Hua Hin, located to the west of the Gulf of Bangkok, is the oldest beach town resort in Thailand. Beautiful beaches, fishing villages and popular resorts make it a highly popular tourist destination. This resort city boasts many popular attractions and is a perfect getaway for travellers.
Kayaking Tour at Khao Daeng
This kayaking journey at Khao Daeng will take you through lofty mountains, limestone caves and cascading waterfalls. The tour begins with a visit to a local Thai village followed by a journey to limestone caves, caverns and finally kayaking through Khao Daeng. The mangrove kayaking trail offers exciting encounters with reptiles and a variety of other wild life. The tour normally includes transportation, entrance fees, tickets, lunch etc.
Tour of the NightMarket
The tour of the markets in Hua Hin is a highly satiating experience. The eclectic blend of souvenirs, handicrafts and food stalls enriched with local flavours is a visual treat. The market opens at 6.30 every evening and turns into a completely electrifying place late into the night. The highlights of this sprawling market are the food stalls that serve an assortment of delicacies, especially barbecued fresh seafood. Towards the end of the bustling street, there is the popular Prapokklao Road, with its many pubs, bars and restaurants. These markets give you an insight into the life of the locals and their culture.
Black Mountain Water Park Tour
This park is a quick drive from Hua Hin city. The tour takes you through an artificial beach, several rides, beach pool, kid’s pool and a fresh water pool for wakeboarding. Nine interconnected slides with variable speeds offer a thrilling experience while the spa and fountain pool ensures deep relaxation. This park encompasses an area of 4000 sq. meters and is well known for offering fun and adventure. The mountains provide a beautiful backdrop to the park and make it perfect for a day of endless fun and excitement.
This is one of the oldest provinces in Thailand, which boasts royal legacy and ancient temples. You can also find some of the preserved mural paintings of Ayuthaya. A tour generally begins by paying homage at the revered temples of Phetchburi followed by a trip to the famous hilltop palace. Also, visit the local markets and savour local cuisine. Other fascinating highlights of the tour are The Wat Mahathat- a monument that dates back to the Ayuthaya period, Phara Nakhonkhiri – the famed summer palace of King Rama VI, and Khao Luang Cave – it shelters more than a hundred Budhha images.