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Hua Hin Beach
This was the first beach to gain fame and popularity with holiday makers in Thailand. The Hua Hin beach stretches about 4 kilometers from the town centre to Khao Takiab. Hua Hin beach is well known for its spectacular sunrises and is wide and long with white sand and scattering rocks in some area. Activities such as jogging, sun bathing, horse riding, kite boarding and other kinds of water sports are available here! If you want to relax, there are plenty of deck chairs, sun loungers and beach umbrellas available for a small hourly charge.


Hua Hin Railway Station
The Hua Hin Railway Station, built in the reign of King Rama VI, is one of Thailand's oldest railway stations. Its main feature is The Royal Waiting Room that used to welcome the King and his court when they were visiting the town. It is a major tourist attraction in Hua Hin and is visited by both local and foreign tourists alike every day. At the back of the station you will find the English steam locomotive with Thailand’s colours flying on its top. And at the front, there are also renovated carriages converted into libraries that are open to the public from Mondays through to Saturdays.


Klai Kangwon Palace
"Far From Worries" - this is what this summer palace of the King literally stands for. Built in 1929, Klai Kangwon consists of 3 sea facing Spanish style mansions with beautifully manicured gardens. When the palace is not occupied, it is open to the public daily from 9.00 am - 4.00 pm, but you'll have to get a permit from the Royal Household Office to be able to visit. A small admission fee is also charged.


Hua Hin Hills Vineyard
A 40 minute drive to the hills of Hua Hin's finest vineyard, it is built on a former elephant corral - a sublime place where wild Asian elephants were domesticated. The terrain, comprising mostly of loamy-sand and slate, is conducive to the cultivation of grapes, providing the seaside resort town of Hua Hin. A visit here affords you the luxury of basking in the coastal sunshine where you will be invited to learn more about viticulture and enology while admiring the plush 200-rai vineyard.


Huay Mongkol Temple
Situated about 10 km south of Hua Hin lies the Huay Mongkol Temple. It is a sacred sanctuary to one of Thailand's prestigious monks Luang Phor Tuad. The temple was home to the monk who was famed for his miracles; these days the people would gather around the statue to ask for merit, happiness, favours, and luck for life among other special requests. Another attraction at this sanctuary is the two black wooden elephants sitting at the foundation of the stairwell that stretches to the statue. Not only is this place popular amongst the Thai people, but also the tourists as visitors can also visit waterfalls, streams and the peaceful surroundings of the area.


Khao Takiab
Also known as Chopstick Mountain, it can be seen to the south from Hua Hin beach. Approaching the hill from the beach, you will see a 20 metre high Buddha statue, facing seawards, standing amongst some rocks at the foot of the hill. We are led to believe that the statue can be seen from the horizon. It's about 15 minute drive from the hotel.


Kaeng Krachan National Park
Kaeng Krachan national park, which was established in 1981, is the largest national park in Thailand with 2,915 square kilometres of forest in the watersheds of the Phetchaburi and Pranburi rivers. The park includes a reservoir lake, waterfalls, caves and mountains. It is almost entirely covered with evergreen forest. One attraction here is the Keang Krachan dam, a 58-metre-high and 760-metre-long structure, as it is the first earthen dam constructed in Thailand. Its reservoir is fed by forested watershed which extends to the Tenasserim mountain range dividing the watersheds of the Gulf of Siam and the Andaman Sea.


Pa La-U Waterfall
Part of the Kaeng Krachan National Park, this beautiful 16 tiers of waterfall is one of the biggest waterfalls in Thailand. The surrounding forest is over a thousand years old and filled with rare wild animals, birds, and butterflies. Have a picnic with your family while taking in the fresh mountain air and wonderful atmosphere.


Cha Am ATV Park
Located just about 25 minutes away is Cha-Am's ATV Park. The ATV Park aims to enhance the whole family's adventure skills through various activities such as; ATV motor car riding on well-designed routes, horse riding, paintballing, and shooting, etc.

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