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Hua Hin Railway Station
Hua Hin Railway Station The Hua Hin Railway Station is one of the most famous sightseeing attractions in Hua Hin with a long cultural heritage and Royal connections. Built in the reign of King Rama VI, the station is one of Thailand's oldest railway stations. In addition, it is one of the country's most beautiful train stations with unique architecture. Its most striking feature is the splendid Royal Waiting Room constructed in the Thai architectural style. The room was relocated from Sanam Chan Palace in Nakhon Pathom Province during the reign of King Rama VI. Hua Hin Night Market The most colorful spot in Hua Hin during the night, the market offer a wide array of food, drinks, deserts, memorable souvenirs; all kinds of freshly-prepared dishes. Famous are Pad Thai, Hoi Thod, fresh seafood, Indian roti bread, coconut ice cream, etc. (the list is endless) This market will delight visitors wishing to savor the real taste of Hua Hin.

How to get there
The station is located centrally in Hua Hin on the western end of Damnoen Kasam Road, and can easily be reached on foot in just a few minutes from the town centre.

Opening Hours Daily 24 hrs.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 107
Klai Kangwon Palace
Klaikangwon Palace means "far from worries" and was built in Spanish style architecture in 1929. This summer palace consisting of 3 Spanish style mansions facing the sea was constructed to the north of Hua Hin under the royal command of King Rama Vll and the residence is only accessible by invitation. Today, it is the permanent residence of the King.

How to get there
It is approximately 3 km from Hua Hin to the north on Phet Kasem Rd.

Opening Hours Daily from 09:00 am. - 04:00 pm.
Admission 20 Baht for adult, 10 Baht for child (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 1155
Maruekhathayawan Palace
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace is a summer seaside palace, and it is often referred to as "the palace of love and hope". Maruekatayawan (Mrigadayavan) Palace is one of the oldest and most attractive royal palaces in Thailand. The Maruekatayawan Palace was constructed by His Majesty King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1923 as a place where he could fully relax in great comfort amid a naturally serene atmosphere.

How to get there
Located midway between Cha-am and Hua Hin in the Petchaburi province.

Opening Hours Daily from 08:30 am. - 04:00 pm.
Admission 30 Baht for adult, 15 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3247 1005-6
Phraya Nakhon Cave (Tham Phraya Nakhon)
Tham Phraya Nakhon Cave can be reached on foot from Laem Sala beach inside the park. The rather steep and rocky ascent up the side of the mountain (about 430 meters long) provides spectacular sea views and takes about 30 minutes.

Tham Phraya Nakhon is actually two sinkholes whose roof has fallen in, letting in sunlight. In the middle of the cave is a Thai-style pavilion built for a visit by King Rama V in 1896. The cave was named for Phraya Nakhon, ruler of the city-state of Nakhon Si Thammarat, who inadvertently discovered it over 200 years ago when a gale forced his ship ashore.

How to get there
Phraya Nakhon Cave can be reached from Laem Sala Beach, by a steep rocky trail, 430 m. long and rising to a height of 130m., taking about 30 minute to climb. Caution should be used and proper footwear worn as the rock is sharp and can be slippery.
Panee Butterfly Farm
Panee Butterfly Farm located opposite Klai Kangwon Palace, is home to a large aray of butterflies and birds. There are also many species of orchids and local plants. The best time to visit the garden is when the colourful butterflies and flowers are in full bloom in order to capture the splendour of this extraordinary marvel of nature.

Panee Butterfly Farm is a good change of pace from the beach and educational experience for the family.

How to get there
Just infront of the Kali Kang won Palace. Along the main highway 3 km from Hua Hin to the north on Phet Kasem Rd.

Opening Hours Daily from 09:00 am. - 05:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 2642
Khao Takiab Beach
Khao Takiab beach behind the hill of Khao Takiab, is a great place to spend holiday. The beach has a large expanses of open white sand and shallow waters where you can relax in the sun. On Khao Takiab beach have a lot of loungers and seafood restaurants ranging from small Thai style places to large expensive resorts.

