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Wat Huay Mongkol near beachside Hua Hin

The Wat Huay Mongkol or the Huay Mongkol Temple is home to an extremely large statue of Luang Phor Tuad. This is why all roads lead to this temple every weekend, as countless of Thai Buddhist pilgrims make the trip to the Temple in order to show respect.

However, it’s not just the pilgrims that make the trip. A lot of tourists consider the Temple as a tourist attraction. With its close proximity to Hua Hin, checking out this attraction is a must especially since it’s just 10 kilometers away from Hua Hin.

But remember, this is still a holy place that was once the home of the Southern Thai monk – a monk that was made famous by the miracles that he performed. With these miracles, it’s not hard to see why locals and tourists perform routines around it for good luck. After taking pictures, a lot of tourists also go on an elephant ride around the area so you may want to check it out.

Visit the Hin Lek Fai Viewpoint over Hua Hin

If you’re in Hua Hin, you wouldn’t know that you’re staying in a place that offers a great view. However, it’s good to know that you don’t need to go far in order to enjoy the view. With just a 3 kilometre trip, you can see a bird’s eye view of Hua Hin thanks to Khao Hin Lek Fai, also known as Flintstone Hill.

Some tourists are turned off by the sharp ascend. But if you’re going to sacrifice a little sweat, you’ll find out that the climb is worth it. After all, even locals who’ve seen Hua Hin countless of times from the Khao Hin Lek Fai still enjoy the view especially when the sun is going down. Do as the locals do and go to one of three or four lookout spots right before the sun goes down.

If you feel like it, you can also join the massive crowd that jogs or bikes to the top. You don’t have to worry because food and drink stalls are aplenty so you’ll have time to refresh as you check out the view.

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Kaeng Krachan National Park, Petchaburi

If you want to hit the pause button on your busy life and take some time off, smell the flowers, then head off to Thailand. The natural riches of this country, whose landscapes are an explosion of color, make it the paradise for nature. To enjoy it, take a trip to Kaeng Krachan National Park, Petchaburi. It is the largest National Park of Thailand; about 60 kilometers from the province capital, covering an area of 2,915 sq km. Looking at the rich tropical rainforest covering the rugged mountains along the border of Myanmar will surely blow you away.

Kaeng Krachan National Park features 40 types of mammals, including Malayan sun bear and spotted leopard among others. Apart from the huge assortment of flora and fauna Kaeng Krachan is a heaven for birdwatchers with over 250 identified species of birds. Unlike any place you have been, this is not your lazy walk in the park thing. Wide spread, covering parts of Nong Ya Plong (Kaen Krachan), Tha Yang (Phetchaburi), and Hua Hin (Prachuap Khiri Khan) district, the Kaeng Krachan National Park is a whole world of beauty. Besides watching the wildlife and enjoying the picturesque scenes, you can enjoy other outdoor activities like hiking, rafting, and more.

Dusky Langurs of Ao Manao

Just as Ao Manao is well known for its beach, the gorgeous bay is also famous for its wild inhabitants, the Dusky Langur. Since they are on the endangered list, the Dusky Langurs are protected by the Thai government. Apart from playing on the trees and among themselves, these adorable Dusky Lagurs love a little bit of human attention.

Unlike most monkeys, the dusky langurs are extremely shy and unaggressive. Though they usually stay on the trees, you can bribe them to come near you with tiny treats. These cute creatures do not fight over food nor do they disturb the tourists.

The Dusky Langurs are timid and well behaved. They are used to people that you can get some wonderful poses from them for your pictures. The only problem is, they’re not always around, sometimes you might have to try twice.

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Get Sun Kissed at the Hadthong Hotel

Prachuap Khiri Khan is an undiscovered tourists spot in Thailand. It has many attractive places to enjoy that you might have to invariably stay for a few days or more, a great place to lodge is at the Hadthong Hotel.

Situated in the prime beach front of Prachuap Khiri Khan bay, the Hadthong is a older but quality hotel, popular for its lovely sea view accommodation. You can enjoy the picturesque beach from your balcony in any of the beautiful rooms at the Hadthong Hotel.

If you are not lazing around in the hotel, you can go walking on the mountain, go Snorkelling and Bush Walking on Koh Talu, splash in the waterfalls or soak in the sun at the beach. There are so many historic locations you can visit. Where ever you go, including the Hadthong Hotel, you get absorbed into the peaceful setting and beauty of the nature at Prachuap Khiri Khan.

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Sam Roi Yod National Park

The Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, spanning over 98.8 square kilometres, was declared a national park in 1996. The name, roughly translated, means three hundred mountain peaks, which actually comes from the majestic gray limestone mountains in the park. The tallest of them happens to be 605 metres in height.

It is quite remarkable how such a small area houses so many different species. The Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is famous for its parks, caves, forest trails, beaches, and more. It is in fact a sanctuary for all kinds of birds, animals and the rarest of them too. No wonder it is such a huge hit among the tourists.

Another special mention is the Marine Park of freshwater marshes at the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, which provides 11 different categories of wetland habitat. It is haven for water birds and a cultivation centre for prawn and fish farming. It is a wholesome park like none other in the world.

