Welcome to Hua Hin
Hua Hin is a popular resort approx. 200 km's south of Bangkok. Hua Hin, which literally means stone head in Thai, is the oldest beach resort of the country and is still very popular. Clean white sand, crystal clear water and a tranquil atmosphere has continued to attract tourists in search of peaceful and relaxing holidays.
The building of the railway station in the reign of King Rama VI (1910-1925) and a summer palace of King Rama VII in 1926 transformed a quiet fishing village into an exciting resort town, which became very popular among those from high society. The famous railway station is in the form of two magnificent pavilions, one of which is exclusively used by royalties visiting Hua Hin.
Today, Hua Hin is a well established beach destination with world-class facilities coupled with a true sense of Thai hospitality. Despite its expansive growth and development as a luxurious destination, the splendor of Hua Hin remains intact. Remaining content itself, Thailand’s oldest seaside resort has never sought international recognition.
It has continued to provide a peaceful and relaxed sanctuary in a picturesque environment that comes with a true sense of historical identity. Hua Hin is a golfer's paradise with many world class courses within a short driving distance. Beaches and two water parks cater for the ones who are more into water fun. And, off course, local and international restaurants are more than enough to still your appetite.