At the north end the rocky mountain of Khao Takiab is an amazing view. Ideal for jogging you also find people paying petanque and volley ball, even when busy at weekends there is plenty of room and beach space to find your own quiet area. Beach vendors to not bother anyone but are available for a cold drink, tropical fruit or food snacks. The area behind the beach has Bourganvillia lined quiet streets with vacation homes, small guesthouses, boutique accommodation. You will also find Elephant and also grazing cattle, this is a very nice area and under 10 minutes from the centre of Hua Hin.

How to get there
Khao Takiab, or Takiab Beach is just a few kms from the centre of Hua Hin. Past the Hua Hin Marriott Resort, about 1 km the road leads to Khao Takiab and you pass the truly world famous Chiva Som Health Resort and Spa, then you are in the Khao Takiab area.
Santorini Park
Santorini Park is new and popular shopping on Cha am now. The building build in concept of an Amused Shopping by had inspiration from Santorini Island in Greece. Santorini Park is very beautiful places for photography and enjoy with 5 zones shopping plaza include including Park zone, Village zone, Rest Area, Weekend Art Market and Events zone.

Santorini Park has many things related to water, such as man-made waterfalls, dancing fountains, water balls for children, and green areas. The atmosphere inside is thus very enjoyable and waiting for you to touch these beautiful place.

How to get there
From Cha-Am or Hua-Hin you will need some motorized transport. If you come from Bangkok, you will see Santorini Park on the right hand side of the road just before the junction on the highway where you would turn left to reacfh Cha-Am. The big ferris wheel can’t be missed as well as the typical white houses.

Opening Hours Mon – Fri from 10.00 am. - 08.00 pm., Sat from 09.00am. - 10.00 pm., Sun and Holidays from 09.00 am. - 09.00 pm.
Admission Free for Mon - Thurs, 50 Baht for Fri - Sun (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3277 2999
Hua Hin Elephant Village
Hua Hin Elephant Village have has 18 elephants, is located 3km west of Hua Hin. You can enjoy with ride an elephant, look baby elephant show and buy bunches of bananas to feed elephants.

You can watch the elephants taking their daily bath in the stream before beginning to demonstrate logging techniques used in the jungle. You will be surprised by their strength and clever team work.

Then you can climb on board the back of an elephant and ride through the jungle to visit a nearby village. This elephant ride takes about 1 hour for round trip. You can get shorter or longer trip if you want. This is an unforgettable elephant ride. After the elephant ride you may have your lunch at the camp.

How to get there
From Hua Hin Market on Phet Kasem Rd. about 2.5 km, Route Hua Hin – Nongplub Rd. Hua Hin Elephant Village located on the right.

Opening Hours Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Admission 1,000 Baht per 1 hour ride (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 6181, 08 9900 8095
Plearnwan
Plearnwan is a theme of unique brown wooden building features shopping complex, has two-storey courtyard-style building, an architectural statement in itself, houses a community of period-style shops selling everything from liquor, inexpensive plastic-and-tin toys, snacks as well as a beauty salon, photo studio, outdoor cinema screen and a 20-room guesthouse or 'Piman Plern Wan'.

Food is the main highlight at Plearn Wan. But other than the usual pad thai or grilled meat skewers, you will find a good mix of old and new. Hard-to-find snacks, such as ‘tong muan sod’ (sweetened pancake) and ‘ka lor jee’ (similar to Japanese mochi), are cooked up by order at one of the hawker carts lining the walkway along with typical fare such as noodles and barbecued pork over rice. And if you are a fan of Thai sweets, you will find a myriad of mouthwatering recipes here, from mango sticky rice to grass jelly with shaved ice and preserved fruits in sweetened syrup. Besides hopping from one food cart to the next, shopping is another favourite pastime for visitors to Plern Wan.

How to get there
By Car :
- Drive along Highway No. 35 (Thon Buri-Pak Tho) passing Samut Sakhon and Samut Songkhram Provinces and then take Highway No. 4 to Hua Hin. Total distance is 123 kilometers. It takes 2.30 hrs.
- Alternatively, it is possible to travel via Nakhon Pathom and Ratchaburi Provinces, a journey which takes 3 hrs.

By Bus :
Busses from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal; 1st class (air-conditioned), 2nd class (air-conditioned) and (ordinary). The trip takes about 3 1/2 to 4 hours.

