Located 150 miles from Bangkok, Hua Hin’s magnificent beach runs south from a rocky headland, which separates it from a tiny fishing port. It curves gently for about two miles to its southern point where Buddhist temples cling to the cliffs. Beyond lies another beach Hat Khao Tao, pine-fringed and more secluded.
The beaches of Hua Hin first came to the country’s attention in 1926, when King Rama VI’s royal architect constructed Phra Ratchawong Klai Kangwon, a seafront summer palace of golden teak just north of what was then a small fishing village. Once endorsed by the royal family, Hua Hin has remained a traditional favorite among Thais. The palace is still used by the royal family from time to time.
Hua Hin’s Night Market is a popular spot, with a wide selection of souvenirs and local Thai handicrafts, and a good source of Thai food. Several world-class golf courses are within a short drive from the resort. Hua Hin is easily accessible by rail, bus or flights from Bangkok and takes less than three hours to get to by car.
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