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Hua Hin is Thailand's oldest seaside resort. In the 1920s, Kung Rama VII allowed the summer palace of Klai Kangwan to be built directly on the beach. The royal court, the palace and the beautiful train station spread shine over Hua Hin and there are many Bangkok residents who come here on weekends and holidays. The name Klai Kangwan means "far from worry". And that designation fits in well with Hua Hin.


Here you relax on shallow white sandy beaches, enjoy the food at a small local Thai restaurant or play golf on one of the many fine courses nearby. The harbor is the heart of the city. Here are the fish restaurants in a row and like everywhere in Thailand you can eat both good and cheap.

After a good dinner, many go to different night markets - the best place to shop for t-shirts, pirates, electronic gadgets and much more. If you want to make an excursion, there is plenty to see and do in the surroundings. Among other things, two of Thailand's largest national parks.

River Kwai with its famous railway bridge, built by allied war prisoners during World War II. The old town of Petchaburi, with beautiful temples, wooden houses and buildings and much more.


Hua Hin is suitable for families with children and couples looking for a nice holiday by the sea. And who wants a little selection - both of restaurants, shopping and excursions / activities.

Hua Hin golf courses

Hua Hin is Thailand’s original beach resort, and Hua Hin golf courses in the country and the whole of Southeast Asia.Thailand’s first golf course is in Hua Hin and you have a huge choice of courses ranging from links style to parkland style and everything in-between.

Lucky Pro Shop Hua Hin`s oldest and leading golf tour operators

We at huahin-golfinn.se recommend Lycky Pro shop to arrange your golf.

They will pick you up from Mangospa at an agreed time, and transport you to the golf course of your choice. At this time our driver will arrange a pick up time from the Golf Course to take you back to Mangospa. Transportation to & from Golf Clubs INCLUDED in the cost.

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Golf festival in Hua Hin

Each August and September, Hua Hin and Cha-am play host to a golfing extravaganza.

Every day during these months, you can play at most of the main courses for heavily discounted green fees. The festival represents great value for all golf enthuiasts. For package bookings which include green fee, caddy fee and transport


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Hua Hin vinyard

Hua Hin has all sorts of shopping experiences lined up for visitors. 

  • Market Village
  • Bluport Hua Hin Mall
  • Villa Market
  • Hua Hin Shopping Mall
  • Cham-AM Premium Outlet Mall
  • Cicada Market
  • Hua Hin Night Market
  • Grand Night Market
  • Tamarind Market


Kui Buri National Park >

Known to be the best elephant and gaur sighting place in Thailand, it is almost 99% sure visitors will see elephants any given day of the year.



Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

Located in coast of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, it is the first marine national park of Thailand. Khao Sam Roi Yot means "The mountain with three hundred peaks" and refers to a series of limestone hills along the Gulf of Thailand with highest one at 605m above the sea level. The northwest corner of the mountain range is called Thung Sam Roi Yot and is mainly freshwater marsh covering nearly 37% of the national park which makes it the largest wetlands area in Thailand. 

The main attractions of the national park are Phraya Nakhon Cave with it's iconic royal pavilion and huge chambers, Kaeo Cave and Thung Sam Roi Yot Freshwater Marsh. The park is also an attractive destination for it's rich wildlife in mangrove forests, beautiful beaches, limestone islands, trails and view points. It is easily acessible, only 60 km south from Hua Hin.


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Pala U waterfall

Within the Boundaries of Kaeng Krachan National Park (Thailand’s’ Largest National Park), Lies the pristine area of Pala U waterfall.


This cascade is found on the south side of Kaeng Krachan National Park, some 60kms west of Hua Hin. The park is one of the largest in Thailand and sits right next to the Burmese (Myanmar) border.
It is a beautiful spot to visit. You will pass through stunning countryside and hills on your drive there that will only take 1.5 hours or so.

The waterfall has 16 steps, making it one of the highest in Thailand and those who make it to the top will be rewarded by superb views over Thailand and towards Burma. It should be noted, however, that progressing further than the third stage will be arduous and should only be attempted by those fit enough to do so.

The third stage itself has a large, deep pool and most visitors will be happy to spend their time here. The water is always cool and refreshing and there are plenty of large fish swimming in it that are friendly, but please don't try to catch them - you are in a National Park and this is forbidden.

The surrounding forest is over 1,000 years old and there is a good chance of seeing wildlife, particularly gibbons (which will certainly be heard, if not seen) and many rare species of bird-life.

The falls can be visited at any time of the year, but will be in their prime during and just after the rainy season, between July-November. At all times of year, it is wise to be careful of slippery stones, although the path to the third level is well taken care of and relatively safe. Higher up can get dangerous.

It is a beautiful spot to visit. You will pass through stunning countryside and hills on your drive there that will only take 1.5 hours or so.

The waterfall has 16 steps, making it one of the highest in Thailand and those who make it to the top will be rewarded by superb views over Thailand and towards Burma. It should be noted, however, that progressing further than the third stage will be arduous and should only be attempted by those fit enough to do so.

The third stage itself has a large, deep pool and most visitors will be happy to spend their time here. The water is always cool and refreshing and there are plenty of large fish swimming in it that are friendly, but please don't try to catch them -  you are in a National Park and this is forbidden.

The surrounding forest is over 1,000 years old and there is a good chance of seeing wildlife, particularly gibbons (which will certainly be heard, if not seen) and many rare species of bird-life.

The falls can be visited at any time of the year, but will be in their prime during and just after the rainy season, between July-November. At all times of year, it is wise to be careful of slippery stones, although the path to the third level is well taken care of and relatively safe. Higher up can get dangerous.


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