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Thailand is famous for its island escapes, and Hua Hin is no exception. As with many islands, Hua Hins economy was powered primarily by the fishing industry, but in the 1922 the King of Thailand instructed his architect to build the royal family a holiday home on Hua Hin. Today, the island has seen a complete makeover and has transformed to suit the needs and wants of todays global traveller. Although it may not be as active as other islands such as Phuket, Hua Hin offers an easy-going pace for the traveller who wants to relax and enjoy the finer things in life amidst the rustic charm of the island.
Cafes and restaurants along the pier present generous offerings of fresh seafood and western cuisine. The Royal Hua Hin Golf Course offers the chance for golf enthusiasts to take a swing amidst picture perfect backdrops. Horseback riding along the beach, swimming and numerous water sports can also be easily enjoyed. Known to have one of the driest weathers along the peninsula, Hua Hin offers hearty sunshine all year through.
When speaking of the top 5 attractions in Hua Hin, the beach Hua Hin would be one of the biggest draws. The five mile Hua Hin beach is a haven of powdery white sand, spectacular sunrises, water sports, beachside restaurants, horseback riding and so much more.
The second best attraction the island has to offer is the Hua Hin Railway Station. Being the oldest of its kind in Thailand, it is made of wood, and includes a royal pavilion. Behind this age-old railway station, one would discover yet another first for the country the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course.
Taking a third place in the things to do in Hua Hin is their night market. Every evening this stretch of the city is transformed by local vendors selling their wares. Pick up charming souvenirs made from shells or wood carvings and numerous other knick-knacks and sample the local cuisine.
Alongside the sea in the district of Prachuap Khirkhan is Klai Kangwon Palace that was built as Queen Rambai Barnis summer abode. The palace was completed in 1929, following which many expansions were made. What remains today is a beautiful depiction of European-influenced architecture, a chance for travellers to glimpse what used to be the home of royalty.
Water sports are a large part of what tourists would enjoy most on Hua Hin. Snorkelling, diving, deep sea fishing, windsurfing, surfing and discovering the many waterfalls and caves around the coast is a definite must-do when holidaying in this part of the world.
Those looking to make a reservation in one of the Hua Hin hotels will discover that Anantara Hua Hin, Thailand would be among the best choices. Unwind in this oasis of lush greenery reminiscent of an era gone by when you make a booking with this luxurious hotel in Hua Hin.