OVERVIEW

Hua Hin remains unspoilt, when one compares it to other Thailand destinations. Only a three hour drive from Bangkok, Hua Hin was discovered by a king in the early 1920s and still commands the respect of royalty amongst locals. With a perfect 4 mile long beach, great sea food, idyllic resorts and some nearby natural sights, it makes for the ideal rejuvenation destination.

The Main Beach with a sandy sea bed is ideal for swimming and spectacular sunrises. About an hour away in the hills bordering Myanmar, is Kaeng Krachan National Park, one of the last few large wildernesses in Thailand that boasts a variety of wildlife. The Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park has limestone peaks running along the shore of the Gulf of Thailand interspersed with two beaches. And the highlight, right within town is the famous night market, a great place to shop for knick-knacks.

It is the golf that has dramatically transformed Hua Hin. The Black Mountain Golf Club and The Banyan Golf Club are already destinations by themselves, amongst a host of high quality golf courses, which combined with the idyllic town, would give no reason to leave once there. It has already happened!

BEST TIME TO GOLF IN HUA HIN: The best time to visit Hua Hin is between November and March when the temperatures are lower, less humidity and rainfall is also less though the temperatures throughout the year do not change much and averages around 32 degrees C. March to May is hot and June to October is the wet season but that still doesn’t stop visitors who like to take advantage of the low season rates and thin crowds. Rains during the monsoon months are usually night rains or one hour downpours and are not necessarily very disruptive and Hua Hin experiences less than the South or North of Thailand.

Type of Climate: Tropical Monsoon climate

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THINGS TO DO

Hua Hin’s simple charms lie in its family friendly town and beaches. Laze on the sands or indulge in water sports. The Night Market in Hua Hin is compact and allows you to discover great buys and sample delicious food and drinks.  Close to Hua Hin, is Thailand’s largest National Park, the Kaeng Krachan National Park with numerous caves, waterfalls where bird watching, short treks and other adventure activities can be done.

USEFUL INFO

GETTING THERE: Bangkok has a well connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport & many airlines fly into Bangkok. There are also low cost airlines like Air Asia which fly into the Don Muang airport which is around 45 minutes from the Suvarnabhumi Airport. 

Chiang Mai, Phuket, & Koh Samui have Airports as well and you can either fly directly into these locations or take a connecting flight thru Bangkok.

CURRENCY: Thai Baht (THB) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 35 THB (Currency Converter)

VISA: You will need to fly into Bangkok. Bangkok has a well connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport & many airlines fly into Bangkok. There are also low cost airlines like Air Asia which fly into the Don Muang airport which is around 45 minutes from the Suvarnabhumi Airport

Hua Hin is a 3 hour drive on road from Bangkok. The expressway makes for a smooth & easy ride from Bangkok to Hua Hin.