Condochain Hua Hin Condominium

145 Petchakasem Rd., Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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Forum Posts

market village!

by hob1

hi to you all,
does anybody know the AMARA INN south of the town centre?,any info please,also how long to walk to the "market village"from the amara inn? & is it possible to walk to the town centre?.any comments would be greatly appreciated.

Re: market village!

by Bosscreature

Hi ....try checking out the Hua Hin forum at
I've always found it very useful.

Re: market village!

by sarahreynold

I think this place is across the railway line heading inland, I have seen sign a sign board but it seems to point inland somewhere. It is certainly far too far to walk into town, you might be able to walk to the Market Village though that depends how far it is up that small street. You have to walk the distance to the main dual road ( very busy ) but you would find Tuk-Tuks along the main road.
I have no idea what the place is like though, just seen the sign board.

Re: market village!

by hob1

many thanks for your reply.we have booked for 2 months jan/feb.(we like the idea of being out of town)apparently students/school teachers stop here long term.

Travel Tips for Hua Hin


by yen_2

Happy to have this one! My 2 Alberts are playing beside the beach..Well, what a wonderful weekend that was! We spent most of the time with my Baby Al during the holiday as most of the year filled are WORK...

correction in locations and transpo

by bulldogtwo

Sarah is correct. I stand corrected as I was wrong. I was thinking about a place near Rayong, whcih was why I was wondering why you wanted to travel that far with so few days.
Sarah, there used to be a hovercraft years ago that transported people between Rayong, Pattaya and Bangkok, and I thought the Hua Hin area as well. Probably not used anymore, even when it was running I didn't think too many people used it. I think it was mnore of a hydra foil than a hovercraft.

Real Italian

by nomadig about Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! is an European owned and operated restaurant in the heart of Hua Hin tourist district. They focus solely on Italian food and this sets them apart from the rest of the crowd.

The food is good, tastes like real Italian and it is relatively inexpensive, too -- albeit not that cheap as in the basic Thai restaurants around the area. The portions are surprisingly small, so prepare to heat at least two courses, if you are hungry.

If you arrive early, you should get a table by the windows facings towards busy street.


by kyoub

This is a close-up picture of the roof on the Royal house.
The cho fa trim, which means "tassle of the air", is the most reconizably Thai detail.
It is thought to derive from the Garuda, a fierce bird featured in Hindu mythology.

Hua Hin - Royal Resort

by Willettsworld

Discovered as a resort in the early 1920s by King Prajadhipok, Hua Hin is closely associated with the Thai royalty and is a quiet and relaxing seaside resort ideal for family vacations, a reasonably drive down from Bangkok. It has seen a lot of development in recent years with major western hotel chains moving in along the 7km long beach. The beach faces east and so has shady areas in the afternoon. The town is home to many western expats and you'll simply fall over their hotels, guesthouses, bars and restaurants. As for nightlife, there are several bars and pubs in the small maze of streets that lie to the north of the Hilton Hotel. Most of them are run by foreign expats, especially Scandinavians, who seem to have taken over Hua Hin. Most foreign-oriented nightlife is centred on Soi Bintabaht and Soi Selakam, where many typical beer bars are found. There are also the usual discothèques, karaoke bars, live music venues, hotel bars and even a lady-boy cabaret, the Blue Angel. The pace of nightlife is much slower than in the larger western-oriented towns of Pattaya and Patong.


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