Hua Hin is a prominent coastal town in the western province of Prachuap Khiri Khan with plenty of appeal for beachgoers. It's around 200 km south of Bangkok, making it a popular weekend retreat for residents of Thailand's capital city.  

    Beaches, watersports, historical sites, golf courses, shopping opportunities are aplenty in Hua Hin. The town's laidback charm is great for families and travellers who want to enjoy a holiday in the tropics. Expect inspiring scenery, diverse dining experiences, and charming hospitality throughout your getaway in Hua Hin.

    Where & what to eat in Hua Hin

    Food and dining in Hua Hin offers the chance to experience a unique fusion of flavours from French influences to the Far East, with fish being a popular staple. Street food is popular here and can be found on many street corners and at every night market. Naresdamri Street is famed for its range of seafood restaurants, many with outdoor terraces and fantastic coastal views. Some of the most popular... Read more

    Where to shop & what to buy in Hua Hin

    Shopping in Hua Hin offers plenty of traditional centres and boutique stores, but the night markets are really where the excitement is. At these spots, you can find fresh produce as well as prepared foods and takeaway street food. Also find everything from souvenirs, gifts and knick-knacks to genuine handmade arts and crafts. These vast markets are also a fantastic spot to experience genuine local colour and culture, and... Read more

    Where to go & what to do at night in Hua Hin

    • 7 Best Things to Do After Dinner in Hua Hin

      Things to do after dinner in Hua Hin include night markets, entertainment venues and even live entertainment. Several British-style pubs, sports bars with wide-screen TVs and beer bars are centred on Soi Bintabat, a lane located near Hilton Hua Hin Resort. In Cha-am, you'll find Cicada Market, a boutique outdoor market with live music. Of course, if...

    Useful information

    Information about Hua Hin can be found at the tourism office website, the office for Thailand's tourism authority or public tourist information centres found throughout the district. Hua Hin has a tropical savannah climate with hot and humid temperatures all year long. The dry season is from December to April and is the best time to explore. The district is served by rail, sea and road. The main railway station... Read more

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