Here is a guideline for you to plan your next trip to Hua Hin, Thailand.

About Hua Hin

While the beaches of Phuket and Koh Samui are more well-known to visitors for its white sands and clear water, Hua Hin has already been the favorite Thai resort for over 90 years, especially for the royal family. It is a delightful mix of attractions of a modern travel destination, sea with the charm and fascination, lively markets, tasty street eats and a fully functional infrastructure.

How to Get There:

Starting from Bangkok, you can take a minivan from the southern bus terminal with a cost of 180 BHAT. After almost 3 hours’ drive, you will alight at Central Hua Hin clock tower. From there, you can take a taxi which starts at 100 BHAT to go to any attractions.  Normally people will go for a one day tour which will take you to different attractions. It usually costs 1200 BHAT for two people.

Alternatively, there is a coach from the airport directly go to Hua Hin.

What to Do:

  1. Hua Hin and Cha-am Beach
  2. Enjoy a holiday in various oceanfront resorts (here is our recommendation)
  3. Swiss Sheep Farm to experience an European style farm life
  4. Santorini Park to realize a romantic blue and white dream
  5. Hua Hin Railway Station to have a look at a traditional railway station
  6. Mrigadayavan Palace to witness the deep love an old King has for his wife
  7. The Venezia Hua Hin to live like a local in Venice
  8. Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park to act like a royal member
  9. Night market for cheap street food and seafood


  1. Put on sufficient sun block
  2. Remember to bargain in night market
  3. Avoid taxi/tuk-tuk scam by knowing the average cost


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