The bus leaves for Bangkok from a station next to Siripetchkasem Hotel. In addition, there are air-conditioned buses for Chumpon Province (4 hours), Surat Thani Province (7hours), Phuket Province (10 hours) and Krabi Province (9 hours)

By Van :
Various agencies on Khao San Road and Victory Monument in Bangkok operate minivans to Hua Hin.

By Train :
From Hua-Lum-Pong station, there are many trains to Hua Hin, Pranburi and Prachuap Khiri Kan. The trip takes about 3-3/4 hours from Bangkok.

Local buses / Song-Thaews :
From Hua Hin to the Hat (beach) of Khao Takiap, Khao Tam and Suan Son. These buses run from around 6 am. until 5.50 pm.

Opening Hours Mon – Thu 10:00 am. – 10:00 pm., Fri 10:00 am. - 12:00 am., Sat 09:00 am. - 12:00 am., and Sun 09:00 am. - 10:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3252 0311-2
Khao Krailat
Located near Khao Takiab, this steep hill lends its name to the temple that is located there. The temple belongs to a Buddhist denomination originally founded by King Rama IV and showcases a collection of large Buddha images dating back several hundred years.
Khao Tao
Khao Tao Khao Tao is a charming village best known for a wonderful secluded beach. At the top of Khao Tao has a large temple call “Wat Tham Khao Tao”. The temple has a cave with Buddha images and more images are being raised right along the shoreline. Overlooking the village with it’s many fishing boats there are various Buddha statues, as well as others devoted to famous monks, Kannon, not to mention.

Khao Tao has a beautiful, secluded little bay. It is a deserted beach and delightful seaside restaurants make it a great venue for a day out of town where you can relax with good local food and a swim in the ocean.

How to get there
Just 13 kms. south of Hua Hin and the hill can be reached by road, the main Petch Ka Sem Road passing by it and a small country road leading directly to the village of Khao Tao at the foot of the hill.

Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Hua Hin Hills Vineyard
Hua Hin Hills Vineyard is a very popular day trip and can easily be combined with other nearby attractions on the route such as Wat Huay Mongkol. The vineyard is set in a beautiful area just 35 kilometres west of Hua Hin, and enjoys superb views across the surrounding countryside.

At Hua Hin Hills Vineyard provide the majority of high quality grapes for Siam Winery and wine labels such as Monsoon Valley. Besides you will be able to learn about tropical viticulture from Siam Winery’s professional team. The Sala, is a Thai-inspired pavilion housing a bistro, where you can indulge in fine food and sample their locally produced wines, many of which are surprisingly good.

The vineyard is not exactly a cheap day out, but it makes a very rewarding alternative for anyone that wants to do something a little different from all the usual tourist activities, and is definitely a recommended and enjoyable excursion.

How to get there
It’s about 40 km away from Hua Hin, same the way to the Pala U water fall and Huay Monkol temple. Recommend to take a taxi or ask your concierge as the road is not in perfect condition.

Opening Hours Daily from 10:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 08 1701 8874, 08 1701 8875
Hua Hin Artist Village (Baan Sillapin Hua Hin)
Baan Sillapin Artists Village is Hua Hin’s original arts centre, opened in 1998 on a 10-rai (approx. 4 acres or 1.6 hectare) site in the hills just to the West of central Hua Hin. It is the base for the Hua Hin Artists Group, and the residence of Hua Hin’s most famous artist, Tawee Kesa-ngam and other artists who are also members of his family.

Baan Sillapin includes large galleries of arts and antiques, artist studios, a coffee and gift shop, and classrooms for their very-popular classes in painting and sculpture. The facility is a frequent host of special exhibitions and performance events.

The landscaping , setting, and architecture at Baan Sillapin are truly lovely, and it is one of the nicest places to while away some time in the afternoon.

How to get there
Located on the “Pala-U” road (route 3218) approximately 4 kilometers from the center of Hua Hin.

Opening Hours Tue – Sun 10:00 am. - 05:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3253 4830, 08 7167 3895
Swiss Sheep Farm
In place of the ancient dream of those who seek it. The complex nature. Come in contact with the atmosphere of a farm in a valley surrounded by the love that surrounds you with warmth, style European country. Farms that will take you time to dream again. You will enjoy riding the scenic meadows among shepherds. And full of fun activities that are fun and love and romance. The key to my weight. The successor to that reputation.

