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Most visitors to Hua Hin are tempted by the beaches where the welcoming white, powdery sand looks out to sparkling, clear blue oceans full of colorful marine life. If you can pull yourself away from the seafront however, you’ll find a lively and buzzing town with traditional buildings, a rich history, and busy markets running both day and night. There’s certainly a western influence thanks to the large numbers of tourists who visit the area, but the modern buildings sit comfortably amongst the older Thai architecture.

Hua Hin Beach is the perfect spot for relaxing, with long white sands, clear blue seas, and tall swaying palm trees. Whether you enjoy sunbathing, swimming, or taking a donkey ride down the beach there’s something for everyone to enjoy. About half an hour north is the Cha-am Beach, which is full of high-end resorts and quiet beaches with sun loungers and parasols to help you get comfortable. The Hua Hin Market Village is an impressive shopping mall set over 3 floors, with a mixture of local and western stores, as well as food courts and a cinema. If you need a bite to eat you can also visit the Hua Hin Night Market which features dozens of stalls piled with produce and freshly caught seafood, as well as vendors selling bowls of spicy treats and grilled kebabs on sticks. The quaint pavilion of Hua Hin Railway Station used to belong to a royal palace and was moved here in the 1960s. From here you’ll find regular steam train services to surrounding towns, and you can wait for your train in the well-maintained royal waiting room.

Hotels in Hua Hin

With many stylish beach resorts on the oceanfront, you’ll find plenty of luxury hotels in Hua Hin, and features could include outdoor and indoor pools, full-service spas, health clubs, cafés, multiple restaurants, bars, and event catering. If you’re on business then you’ll also enjoy extras such as business centers, meeting rooms, and car services. After a long day you can escape to your guestroom, many of which have air-conditioning and balconies, and you’ll also find amenities such as cable television, complimentary bottled water, bathrobes, and slippers. Many places also provide irons and ironing boards, refrigerators, and hairdryers.

Where to stay

Hua Hin is a popular area with tourists, with an interesting mix of beachside resorts and backpacker hostels. In addition to the picture perfect beaches, the area has picturesque national parks, bustling markets, and intricately designed historic buildings. Cha-am to the north is also a charming beach resort, and the American university in town means the area has a young, fun vibe. To the south of Hua Hin is the Pranburi district which is much quieter than the surrounding areas with smaller resorts and quieter beaches. The area is also home to the peaceful Pranburi Forest Park where you can explore long winding trails through the trees and see local wildlife frolicking in their natural habitat.

How to get to Hua Hin

Suvarnabhumi Airport, commonly known as Bangkok International Airport is less than a 3 hour drive from Hua Hin, and many travelers pick up a rental car or taxi to get them to their resort. There’s also a coach service running between the airport and Hua Hin during the day, which can work out cheaper than taking a taxi. Hua Hin Station is an interesting attraction in itself with opulent architecture, and from here there are various tours and services running around the district.

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