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Check into My Place at Hua Hin

People who travel to Thailand on budget can sometimes make compromises with their accommodations. Though you can still enjoy the beautiful cities, you experience will definitely be different if you were to wake up on a soft and comfortable bed in an exquisite hotel like My Place in Hua Hin. Right in the middle of the town and close to popular tourist spots and is hardly a few minutes away from the bustling night market.

This place is everything you want as far as accommodation is concerned. The first thing you will notice is the warm welcoming smiles of the staff, who are professional, ready to help and serve you best. They have good local knowledge and anything else you would want to make you feel at home.

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Shady Cha-am Beach in Phetchaburi

Looking for some lazy sun-and-water experience? Head to Cha am Beach. The long stretch of narrow beach which runs for several miles is a Thai favourite weekend spot. The road that borders the sandy beach is beautifully lined with shady trees, inviting food stalls, souvenirs and handmade trinkets shops.

If sprawling on the beach towel and reading a book is not your thing, then you might like to try the various fun activities at the Cha am Beach. You can hire bikes, go on horseback rides or jump onto a banana boat and enjoy a refreshing swim in water.

When you are through with all the water activities, raid the food stalls and Thai restaurants nearby to satisfy your hungry tummy. They offer the most unbelievably fresh seafood dishes you would have ever tasted. So, don’t miss a visit to Haad Cha-am when you are in Phetchaburi province.

Snorkelling and Bush Walking on Koh Talu

Thailand is nature’s paradise. It remains unspoilt on land as well as in the sea. If you are an underwater enthusiast, then you can’t say you have seen it all until you have done Swimming, Snorkelling and Bush Walking on Koh Talu. Numerous tourists and nature lovers come to the island for a date with the underwater inmates.

Koh Talu is a privately owned island which looks like a giant whale. It is populated with coral and wonderful school of colourful fishes. Try swimming and scuba diving with the help of professional guides when you are there. You will be amazed at how beautiful nature really is.

For those who are looking for a chance to get away from their demanding work life, Koh Talu in Thailand is the best prescribed destination. Relax on the peaceful and long stretches of white sand beaches; snorkel with the fishes; hunt for craps and return to delicious food at the Thai style restaurants in the resort. Perfect!

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Historic Hua Hin Bicycle Tour

Holiday in Thailand is never complete without the Hua Hin Bike Tours. It is one great way to visit all the lovely places surrounding Hua Hin. Whether you are a novice or an expert in riding bikes, there are different packages available that can be modified based on the skill levels and the places of interest.

If you are ready for an alternative yet easy form of transportation, go for Hua Hin Bike Tours next time you are in Thailand. You can personalize your tour with frequent stops for drinks and relaxing. The bike tours could in fact be the most visually and physically rewarding trips you would have ever been in.

Those with an adventurous streak in them swear by the Hua Hin Bike Tours. There are enough reviews raving on how wonderful the trips on bikes were and how much they enjoyed seeing the beautiful location a simple transportation. If you want to try it for yourself, get on that bike and ride away.

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Hua Hin Night Market

What is a holiday without some shopping? And what is shopping if its not at Hua Hin Night Market! We have known Thailand as this exotic dreamland, glowing in the sun. But you can’t say you’ve seen it all if you haven’t been to the lively evening market at Hua Hin.

Tourists from all over the world love to shop at the Hua Hin Night Market. It is The place to be to enjoy mouth watering dishes, memorable souvenirs, clothes and accessories and much more. The never ending lines of shops are so inviting that you wouldn’t be able to carry all that you’ve bought by yourself.

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Ao Manao in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Thailand is famous for many things, one of which is its wonderful beaches. In particular, there is a special one called Ao Manao in Prachuap Khiri Khan. The Ao Manao translates as Lemon Bay, with miles and miles of white sand, this beach is a romantic location of peace and quiet.

Just around the corner is one of the locations that Japan invaded Thailand during world war 2 and also the historic location of their surrender to the Thai. It is now a peaceful place, loved by all tourists who have been there.

The clear water and the serene atmosphere is all you ask for on your vacation to the most exotic place in the world. Ao Manao is a wonderful beach for a lazy swim, relaxing on the sand and fresh seafood dishes to satisfy your appetite. It is in fact a secret treasure of Thailand which is not as crowded as many other beaches are.

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Mrigadayavan Palace

A land filled with beautiful cultural locations and historic places, Thailand houses some of the best structural wonders that have a streak of western influences. One such popular hidden place is the Mrigadayavan Palace (พระราชนิเวศน์มฤคทายวัน). This long, golden teak wood mansion, which was built by King Rama VI is located between the Cha-Am and Hua Hin.

Also known as the palace of ‘Love and Hope’, the Mrigadayavan Palace was constructed to be a summer retreat house for His Majesty King Rama VI, by the sea shore. There are nearly 1,080 concrete pillars, fret patterned plaster walls and never wooden corridors, high ceiling and more that make this palace a unique one.

