Hua Hin is very easily reached from Bangkok by train or taxi and inexpensive. The 5km long sandy beach has plenty of space for sporting water activities. Very interesting and popular with the Europeans are the night markets.
From 18 o'clock in the Dechanuchit Road of Hua Hin you can taste every evening not only Thailand's treasures for little money but also to buy clothes, jewellery, watches, souvenirs and handbags. Another worth seeing experience is the train station in the evening of Hua Hin.
A few kilometres south of Hua Hin town of National Park lies Khao Sarm Roi Yot, the view from the mountains above the sea is incomparable. There are many species of birds, about 300 registered species.
The park is also known for its caves, of which the Phraya Nakhon Cave, is the most famous. We recommend nor the other two viewpoints, does the temple on Mount Khao Takiab at the southern end of the beach and the Hin Lek Fai with stunning view over the city from the west.
Hotels on the beach 4 to 5 star hotels
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