Attractions and Places to Visit in Hua Hin

As Hua Hin is a Royal town and also the oldest beach resort in Thailand, it's not surprising that the town is steeped in history and full of attractions.

If you take the time out to hunt some of these down, you will better understand the country, the people and the culture.
Today's visitor to Hua Hin will still sense this special atmosphere and old world charm. Hua Hin has weathered the onslaught of modern development and construction far better than all other resorts of Thailand. The central town around the temple and toward the beach is free of high-rise construction with the exception of the Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa.

Besides sun-filled days on the long beach there are leisure activities for the whole family from watersports (especially kiteboarding has become popular in recent years) to golf. The area around the town let's you discover fabulous parks and peaks, caves and waterfalls.

Royal Palaces

Royal Palaces

The King of Thailand’s Klai Kangwon summer palace was built in the early twentieth century and is is located just north of Hua Hin. It is built next to the sea and the gardens are lavish and decorated with many exotic plants and flowers from all over the world.
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Hua Hin beaches


Hua Hin is blessed with some attractive, accessible and family friendly beaches. As Hua Hin is situated on the Gulf of Thailand the seas are warm throughout the year, which makes swimming and other beach activities pleasurable at any time.
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Hua Hin temples


Hua Hin has many Buddhist Temples and if you want to see more than just a beach, get a taste of local life, a temple is a good place to start. The main temple is Wat Hua Hin (or Wat Ampharam) that is located in the centre of town.

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