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Exploring Hua Hin

Hot on the heels of Phuket and Samui, this one-time peaceful fishing village has seen much development over recent years, with bars and restaurants replacing the fishing fleets on the piers and hotels and resorts popping up throughout the town.

However, despite its rapid growth, Hua Hin retains much of its traditional charm which draws people back year after year. Hua Hin boasts over three miles of sandy beaches with gentle surf, which makes swimming possible all year round.

Accommodations in Hua Hin

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Hua Hin is the Daddy's Home Guesthouse Hua Hin, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Baan Poolom Beachfront Condominium in Hua Hin as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Hua Hin

Hua Hin offers a bit of everything, with an attractive beach area fronting some impressive hotel resorts and beach-going cafés. There are also several worthy sights to check out for those looking for a bit more, both within the resort, farther down the coast and inland.

- Hua Hin Market Village

Market Village is the only large-scale shopping mall in Hua Hin. It is also an entertainment complex and comes complete with a number of brand named stores, a food hall, a cinema and electronic shops. It covers three floors and takes a few hours to explore.

- Hua Hin Night Market

The night market in Hua Hin is one of the most popular attractions in the city. It opens every evening from 18:30 and boasts a wide array of clothing, souvenirs, jewelry and food stalls. You can literally find something for everyone here. It is also one of the best places in the city to shop for handicrafts.

Transportation in Hua Hin

Hua Hin is easily reached from Bangkok by road or rail, although the train takes around four or five hours to cover the 200-kilometre distance. Buses leave hourly, between 04:00 and 22:20, from Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal but are slower than the minibuses found around the capital’s Victory Monument. Arranging car hire at Suvarnabhumi Airport is the fastest way to get to Hua Hin, via the Thonburi-Paktho Road and the Petchkesem Highway. Taxi travel is also quick, but is the most expensive option. Once you’ve arrived, there’s an excellent choice of accommodation at all levels, including several spa resorts, such as the Sunvillas Hua Hin and the Hotel de la Paix, which offer comfort and traditional spa treatments.

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