Hua Hin Travel Information and Travel Guide
Hua Hin Travel Information By HOTEL THAILAND
Introduction | Klai Kangwon Palace | Golf in Hua-Hin | Getting around | Dinning & Entertainment
Map of Cha-am & Hua Hin | Attraction in Hua Hin | Neighboring Attractions | Transportation

Hua Hin Travel Information

Hua-Hin Hotels
Sofitel Central Hua Hin Resort Hua Hin
Sofitel Central Hua Hin Resort
207 rooms. This beautifully resorted colonial-style hotel overlooking the sea is set amidst gardens and offers a choice of restaurants plus swimming pools and tennis courts.

Anantara Resort & Spa Hua Hin
Anantara Resort & Spa
187 rooms. Nestled by the beach on the sunrise side of the Gulf of Siam, Anantara offers a unique blend of traditional Thai architectural, stylish exotic interiors and natural tropical gardens.

Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa Hua Hin
Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa
296 rooms. On the beach, close to town. All well-appointed rooms have private balconies overlooking the sea. Several restaurants, full facilities including tennis and spa.

Hyatt  Regency Hua Hin Hua Hin
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin
204 rooms. A newly opened low - rise resort with Thai-style architecture and a modern interior is located on the beach and includes tropical gardens, lagoon pools and a range of watersports.

Central Hua Hin Village Hua Hin
Central Hua Hin Village
41 bungalows. All cottages set amid spacious tropical gardens by the beach. Choice of restaurants, full facilities including water sports, tennis and spa. Ideal for families.

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Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa
216 rooms. Stunning Thai architecture prevails at this beachside resort with landscaped garden. A luxurious spa enchants guests into a tranquil and relaxed spirit.

City Beach Resort Hua Hin
City Beach Resort
162 rooms. Set in the heart of Hua Hin, the hotel is just a short walk from the country's oldest golf course and the town's delightful, old train station, which becomes a lively night bazaar.
Pa La U Waterfall
Only Baht 950 per personThe most fantastic waterfall with it's untouched nature that could be reached in one day.
Wildlife Rescue Center, Elephant Riding, Crocodile and Snake Farm
Only Baht 1,300 per person. Enjoy 15 minutes elephant riding and travel to Wildlife Rescue Center to know about the work of the Wildlife Friends of Thailand.
Petchaburi Palace and Thai Farm
Only Baht 1,100 per person Visit an old summer palace of King Rama 4, the scenic park and Khao Luang (Royal Mountain) to explore extended natural cave.
Huay Yang Waterfall
1,150 Baht per person Why not spend a day going to a beautiful and unspoiled village called Prachuab Khiri Khan. A scenic area nicknamed: "Little Rio" because of its fantastic location with white, sandy beaches and high mountains close to the border of Burma. This trip is the ultimate memory to bring back home.
Hua Hin and Surrounding Area
680 Baht per person This is a short half day trip and is an excellent chance to see the most interesting part of Hua Hin Town.
River Kwai (One Day)
1,150 Baht per person Travel West to the province of Kanchanaburi, where you frist visit a War Cemetery of allied soldiers who died during the construction of the Railway.
River Kwai (2 Days 1 Night)
3,500 Baht per person As with the 1 day tour, only three and half hours from Hau-Hin and 100 kilometewrs from Kanchanaburi downtown. You will reach a fantastic paradise jungle resort, which surrounded by Sai Yak Yai national park, a plentiful of various kind of wild, calm stream and vivid waterfall.
River Kwai and Elephant
1,700 Baht per person Travel West to the province of Kanchanaburi, where you first visit a war cemetery of allied soldiers who died during the construction of the railway. Enjoy elephatn trekking into the jungle.
Petchaburi and Thai Fram
1,100 Baht per person This province is one of the oldest in Thailand & our first stop is to see the 100 year old temple of Wat Kamphaeng Laeng at Phra nai khon Khiri, We continue our journey by cable car to see the beautiful summer palace of King Rama VI, also the setting for the famous movie "The King & I". See the Royal Heritage in the palace museum and admire the spectacular view from the Observatory.
Pa La U Waterfalls
950 Baht per person Pa La U Waterfalls is located West of Hua Hin, We journey through Pineapple plantation towards the mountainous Burmese border.


Taking in lungs full of fresh clean air while walking along the beach of Hua Hin is a kind of therapy for the soul. It is obvious why Klai Kangwon summer palace was called "Far From Worries", while in Hua Hin cares seem a million miles away. There is much more in Hua Hin, other than relaxation. This is its most appealing qualities and it is also far from the throbbing beat of neon signs and "go-go" bars. Hua Hin hasn't compromised itself fot the sake of International tourism.