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How to get there
The Swiss Sheep Farm is on Phetkasem road (highway #4) at kilometer 201, on the left side of the road when coming from Bangkok, just before the PTT gas station and 500 meters before the fork to Cha Am and Hua Hin on the left (straight being the bypass to Pranburi)

Opening Hours Mon - Fri 10:00 am. - 07:00 pm., Sat - Sun 09:00 am. - 07:00 pm.
Admission Adult 50 Baht, Child 30 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3277 2495
Black Sheep Farm
Black Sheep Farm includes sheep, goats, deer and rabbits. This is a fun place to go with family or friends. Indeed, visitors can feed animals, touch them and children can play games in the farm.

During your stay in Hua Hin, just try an experiment of nature while having fun.In addition, the farm offers a coffee with homemade cakes, homemade ice cream, snacks and a wide range of souvenirs.

How to get there
Just 2 km from Wat Huay Mongkol. There are clear signs on the road to guide you up to the farm.

Opening Hours Mon– Fri 09:00 am. - 05:00 pm., Sat– Sun 08:30 am. - 05:30 pm.
Admission 40 Baht for adults and 20 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 08 6170 9240 ,08 6672 7737
Suan Son Pradiphat
Suan Son Pradipat means Sea Pine tree. The area belongs to the Army Welfare Office and it is open to the public. There is a garden at the edge of the beach. This is a tranquil and relaxing place to visit with various restaurants and accommodations in the form of guesthouses, hotels and self-catering bungalows.

The road that connects the beach with other parts of the city is bordered with tall and green palm trees. The road gives enough idea about the enchanting beauty of the beach.

How to get there
It is some 8km south of Hua Hin.

Opening Hours Daily from 08:00 am. - 05:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Pala-U waterfalls
Sam Roi Yot National Park Pala-U waterfalls is about 60km west of Hua Hin, towards the mountain ridge that forms a natural border with Burma. This popular waterfall has 16 levels, water flows throughout the year. The multi-tiered waterfall is spectacular, especially in the rainy season. It is set in unspoilt rainforest that's teeming with birds, butterflies and all kinds of other wildlife. The third level offers a refreshing swimming hole after the short jungle trek.

One of the most beautiful waterfalls, not only in Hua Hin District, but also in Prachuab Khirikhan Province, Pala-U is located in Kaeng Krachan National Park. Only sixty-three kilometers from the city, you will enjoy the journey as much as the destination. A comfortable journey through the Thai countryside is always an experience.

The Tourist Service Centre of Pala-U Waterfall recorded that the number of visitors of Pala-U in each year is close to 100,000 people.

How to get there
Pala-U waterfalls is located in Amphur Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, in the southern part of the national park. Only 60 kilometers from the Hua Hin city.

Admission 400 Baht for adult (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 08 7161 2922
Hua Hin Arts and Crafts Centre
Situated in an old typical house on Naepkhehat Road, the center features a private collection of contemporary works of many Thai artists-paintings, sculptures and local handicrafts, as well as old furniture and many pictures about Hua Hin in the past.

How to get there
Located on Naepkhehat Road in Hua Hin.

Opening Hours Daily from 11:00 am. - 06:30 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 1249
Hua Hin Sam Phan Nam Floating Market
Hua Hin Sam Phan Nam Floating Market is the biggest floating, covering an area of over 100 rai (16 hectares).  The market’s architectural features take their inspiration from several historical sites in Hua Hin that were either built or renovated during the reign of King Rama VI (1910-1925), including the Mrigadayavan Palace and Hua Hin Railway Station.

On Sam Phan Nam Floating Market, you will find 193 shops of all different kinds and 40 shops actually on the boats, selling local food, hand made products and souvenirs.

You can stroll through the heart of the floating market on foot, by boat or even a take a pedalo. Alternatively, you also have the opportunity to tour the floating market on a miniature railway.

Sam Phan Hua Hin Floating Market has over a 1,000 parking spaces, so there is no need to worry about parking!

How to get there
Located in Soi Hua Hin 112, a short distance from the train station in the city.

