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Half-Day Hua Hin Private Sightseeing Tour
"Thailand’s Royal Resort has lots to offer and you’ll see some of the top attractions on this 5-hour sightseeing tour. You’ll be picked up at your Hua Hin hotel and head out to visit a silk-weaving factory. Watch the delicate process of creating some of the world’s most sought-after silk. known as Maruekhathaiyawan. Marvel at the magnificent craftsmanship and take a short bicycle ride with your guide around the grounds. See the Princess’s research center. Climb up Khao Takiab or monkey mountain to see the many monkeys who make their home here. At the top you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Hua Hin coastline. Your last stop will be the local elephant sanctuary where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a 30-minute ride on the back of one of these magnificent animals."""
From THB3,013.00
 
Half-Day Small-Group Hua Hin Highlights and Winery Tour
"This half-day tour takes you to some of the attractions surrounding Hua Hin. First we go to The Monkey Mountain Khao Takiab where the Big Buddha Statue is sitting by the sea. Here we have a great viewpoint of the Hua Hin coastline. We then visit ""Wat Huay Mongkol' which houses the enormous statue of ""Luang Phor Thuate' a revered Thai monk thought to have performed miracles several centuries ago. We then continue to Hua Hin Hills Vineyard to explore new latitude wine and wine education and learn how grapevines thrive in this tropical climate. Finally we visit 'Living Museum Plearnwan'. Plearnwan is a ‘Living Museum’ where its architecture food
From THB1,725.00
 
Half-Day Hua Hin Private Sightseeing Tour
"Thailand’s Royal Resort has lots to offer and you’ll see some of the top attractions on this 5-hour sightseeing tour. You’ll be picked up at your Hua Hin hotel and head out to visit a silk-weaving factory. Watch the delicate process of creating some of the world’s most sought-after silk. known as Maruekhathaiyawan. Marvel at the magnificent craftsmanship and take a short bicycle ride with your guide around the grounds. See the Princess’s research center. Climb up Khao Takiab or monkey mountain to see the many monkeys who make their home here. At the top you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Hua Hin coastline. Your last stop will be the local elephant sanctuary where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a 30-minute ride on the back of one of these magnificent animals."""
From THB3,013.00

More Transportation in Hua Hin

Bangkok flies to Hua hin

Currently there is scheduled air service between Bangkok and Hua Hin and is handled by Thai Regional Airlines.Daily flight from Suvarnabhumi airport only35 minutes. Checkin 30minutes before flight.Due...
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maxnum
Jun 23, 2012

Bangkok flies to HuaHin

Currently there is scheduled air service between Bangkok and Hua Hin and is handled by Thai Regional Airlines.Instead SGA airlines and Bangkok Airways.Daily flight from Suvarnabhumi airport only35...
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maxnum
Jun 23, 2012

Mr Roong- warning!

hey,we drove BKK- hua hin with mr Roong which was a very pleasant and a good drive. he picked us up on schedule from the BKK Pullman King Power hotel and we got to Hua Hin in 2.5 hours very safely.BUT...
jozobami
Sep 05, 2011

Sprinter To Hua Hin

Many times daily the train leave from Bangkok To Hua Hin . For luxury trip I recommend the train no.43, special express train (sprinter), the train leave from Bangkok 7.45 am and arrive in Hua Hin...
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Wann
Apr 04, 2011

Getting to Ko Samui

It's possible to take a bus/ferry combination to Ko Samui from Hua Hin. I booked my trip from the Tourist Information Office beside the Clock Tower on the main highway near the temple, who were very...
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Willettsworld
Dec 20, 2009

Train Station

Hua Hin's popularity began to increase in the 1920's as the railway line from Bangkok was constructed and King Rama VI built Klai Kangwon Palace as a summer retreat. Hua Hin's station is one of the...
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Willettsworld
Dec 20, 2009
 
 
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Bus or Train travel

Bus is probably faster but there are several factors invovled, what time of day you choose to travel, traffic, break downs, etc...Busses usually leave from the soi Eckamai station located way down on...
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bulldogtwo
Mar 26, 2009

Take the train to Hua Hin.

One of the great advantages of Hua Hin is that there is a train station right in the center of town with good connections to Bangkok and other parts of Thailand.The thai trains are generally of a good...
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cachaseiro
Jan 31, 2009

Hua Hin to Bangkok

It is a long ride, but when I took the ride it was about 4.5 hrs in a mini van and we arrived just before traffic started to get bad in Bangkok. It'll be longer if you get into bad traffic for some...
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bulldogtwo
Jan 03, 2009

Da Hua Hin a BKK

From Hua Hin to BKK1) take a public bus that arrive to Southern Terminal in BKK, from there reach the airport by taxi or so on2) take a transfert to the airport directly from Hua Hin (you may ask in...
lucy60
Oct 06, 2008

Transportaion from Bkk to Airport

The Bangkok drop off location is going to depend on what typre of transpo you are taking from Hua Hin? as well as the type of bus. Most buses are going to drop off at various hotel locations. You...
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bulldogtwo
Oct 05, 2008

Getting from Hua Hin to Koh Samet

You need to bus to Bangkok, change bus stations and then bus to Rayong area for the boat to Koh Samet. I very much doubt you would find any boat to take you, if so would be extreamly expensive way to...
sarahreynold
Aug 24, 2008

Hua Hin to Ko Samet

This question was just posted a couple weeks ago. From what I remember, no one knew of a boat. Having said that, we're talking Thailand and with enough money you can get almost anything done. It would...
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bulldogtwo
Aug 22, 2008

Hua Hin By Train

You can get to Hua Hin by train at BKK Hua Lumpong Station.It's a pleasent ride to Hua Hin but so very slow. It takes at least 5 hours.Once you arrive at the classic old Hua Hin Station there are...
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YaaDong
Jul 22, 2008

Top Hotels in Hua Hin

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1 Damnernkasem Road, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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43 / 1 Phetkasem Beach Rd, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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91 Hua Hin - Khao Takiap Road, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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107/1 Phetkasem Beach Road, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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83/188 Soi Talay 12, Khaotakieb - Hua Hin Road, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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1573 Petchkasem Road, Tumbol Cha-Am, Amphur Cha-Am, Cha-am, 76120, Thailand
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Top Things to Do in Hua Hin

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Beach

Take a street leading to beach between Hilton and Sofitel hotels and you are in the most crowded beach area. You whether like it or not the beach is lively with sun beds and umbrellas, restaurants and...
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Khao Takiab

It´s about 5 km walk along the beach from the town center or take a Songthaew (shared pickup) along Nong Kae Takiap road or take a taxi. It is on a 272 m high hill on a peninsula easy visible from Hua...
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Pranburi

Do tke the opportunity when visiting Hua Hin to go along the Pranburi River. There are trips around Pranburi that can include a river trips and also the Sam Roi Yot National Park. Great natural...
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Night Market

Night markets are commonplace in Asia. If you are not familiar with the concept, consider a normal open-air market that has been moved to evening and night. The stalls open after dark and the market...
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Railway Station

The Hua Hin railway station is one of oldest railway stations in Thailand. The waiting room is in Thai architecture style, and was built in order to welcome the King. The pavilion is very nice with an...
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Baan Boran Massage & Spa

They take the time for you can sit outside relax and drink a tea after the massage . The massage shop is in a old Thai wooden house (137year) there are also many old photos inside from the family who...
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"Hua Hin Thailand"
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"Hua Hin..."
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syllybabe

"Heaven in Hua Hin"
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kyoub

"The Gulf of Thailand"
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Wann

"Memory of Hua Hin"
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