Top 10 Tours in Hua Hin
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A popular beach destination among local tourists, Hua Hin is as close as it gets to an all-around holiday getaway. Whether a beachside escape, jungle trek, mountain retreat, off-shore excursion, or heritage encounter, Hua Hin’s got it all. The best part is you can find the top 10 must-try experiences right here.
1Snorkeling at Talu Island Koh Talu Duration: 11 hours0
Only 15 minutes by boat from a low-key coastal fishing town called Bangsaphan Noi, Talu Island is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. This aquatic wonderland renowned for its sparkling waters and peaceful atmosphere is home to a diverse array of coral species. Explore all these fascinating coral reefs, bask in the sunshine on the island's fine white sand and drink in the amazing vistas of the ocean all around you. Read More...2Pala-U Waterfall with Elephant Ride Kaeng Krachan National Park Duration: 9.30 hours0
Hua Hin’s scenic mountains harbour one of Thailand’s richest and most biologically diverse forests. This full-day tour takes you into the bountiful heartland of Kaeng Krachan, home to the 11-tiered Pala-U Waterfalls, more than 400 species of birds, wild elephants, tigers and a multitude of endangered mammals as well as rare flora and fauna. What’s more, you will be exploring all these natural wonders on the back of an elephant! Read More...3Hua Hin & Cha-am Discovery Hua Hin & Cha Am Duration: 3.30 hours0
Those searching for a pleasant, leisurely outing will find this tour a delight. Delve into Hua Hin’s history by visiting the Thai-Victorian style mansion “Marughadayavan Palace” located in Cha-Am, Hua Hin’s sister beach town. From Cha-Am, journey back to Hua Hin and continue southwards to Khao Takiab (chopstick hill), where you can get a bird’s eye view of the entire northern and southern stretches of Khao Takiab Beach. Read More...4Kayaking at Khao Daeng Samroi Yod National Park Duration: 6.30 hours0
Combining mountain and sea adventures, this full-day nature tour brings you a full-on expedition into the wilderness of Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park. Explore the verdant, jungle-clad mountain slopes on foot, visit a seaside village where a scene from the famous British drama “The Killing Fields” was shot, then jump in a kayak and explore the bountiful mangrove forests fringing the picturesque shoreline. Read More...5Hua Hin Night Tour Hua Hin Tour Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes0
This trip is an introduction to Hua-Hin and is recommended as a tour to be taken soon after your arrival. It takes you through the important facets of Hua Hin’s history as well as fascinating cultural and architectural heritage. Climb aboard a trishaw for a quick ride to the Hua Hin Railway Station, then explore the areas around the town centre, including Hua Hin Night Market, the fishing pier and the town’s first resort. Read More...6Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Ratchaburi0
This one-day trip provides you a golden opportunity to explore the floating market where you can learn more on the way of Thai life. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Thai House is the best place for observing Thai local life. Read More...7Kaeng Krachan National Park Phetchaburi0
Be prepared for a thrill ride – safari style – into Kaeng Krachan National Park’s lush wilderness. What starts out as a scenic drive along Hua Hin’s countryside, peppered with pineapple plantations, mango groves and papaya orchards, crescendos into a heart-pounding ride through the jungle inhabited by wild elephants, bears, leopards, Indo-Chinese tigers and a host of their endangered friends. Read More...8Huay Yang Waterfall Prachuap Khiri Khan0
Why not spend a day going to a small town called Prachuab Khiri Khan. A scenic area nicknamed “Little Rio” because of its fantastic location with white sandy beaches and high mountains near the Burmese border. This trip is a wonderful memory to bring back home. Read More...9Samroi Yod National Park Prachuap Khiri Khan0
Thailand’s first Coastal National Park “The Three hundred peaks” is a small but fascinating area of Limestone mountains, coves, beaches, islands And marshy wetlandsthat is home to a great variety of plants, birds and some endangered animals. A wonderful and not too difficult place to explore. Read More...10Phetchburi Tour Phetchaburi0
Petchburi, a charming historic town sitting astride the main road to Southern Thailand, has a number of temples with strong connections to the former capital of Ayuthaya. Some of the best examples of Ayuthaya’s mural paintings can be found here. However, the glorious palace now a national museum, which sits on a hilltop overlooking the town, is a breath-taking place to visit. Read More...
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