The Road to Hua Hin are linked by a highway to Phetchaburi and the rest of Prachuap
Khiri Khan province. Both central Bangkok and Suvarnabhumi airport are just over
two hours drive, dependent on traffic.
Rail systems connecting Hua Hin is part of the southern rail route originating in
Bangkok. Trains run through to the south of the country and link directly with Malaysia.
Buses - There are buses from buses from Bangkok going directly to Hua Hin and others
which pass through while on the way to other destinations further south.
Songthaew ( public passenger pick up vehicle ) This kind of the transport is the
most preferred mode of around the town and surrounding areas. Hua Hin also has an
abundance of tuk-tuks and motorcycle taxi’s.
Airport Hua Hin is served by its own domestic airport. At present these are no scheduled
flights to or from the airport, which is used for private flights only.
Popular activities in Hua Hin include: fishing, eco-cruising, kite-boarding, fitness,
martial arts, elephant camping, Thai massage, spa, cooking courses, trekking, walking,
cycling, diving, snorkelling, creative arts, water sports, pony-riding and golf.
Golf in particular is becoming especially popular, with Hua Hin increasingly being
recognized as one of Thailand's premier golfing destinations. The town hosted its
first Asian tour event in 2009 at the new Black Mountain course, while other first
class courses in easy reach include Royal Hua Hin, Banyan, Palm Hills, Majestic Creek,
Lake View and Springfield. There are several driving ranges.
Some foreign tourists go to Hua Hin and learn something like Thai cooking or Thai
boxing.Hua Hin has close to perfect kite boarding conditions. There are shallow warm
water, consistent wind 12-20 knots, almost flat water and many kite schools and shops.
Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand, Photo’s entering the town