Hua Hin Beach in the evening
Rajabhakti Park Larger than life statues of seven prominent Thai kings.
Hua Hin Beach Hua Hin Beach extends some six kilometres southwards from a rocky headland to Kao Takiap, a headland with a Buddhist temple.
Hua Hin Railway Station Thought by some to be Thailand's most beautiful train station. The wooden building used to be a royal pavilion in Sanamchan Palace, Nakhon Pathom Province. It was rebuilt at Hua Hin in 1968.
Nightly Street Market
Takiap Hill This hill, four kilometres from Hua Hin, has temples and offers a view of the town.
Hin Lek Fai Hill Three kilometres west of Hua Hin District, Khao Hin Lek Fai or Flint Mountain is 162 metres high. On top, there is a public park and viewpoints.
Tao Hill Thirteen kilometres south of Hua Hin, there is a one kilometre branch road on the left which leads to the spot with two beaches called Hat Sai Noi and Hat Sai Yai and a traditional fishing village.
Pa La-u Waterfall This 11-tier scenic waterfall, some 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin, is in an evergreen forest where birds and butterflies abound.
Spirit Houses of Brassiere Beach in the Khao Sam Roi Yot area where, according to Thai folklore, spirit houses were built to appease the spirit of a fisher's daughter who was once torn to pieces, with her breasts falling into the sea. She was killed because she was desired by too many men. To this day, the locals hang bras on the spirit houses to bring good luck.
Wat Huay Mongkol was home to the immensely popular monk Luang Pu Thuat, famed for his "miracles". Commissioned by the Queen of Thailand, Wat Huay Mongkol houses the largest statue of Luang Phor Thuat in Thailand in a park-like setting.
Suan Son Pradiphat Beach Eight km south of Hua Hin, owned by the Thai Army.
Plearnwan eco-village theme; opposite the royal residence of Klai Klangwan (royal palace, Hua Hin).