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33/33, Petchkasem Road


Hua Hin, 77110



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129/129 Petchkasem Road

Nong Gae Sub-District, Prachuabkhirikhan

Hua Hin, 77110



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Visiting Hua Hin – A City Guide
A resort town on the Gulf of Thailand, three hours’ drive south of Bangkok, Hua Hin is the hottest up-and-coming destination in Thailand It attracts visitors of all ages thanks to its stellar beach, excellent golf, great shopping and delectable dining. A relaxing and exciting hub, Hua Hin is a brilliant choice for nature and culture lovers.

Hua Hin: city layout and top attractions
A small town, Hua Hin is set along a 5km stretch of uncrowded, sandy beach. On the southern end of Hua Hin beach, you’ll find Wat Khao Takiab, a Buddhist temple set atop a sheer seaside cliff. The town centre is between Hua Hin 55 and Hua Hin 78 streets, from the seaside up to the Hua Hin Night Markets.

The town centre is brimming with an array of open air markets and side streets lined with souvenir shops, high-end boutiques, massage parlours, restaurants and bars. Active travellers and families will find a host of watersports on the southern end of the beach. You can visit local temples, a nearby artisan market and, if you time it right, join in on one of Hua Hin’s vivid annual cultural festivals. Hua Hin is also Thailand’s premier golfing destination, so if you fancy an exotic tee off, you’ll love the array of world-class courses here.

The concierge recommends…

  • Bartering for souvenirs and feasting on local delights at the Hua Hin Night Markets.
  • Tee off at one of Hua Hin’s leading golf courses.
  • Indulging in a nightcap and stint of karaoke at bars and clubs along Soi Selakam and Soi Bintabaht.
  • Visiting Wat Khao Takiab temple and soaking up the sweeping coastal views.
  • Discovering the talents of local artists at the Baan Sillapin Artists Village.

Eating Out in Hua Hin
Renowned as a culinary hub, Hua Hin offers a wide range of options to suit all tastes and budgets. Local cuisine very much focuses on fresh seafood and spicy curries.

The bustling Night Markets, off Petchkasem Road and close to Hua Hin’s beachside hotels offer a fantastic range of local eateries, including actual restaurants and their street stall extensions. Delight your taste buds with freshly caught seafood, cooked just to your liking. The side streets brim with more upmarket restaurants serving international dishes. To satisfy a pizza craving head to La Grappa, and if you fancy an authentic Indian feast then don’t miss the Royal Indian Food.

The chef recommends...

  • Pad thai: A sweet and tangy fried noodle dish, made with chicken and prawn, topped with peanuts and a splash of lime.
  • Blue swimmer crab and tiger prawns: The absolute highlight of Hua Hin cuisine. Choose your fresh catch and have it grilled, fried, steamed or cooked in a spicy curry.
  • Gaeng keow wan kai: A delectably spicy green chicken curry cooked with lime leaves.
  • Nutella and banana roti: Need a Nutella fix? Then try these scrumptious grilled flatbreads dripping with the chocolate goodliness.

Shopping in Hua Hin
Bustling local street markets, trendy boutiques and a modern air-conditioned shopping mall. Hua Hin has something to offer every shopaholic.

Whether you’re there to buy or just browse, the Hua Hin Night Markets and Cicada Market are a must. Crowded, exhilarating and loud, they offer that essential Thai shopping experience. Leather handbags and sandals, silver jewellery and organic beauty products are among the most popular items to bring home.

Tip: Bartering is not only common but expected in local markets and all part of the experience. Generally speaking, it’s best to start by offering 50% of the asking price and not to diverge too far from that.

  • Bluport Hua Hin Resort Mall is the premier fashion & lifestyle destination boasting an assortment of high end retail stores, gourmet markets and a cinema complex, located just a short walk from our resort.
  • Market Village is Hua Hin’s first major shopping and entertainment complex, perfect for a relaxing daytime shopping spree in air-conditioned comfort.
  • Hua Hin Night Markets sell the cheapest souvenirs in town.
  • Cicada Market is a more upmarket shopping hub, where bartering is not allowed but the quality of wares is higher.
  • For excellent artefacts, skip the town markets and head to Baan Sillapin Artists Village instead.

Culture & Nightlife in Hua Hin
Hua Hin hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year. You can time your visit to coincide with the Songkran Thai New Year Festival. Held in April every year, it’s the most famous and colourful festival in the country. It starts with a quiet morning visit to local temples and ends in nightlong Festivities along Hua Hin beach. Check out Hua Hin After Dark for events, festivals and concerts.

Hua Hin’s nightlife is quite subdued and the Night Markets provide most of the evening entertainment. Do note that all stalls close by midnight. For a nightcap, a stint of karaoke and some live music, stroll along Soi Selakam and Soi Bintabaht, where you’ll find most of the town’s bars and clubs.

  • Feel like a cinema night? BluPort Hua Hin Resort Mall features the latest Hollywood blockbuster films with special VIP facilities.
  • The Cicada Market hosts nightly entertainment events like live music, theatre shows and karaoke competitions.
  • El Murphy’s, on Sela Kam Road, is one of Hua Hin’s many Irish pubs. It hosts a particularly talented live band every night and serves Guinness on tap.
  • JJ Sports is tops if you don’t want to miss your favourite sporting match when visiting Hua Hin.

Leisure in Hua Hin
A vacation in Hua Hin is all about enjoying that glorious uncrowded beach by day, and exploring the buzzy markets by night. Beachside resorts are undoubtedly the main highlight in Hua Hin, and relaxing by the beach or the pool is what a vacation here is all about.

Up for some more excitement? Then try one of the following:

  • Horse riding, kite surfing and banana boat riding right off Hua Hin beach.
  • Indulging in a daily Thai massage, a favourite ritual of all visitors, at our Hua Hin resort.
  • Hitting the crazy slides at Vana Nana Water Park, a popular spot for local and visiting families.
  • Visiting the Sam Roy Yot National Park, only an hour’s drive from Hua Hin. Here, you can tackle a gentle hike to discover enormous limestone caves, over 300 types of native birds and an imposing Royal Pavilion.

Latest Hua Hin Hotel Reviews

Great service and value for money
By SamGoh
Really value for money....stayed in a kids suite (1 King [Less]
Good place to stay with kids
By ppa1312
Excellent property but only challenge faced is communication skills in English speaking of the staff [Less]
Good Hotel, Bad Guests
By charles78
Overall facilities are pretty good. However, the check-in staffs are unresponsive and slow on the check-in process. I like the free water park access part and breakfast but at night, the Corporate [More] Guests are very drunk, rude and noisy and no action taken. [Less]
By Pe Mak
I found all the staff extremely friendly and help full. Special thanks to Khun Lilly who oversees the hotel and arrange things for us with out question lovely lady and excellent at her job. Also [More] special thanks to Khun Note who was all ways helpful around the Beach side restaurant and pool area also another fabulous lady. Boys at front door all great service [Less]
Relaxing and enjoyable stay
By Daniel Fung
The staff are friendly and the swimming pool is wonderful. The beach and the lawn are excellent for holidays. The bedroom and its facilities are well designed. [Less]
The best for this trip
By Chaky
When arrived to hotel is good feel for relax and celebrate anniversary trip [Less]

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