Opening Hours Daily from 10:00 am. - 11:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3290 0111
Hua Hin Floating Market
Hua Hin Floating Market built in around 2010 and nearby Sam Phan Nam Floating Market. The Hua Hin Floating Market is a bit more up-scale with many shops on the banks of a small, meandering, man-made river. All of the shops were built in a retro style to remind you of the olden days in Hua Hin. The boardwalk around the lake is wide which allows you plenty of space as you explore the shops. There are no cheap or tacky souvenirs here. Most things are good quality handmade products that you won’t find elsewhere. There are also paddle boats and Thai boats in which you can float in the canal/river.

How to get there
The floating markets are located South of Hua Hin and towards Khao Takieb. By following the main road and then taking a right turn after the flyover and following the signposts we were able to find the Hua Hin Floating markets quite easily.

Opening Hours Daily from 09:30 am. - 07:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3282 7888, 08 1197 7772-4
Hua Hin Animal Park
Hua Hin Animal Park was set up as a government funded "deer research center" so there are no English language signs to or in the place. There are many kinds of animals such as deer, birds, monkeys, langurs and gibbons, some caged some free roaming. A canal system separates a couple of islands where gibbons also live.

The Hua hin zoo covers a small area which makes it a nice place for small children to walk around without the need for a stroller. Have in mind that there are not any shops to purchase food and drink or other accessories. It is not part of the normal tour, but most taxi drivers will know where it is located.

How to get there
Take Soi Huay Sai about a kilometer after Palm Hills on the left heading north and then it's on the right around 4km down this soi.

Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Huay Mongkol Temple (Wat Huay Mongkol)
Wat Huay Mongkol or the Huay Mongkol Temple was home to the immensely popular monk Luang Phor Thuad. This Buddhist temple is home to a Big Buddha statue that was commissioned by Queen Sirikit. Wat Huay Mongkol houses the largest statue of Luang Phor Thuad, set within a park-like setting that attracts many visitors each weekend. Luang Phor Thuad is a legendary Thai monk revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles, many believe that the amulets created in his image guarantee safety in times of distress. This place may be more interesting among Thai tourists than foreign ones.

How to get there
From Phet Kasem Rd. (Highway 4, heading to Prachuap Khiri Khan), take Highway 3218 and continue about 15km.

Opening Hours Daily from 05:00 am. - 10:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3257 6187, 0 3257 6297
Black Mountain Water Park
Spend a day with us for the time of your life! Black Mountain Water Park is fitted out with the highest quality, modern & exciting equipment, all operated to the highest safety standards. The Water Park, watched over by highly trained lifeguards, boasts a 17 meter high tower with 9 different sliders, also a spectacular wave pool, the lazy river, a beach pool, and kids pool, for all the fun the best water park could offer.

How to get there
About 10km from Hua Hin. From Hua Hin Soi 56, take the road that winds around the back of the Hua Hin Railway Station and follow the signs.

Opening Hours Daily from 10:00 am. - 05:00 pm.
Admission 900 Baht for adult, 450 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3261 8444, 09 0446 6129
Hua Hin Fishing Pier
Hua Hin Fishing Pier is popular place and tourist come here for different purposes; fishing, to have a break, for a walk, for business, to view the boats in the gulf or for seeing sunrise.

Many tourists come and spend time to observe many of activities around here, and see a wonderful panoramic view of Hua Hin town. They can take a stroll down to the fishing pier to watch the boats coming in with their daily catch. There are several restaurants set out on their own piers turning out amazingly fresh seafood at incredibly reasonable prices for you to enjoy.

How to get there
Located at the north end of Naresdamri Rd.

Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Vic Hua Hin
Vic Hua Hin is a new institution for arts and culture for the new generation. Patravadi Mejudhon’s vision is to create a comprehensive arts complex where art and culture is learned, shared, enjoyed and exchanged, for Thai and international visitors, students and artists alike. Theatre, gallery, school, accommodation, restaurant. Various spaces are designed so as to inspire the combination of ideas and skills in a creative approach.

How to get there
Located on Phetchkasem Road, past the Khao Takiab flyover.

