Popularly known as 'Thailand’s original beach resort', the city of Hua Hin is a refreshing mix of lively markets, water parks, malls, and golf courses. The city is home to some of the most beautiful and architecturally complex places in Thailand. With a wide range of entertainment options and heritage sites, the city offers a lot to explore.
Hua Hin Beach is an ideal place to relax and rejuvenate. The beach, unlike other beaches, is a quiet and peaceful affair. Some of the fun activities at the beach include swimming, kitesurfing and banana boat rides. Moreover, beach vendors selling local souvenirs, refreshments, and crafts are always around. Moreover, the beach is surrounded by comfortable staying options. Some of the best hotels include OYO 227 Suchaya House, OYO 447 Royal Express and OYO 321 Country Place.
Cicada Market is a must-visit if you are an art and craft lover. The market has been divided into four sections which include an art gallery, a food court, an area dedicated to live music and shows, and an area for homeware and popular fashion items. Cicada is unlike other markets, here you will find original paintings and sculptures, handmade items, and artists working on live sketches.
For Art's Sake is Thailand’s first 4D museum. Witness how piano stairs come to life, monsters that catch hold of you, and what it is like to jump into the mouth of a shark! Its large collection of fun murals, sculptures, and art installations are sure to leave you amazed.
Sam Roi Yot Freshwater Marsh is Thailand’s largest freshwater marsh. It is home to limestone islands, over 300 different species of migratory birds and massive caves. The vicinity also has an observation tower for bird-watchers.
The city of Hua Hin is famous for its salads, seafood, desserts, noodles, and meat-based dishes. Som Tam Pu Ma, Spicy Blue Crab Papaya Salad, Kan Chiang Pu Nueng, steamed Crab Wings, Tom Yam Goong, spicy Shrimp soup, Hoi Wan Pad Cha, stir-fried Babylon Snails in Roasted Chilli Oil, Haw Mok Talay, steamed Seafood Custard, and Au Suan, deep-fried Oyster Pancake are some of the most popular dishes. Amber Kitchen, Dom's Kitchen, McFarland House, Siam Bakery, The Social Salad, and Suan Bua are some of the best restaurants in the city. They offer mouthwatering Thai cuisine at affordable prices.
How to reach Hua Hin City?
The nearest airport to Hua hin is the Don Mueang International Airport at a distance of 140 miles from the city. It serves both domestic and international flights flying to and from Hua Hin. The main forms of transport in Hua Hin are buses, cars, trains, and tricycles.
Best time to visit Hua Hin
The months between November and February are the best months to visit Hua Hin. The weather during these months is cool and is ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
To make the best of your stay at Hua Hin, OYO Hotels Thailand have over 30 established properties in the city. With facilities like card payments, free-wifi, 24/7 check-in, conference room, and banquet hall facilities, first-aid, wheelchair accessibility, daily housekeeping, and parking facilities, OYO Hotels provide world-class comforts at the best prices. Not only this but some of the select hotels also allow pets.