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Why Hua Hin ? Hua Hin has become of of Thailand's premier beach resorts, with its brand named hotels and 6 championship golf courses Hua Hin has everything on offer to the new resident. Thailand's first beach Resort, Hua Hin was made popular by the Royal Family and Thailand's Aristocracy during the early 1920's and since then has grown into one of South East Asia's most popular tourist and residential destinations.

Located only 2.5 hours from Bangkok. Hua Hin still retains a charm with its famous bustling night markets and street vendors, and friendly locals. Originally a small fishing town, Hua Hin is still a real taste of Thailand. The present estimated population of about 600,000 people.           Nearest Beach

Eating Out in Hua Hin

During your stay in Hua Hin you can choose to cook yourself, and with the new Tesco Lotus Market Village Centre, you will have no problem getting every shopping itiem you need, or you can choose between many local Thai restaurants and cafe's that offer clean  and delicious food available all day and night. The local Night Market is also a great option. Open daily from 17:00 until late, you can feast on delicious local delights at local prices from char grilled seafood to spicy Thai 'Somtum' salads.  For those romantic dinner evenings, there are many quality restaurants to enjoy with cuisines such as Indian, German, Italian, Japanese etc.. Hua Hin has it all.  

Evenings in Hua Hin

Hua Hin has everything to offer for a great night out, whether you want a quiet romantic restaurant, or a 'party' night out. Street vendors selling souvenirs, Beer gardens and pubs. Hua Hin has a busy but relaxed atmosphere in the evenings. If you are looking for a busy scene then try 'Soi Bintabart' road. Located just opposite the Hilton Hotel on Naretdamri Road, this is a whole street full of bars and thumping back beats where you can get cool coctails, and ice cold beers.  Poolsuk road is also a popular site for local 'wok fried' food and delicious street food. Seafood on the seaside is also available along by the fishing pier.

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