Hua Hin

Hua Hin, one ofThailand’s premier beach resort towns on theGulfofThailand, is less than 200 km south ofBangkok, making it one of the most popular weekend getaway destinations for city residents. A resort equally popular with young couples and families, tourists and Thais, Hua Hin is also the location of the King of Thailand’s summer palace, Klai Kang Won, “Far from Worries.”                          

Hua Hin features a beautiful, powdery sand beach, numerous seaside seafood restaurants, a lively night market, numerous beach activities, and some great inland activities, not least of which is golfing at some ofThailand’s most renowned courses. Just down the coast atTakiabBayvisitors can take seaside horseback rides and visit a hilltop Buddhist temple with a spectacular view. Accommodation along the beach and on the streets leading away from the sea range from simple guesthouses to luxury resorts, and includes some of the finest spa-retreats in the world.

Hua Hin is accessible via train, bus, or car and the seaside community of 60,000 residents is a fine example of warm and welcoming Thai hospitality.The seaside town ofHua Hin, meaning  “Stone Head”, was named after the rocks at the north end of the powdery sand beach. Hua Hin becameThailand’s first beach resort after a train line was laid in the 1920’s to provide access fromBangkokand King Rama VII established his summer retreat in the area. With a 5 kilometer-long beachthat features numerous activities, the laid back and hospitable town ofHua Hincontinues to draw both tourists and Thais. In addition to beach fun and games, outstanding seafood restaurants, and a vibrant night market, Hua Hin is well known for having some of the finest golf courses inThailand, as well as some of the most renowned resorts and destination spas in the world.


  Key Tips***The office of the Tourist Police is located at the end ofDamnoen Kasem Roadat the entrance to the beach.   ***The Hua Hin Police Station is located onDamnoen Kasem Road, opposite the CAT offices and Post Office. Their telephone number is 1155.



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