The beach never seems crowded even on long weekends. Clusters of umbrella shaded deck chairs are scattered on white powdery sand; families are walking and playing with their children and; Marlboro cowboy look alike ply their ponies up and down the jetski free beach. Looking out to the sea just before sunset, one can see Burmese fisherman setting out for tonight catch. For those up early enough to watch the sunrise will see them returning with that nights supplies to be served on one of several jetty based restaurants stretching over the water. Hua Hin has some of the freshest and best quality seafood in Thailand.

It is little wonder that the traditional Royal and aristocratic beach resort has six, 18 hole courses within just 25 mins drive from the town. The peace and serenity of Hua Hin is both intoxicating and seductive.


Klai Kangwon PalaceBuilt as a summer palace by King Rajakhipok (Rama VII) for his Queen Rambai Barni, Wang Klai Kangwon, remains the home of HM King Bhumipol, HM Queen Sirikit when in Prachuab Kiri Khan and neighbouring provinces. Now long after this royal seaside retreat became popularised among commoners, it's open to the public when royalty's not in residence.

It was designed in the Spanish style to suit the tropical climate, by Prince Iddhidesarn Kridara, a graduate from L'Ecole Des Beaux Art and the director of the Department of Fine Art. Site preparation began in October 1926 and on 21 September 1927 construction started, paid for by the Privacy Purse. Its completion was celebrated on 10-11 April 1929.

Klai Kangwon PalaceAs it's a summer palace, there's no throne room for audiences. Originally just three two-storey mansions faced the sea. The largest, Phra Tamnak Piamsuk, sits between Tamnak Plukkasem to the north and Tamnak Noi to the south. Sectioned away by walls, the entourage resided in bungalows.

It feels more like a large house than a formal palace - hence the name "Far From Worries". Yet within just three years, worries found their way down to Hua Hin and on 24 June 1932, following a bloodless coup, it was the site of the abdication of absolute monarchy by King Prajadhipok and the acceptance of a constitutional one. There's nothing on display to record the event, unlike the pen and desk used in the abdication of Edward VIII of English, that are preserved at his Fort Belvedere study. In 1935, King Prajadhipok decided he was unable to continue as King and abdicated to live in Cranleigh, England, until his death in 1941.

Klai Kangwon PalaceMore recently, HM King Bhumipol commanded a mansion to be built for HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn in the same style as the original seventh reign buildings. Fronting the palace an Italianate garden features topiary bushes and trees, stone sculptures from Bali, nautical items and a sundial.

Klai Kangwon Palace, Petchkasem Beach Road, Hua Hin 77110 (66-32-511155, fax 66-32-510979) Daily 9 am.-4 pm. (except during royal residence); Baht 20.


In the royal resort of Hua Hin, the sport has to be golf. There are six 18-hole par-72 courses within 25 minutes drive.

The oldest course in town, the Royal Hau Hin Golf Course behind Hua Hin Railway Station (66-32-512-475, fax 66-32-513038), is a gentle samlor (tricycle) ride away. The gentlemen's course is 6,678 yards and the ladies' 5,713. Green fees for weekdays are Baht 600 rising to Baht 1,000 on Sat and Sun. If you need to rent a set of clubs the fee is Baht 500, while caddie fees are Baht 100 for nine holes, Baht 180 for 180. Shoe rental and driving range practice are also available.

Majestic Creek Country Club (66-32-250162-6, fax 66-32-523477) is 22 km away on the main road towards Cha-am. The Pro's course is 7,123 yards, Semi Pro's 6,406 and Ladies' 5,571. Green fees are baht 550 for nine holes on any day and 18 holes Mon-Wed and Fri. The full course Sat and Sun costs Baht 1,100. There's a fixed caddie fee of Baht 170 irrespective of holes played. Club rental is Baht 500/set.

Imperial Lake View Hotel & Golf Course (66-32-520178, 520423, fax 66-32-520098) is managed by the Imperial Hotel Group and is 19 km. out of Hua Hin the Cha-am road. Mon-Fri green fees for 18 holes are Baht 650; Sat and Sun fees double to Baht 1,300. Caddie fees are Baht 170 for 18 holes, and Baht 600 for and electric buggy.

Springfields Royal Country Club of Cha-am (66-32-471303, fa 66-32-471324) was designed by Jack Nicklaus. The courses range from Championship 7,063 yards and Professional 6,695 yards to Men's 6,281 yards, Ladies' 5,600 yards and Junior's 4,964 yards. The course rating varies from 74.1 (Championship) to 71 (Juniors). Green fees for 9 or 18 holes are Baht 900 Mon-Fri rising to Baht 1,400 Sat and Sun. There's a flat caddie fee of Baht 170 and club rental at Baht 660/set.

