This beautiful resort is internationally famous for its five-kilometer beach with amazing white sand. We can’t simply fail to mention high quality tourist service in Thailand as it is simply great. However, visiting the fabulous Siam and lying on the sand (even the best one) is a real crime.
Hua Hin would appeal to tourists who can’t imagine a good rest without exciting excursions. Sights of the city are very interesting and varied, from architectural monuments of the colonial era to...
Lovers of unforgettable experiences will surely find much fun in visiting Sam Roi Yot, and Kaeng Krachan National Parks with their famous Phrayanakorn cave and Huai Yang and the Pala U waterfalls. How can you be close to a magnificent town of Phetburi and fail to visit the place, which houses amazing Wat Mahadrat, Suvanaram and Wat Kamphaeng Leung temples? Among other attractions found here are Phra Nakhon Khiri Palace Complexes, as well as unique Khao Wang. This is the place where you can enjoy one hundred and seventy statues of Buddha in Khao Luang Cave Complex. By the way, the colossal and the largest statue of Buddha is located in Wat Neranchararama temple, which is not far away from Hua Hin. Of course, overlooking Klai Kangwon, a splendid royal palace, would be a huge mistake.
If we add to the sights listed an elephant camp, in which guests are welcome to participate in memorable rides, as well as beautiful nature of this place and numerous entertainments that are traditional for seaside resorts but featuring the indispensable "Siamese color", and inexpensive Thai massage, you will understand this place is a must-see one.