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If you’re looking for a tropical getaway destination then, Hua Hin in Thailand is simply the best option. Hua Hin is located on the western side of the Gulf of Thailand with powdery white sand beaches and the perfect variety of the city’s culture, you will soon forget when your holiday started and wish for it to never end. Markets and restaurants line the streets, music, and freshest seafood fills the air.

Though it’s fairly dry climate makes it possible to visit Hua Hin year round, the best months to go are between November-May when you will be pretty much guaranteed dry, sunny days. December-January is the high season for tourists, so expect prices increases as most of the rooms are booked in advance.

Top 7 Attractions in Hua Hin

 

  1. Hua Hin Beach

When staying in a beach resort town, the first place you will want to see is the beach! You will surely enjoy swimming in the warm waters and walking on the warm, powdery white sands.

 

  1. Hutsadin Elephant Foundation

This is genuinely a one of a kind experience. Walk with, feed, and pet elephants at this sanctuary. Your money is definitely going to a good cause.

 

  1. Hua Hin Night Bazaar

The Night Bazaar is the place to go to be fully engaged in Thai culture. This is also a great place to pick up souvenirs for your friends and family.

 

  1. Chinese Temple

Visit Hua Hin’s own Chinese Temple, located right along the shoreline. Enjoy the extraordinary architecture and take a few pictures to show your friends and family back home.

 

  1. Cicada Market

This is a must-visit destination in Hua Hin. There are live music events, street performers, and local artists. You can grab dinner and a drink, or buy some traditional arts and crafts all at the Cicada Market.

 

  1. Black Mountain Water Park

Black Mountain Water Park brings a fun-filled day for families.The park features nine different water slides, a wave pool, beach pool, kids’ pool, lazy river, and so much more – all set on a vast mountain-hugged landscape fronting a man-made lake is just located 10km north of Hua Hin.

 

  1. Phraya Nakhon Cave

The splendid Phraya Nakhon Cave is one of the most mystical and mysterious landmarks of Thailand though only a few travelers get a chance to take a picture of it. The main reason is this gold and green pavilion is hidden inside a hard to reach the cave and only a handful of dedicated travelers will do the effort to visit it.

 

So, take a breath and plan your next vacation in Hua Hin. There are a lot of best accommodation in Hua Hin. Check this property shop  http://www.huahin-property-shop.com/ as they have the local knowledge, network, and experience to help you with all of your property needs. Hua Hin Property Shop has an extensive inventory of listings of villas and condos for sale and rent in Hua Hin.