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Tourist Attractions in Hua Hin

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Seaside view, greenery, tranquility and of course the title of romantic and elegant gateway holiday destination, Hua Hin is among the most popular cities in Thailand to explore. The beautiful city has numerous beautiful and lovely seaside houses, villas and a few attractive vintage summer palaces. The beautiful town is full of tourists taking a break from Bangkok at weekends. Main attractions of the city lie in town’s charming old-world Maruekhathaiyawan Palace.

Hua Hin Railway Station

Hua Hin Railway Station, counted in the most popular attractions in the city, is a train station located in Hua Hin Subdistric in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province at the distance of 213 kilometers from Thon Buri Railway Station. It is a class 1 railway station on the Southern Line that always draws attention of tourists to explore the adventurous trip. It was ancient station built during eh reign of King Rama VI and only a short distance from the centre of town. You will see the royal waiting room that is without any doubt most attractive. Not to mention the brightly painted wooden buildings that are Thai in concept and design somehow manage to have a Victorian Feel of them.

Hua Hin Beach

Located on the Western side of Gulf of Thailand, Hua Hin Beach is hardly surprising that it is well-endowed with some of the great beaches – most of them are wide and long; while depths are generally shallow with very mild currents. They are safe for families and those who want to explore the real beach world in Thailand. The beautiful beaches run all the way to Khao Takiab. There are plenty of water sport activities that you can enjoy during your tour here. The blue water and high rise waves as well as greenery at the beach will create a photogenic scene.

Takiap Hill

Being one of the biggest attractions in Prachuab Kirikhan Province, Khao Takiab or Takiab Hill is called as Chopstick Mountain and called as Monkey Mountain too for the reason of monkeys that live on it. Not to mention the hilltop temple with sensational views of Hua Hin. During your tour to this beach town, when you are here, don’t miss the visit the temple and large bell – stairs up to the main shrine – a pagoda-like structure. Architectural beauty of the wonderful temple is amazing to keep your surprised and enticed for the time to come. There is a lot more to see here that will persuade you for re-visiting Hua Hin during your Thailand tours.

Khao Hin Lek Fai

Khao Hin Lek Fai or Hin Lek Fai Hill, located in west of Hua Hin Town, is a beautiful place to see for getting a scenic view of the town. Not to mention the beach, the Gulf of Thailand and the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course. You will also see a small part a bird conservatory on the hilltop an trails leading to six viewpoints. Road that leads to Khao Hin Lek Fai is steep, but easy to access by car and through other modes of transportation. A bird’s eye view from a certain height will provide you breathtaking view of the town. For those who want to spend time in tranquility during their honeymoon and all kind of holidays in Thailand, it is an ideal place to see. Don’t forget to spend more hours here as it will provide you a way of rejuvenating your mind and body.

Pala-U Waterfall

Pa La-U Waterfall, also written as Pala-U Waterfall is a must see attraction during your tour to Hua Hin in Thailand. This beautiful waterfall has 16 steps that are making it one of the highest in Thailand and those who make it to the top will be rewarded by superb views over Thailand and towards Burma. Out of all the available stages here, you will find the third stage itself full of wonders. It has a large, deep pool and most visitors will be happy to spend their time here. Not to mention the water that is always cool and refreshing and there are plenty of large fish swimming in it that are friendly, but please don't try to catch them. This is because, you are in a National Park and this is forbidden for various reasons.

WatHuayMongkol

Being one of the most beautiful and sacred Buddhist Temple, Wat Huay Mongkol is a home to the world’s largest statue of Luang Phor Thuad – a legendary southern Thai Monk revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles. What draws attention of tourists towards this place is the statue that is set within a park-like setting that attracts many visitors each weekend and commissioned by HM Queen Sirikit. The beautiful temple always attracts tourists from across the world – mainly followers of Buddhism. Scenic view of the entire area also keeps one spell bound. Not to mention amazing architectural beauty of the place that has a charisma of its own.

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