Life In Hua Hin

Where the City Meets the Sea

"Refreshing mix of city and sea with an almost cosmopolitan ambience, lively markets, good golf courses and water parks, international cuisine and excellent accommodation. In fact, many visitors never even step foot on the sand.

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Popular Destinations

Hua Hin isn't as bustling as Bangkok but there are some wonderful places to explore - Seen Space, Wat Huay Mongkhol, Phraya Nakhon Cave, Pala-U Waterfall, Water Parks, Monkey Mountain, Hin Lek Fai View Point and much more with a bit of something for everybody!

Beaches

How can one not take the chance of visiting the beautiful beaches of Thailand when it's on your doorstep? Hua Hin, Hilton, Khao Takiab are some popular areas where you can go, relax and enjoy some coconut water while you sunbathe. But remember to be safe and take care of your belongings!

Shopping Malls

There are two shopping malls in Hua Hin: Market Village and Blu Port. If you want to exchange money, watch a movie, grab a bite to eat, buy a Thai SIM Card, open a bank account or just shop till you drop - you can find it all here.

Night Markets

Night markets are among the easiest and most enjoyable ways of getting up close and personal with local life in Thailand. Visit Cicada, Tamaring, Grand and Hua Hin Night Market to enjoy some local food and bargain like a boss!

Around Hua Hin

If you need to go around Hua Hin, the Webster Bus runs a frequent circuit from Webster till Blu Port. Other means of travel is by Song Taew (Green open back vehicle), Tuk Tuk or the Grab App. You can also use private taxis.

Outside Hua Hin

If you are planning to travel to Bangkok, you can take the Suvarnabhumi Airport Bus (approx 300 Baht) or take a van from Soi 51 (180 Baht) or rent a private taxi (1800 - 2500 Baht). You can also take a bus to the southern and northern parts of Thailand. Rates depend on the location and type of bus.