Hua Hin is the oldest resort town in Thailand, and it was originally developed as a seaside holiday destination in the 1920s. Once a sleepy fishing town, present day Hua Hin is a unique mix of amazing accommodation, water parks, golf courses, lively markets, and beautiful beaches which co-exist side by side with the traditionalism of a fishing village. This resort town is far away from the hustle and bustle of city life which makes it the perfect place for a relaxing holiday.
Whether you’re looking for an amazing family holiday to Hua Hin or you’re searching for the ultimate Hua Hin honeymoon package to celebrate your wedding, we have the perfect Thailand holiday for everyone here at Away Holidays. Enjoy the breath-taking white sand beaches and take part in a wide range of fun beach activities, or sunbathe all day and take in the stunning scenery on one of our fabulous holiday packages.
Climate and Best Time to VisitHua Hin has a fairly dry tropical climate, with 2 main seasons, a dry season and a rainy season. Hua Hin is a great year-round destination, and the best time to visit is considered to be between November and May when the dry, sunny days are perfect for enjoying all the activities on offer. The period from December to January remains the peak time to visit Hua Hin where Christmas and New Year Celebrations give a new meaning to Thai holidays.
Eating OutFood lovers will love Hua Hin, it has a real passion for flavour that extends from the delicious restaurants to the streets. There are loads of eating options close to the beach and at the top of Khao Takiap. The highly acclaimed fresh seafood can be found at all the night markets and in the colourful restaurants. Tourists can hit the luxury eateries at some of the fancy hotels and experience the effortless blend of outstanding hospitality and delightful cuisines.
ShoppingHua Hin offers a diverse shopping experience! There are plenty of local markets including day and night markets that have a wide range of products available for you to buy. Cicada Market symbolises the artistic heritage and is a great stop for visiting craft shops and watching live music and entertainment. Holidaymakers can also make their way to the Hua Hin Market Village, the town's large-scale shopping centre and entertainment complex. Saphira and Cha-Am Night Market are some other compelling stops for shopping lovers.
Popular HotelsHua Hin is a paradise full of amazing beach resorts. Extravagant travellers seeking luxury packages can choose from a vast range of luxurious hotels and resorts in Hua Hin and Cha Am that offer the best of both the worlds. The hotels are conveniently located close to the turquoise blue sea and retain the eternal tradition of luxury pampering. The Hilton Hua Hin Resort and Spa and the Cape Nidhra Hotel are two of the most popular swish hotels amongst tourists from around the globe.
Tips and AdviceHua Hin Beach, Chopsticks Hill, Klai Kang Won Palace, Turtle Island and Wat Khao Takiap are some of the top attractions to visit during your stay. Hua Hin has emerged as the leading golf destination in Thailand and there are many world-class courses for you to enjoy during your trip, including the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course and the Black Mountain Golf Club. Taxi is the best way to get around Hua Hin, although you may prefer to rent a motorcycle to explore the city.