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Top recommendations from locals

Grocery or Supermarket
“This a great place for souvenir shopping and eating. At the far end of the market there are a number of excellent restaurants that focus on sea food. Of course other dishes are available as well. The market starts around 7 pm.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Tesco has a big grocery stall, you can take the local bus for 10 or 15 Baht.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Prés de l'aéroport cet arrêt de bus est pour les retour pour Bangkok où autre directions”
  • 1 local recommends
Natural Feature
“Nice view over Hua Hin with a lot of monkeys and a little kiosk where you get some snacks and drinks”
  • 7 locals recommend
“This is called a 4D experience museum. Fit yourself into every installation to get crazy scenes of you in crazy positions and locations! Fun to do if the weather is bad.”
  • 5 locals recommend
“Bintabaht is the heart of sin for Hua Hin. It's pretty tame compared with the outrageous excess and lust of Pattaya, but this gives it a more appealing, low-key, undercurrent for visitors. The bars are fairly loud, but not excessive, the girls play it fairly cool and don't pull you in like an ATM card. It's still a pretty fruity place for the whole BG scene but closing times are, alas, another fly in the ointment. You'll be sat there having a blast at some bar when it suddenly the police will roll along and get the bar closed because it's nearly midnight. Since Thaksin has been booted out though lock-ins are becoming quite 'acceoted' by the PTB. To list all bars would be repetitive so here'”
  • 9 locals recommend
“This is simply a wonderful activity especially with young children in tow. This charity takes in abused and sick elephants and brings them back to life in a natural habitat. Despite the picture here, rides are no longer allowed since it is known they damage the elephant's back. But instead, for a small fee (all of which goes straight to the care of the elephants) you can take a short walk alongside one of these gorgeous creatures, hose it down and feed it bananas while a volunteer guide tells you all you ever need to know. Just a 7-minute drive away, you can either drive yourself or take a tuktuk. Highly recommended.”
  • 12 locals recommend
“"Hua Hin" that so many people would know and are familiar with it as well. Street Dechanut. Or Soi 72 itself, which in the daytime. This road is the road that takes traffic flow of cars running togeth”
  • 13 locals recommend
Golf Course
“King Rama IX had this golf course built because he loved to play himself. It's really quite beautiful and it's smack in the middle of town, across the railway tracks from the railway station. Bookings are essential.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
  • 3 locals recommend
“- The Baguette - Fresh bread, cakes, pastries, coffee, fruit drinks and meal are ready to serve you. My personal take away favorite is the fresh croissant with swiss cheese and ham. Complimentary cold water is served with a hint of lemon, lime and orange slices. The new location is extremely clean,comfortable and modern. Open 8AM-6PM”
  • 12 locals recommend
“Cute coffee shop famous for its coconut cakes. The place is inside a beach house with a view of the Fish Pier.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Point of Interest
  • 3 locals recommend
“book in advance for a table. its about 45 mins away so you will need to drive or have transport”
  • 8 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
“fine dining in a great location, if you are after fine dinning thai or western you have to try this place ”
  • 10 locals recommend