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Hua Hin the oldest beach resort in Thailand, and video’s

Hua Hin is the oldest beach resort of the country and has been the Thai royal family's summer residence since the 1920s. It is about 125 miles south of Bangkok. Hua Hin today offers modern luxury accommodation while preserving much of its traditional character as a classic beach destination, including one of the country’s first and finest 18-hole golf courses.Its 3 miles of clean white sand and crystal clear water has continued to provide peace and serenity Hua Hin is renowned for. While offering a tranquil atmosphere, Hua Hin beach is also the place for fun-filled activities ranging from jogging, walking, sun bathing, horse riding, kite boarding, and other kinds of water sports.


Visit the hilltop of Khao Takiap to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Hua Hin, which is one delightful view either during the day or night. For nature lovers, visit Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, which contains a wide range of shoreline habitats: limestone hills, marshes, mangroves, coves and caves. Also do not miss Hua Hin Railway Station, one of Thailand’s oldest and most beautiful railway stations and the Night Market, the most colourful spot offering a wide array of food, drinks, desserts, and souvenirs.


To learn of love and hope, visit Mrigadayavan Palace in the nearby beach of Cha am. This summer seaside palace, often called the palace of love and hope, was built in 1923 by King Rama VI. The building lies between Cha-am and Hua Hin and consists of a two-storey wooden pavilion, a series of linked halls and a long wooden corridor leading down to the sea. Cha-am is also popular for its straight sea pine-lined beach and superb seafood. Klai Kangwon Palace is still an official royal residence and is open to the public on a daily basis.

Hua Hin Page 2, and its fabulous old Railway Station