Historic Site in Hua Hin

Phra Ratchaniwet Mrigadayavan

With a breezy seaside location 12km north of Hua Hin, this summer palace was built in 1924 during the reign of Rama VI. Set in a beautiful garden with statuesque trees and stunning sea views, it's a series of interl…
Vineyard in Hua Hin

Hua Hin Hills Vineyard

This vineyard is nestled in a scenic mountain valley 45km west of Hua Hin. The loamy sand and slate soil feeds Rhone grape varieties that are used in their Monsoon Valley wine label. There are daily vineyard tours f…
Beach in Hua Hin

Hat Hua Hin Neua

While the northern end of Hua Hin's beach is not its most spectacular section, it is lined with genteel Thai-Victorian garden estates bestowed with ocean-inspired names such as 'Listening to the Sea House'. The curr…
Gallery in Hua Hin

Baan Silapin

Local painter Tawee Kase-ngam established this artist collective in a shady grove 4km west of Th Phetkasem. The galleries and studio spaces showcase the works of 19 artists, many of whom opted out of Bangkok’s fast-…
Notable Building in Hua Hin

Plearn Wan

As much an art installation as a commercial enterprise, Plearn Wan is a recreation of the old-fashioned shophouses that once occupied the Thai-Chinese neighbourhoods of Bangkok and Hua Hin. There’s a pharmacy sellin…
Temple in Hua Hin

Chinese Temple

Hua Hin's Chinese temple.
Beach in Hua Hin

Hat Hua Hin

When viewed from the main public entrance, Hua Hin’s beach is a pleasant but not stunning stretch of sand punctuated by round, smooth boulders. Don’t be dismayed; this is the people-watching spot. If you’re after sw…
Historic Site in Hua Hin

Hua Hin Train Station

An iconic piece of local architecture, the red-and-white pavilion that sits beside Hua Hin’s train station once served as the royal waiting room during Rama VI's reign. By cutting the journey time from Bangkok to a …
Monument in Hua Hin

Clock Tower

Sits in the centre of town.