Palm Hills Resort & Country Club, Cha-am (66-32-520800-11, fax 66-32-520820) is 8 km. out of Hua Hin. The Pro's course is 6,903 yards, Men's 6,376 yards and Lasies' 5,599 yards. Green fees for 9 holes are weekdays Baht 350, Sat and Sun Baht 700. For 18 holes Baht 650 weekdays and Baht 1,300 Sat, Sun and holidays. There's a flat caddie fee of Baht 170, a cart fee of Baht 300 (9 holes) or Baht 700 (18 holes) and club rental of Baht 600/set.


Tours and transport to the many sights around Hua Hin can be arranged by the major resort hotels. Alternatively there are regular and inexpensive bus services between the main centres. In the resorts the most common means of transportation is the trishaw accommodating two passengers.


Resort hotels offer an excellent choice of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. In addition Hua Hin has several simple but good restaurants where the local specialty is deliciously fresh seafood.

For evening entertainment there are cocktail lounges and nightclubs at the major hotels. In a different vein, Hua Hin's night market affords great pleasure for the browser and shopper alike. Best buys for the dedicated shopper are locally produced silk and cotton, as well as the region's famous dried seafood and various kinds of kanom, Thai sweets.

Indeed, Cha-am and Hua Hin offer a little of everything-- except crowds.


Attractions in Hua HinKhao Takiab, Khao Krailat
These two hills are only 4 kilometers from Hua Hin township. A local bus service from Hua Hin to Khao Takiab is located on the sea shore It is convenient to get to the top of Khao Takiab where it is cool and shady and one can view local scenery.

Sea Pine Tree Garden
This garden is located 8 kilometers from Hua Hin city. A left turn is made at Km. 240 for a distance a 500 meters. The original name of this garden was "Pradiphat Garden Convalescence and RelaxationThere Area" and is taken care of by Army Welfare Office. There are food shops and accommodation for the public.

Khao Tao
This hill is located in the area of Amphoe Hua Hin Office. Between Km. 243-244 there is a one kilometer branch road on the left, which leads to the spot. There are two beautiful beaches called Sai No Beach and Sai Yai Beach.


Sam Roi Yot National Park

This park is 58 kilometers from Hua Hin town ship. It occupies an area of 61,300 rais (some 24,520 acres) and was designated as a national park on June 28, 1966. The geographical characteristics of the park consist of high limestone mountains, wide Marshland near the sea shore, and islands. In addition it is also the center of various species and families of plants and trees as well as the home of wild animals. There are three caves worth visiting within the park: Keaw Cave, Sai Cave and Phrayanakhon Cave.

There are bungalows and a camping area for those who require an overnight stay in the park. Reservations can be made at the National Park Division, Forestry Department Tel. (02) 5790529

Hua Hin BayPrachuap Bay
This bay is situated in the vicinity of Prachuap Khiri Khan township,90 kilometers from Hua Hin. Its beach is long and pleasant. There are bungalow accommodation operated by both the Provincial Administration Organizations and the Municipality for public service. Details can be obtained by telephoning (032) 611204

Manao Bay
This bay is located five kilometers from Prachuap Khiri Khan township area and is administered by the Royal Thai Airforce. A permit should be obtained from the commander of the 53rd Squadron, Prachuap Khiri Khan, prior to a visit.

Wanakon Beach
This beach is 22 kilometers from Prachuap Khiri Khan township Travel to Km. 345 make a right turn and go 3.5 kilometers to the sign board saying "Huai Yang Arboretum". The seven kilometers long beach is lined with sea pines. Accommodation facilities can be reserved at the Faculty of Forest Affairs, Kasetsart University, Tel. (02) 5790520 Huai Yang Waterfall Forest Park A few kilometers from Wanakon Beach, this is an ideal place for picnics and natural sight-seeing.


By Bus
Air-con(litioned buses leave Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal (Tel. (02) 435-5032, 435-5097, 4357455) 36 times daily between 4.20 a.m.. and 4.20 p.m. (40 minute intervals).
Non-air-conditioned coaches leave from Bangkok's Southern Bus terminal on Petkasem Road 19 times daily.

By Train
Trains depart daily from Bangkok for Hua Hin.
Express Diesel Railcar leaves Bangkok daily at 9.15 p.m.
Express trains leave Bangkok 5 times daily at 2.00 p.m., 3.15 p.m., 5.05 p.m.,7.20p.m.and 10.35 p.m.
Rapid trains leave Bangkok 4 times daily at 12.35 p.m., 4 p.m., 5.45 p.m., and 6.30 p.m.
Diesel Railcars leave Bangkok twice vice daily at 9.00 a.m. and 1.40 p.m.

Cha Am Hotel Cha-am
The charm of Cha-am is what it can offer families with young children or those in the golden years of their life that are either close to retirement or are already enjoying it, a quiet well ordered lifestyle free from the hassle of beach vendors.

Hua Hin Hotel Hua Hin
For those up early enough but watch the sunrise will see them returning with that nights supper to be served on one of several jetty based restaurants stretching over the water. Hua Hin has some of the freshest and best quality seafood in Thailand.

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