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Wang Klai Kang Won PalaceWang Klai Kang Won Palace

Graciously built beside Hua Hin Beach by King Prajadhipok, Rama7, Wang Klai Kang Won served as an alternative summer palace for His Majesty and Queen Rampai Phanee.

Designed with a European architectural feel, the original name was "Suan Klai Kang Won" and "Phra Tamnak Piamsuk", meaning "The Garden Far From Worries" and "The Royal Residence Full of Happiness".
Wang Klai Kang Won Palace
Besides the royal residence and beautifully manicured omamental gardens full of kinds of plants and objects d'art from Java, one must also be sure to see the beautiful collection of shells in the shell museum.

And now his majesty King Bhumipol Aduldej and her majesty Queen Sirikitt to change the term for a king being palace residing here.

The Royal Waiting RoomThe Royal Waiting Room

At hua hin railway station, this is one of oldest railway station in Thailand, and its most striking feature is the unique Royal Waiting Room in Thai architectural style. The waiting room was moved from Sanam Chan during the reign of King Vajiravudh, Rama 6.


Hua-Hin BeachHua-Hin Beach

"Hua-Hin Beach" This was the first beach to gain fame and popularity with holidaymakers in Thailand. Its crystal clear waters, clean white sand and wonderful atmosphere make it the number one choice and a dream resort for tourists, having never failed to delight visitors of all ages down the years.

Khao Takiab MountKhao Takiab Mount

Khao Takiab or "Chopstick Mount" is a large mount which juts out to sea and is bedesked with a temple at the top. It is located about 6 kilometres south of the town of Hua Hin. In and around the temple, is quiet, cool and breezy. There is a figure of the goddess Kwan Im, and from the vantage point at the top, one can gaze out over the picturesque views of Hua Hin Bay and the surrounding area. There are all kinds of good accommodation and restaurants on offer to visitors.

Suan Son Pradiphat BeachSuan Son Pradiphat Beach

This beautiful stretch of beach is 9 kilometres south of Hua Hin, and takes it name from the "sun" or casuarina pine trees which line the beach. Calm and peaceful, it is well cared for by the local army camp. There are plenty of restaurants, as well as accommodation in the form of guest houses, hotels and self-catering bungalows.

Nam Tok Pa-La-U WaterfallNam Tok Pa-La-U Waterfall

This beautiful 15-tiered waterfall in the middle of rich and fertile virgin forest, is located within the boundaries of Tambon Nong Phlab Sub-Distinct, in Amphur Hua Hin Distinct, about 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin town centre. The area is under the supervision of Kaeng Krachan National Park, and water cascades down the fall through out the year.

Butterflies congregate here, and the best time to visit is early in the morning from 7.00 am, when the air is still fresh and cool. Around this time you can often spot wild animals and several species of rare birdlife such as hornbills.

Besides this, villagers from Ban Huay Sad Yai have formed a group and will be happy to lead anybody who is interested in going out on the trail of herds of wild elephants, as well as on nature walks. Anybody who is interested should get in touch with the group in advance of their trip.

Ask for more details about Pa-Lu-U waterfall from Kaeng Krachan National Park by calling 0-3245-9293

Hua-Hin Night MarketHua-Hin Night Market

Definitely to be counted as Hua Hin's most colourfl nightly attraction.

Every evening througs of both thai and overseas visitors will come to stroll around and take their pick from the many foodstalls offering all kinds of freshy-prepared goodies. These include Thai dishes, fresh seafood, Thai desserts and Indian roti bread.

Besides the culinary delights, many other stalls offer visitors a host of memorable souvenirs.