You may find the nightlife less raunchy than many other tourist destinations, but you will find Hua Hin attractions offer visitors an array of exiting activities, places for sightseeing to pack a vacation full of fun and opportunities to be exploited, plus there are an assortment of beachfront hotels offering facilities like pampering spa treatments, pools, fitness centres which also feature yoga and meditation classes, cooking schools and much else. Below is an abbreviated list of things to do and see.
Hua Hin Railway StationThis typical Thai designed, brightly painted station with the Royal Waiting Room commissioned by King Rama VI in 1922 makes a memorable photo opportunity.
Hua Hin Floating MarketLocated within walking distance of each other are two separate floating markets located in Soi 112, a short distance from the train station in the city.
Hua Hin BeachThe town's beautiful 7 km long flat beach where kids can enjoy pony rides stretches from a rocky headland to Khai Takiep Hill on the Southern end. Here a Buddhist temple clings to the hill and gigantic Buddha image watch over the ocean.
Klai Kangwon PalaceThe summer palace, Klai Kangwon, meaning, far from worries, was built by Prince Chulachakrabongse in 1926. It is not open for tourists and still used by the Royal Family today. You can however go for a jog in the royal gardens.