The oldest seaside resort in Thailand, Hua Hin is located 185 km Southwest of Bangkok in the Prachuap Khiri Khan province, on the Gulf of Thailand. The royal summer residence on the Gulf of Siam is Thai high society’s preferred seaside resort.
The picturesque Hua Hin is a small town with temples, interesting markets and a kilometer-long sandy beach. In addition to the actual celebration, you can enjoy all the opulent leisure activities when you are there with your guests.
The Khao Sam Roi Yot and Kaeng Krachan National Parks are close by, as well as the Kui Buri Elephant Park, Pa La U Waterfall, and special caves and nature reserves.
A special highlight is the Wang Klai Kangwon Palace, which has served the Thai royal family as a retreat from Bangkok’s heat since 1926.
Attractive activities such as golf, various water sports, horse and pony riding and much more are offered for active guests.
The romantic wooden fisherman houses, traditionally built on stilts into the sea, offer the unique opportunity to enjoy the freshest fish and seafood prepared the legendary Thai way with your guests.
If you’re still wondering which season is right for your festivities, we can assure you that Hua Hin has tropical weather all year round.
Mid-December to February is the coolest time, with a temperature of up to 30° C. It will be just a bit cooler in the evenings.
In February / March there are rising temperatures and in April / May the temperature is 32-35° C. Due to its special geographical location, Hua Hin has very little rain, even during the official rainy season at the end of June, as it is ideally shielded from possible monsoon currents by a mountain range to the West.