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Known as the original beach holiday in Thailand, very little compares to the perfect blend of pristine coastlines and buzzing city-life of Hua Hin.
Hua Hin is home of the original Anantara resort and is frequented by the Thai royal family for their summer holidays, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that this is an incredible destination.
Those looking for the perfect Thailand honeymoon will love staying in Hua Hin, which not only offers plenty of room for seclusion and romance, but also a fantastic selection of beautiful 5-star luxury resorts to choose from. Couples seeking an incredible Thailand holiday in Hua Hin will love exploring the city’s many temples and discovering incredible Thai dishes at the balmy night markets. Hua Hin is also a great destination for a family holiday in Thailand, as there’s not only an incredible waterpark nearby, but also plenty of attractions to visit, including a mesmerising cave, a historic railway station and a fantastic shopping village.
A trip to Bangkok can be easily paired with a visit to Hua Hin as it’s only a few hours away, and it’s also worth heading north to Chiang Mai to experience more authentic Thai culture or to Koh Samui for a slice of paradise.
Thailand is a destination for everyone, with gorgeous golden beaches, beautiful wildlife and stunning cities, not to mention the delicious food - this is a paradise for foodies! We offer so many incredible itineraries to suit honeymooners, couples and families that are all looking for the perfect Thailand luxury holiday.This trip is truly irresistible.
Hua Hin’s climate is tropical with high humidity, especially from March to May, much like the rest of Thailand. There’s occasional bouts of rainfall from August to September, and the best times to visit are from October to March.
It’s easy to under why Thailand’s exotic and paradise-like landscape is coveted as one of the most romantic destinations in the world, and a Hua Hin honeymoon offers the best of both; a city and sea escape. Stay in sumptuous 5-star luxury resorts that overlook the dazzling beachfront and you’ll soon understand why the Thai royal family make the trip to Hua Hin every year for their summer holiday. After sundown, choose between the lively bars and restaurants or a soak in your sunken bathtub with a glass of champagne, the choice is always yours.
Couples looking for the perfect Thailand holiday will love visiting Hua Hin as part of a multi-stop itinerary. Being just a couple of hours from Bangkok, Hua Hin is easy to tag onto the vibrant and bustling city, and offers a relaxed beach holiday element that compliments a busy adventure. Enjoy trekking up hillsides to discover glittering temples and Buddha statues, relax along an endless coastline of golden sands, and head to the night markets after sundown for mouth-watering Thai dishes that are prepared before your very eyes.
Those looking for the perfect Thailand family holiday will love visiting Hua Hin’s diverse yet relaxed beachfront city. There’s enough in Hua Hin to keep every family member pleased, from waterparks to secluded beaches, and ancient ruins to shopping plazas! There’s also an excellent selection of family friendly Thai resorts to choose from with huge swimming pools and spacious suites. With Hua Hin being just a couples of hours from Bangkok, it’s so easy to tag on this classic destination to any holiday in Thailand.
Hua Hin is famously known as the beautiful beachside town that the Thai royal family often frequent during the summer for their annual holiday, and within this relaxed seaside town sits a fantastic shopping village called The Venezia.
Modelled after Venice, this attraction goes above and beyond what you would expect from an average shopping plaza, and offers photogenic themed buildings, attractions and instagram-worthy sights all inspired by Italy. Shop until you drop at the fantastic array of boutiques, drift along the canals on a wooden boat, try some of the best Asian-fusion dishes in Hua Hin, and be sure to pop by the gorgeous gardens too.
Hua Hin’s main night market springs to life just after 6pm in the main city centre, offering all who visit a great and fun place to try authentic Thai dishes and do a spot of souvenir shopping.
Hua Hin’s night market may not be as big as some of the mammoth-sized ones that dominate Chiang Mai and Bangkok, but it still offers enough to have you coming back more than once. Wander along the colourful stands and you’ll discover everything from woks frying up lobsters and crabs, freshly-made pad thais, clothing, wooden handicrafts and so much more. You may even see a artisan crafting or painting their wares at the stall.
This gorgeous Thai-Victorian style summer palace was designed in the early 1920s during King Rama VI’s reign, and is truly worth visiting to get a glimpse of the life of the Thai royal family and how they would spend their summers in Hua Hin.
Designed by an Italian architect and constructed with golden teak, this beautifully made summer palace features lots of airy verandas and covered boardwalks that lead all the way to the secluded beach front. A walk around this unique blend of European and Thai culture really sends you back in time, and you can almost imagine the royals walking along the same boardwalks.
Families looking for a fun-filled day out will love visiting Black Mountain Water Park. This park sits just 10km north of Hua Hin and is incredibly easy to access from the city centre and the main luxury resorts.
The water parks features nine different water slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, a kid's pool and so much more; all guaranteed to keep every member of the family entertained! Adults will also find plenty to keep them happy while kids are occupied with the slides, including a relaxing beach pool and a poolside bar.
This one’s for the more active traveller as it requires a bit of light hiking, but the incredible temple hidden within a cave that awaits at the end of the journey is worth every minute of the adventure.
Phraya Nakhon Cave is like something out of an Indiana Jones movie; think sunlight pouring into a huge cave that houses a golden, glittering temple, surrounded by lush greenery and soaring cavern walls. The ascent to this hilltop cave does include a 430 metre climb up a not so clearly paved stair case so be careful when making the hike, but the views you’ll get when you reach the top will make it all worthwhile.
Best Time To Travel:
November - April
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