Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailind

Inside Thailand’s Best Hidden Jewel – Ultimate ‘Must-Dos’ in Hua Hin Beach

Thailand naturally ranks top on any adventure junkie’s list of must-visit spots in Asia and probably across the world. But, in a country with an overabundance of all-things alluring, from food and cultures to travel spots and warm weather, Hua Hin is the most popular.

Hua Hin, Thailand’s northernmost region of the Malay Peninsula, south of Prachuap Khiri Khan, for an adventure junkie, is no ordinary travel destination. Not an ordinary palm-fringed castaway island, the beach resort presents a perfectly invigorating blend of sea and city adventure.

It was once a silent fishing village, but not anymore. If your bucket list entails spending a couple of days at any Hua Hin resort, then get ready to indulge like you never care and make lots of lifelong memories.

Here are some top things to do in Hua Hin:

Before getting a panoramic view of Hua Hin resorts and the whole beaches, you just have to make your first stop at the viewpoint. And YES, it is high and expansive enough to allow you to take a few Insta-worthy shots!

Next, you could go and sunbathe at the beach or perhaps take a dip, swim, and marvel at the blue waters. But that’s so ordinary; you could learn some kitesurfing, kayaking in the Chan Am and Pranburi, walk down the beach or ride a horse.

If nature walks and wildlife and bird watching warm your heart, then ensure you tour Kaeng Krachan and Khao Sam Roi Yot national parks or head to Kui Buri national park to watch elephants. Parks are quite large for a “solo” trip, so make sure to tag along with a certified local guide.

A romantic walk down Naresdamri road by night is one of the most memorable things you’d take out of your Hua Hin vacation, especially if it’s combined with a stroll down to the night markets. Better still, there will be no romantic escapade better than visiting Takiab beach at night!

Still on the night strolls and evening shopping, Hua Hin is renowned for its night markets. For art collectors and lovers of little cute handmade stuff, there’s the Cicada Market, while the Grand Night Market and the Chatsila Night Market has lots of chic clothes sold cheaply.

For foodies, Hua Hin Night Market for some fresh, tasty seafood served the “local way” isn’t something you can miss. Combine this with a hell of nightlife and you’ll be back in Hua Hin resort again soon!