The oldest and most traditional Thai resort combines the attractions of a modern holiday destination with the charm and fascination of a still active fishing port.
And while most other Thai holiday destinations cater mainly to foreign tourists, Hua Hin is a holiday resort for foreigners and Thais.
Besides it’s great 5 mile long beach Hua Hin provides the highest density of world class golf courses anywhere in Thailand while it’s yet virtually undiscovered as an international Golf destination. Green-fees and other costs are currently among the lowest in the world while course maintenance and services are superb.
|1.||Cheap to get to from Bangkok by taxi, limo, bus or train|
|2.||Great choice of beach hotels resorts, villas, B&B and other accommodations|
|3.||Over 4 km of main beach area plus many other nearby beaches|
|4.||Thai history and cultural sights to visit and many temples|
|5.||Amazing restaurants and bars in town, over the water and along the beaches|
|6.||Close to 2 major National Parks, one jungle, the other coastal nature|
|7.||Cheap, friendly, hassle and stress free|
|8.||Amazing Golf Courses and other sports activities|
|9.||Local shopping, Night markets and Thai atmosphere|
|10.||Ideal for beach hopping down the Gulf of Thailand Coast|
Trivia:Â The Railway Hotel, now more generally known as The Sofitel Hotel, is a famous old building which was used as The Hotel Pnom Phen in the film “The Killing Fields”.
[source: Hua Hin Thailand ]
Copyright:Â Bruce Baker, 2010