers and locals.
Seek out the best vantage points to admire the shimmering waters of Pa La-U Waterfalls and Huai Yang Waterfall.
Take a trip to Cha-am Beach or Pak Nam Pran Beach and let the smell of the salty water and sounds of the ocean calm your mind. Those keen to see more can also check out Puek Tian Beach and Koh Talu Beach.
Hua Hin offers a collection of nature reserves, such as Phraya Nakhon Cave and Pranburi Forest Park. Two more areas to take a look at are Kui Buri National Park and Hat Wanakorn National Park.
An important area of marine conservation, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is overflowing with underwater activity.
Enjoy the interesting artworks in the gallery spaces of the Baan Silapin. If you see something that really catches your eye, be sure to find out some more information about the artist.
Do you want to explore some historic attractions? An excursion to the Wat Huay Mongkol or the Mrigadayavan Palace will leave you with a greater understanding of Hua Hin's days of yore. The Pone Kingpetch Statue and the Hua Hin Clock Tower are two more worthwhile sights.
Learn stories of those who called Klai Kangwon Palace and Mrigadayavan Palace home over the years. Ask about tours of these exquisite residences if you'd like to see their interiors up close.
No matter your beliefs, the Wat Khao Takiab and the Wat Tang Sai Temple can help you reconnect with your spiritual side. Would you like an even deeper look into Hua Hin's spiritual identity? Continue on to the Wat Bo Fai and the Wat Khao Krailas Temple.
When it comes down to figuring out which landmarks to stop by, Khao Hin Lek Fai View Point and Hua Hin Pier should definitely make the cut. They're the type of attraction that you'll want to share with your friends back home, so don't forget to pack your camera!
One of the area's chief centres for higher learning, the Wang Klai Kangwon Vocational College is worth your time. Enquire about tours, admire the modern architecture and have a chat to the students about campus life.
If ever there was a shopping wonderland, Hua Hin would be it. With a diverse range of shopping plazas to choose out of, you'd do best to start with Hua Hin Night Market and Cicada Market. Hua Hin Market Village and Hua Hin Floating Market also offer plenty of opportunities for a shopping spree.
Spend time perfecting your swing on the driving range or enjoying a friendly game with mates at the Black Mountain Golf Club and the Banyan Golf Club. Alternatively, grab some clubs and hit up the fairways of the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course and the Imperial Lake View Golf Club.
Sometimes it's a place's less well-known attractions that pack the biggest surprises. With that in mind, consider having a look at the Hua Hin Seoul Country Club, the Majestic Creek Country Club and Pranburi River.
There's no need to get your knickers in a twist about securing your Hua Hin hotel. lastminute.com.au lists more than 275 accommodations. Don't forget though, the sooner you book, the sooner you can get started setting out your amazing adventures! (You'll probably save a bit of dosh too.)
If you'd rather spend cash on experiences than on a hotel room, the Baan Kang Mung Bed & Breakfast and the Toast Inn are a couple of places you should check out. You may also want to consider the Chiva-Som International Health Resort Hotel and the V Villas Hua Hin MGallery by Sofitel. These high-end hotels are for those who want to live a life of leisure and luxury while they're here.
26 Nov. - 27 Nov.
our experience of this property was overall very positive. Our room was extremely clean and the decore was fresh and modern. The location is a few km's from the main waterfront earring and shopping area but transport is cheap and easy to get. Only negative was the extremely hard bed !
1 Dec. - 2 Dec.
Beach-front hotel (with no sand beach), wonderful staff, VERY expensive fine dining restaurant with average (and small) meal. Food/Beverage Mgr Tor and housekeeper Nan are awesome.
1 Dec. - 2 Dec.
Property is old and rundown. Renovations are ongoing. Wait for them to finish. Not fair to charge Hilton price at this time/stage.
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