The Mrigadayavan Palace was named after the park where Lord Buddha gave his 1st preaching. The royal and regal palace is open for public tours, it is definitely a breathtakingly vast mansion with a sea view that is a must visit.

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Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace

We all know Thailand as a country which celebrates its culture in every form. But who would have guessed its affinity for the West? Phra Ram Ratchaniwet (พระรามราชนิเวศน์) is the standing example to the point. Originally known as “Wang Ban Puen”, this European style castle was constructed in the early 19th century to serve as a rainy season palace for King Rama V. This glamorous building with its Western architecture and wonderful interior design looks quite unique on the Asian countryside.

The Phra Ram Ratchaniwet, which took nearly a decade to be constructed, used to offer hospitality and accommodate royal visitors from all around the world, during the rule of King Rama VI. Later it was utilized by schools and educational institutes. Finally it became the Royal Thai Army Campus and was renovated to its present form in the late 1980s. Soon you can expect to see the Phra Ram Ratchaniwet as a museum displaying the Royal History.

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Plearn Wan

Among the many interesting places to visit in Thailand, Plearn Wan is worth a special mention. The place is actually a theme based shopping paradise and is filled with tourists from all around world. Plearn Wan, which roughly means ‘Good Times from the past’, is an old-fashioned village setup in retro style. In fact the rustic wooden stalls and old timer shops that line the sides of the streets take you way back in time.

This highly popular shopping area is picture perfect in every sense. The lip smacking delicacies, desserts and more offered by shops at Plearn Wan are worth every baht you pay. There are souvenir shops selling beautiful pieces of hand made crafts like accessories, bags, hats and more. Plearn Wan is said to look and feel even more wonderful at night than in the day. The highlight is of course the open air theatre, showing old movies, while you enjoy it sitting on the lush green carpet of grass.

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Phraya Nakhon Cave

The Phraya Nakhon Cave is one of the most exquisite caves in Thailand. Almost 300 kilometres south of Bangkok, located in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, this cave attracts a lot of tourists. Though you might have seen a few pictures of the place, the Phraya Nakhon Cave looks much more awesome in real. The Kuha Karuhas pavilion, inside the Phraya Nakhon cave, was built by King Chulalongkorn in the 1890, when he visited the place and fell in love with its beauty.

The up hill path leading to the cave is steep and rough. Along the way there are rest stops where you can take a breather and maybe enjoy the view of the sea below from the top. When you finally reach the pavilion you will definitely be dumbstruck. The sunlight streaming from the ceiling of the cave highlights the view beautifully. And you can’t miss the playful Languors clan, with their expressive faces and their long tails jumping around the Phraya Nakhon Cave.

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Hua Hin Hills Vineyard

Wine has been a huge part of many cultures for centuries. And wines from particular vineyards like France, Chile, Canada are widely deemed popular. But who would have thought there can be vineyards in the tropical country of Thailand? The Hua Hin Hills Vineyards in Thailand are among the newly sort after tropical vineyards, producing great wines.

For a few years now Hua Hin Hills Vineyards have been cultivating grapes for wine making purposes. Though their wines may be different from the traditional vineyards (from the cooler countries), Hua Hin Hills Vineyards have most definitely created their very own place in the wine markets of the world.

Hua Hin Hills Vineyards have fertile soil and suitable climate for grapes farming by the valley. Their wine tasting sessions with great food and elephant rides along the vineyards are fascinations you cannot miss. So get ready to taste Thailand’s finest on your next trip!

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Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

This historical park is located on the hillside above the town of Phetchaburi, its name means Holy City Hill, but it is locally known as Khao Wang which translates in to English as Palace Hill. Built by King Mongkut in 1860, it became his summer palace. And to recognize the significance of Phra Nakhon Khiri in 1979 it was registered as a historical park on August 27.

It consists of three building groups on the western, middle and eastern peaks. The western hill contains the royal residential complex and can view over the surrounding hills and town of Phetchaburi. The eastern hill contains Wat Maha Samanaram and Wat Phra Kaeo, which is similar to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok. Walking between the hills is very amazing. The middle hill contains a big chedi called Phra That Chom Phet, which is believed to contain relics of the Buddha.

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Hua Hin Train Station

If you want to understand the history of Hua Hin Train Station, you have to know a little about the town itself. Hua Hin holds a particularly long history that exists before the current name. During 1834, the neighbouring province of Phetchaburi, had been struck by a severe drought and this caused a group of farmers to move south where they came upon a fishing village with white sandy beaches. It was officially named Hua Hin in the 1911, which means Rock Head in English.

The popularity of Hua Hin started to surge in the 1920s when the train line coming from Bangkok had been completed and King Rama VI constructed Klai Kangwon Palace to be used as a retreat during the summer. Hua Hin Train Station is among the oldest throughout Thailand and The Royal Waiting Room is the main feature that is used to welcome the King and his court whenever they visited the town.

At first, The Royal Waiting Room was located in Nakom Pathom at Sanam Chandra Palace and was called Plub Pla Sanamchan. Ultimately, the room was moved to Hua Hin. This has similar style to that of Mrigadayavan Palace, which is one of the attractions that you should also to visit while you are in this area.

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