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Hua Hin Travel guide
Hua Hin : Michelin's recommendations
Surrounded by rocky hills, the bay which opens into the Gulf of Siam gave its name to this fishing village: Hua Hin is the Thai for “head of stone”. This peaceful town owes its popularity to its long white sandy beaches which attracted the wealthy inhabitants of Bangkok in the early 20C. In 1911, the construction of the first railway in Thailand made the province more accessible by linking Hua Hin to the capital and the village has been an upmarket, tranquil seaside resort ever since.
Hotels Hua Hin
64/1 Amnuaysin Road, Hua Hin, Prachuabkirikan T - Hua Hin
Located in Hua Hin Town, Tanawit Hotel & Spa is a short walk from Hua Hin Night Market. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. Tanawit Hotel & Spa is within walking distance of the Hua Hin Railway Station, Bus Station and..
1 Damnoenkasem Road T - Hua Hin
Featuring 4 outdoor pools in beautifully landscaped grounds, Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villa Hua Hin is a 5-minute walk from the Night Market and Fishing Pier. It has a spa and 4 restaurants. Occupying a prime beachfront location, Centara Grand B..
18/5 Sa-Song Road, Hua Hin, Prachuabkirikhan T - Hua Hin
Prix Prices from : 1260 THB
Located in the centre of a popular beach town, Hua Hin Avenue is a 2-minute walk to Hua Hin Night Market. Furnished with modern décor, each comfortable room come with free Wi-Fi. Hua Hin Avenue is a 10-minute drive to Plearn Warn Market, a charming ..