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Hua Hin Travel Guide  

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Hua Hin is a famous beach resort town in the northern Malay Peninsula of Thailand. The town is 200 km south of the capital city Bangkok and lies on the western coast of the Gulf of Thailand.
Hua Hin is easily accessible from the capital city via the Hua Hin airport which presently caters to domestic flights. The train station is conveniently located in the centre of town.
Characterised by a hot and tropical climate, Hua Hin has the lowest rainfall in Thailand. The warm season is usually from November–April, with ocean breezes alleviating temperatures.
The population of Hua Hin is around 85,000. The King of Thailand has a summer palace in Hua Hin, which he uses regularly, and as a result, there is quite a lot of security in this region. It is also a good weekend getaway for locals and a lovely retirement option for foreigners.

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Reviews Hua Hin

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Even though it is the oldest resort town of Thailand, Hua Hin still draws tourists because of its relaxing rural ambience. The town has a beautiful 8-km-long beach and is an international golf destination with world class courses like the... more Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, the first in Thailand. Other attractions include the picturesque town railway station complete with a restored locomotive engine, Kaeng Krachan National Park, north of Hua Hin (extending along the border with Myanmar) and Khao San Roi Yot, which is Thailand’s first marine national park and lies 35 km to the south.  Also make a trip to the Kao Takeab which is the highest area in Hua Hin and offers you a glimpse of the entire town along with some delicious Thai cuisine (including the famous Thai sweets called Kanoms). Plan your visit in time for the town’s biggest event, the Elephant Polo Tournament, which is held at Pradiphat Pine Forest and draws international teams.
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Transport from BKK to Hua Hin sometimes not very nice by van, drivers always think they are at a F 1 course. Hua Hin should provide a better service to get from A to B. Hotels, Restaurants are very nice, some... more overpriced. Private condo rental was great, a lot of value for the money.
Not to be missed Night Market , Dinner at Hyatt Regency
Winfried Bludau
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Solo
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Only one way to the beach, this I don´t like. Or Soi 67 near Market-Village. The way´s to the beach is´t enough. But the beach is very good and long. Many Restaurant and Entertainment. I like Hua Hin!!!
Not to be missed Klai Kang Won Palace , Restaurants , Chatchai Market
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