About Hua Hin

There are approximately 70,000 people living in Hua Hin, having many westerners who live here permanently or at least many months a year. Hua Hin is a pretty beachside town, family friendly and relaxed. Once a small fishing village, it was transformed into a royal resort, and it’s these close links with Thai royalty that ensure Hua Hin won’t become overdeveloped or lose its small-town vibe.

Beaches, water sports, historical sites, golf courses, shopping opportunities and much more await visitors to this tropical resort. Less hectic and more laid-back than other popular venues in Thailand, they are ideal not only for families and traveller who want to take life easy while enjoying a never-to-be forgotten holiday in the tropics but also for those who like to enjoy their retirement in Thailand. Its scenery is inspiring, dining experiences will delight your taste buds, and the hospitality of locals will charm you.

What To Do in Hua Hin?

Hua Hin is one of the top tourist destinations of Thailand from its great amount of attractions and activities – plus it isn’t far from Bangkok, just 200 km. The city has many incredible beaches, mountains, viewpoints, temples and night markets, water parks and fine diners for you to choose from. Last but not least, Hua Hin is a golfer’s paradise, you will find 10 to 12 courses with 5 to 20 minutes drive.

Hua Hin is accessible via train, bus, car or plane

Hua Hin District is in the middle of what the Thai government is promoting as the “Thai Riviera”, the stretch of coastline between Phetchaburi  in the north and Chumpon  in the south. This program for improving the infrastructure includes the extensions of motorways and the construction of double tracks from Bangkok’s Bang Sue Central station via Hua Hin to Chumpon. Trains will travel the route at up to 160 kilometres per hour. The new tracks—due to be completed at the end of 2022—will enable trains to travel between Bangkok and Hua Hin in less than three hours. The Hua Hin Airport will be extended at the same time, welcoming international aircrafts from many countries around the world.