Things to do

Hua Hin is far from the sleepy little fishing village many perceive it to be! There are plenty of things to see and do in this magnificent place and surrounded with natural beauty it's easy to see why the Royal family love it so much.

There are many beautiful temples and picturesque view points throughout Hua Hin that attract visitors from all over the world, not just Thailand. Coupled with the traditional Railway Station, Night Markets and Rajabhakti Park (7 Kings of Thailand) making for some spectacular cultural photo opportunities.

Hutsadin Elephant Foundation
Get up close and personal with these gentle giants at this amazing, non-profit rescue sanctuary for abandoned, sick and old elephants.

Cicada & Tamarind Night Market (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays)
Boasting a host of unique hand-crafted gifts, jewellery and clothing stalls, live performance arts, sculptures, artwork and amazing array of fresh food and drink makes this a number 1 destination that attracts both tourists and locals in Hua Hin

Nature & Hiking places to visit in and around the area for free:
Hin Lek Fai
Pranburi Forest Park & Mangroves
Pranburi Dam
Khao Nang Panthurat Forest Park
Khao Kalok
Dolphin Bay

(NOT FREE): Sam Roi Yot - This is a national Park with many attractions, including the most popular Phraya Nakhon Cave about a 45 minute drive south of Hua Hin centre.

Muay Thai Boxing
There is also a good selection of Muay Thai Boxing training on offer, from local mountain training at Hin Lek Fai Gym ( to state of the art facilities at Diamond Hill Gym -

Fun for Kids

Vana Nava Water Park - Now part of the newly completed Holiday Inn Resort

Monsoon Valley Vineyard - Sample the locally grown wine as you soak up the tranquil surroundings

Siam Milsim - Shooting Range, ATV and Zombie killing Fun

Black Mountain - Golf Course, Water Park, Wake Park, Spa and Resort

Baan Sillapin Artist Village - Try your hand at something crafty

FN Outlet - Shopping and High Tea with Dinosaurs and Flamingos


Market Village



Camel Republic

Santorini Park

Cha-Am ATV Park

Mrigadayavan Palace

Baan Khun Por Food Court
Experience Al-fresco dining Thai style with live bands enhancing the already buzzing atmosphere. Simply one of the best ways to please everyone with a large selection of both Thai and Western food at very good prices.

Pala-U Waterfall is also worth a visit, however the recent bad weather destroyed some of the pathways, so you can only get up to Level 5 now

Details of more places to come, including world class golf courses and nightlife.


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