Located on the sunrise side of the Gulf of Thailand, Hua Hin is quiet relaxed coastal towns, perfect for family vacations. In contrast to Pattaya, across the Gulf, these sister resorts lack the bustle of an international playground and instead afford a quiet escape.
Hua Hin has the added attraction of a traditional fishing port. Neither place attempts to imitate the international scene and are content with an enduring Thai identity. Hua Hin, incidentally, is Thailands oldest beach resort, enjoying a vogue among Thai royalty and aristocracy since the 1920s.
Hua Hin is a district in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province located 295 kilometers south of Bangkok and 90 kilometers from the provincial capital. It boasts a large market, and is full of food and souvenir shops as well as hotels. Beaches are located in the east of the province, and the main pier is on Highway No.4 at km.232. The beach at Hua Hin is 5 kilometers long, and full of white sand and clear water, ideal for swimming.
Hua Hin is fortunate, in as much as it is fairly centrally located and on a narrow peninsula that extends down to Malaysia. As a result, Hua Hin has three distinctive seasons - as opposed to four that most western countries experience. Thais will refer to these as "cool, dry", "hot" and "rainy". However many a westerner will experience them as "hot", "even hotter" and "hot,rainy"! Having said that, Hua Hin gets one of the lowest rainfall measurements in the country.
Best time to go:
Generally, the best time of the year to visit Hua Hin is in the cool season from November to February, but for those who like it hot, then the hot season is from March to May (temperature gets up into the higher 30s). The rainy season (although it doesn't rain every day) is from June to October with September being the rainiest of all. For those who don't appreciate rain, be advised that the rain in Thailand usually comes in short sharp bursts. It doesn't usually drizzle for long periods of time.
Dusit Thani Hua Hin Hotel http://www.dusit.com/dusitthani/huahin/default-zh.html
The upscale self-contained Dusit Thani Hua Hin Hotel provides the perfect getaway in the Gulf of Thailand. This beachfront property is close to the Summer Palace, which is a must visit. In the evening, head over to the Night Market for some excellent street side food and shopping. A little outside the town but still within easy driving distance is a National Park, Buddhist temples, and waterfalls.
- Excellent top class hotel
- With private beach
- 10 minutes to the airport
- Best for family(With kids club and kids pool)
Devasom Huahin Resort http://www.devasom.com/
With a private beach, this resort is a perfect candidate for those looking for a peaceful beachfront accommodation that is not too far removed from all the fun and activities of town.
- 10 minutes to the airport
- Luxury five star beach front hotel
- Outdoor pool with kids pool
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Hua Hin is a seaside resort city in Thailand, in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula. The town is situated some 200km south of Bangkok, thus, becoming quite popular with Thais as a weekend getaway. Hua Hin became popular with the Royal Family following the construction of the southern railway in the 1920's, travel became more accessible and a demand for luxury resorts and hotels grew. The first of these was the Railway Hotel which is now the Sofitel Central, still one of Hua Hin's most popular hotels.
Hua Hin occupies a lengthy stretch of verdant coastline with each beach unique in character; from the casuarina- lined Cha-Am to the relatively deserted Takiab Bay. Compared to the hustle and bustle of other beach destinations such as Pattaya, Hua Hin offers something more laid-back and family-friendly.