Hua Hin’s main beach stretches for approximately just over three miles, from the rocky headland at one end, along with Khao Takiab, itself famous for the site of a beautiful and colourful Chinese Temple – a must-visit when in the area.
When you arrive and visit the beach for the first time, you will experience first-hand how the locals have unrivalled love of the sea, and in many resorts, you will undoubtedly experience the catch-of-the-day.
How Do I Get to Hua Hin?
International flights to Thailand are operated by numerous airlines to Bangkok the most popular and efficient is Thai Airways, as no current domestic flights are serving Hua Hin Airport. We recommend appr you take a road transfer (approximately 2 hours) to this beautiful region in the very heart of Thailand.
What else can I do in Hua Hin?
With the main beach 3 miles long, that’s one dead cert for some days of your stay, with the Royal Family’s summer residence Klai Klangwon many people flock from far and wide to visit.
Should you be more the adventurous person on your holidays you may wish to visit the regions Hua Hin Hills Vineyard, great wines offered by Moon Valley Wines.
Immersing yourself in the culture is certainly on the cards, and you can do so by visiting the Hua Hin night market, where you can buy an array of local spices or local dishes to try out. Alternatively, venture down to The Pier and enjoy the local delicacy – steamed crab.