Discover Hua Hin

Step outside BelVida Estates and you are in the heart of Prachuap Khiri Khan, offering numerous national parks, kilometers of white sandy beach and many other attractions. Think waterfalls, vineyards, night markets and royal heritage. This is Thai life at its best.



Maruekhathaiyawan Palace

The Palace is built raised from the ground on pillars and entirely made from teak wood. Its very attractive architectural style is completely different from that of other Thai Palaces. The overall design of the Palace was done by the King himself, and it was built to be a very comfortable place with excellent ventilation and niches filled with water in the pillars to keep out ants. King Rama VI used the Palace as a summer residence for him and other members of the Royal Family until his death in 1925.

Khao Takiab or Monkey Mountain

On top of Khao Takiab hill, also known as monkey mountain or Chopstick hill is Wat Khao Lad temple, which is also known as the monkey temple, because of the many monkeys that live there

Rajabhakti Park

This one of Hua Hin’s latest attractions. Standing in a line against a backdrop of forested hills are seven giant statues of great Kings from Thai history. An impressive sight, the bronze statues measuring nearly 14 meters tall honour great Kings of various era in Thai history, namely Sukhothai, Ayutthaya, Thonburi and Rattanakosin.

Wat Huay Mongkol

The Wat Huay Mongkol temple complex located some 15 kilometers west of Hua Hin is famous for its enormous statue of one of Thailand’s most famous monks, named Luang Phor Thuad.

Hua Hin Train Station

A remnant of bygone times, the picturesque Hua Hin train station is one of the stops on the route from Bangkok to the South. Its main attraction is the Royal Waiting Room which was used by Thai Royals when they visited the seaside summer Palace. Pictured on postcards and t-shirts, the building is one of Hua Hin’s most recognizable landmarks

Phraya Nakhon cave

One of Thailand’s most beautiful and certainly the most photographed cave is the Phraya Nakhon cave in This impressive cave is located inside Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and getting to the cave you will have some magnificent views of beaches, mountains and forests.


Kui Buri National Park

Known to be the best wild elephant and gaur sighting spot in Thailand, it is almost 99% sure the visitors will see wild elephants any given day of the year in Kui Buri National Park’s wildlife watching area. Established as a national park in 1999, it covers 969 km² in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, about 85 km southwest of Hua Hin. The park mountains are part of the Tenasserim Hills Range, spanning over many protected areas in Thailand and Myanmar.

Kaeng Krachan National Park

Due to abundant year-round rainfall, Kaeng Krachan’s forest covers are blessed with several waterfalls, rivers and streams. Pa La-U Waterfall, one of the most well-known in the park, has 15 levels and flows along a creek stretching out to the Burmese border. Besides waterfall trekking, you can hire a boat, canoe or kayak and sightsee inside Kaeng Krachan reservoir.

Sam Roi Yot National Park

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 the highest one at 605 meters asl. The main attractions of the national park are Phraya Nakhon Cave with its iconic royal pavilion and huge chamber, Kaeo Cave and Thung Sam Roi Yot Freshwater Marsh. The park is also a nice destination for its rich wildlife in freshwater marsh and mangrove forests, beautiful beaches, limestone islands, trails and viewpoints.


Night Market

Situated in the Hua Hin centre between the Petchkasem Road and the railway line, the market basically encompasses one street that comes to life from 18:30 onwards, when traders line the street with their stalls selling various apparel, crafts, art, CDs, DVDS and cheap, tasty food – mainly seafood fresh from the catch of the day.

Cicada Market

Cicada Market is all about art, handmade crafts and good times. With an open-air market concept, it brings together Hua Hin’s artistic talents and those who wear ‘freedom of expression’ on their sleeves. Besides the crafts market, you’ll also find an art gallery, beer garden and live music.

Premium Outlet

The Open-mall architecture concept, the greatest shopping center with 200 brand names in 12,000 sqm., retail spaces and over 500 parking spaces. For men, women and kid’s fashion, toys, footwear and sport gears. You will find special price products up to 70% off everyday.

Fly Now Outlet

Fly Now, a leading Thai fashion brand established back in 1983, has its factory outlets located in major tourist destinations. Offering more than just clothing and fashion accessories, each outlet also has Fly Now’s furniture line, home accessories and, in the plaza zone, gift shops and casual eateries.

Market Village

Market Village features an outdoor plaza and three levels of shops, restaurants, a food court, entertainment outlets and a multi-screen Major Cineplex. The selection of shops covers both brand names and independent labels. Its bright, airy interiors, with wide aisles and large skylight, ensure a pleasant stroll.

Bluport Shopping Mall

Bluport Hua Hin resort mall is mixed-use complex with a department store, a retail plaza, a financial services area, entertainment anchors and international fashion brand name stores. The shopping center offers lifestyle, fashion and luxury products along with technology, gadgets and also be home to hip restaurants, a gourmet market, and entertainment venues including cinemas and the “Splash Play Port” water park



Mountain bikes roll effortlessly along the flat, quiet roads of Hua Hin. Zipping past a massive golden Buddha sitting peacefully by the roadside, surrounded by gorgeous limestone hills covered with lush forest. We stop for a moment to watch a group of curious macaque monkeys and then continue a few more kilometres. A road stall displaying fresh pineapples announces it’s time for a break.


Well-known for its spectacular sunrises, Hua Hin’s main beach is a 4km white, sandy strip that fringe the Gulf of Thailand, and stretches from the town centre to Khao Takiap. As a result it is never over-crowded, so no better way than starting your day with a beach run.

Horse riding on the beach

Hua Hin is one of the few places in Thailand where you can go horse riding along the beach. For children there are ponies at both Hua Hin and Cha-Am’s beaches, as well as proper horses for adults. These are not wild horses that will gallop off at terrifying speeds leaving clouds of dust behind – they’re very tame and well trained to offer visitors an enjoyable experience.


Hua Hin is a great place to learn how to sail with its perfect wind conditions all year round.  Hua Hin Sailing Club is a family club where everyone can learn to sail from 8 – 80 years. But it’s about much more than just sailing.  It’s a great place on the beach with cool shade, trendy bar and a laid back atmosphere.

Skate & Rollerskates

The first skate park in Hua Hin. A community space for family and skaterboarders to hang out and have fun! Shop the skateboard gears at Head Rock Skate Shop nearby where you can shop skateboards, YOW surf skateboards and the apparels or simply come and grab a coffee and enjoy the actions!

Kite Surfing

A 5 km of long beach makes Hua Hin as the best place to learn kitesurfing in Thailand. Hua Hin has the longest windy season in Thailand Almost all year around. Add to that, flat water, wide swallow sandy beach, white fine sand, a lot of sun, and a convenient location just 180km south of Bangkok.


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