The beautiful beaches of Hua Hin (Stone Head), white sand and calm seas with the aromatic punch of fresh fish cooked with the wind from Hua Hins restaurants executed. Two hundred kilometers south of Bangkok in the province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, Hua Hin is a popular tourist resort on the Thai people, a weekend escape from the bustle of Bangkok.
Since 1926 Klai Kangwon Palace (built "a lot of trouble") in Hua Hin, the Thai royal family has been home, now is thefavorite residence of His Majesty King Bhumibol. Although it is not open for public viewing Palace is still one of the main attractions of the outside for most of the visitors to Hua Hin. Keep it standing on your choice of residence if the Hilton and Marriott are a bit 'too expensive for you, there are many places and plenty of hotels to choose from.
I sat in a hotel in Araya Chomsin Road, near the sea. Although a bit 'by overpricedstandards for 1300 Thai baht (24 €) the staff were so friendly and helpful, I almost checked with their name tattooed on his arms.
Food in Hua Hin is complicated by election by the volume of restaurants. The sites most popular restaurants are located on the waterfront in Naresdamri Road, choose from the many dishes such as Thai, European, Indian and many seafood restaurants. For those who want to eat the night life then pop upNight Market Road Petchakasem off, food stalls and many restaurants, Thai cuisine and seafood and a market full of souvenirs and treats. the head for nightlife individual Selakam Soi (near Hilton Hotel), many western bars and Working Girls, much like a little 'Pattaya. The Hilton is a late night music hotspot, where many of the girls go bar following the end of turn. Daylight brings a lot to do in HuaHin.
A visit to the beach should be for most people's list daily, whether to sunbathe or swim in the lake. Take a relaxing 30-minute ride (€ 8) along the beautiful white sandy beach or under an umbrella with a cool drink and seafood mandatory. Away from the beach try Ban Chang Safari Park, four miles outside of Hua Hin, offers a chance to drive an hour on an elephant in the reserve for 1000 Baht (€ 18) or for 300 baht a guide will accompany youFeed for working elephants. Visit Tapiak Khao (mountain sticks) for the locals known as Monkey Hill. Take a short Tuk Tuk for the trip to Khao Takiap and watch the coast of Hua Hin, as his career goes through restaurants and a fishing village up the hill to the top, where is the Buddhist temple. Justifications for the temple and the surrounding area is populated by hundreds of monkeys who walk freely among the visitors.
You do not need rail enthusiasts to visit his HuaHin railway station. One of the oldest railway stations in Thailand, Hua Hin railway station is an architectural masterpiece and is considered by many Thais the best of its kind in the country. The station was built during the reign of King Rama VI and The Royal Waiting Room while not part of the original structure is built, the big attraction. Hua Hin railway station is located at the western site Damnoen Road.
Put on your apron and take a Thai cooking class. OnceThe courses are for you to learn how to prepare and cook some Thai dishes available. You will be taken from your hotel early in the morning taken to a local market to buy ingredients and then away, kidnap kitchen to learn new skills. Courses are taught in a group and your tour representative or reception staff should be able to reserve a seat. Hua Hin is something for everyone and that brings me to my opinion .... Hua Hin is an ideal location for families, couples, singles, young or old. A first class beachResort.