Welcome to Hua Hin
Thailand’s original beach resort is no palm-fringed castaway island and arguably is the better for it. Instead, it is a delightful mix of city and sea with a cosmopolitan ambience, lively markets, tasty street eats, long beaches and a fully functional infrastructure.Hua Hin traces its aristocratic roots to the 1920s when Rama VI (King Vajiravudh) and Rama VII (King Prajadhipok) built summer residences here to escape... Read More
Top experiences in Hua Hin
Hua Hin activities
Private Bangkok Airport Transfer to Hua Hin Hotels
Our friendly representative will be holding up a sign with your name on it at either the international or domestic exit gates. He will then take you to the driver who will whisk you away to your Hua Hin resort. No fuss. No hassles.
Foodies' Food Tour in Hua Hin
After hotel pickup, start your food journey in Hua Hin with a traditional Thai breakfast of jok moo (rice congee with pork), served with Thai coffee with condensed milk. Also try ba thong gor (Thai doughnuts), before a casual stroll over to the Chat Chai fresh produce market to explore what the vendors have to offer. The sights, sounds, and smells of the lively, century-old market are thoroughly enticing. Sample tropical fruits such as mangosteen, jackfruit, dragonfruit, longan, and rambutan. Taste food cooked or prepared fresh in and around the market — designed to feed hungry locals who love to graze all day. Afterward, take a leisurely walk to meet a couple of ladies who have been serving some of Hua Hin's best fried banana for over 70 years. These gals are the perfect photo opportunity. Then we hit the streets of Hua Hin, tasting as we go, while learning about what makes Thai food so good. This walking tour covers about 1 mile (2.5 km) in 3.5 hours. Hear tips on choosing the best dishes and meet some of the street vendors who have been feeding locals and travelers for generations. After a short walk you'll encounter a vendor selling southern Thai cuisine. Taste pungent flavors of spices such as turmeric while you try kua kling (dried curry of minced pork), moo wan (sweet pork), and gaeng leuang gai (yellow chicken curry). Nearby, savor fragrant steamed duck called pet paloe. Slightly further on, stop for som tam (green papaya salad), which is practically a national dish. Discover nam jim, the dipping sauce that brings it all together, and taste six of the best with khao niaw, or sticky rice.You'll sample over 20 Thai snack foods, salads, fruits, desserts, and drinks, along with a few surprises, with numerous rest breaks to recharge. Gain insider knowledge and return to your hotel with new culinary expertise.
One-Day Pass: Black Mountain Water Park in Hua Hin
The Black Mountain Water Park is full of high quality and modern equipment, and all operated in line with the highest standards of safety and with highly trained lifeguards. The best value water park and experience in Hua Hin, Thailand with nine slides, many pools, and basic facilities.Wibit sport floating playground is also waiting for your inner explorer.Food and BeverageThere is an excellent restaurant facility within the water park that serves both Thai and European food. Snack and ice cream kiosks can be found in various places around the park, and there is even a pool bar that you can relax at while cooling off with your favorite cold drink.Changing and Locker FacilitiesThere are changing rooms with locker facilities close to the park entrance. Lockers are provided free of charge but do require a 500 Baht deposit for the magnetic keys that are safe to take into the water pools. A towel rental service is available for 100 Baht.Souvenir ShopThe Water Park Pro Shop has a wonderful selection of souvenirs to remind you of your day out with us. We also sell a variety of swimwear to meet all tastes.First Aid and General SafetyAll staff have undergone an extensive training program that includes, water rescue, first aid, and CPR training. They have successfully completed physical fitness tests which they have to maintain throughout their employment. If you have any first aid requirements please speak to the nearest member of staff. Should you require any safety equipment like helmets or life jackets please ask a member of staff for assistance.
Day Cruise to Monkey Island in Sam Roi Yod National Park from Hua Hin
Drive about 30 minutes south of Hua Hin to Pranburi River to board a reconditioned fishing boat. A lovely and relaxing cruise along the river and out to sea for two hours takes you to Monkey Island at Sam Roi Yod National Park. Spend the time on the beach feeding the monkeys right out of your hand. Return to the boat for swimming then a salt-free outdoor shower. Followed by a delicious lunch onboard with fresh fruits to finish. Travel a short distance to an area good for fishing. Every passenger gets a fishing rod and the boat-boy will hook the bait for you. Afterwards, you will be transported back to your hotel in Hua Hin.
Adventure Rafting Experience at Kaeng Krachan National Park from Hua Hin
Our professional guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel in Hua Hin around 8:00am and head to Keang Krachan National Park located at Phetchaburi. Upon arrival at the Baan Poompruk Resort, get prepared. You will receive safety instructions and will be equipped with a life jacket. You will then depart in plastic raft for hours of drifting downstream the river of Petchaburi. There are some easy rapids everybody can pass, but the purpose of this descent won't be sensations of speed but rather leisure with superb landscapes of vegetation and the discovery of numerous bird species that can be seen there. After the rafting activity, you will return to the resort for a transfer to Keang Krachan National Park view point. After the view point, you will proceed to a restaurant nearby for a delicious lunch. You will then rest for a while at the national park..Next, your guide will bring you across the bridge of the national park and enjoy the calm and peaceful view of the reservoir with your family or friends before our driver transports you back to your hotel in Hua Hin.
Private Petchaburi Half-Day Tour from Hua Hin
An hour drive north of Hua Hin is the ancient city of Petchaburi. Your itinerary starts off with you meeting the tour guide at your hotel in Hua Hin. After an hour's drive, you will arrive in Petchaburi and visit Phra Nakhon Khiri, also known as Khao Wang the first palace built on the top of a hill in Thailand, during the reign of King Rama IV (King Mongkut). the famous King in the film Anna and the King of Siam. Enjoy a fantastic view of the city. Next, visit the Khao Luang Cave, housing 170 images of Buddha. Continue your tour by visiting the ancient Khmer temple “Wat Mahathtat,” which dates back over 1,000 years. See beautiful Khmer & Thai architecture decorated with the handmade stucco which made Phetchaburi famous for Thai Traditional Arts.After a walk through the local Phetchaburi day market, take a break for lunch at a local Thai restaurant before returning to your vehicle and riding back to your Hua Hin hotel.