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Hua Hin

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About Hua Hin

The seaside town of Hua Hin is a beautiful, peaceful town far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Since the 1920s, it has been a vacation destination for the Thai royal family, locals and tourists alike. This city feels more like peaceful Chiang Mai than the metropolitan Bangkok and Phuket, with its groves of swaying coconut trees and beaches kissed by quietly lapping waves. The architecture here is unique, including Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, the blue and white Santorini Park, retro Hua Hin Railway Station and more, each of which has its own style and is a must-see for any visitor. Additionally, the city offers delicious seafood and a lively, fascinating nightlife that is a favorite among tourists.

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Hua Hin Railway Station
4.4/5
566 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Hua Hin Railway Station was built in 1911 during the reign of Rama VI. It is one of Thailand’s oldest train stations. One of Thailand's iconic railway stations, with distinctive tropical flair, construction of the station led to the development of Hua Hin. It allowed visitors to travel from Bangkok by train instead of by boat, and even brought visitors from as far south as Singapore. Because of its historical status and significance, it has since become an important, nostalgic point of interest. Stepping into this red and white train station, with its peaked roofs, visitors can be transported to the past. Its architectural style is distinctive and, despite its age, remains fresh. The whole structure is made of teak wood. The red lacquered roof beams and ceiling, combined with the yellow walls, exudes a strong Thai style. This has become a place where many young people come to take pictures and enjoy the nearby café and bookstore.
Hua Hin beach
4.5/5
375 Reviews
Beach
The sands of Hua Hin Beach are unlike other outlying islands. Although the sand is not so fine, the ocean water is clear and sparkles like jewels. It is very popular among members of the Thai royal family. While visiting Hua Hin Beach, visitors can ride horses on the sand along the pristine coastline. It is an unforgettable experience to ride a horse as gentle waves come in and out, as the sea breeze blows through your hair.
Santorini Park Cha-am
4.3/5
403 Reviews
Amusement Park
Santorini Park Cha-am is an amusement park and outdoor shopping and dining complex, modeled in the style of Santorini, Greece’s blue and white structures. It is also known as “Little Greece”. The park's architectural style is fresh and invigorating. The incredibly photogenic complex is sure to inspire all kinds of selfies. Santorini Park is divided into five zones, all focused on entertainment. There is a 40-meter tall ferris wheel painted in bright colors, a double-decker carousel, reverse bungee and climbing structure. The view from atop the ferris wheel is amazing and absolutely not to be missed.
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
4.4/5
371 Reviews
Palace
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace (or Palace of Love and Hope) is located on the coastline of Hua Hin. It is a fresh and elegant royal palace, with yellow goose pillars and pale blue walls that provide an atmosphere of relaxation and luxury. The palace was built by King Rama VI in hopes that his love would give him a little prince. However, when a princess was born, Rama VI immigrated to Switzerland to settle down. The palace is a raised on stilts built of teak and supported by 1080 pillars. There are a total of 16 pavilions on stilts, all connected by covered boardwalks. It features a beautiful sea view and the opportunity to get a taste of royal living.

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One-Day Pass: Black Mountain Water Park in Hua Hin
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Hua Hin Swiss Sheep Farm Admission Ticket
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Hua Hin Weather

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7 Jul, 2020
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8 Jul, 2020
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9 Jul, 2020
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10 Jul, 2020
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Trip Moments

chencheng618   
Thailand's most beautiful railway station - Hua Hin Railway Station. Hua Hin Railway Station was built in the 1911 period of Rama VI, the most beautiful railway station in Thailand. The combination of red and light yellow presents a simple and noble Thai palace temperament, quiet and elegant. Since there is no rail, it is hard to imagine that this is actually a train station. So far, there is still a royal waiting area built to welcome the royal family to visit Hua Hin. There is no ticket gate at the train station, so it is a place where tourists come to Hua Hin to love photography. By the way, there are train tickets for sale to the south and Bangkok. There are not many shifts. There is one trains to Bangkok in the morning and afternoon. I only remember that the morning train is at 6 o'clock in the morning.
Posted: 19 Dec, 2018
Panda_Slow_Travel   
I like the sea, I like to sit on the beach and listen to the sound of the waves. I prefer the sunrise and sunset on the beach. In Hua Hin I am not able to see the sunset because of the direction. I was lucky to see the sunrise though, the day before. I found out the location. I wake up after the alarm clock woke me up this morning. I woke up again and found that the sky was bright, and I stumbled from the hotel with the camera. Fortunately, the hotel was very close to the beach. But I missed today's sunrise at the beach. Today's sunrise was not that amazing. It was only after the sea level that the sun came up. But it is the most beautiful encounter. There are not many people on the beach. With the sound of the waves, watching the sunrise in the east, this is the most pleasant time. The visitors walked across the beach. This is a quiet picture, and I don't want to bother. In the temples of Thailand, every morning, the monks will go out to go to the edge, that is, what we call the giving, to accept the giving of the believers, they must be barefoot, this is a manifestation of respect.
Posted: 21 Dec, 2018
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