Opening Hours Daily
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3282 7814, 0 3282 7815
Sam Roi Yod National Park
Located 63 kilometres south of Hua Hin in the vicinity of Kui Buri district, this coastal national park covers an area of 98 square kilometres with limestone mountains, mangrove swamps, and beaches. It is also home to various kinds of local and migrating birds, which are plentiful from November to February. With a large number of ridges, Khao Sam Roi Yot (or the mountain of 300 peaks) stands as a landmark for seamen and also provides a good shelter for ships during a storm. To get to the park, follow the direction signs marking the remaining distances of 38 and 15 kilometres at Km. 256 and Km.286.5, respectively.
Cha Am Forest Park
It is a quiet and relaxing place. You can go there for a picnic, play football with the kids, ride your bicycle, exercise, go for a jog. There are monkeys (gibbons) but they are on a small island so they can't come near you. There is also a Thai restaurant. It is such a nice place for traveler to break vehicles and themselves because the park has abundant trees, plants, physical exercise area and animals in the forest. And the thing you should not miss is a restaurant serving delicious food there. Cha Am Forest Park also offers a camping area and bungalow accommodation.

How to get there
It is closed to Petchkasem Road where is the main road to the south and it is far from Tambon Cha Am for only 1 kilometer, and from Cha Am Beach for only 1.2 kilometers.

Contact Tel. 0 3243 3661 ext. 305
Attractions within the park
Tham Kaeo
is situated some 23 km. from Pran Buri or 15 km north of the park office. This cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites. Oil lamps can be rented at a nearby village for exploring the cave. Tham Sai, is 9 km north of the park office. Exploration inside the cave takes about half an hour. Oil lamps can be rented at nearby Khung Tanot Village.
Khao Chong Krachok
Getting to the top of this mountain up 395 steps, to enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside does require a bit of effort. There is a small pagoda and a troop of playful monkeys. The hill also offers a splendid panorama of the coastline and seascape.

How to get there
By Bus : Get off at the bus terminal and continue by taking the motorcycle service.
By Train : Get off at Prachuap Khiri Khan Railway Station and continue with a Sam Lo or a service motorcycle.
By Car : From Highway No. 4 (Phetchakasem Road) Km. 320, turn left into Amphoe Mueang Prachuap Khiri Khan and cross the railway track for 2 kilometres, passing the province sports stadium. Go straight on for 500 metres to Wat Thammikaram. The starting point to Khao Chong Krachok is on the right of the temple.
Wa Ko
This locality has had historical importance since the reign of King Rama IV. The King made a trip to Wa Ko to witness the full moon eclipse. A long white sandy beach lined with pine trees offers a pleasant atmosphere. It is located at Km. 335 of Highway No. 4,12 km south from the town.
Khao Hin Thoen Stone Park
This is located to the west of the town. Travel along Highway No. 4 till Km. 331-332, then turn right and drive for another 8 km. Among large stones placed by nature in the area, there are narrow walks leading to wide rocky fields on the mountain top overlooking the view of the city and the sea.
Dan Singkhon
This Myanmar-Thailand border pass is located in Tambon Khiong Wan, 4 km from Khao Hin Thoen Stone Park. It used to be a strategic line for military movement in the past.
Huai Yang Waterfall (Nam Tok Huai Yang)
Nam Tok Huai Yang locate in steep mountainous Tanao Sri range rising from 100 to 1,200 metres above sea level and there is 7 levels. The fall is suit to visit because it's peaceful. Nature trail is also the fall's attraction. Accommodation is available near the park headquarters.

How to get there
Along the road Phetkasem road for 29 kilometers. At km. 350, u-turn and turn left to Huai Yang-Nam Tok Huai Yang National Park and follow the road for kilometers.

Opening Hours Daily from 06:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Admission 200 Baht for adult (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3264 6291, 08 4701 2795
Khao Hin Lek Fai Viewpoints
Khao Hin Lek Fai well known as “Flintstone Hill”, the hill is located approximately 3 kilometers west of the town and is the best view point in Hua Hin. On Khao Hin Lek Fai provides a panoramic view of Hua Hin, the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course and the Gulf of Thailand.

On the way to the hill you can visit some temples, but you should also know that the road to the top is very steep. Only very strong should try to make their way to the top on bike. Vehicle transport is recommended. The best time to see the city is in the early morning.

How to get there
Just 3 kilometers west of Hua Hin district.

Opening Hours Daily
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
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