Hua Hin is a beach resort town that spreads over an area of 911 square kilometers. It is famous for its wonderful sea beach and wonderful and exuberant night life. Originally a fishing village, it was transformed into a buzzing hub for tourists and modernization after the 1920s.
Hua Hin Night Market
This is located in the centre of the city and offers an interesting and overwhelming insight into the lives and habits of Thailand and the way the Thais prefer living their daily life. Not only the food is freshly cooked and delicious but it also serves as a huge forum for the display of classic Thai art, souvenirs and many more ornate things.
Vic Hua Hin
This is a new institution of arts and culture which was a part of Patravadi Mejudhon’s vision of sharing, experiencing and innovating new forms of art and culture through cooperation between the Thai and international influences. It also inspires students and tourists to delve into Thai culture with the gallery and museum that is inside the complex.
Cha Am ATV Park
This is an adventure seeker’s paradise. Offering three ATV courses it allows one to have experience of driving an ATV over challenging terrain and sharp bends. It is a guaranteed escape for a fun filled day for a tourist looking for an adrenaline rush.
Hua Hin Floating Market
This is a man-made attraction, built in 2010. It consists of an assortment of shops and outlets along a slow, meandering and calm man-made river. All souvenirs sold are handmade and genuine. A broad sidewalk and paddle boats which can be used to float in the river complete the attraction.
Hua Hin Elephant Village
The Village has a total of 18 elephants who display various kinds of activities like logging techniques surprising tourists with their intelligent team work. One can watch them take their daily bath, caress baby elephants and even feed them bananas.
This multi-tiered waterfall has 16 levels and is a sight to watch. With water flowing all year, the cascading of the water and the dense foliage all around makes it a peaceful escape into the lap of nature. The surroundings teeming with varieties of butterflies, and one can even take a swim on the third level of the falls after trekking up to it.
Phraya Nakhon cave
This can be reached from Laem Sala by foot , this structure provides a panoramic view of the sea from a height of 430 meters above sea level. In the middle of the cave there is a Thai style pavilion built by a king in 1896.
Black Mountain Water Park
This Is one of the most interesting and exciting place in Hua Hin, as it is fitted with lots of fun equipment and water rides. The main attraction is a 17 metre high tower with 9 different sliders along with a spectacular wave pool, a lazy river, a kids pool and also a beach pool.