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Hua Hin Beach & view point
Hat Hua Hin, Hua Hin Beach extends some three kilometers southwards from a rocky headland until a southern headland where a Buddhist temple clings to the cliffs.
Khao Takiap This hill, 4 kilometers from Hua Hin town, supports Buddhist temples and offers a commanding view of the resort, particularly early in the morning.
Khao Hin Lek Fai Situated 3 kilometers west of Hua Hin district, Khao Hin Lek Fai or Flint Mountain is 162 meters high. On the mountaintop, there is a public park and scenic spots from where the scenery of Hua Hin and its surrounding area is visible.
Khao Tao 13 kilometers south of Hua Hin, there is a 1- kilometer branch road on the left which leads to the spot with two beaches called Hat Sai Noi and Hat Sai Yai.
Buag tean Beach is a beach close to Cha am. This is a famous place for Thai resident tourist to take a photo with a big statue of Pesuasmot and mermaid which related to Thai folk story.
Hua Hin: Wat Huay Mongkol was home to the immensely popular monk Luang Phor Thuat was 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. 10. Suan Son Pradiphat Beach, 8 km south of Hua Hin, is a peaceful location which is owned by the Army Welfare Office.
Hua Hin: Spirit Houses of Brassiere Beach according to legend, built to appease the spirit of a fisherman’s daughter who was once torn to pieces and her breasts fell into the sea. She was killed because she was desired by too many men. Until this day, the locals still hang brassieres to the spirit houses, but now they just pray for good luck.
Hua Hin: Phraya Nakhon cave The cave consists of two caverns, illuminated by the collapsed roofs. For the visit of King Chulalongkorn in 1890 the Kuha Karuhas pavillon was built inside the cave. Later King Vajiravudh as well as the current king Bhumibol Adulyadej visited the cave.
Hua Hin Railway Station This is 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.
Koh Wang is located near city center of Pheburi province on the top of Prnakornkreri mount , 95 meter high. On the top of its peak consist of temple and palace which were built by the King Rama IV . The Palace and other building finished the construction in 1860. This is a great place to visit on the way to hua hin beach. Note, beware of naughty monkeys which live all over the month.
Marukatayawan Royal Palace is a wooden palace made by King Rama VI in 1923. The structure plan of palace were design by the King, it is consist of a big hall for play and other 2 major building are all connected with 2 storey in Thai style. This Palace is located between Hua Hin and Cha Am. Best to visit during weekend.
Nightly Street Market a popular shopping market allowing people the opportunity for shopping, fresh seafood cooked on the spot and to witness local people’s lifestyle.
Hua Hin National park & Waterfall
Namtok Pa La-u This 11-tier scenic waterfall, some 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin, is located within a yearlong verdant forest where various kinds of birds and butterflies are found, especially in the morning.
Khao Sam Roi Yot means Mountains with 300 peaks, which describes the landscape of the park quite well. The limestone hills rise directly at the shore of the Gulf of Thailand, with the highest elevation Khao Krachom 605m above sea level. The Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park was created on June 28 1966. It was enlarged on April 1, 1982.
Kaeng Krachan National Park is located on the eastern slope of the Tenasserim Mountain Range at the border of Burma (Myanmar). It occupies the western half of Phetchaburi Province northern of Hua Hin. The area, about 45 squares kilometers, consists of both ground and water in reservoir. The vastly forest upper the Kang Kra Jan Dam is on complicated mountain ranges which the highest peak is 1,200 meters above sea level and approximately high 500 meter above sea level. Most of the mountains are Granite Mountain, few are Limestone Mountains, and many are full of fluoride. And also most of the area is covered by rain forest so that is the source of Phet Buri River and Pran Buri River. Due to the high humidity of evergreen forest there are many economical valuable trees such as Afzelia, Hopea sp., Dipterocarpus sp., Lagerstroemia sp., Pterocarpus macrocarpus, Aquilaria and many mores. Wild life is elephant, gaur, banteng, barking deer, gibbon, wild pig and birds.