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This beach is remarkably quiet, relaxing, and uncrowded, unlike the beaches in say, Pattaya. And that's a good thing. No hordes of people, oil slicks from fancy boats nor mounds of trash. And no swarms of locals hawking DVDs, T-shirts,Viagra and whatnot. The Gulf of...More
Hua Hin beach is a very beautiful beach, clean and long. Perfect for a relaxing stroll. They have horses to ride, an inflatable banana that is pulled along by a jet ski and various other inflatables. You can even spot the monkeys that walk along...More
The beach during the June July time is very calm, the low tide gives up rock pools where your children can investigate the sea creatures that live within. There is abundant little sea life of snails, hermit crabs, swimmer crabs and other shell life. Take...More
One of the most beautiful beaches I've ever been to. Very clean. Not busy. White Sands. Options for sea sports activities. Even the possibility to pick up oysters. A special experience in one of the most magical places.
When you go the public beach where the seats are its rocky and at high tide you wont know, take towels and head west for 200 yards and get under the trees for shade!
The rocks are many and barnacle encrusted.
The beach is not as idealistic as others can be around Thailand so if your holiday is centered on beach’s I would look elsewhere. When the tide is in there is little if any sand available and the water can be quite rough at times....More
By far the most important feature of this central beach in front of downtown Hua Hin is its rocks. That might sound strange, but without those rocks the beach would probably have very little sand, and none when the high tide arrives – like the rest...More
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We loved Hua Hin, it is not touristy like Pattya and Phuket. We love the North too, Chiang Mai is our favourite. We felt there was something special about Hua Hin, Lots of little streets to wander, Good seafood... More
We loved Hua Hin, it is not touristy like Pattya and Phuket. We love the North too, Chiang Mai is our favourite. We felt there was something special about Hua Hin, Lots of little streets to wander, Good seafood restaurants. We did a day trip to Phraya Nakhorn Cave which I would highly recommend, it was absolutely beautiful. check the time for the light and aim to get there a little before tot take int eh full beauty of it. We love the beach for walks and did swim, but mainly just wandered the streets and took in the local atmosphere. I would recommend being there on a weekend and going to Cicada Market it is good, not your usual night market. Tamarind market is also good to eat at. We spent 5 nights in Hua Hin before heading to Chiang Mai and wish we had stayed a little longer. I think there is a good mix of opportunities for tranquility and vibrancy.