Popular Accommodations in Hua Hin
Highlights in Hua Hin
- Royal pavilion and the palace Wang Klai Kangwon
- Local dishes at the night market
- Macaques at the temple Khao Takiap
- World Championships in Elephant Polo
Most popular in Hua Hin
Vacation rentals in Hua Hin
In Hua Hin you have a wide choice of holiday accommodation, all of which are extremely comfortable. An apartment in the centre usually has a fully equipped kitchen and a terrace where you can enjoy your meals. A large holiday apartment, often with a whirlpool and sauna, offers a little more space for the whole family. Even more luxuriously you spend your holidays in a vacation rental with garden and pool.Pay attention to the location during the search for accommodation
You will find most of the apartments along the picturesque sandy beach and the parallel main road. There are also numerous possibilities to rent an apartment or an entire holiday home. In most cases you have it from the accommodations in Hua Hin to the shops and restaurants not far away.
Holidays in Hua Hin
Location and orientation
Hua Hin is a city in Thailand, more precisely in the province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, which is also a popular seaside resort. Hua Hin is actually the oldest seaside resort in the country, only 25 kilometres from Cha-am. The state capital of Bangkok is about 185 kilometres away.Make use of good travel possibilities
Hua Hin has its own airport, which is best reached via Bangkok International Airport. The city also has a railway station on the southern runway that runs between Bangkok and Malaysia. There is also a place of interest at the station. The King's Pavilion was used by the King as a waiting room in the 1920s.
Since 1926, the Thai royal family has had its summer residence, the Wang Klai Kangwon Palace, in Hua Hin.
Top 3 travel tips
A real hotspot for locals and tourists is the night market of Hua Hin, which is located on a road that is normally used as a through road during the day. In the evening it will be closed to traffic. Instead, it turns into a market that is a popular meeting place. Here you can stroll to your heart's content, shop and try the local cuisine.2. Visit the famous Buddhist temple
About four kilometres south of Hua Hin there is the Buddhist temple Khao Takiap. The temple complex is located on the northern slope of a hill and offers you a spectacular view of the bay and the city. The area is a hostel for numerous macaques, a species of monkey related to monkeys.3. Experience the festivals of the year live
Every June Hua Hin hosts a famous jazz festival, the "Jazz on the Beach" festival. On the occasion of this event, world-famous musicians arrive every year to take part. A special feature of Hua Hin, by the way, are the World Championships in Elephant Polo, which are held here.