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Hua Hin Holidays

Hua Hin

Night markets with delicious food, beaches with views for days and temples with... monkeys.

Destination highlights

  • Explore the buzzing night markets

  • Properly authentic Thai cuisine

  • Beaches for dayyyyyyyys

  • Temples to discover

  • Golf courses... if that's your thing

What are the best beaches in Hua Hin?

  • Hua Hin Beach: The heart of the town, perfect for sunrise strolls and sizzling street food if all that relaxing makes you a tad peckish

  • Khao Takiab Beach: Monkeys in the sea and a huge hilltop temple overlooking the beach. The trek up to the temple may have a fair few steps and there'll probably be monkeys in the way but the views are so worth it

  • Suan Son Pradipat Beach: Lined by pine trees, this one's for those who don't want to be disturbed (or simply prefer to be more than 2m from the next person topping up their tan. We get it)

  • Cha-Am Beach: A lively spot that's a hit with the locals. You can even enjoy horse rides on the shore here

What are the top hotels in Hua Hin?

  • Anantara Hua Hin Resort: Anantara is the name of the game when it comes to a tranquil getaway. The lagoon-style pools, lush gardens and amazing dining options are pretty hard to resist.

  • Amari Hua Hin: A sleek, modern hotel offering spacious rooms, a tropical garden, AND a beachside location. Its top-notch facilities include a beach club (complete with pool and restaurant), kid's club, and a variety of dining options

  • The Standard, Hua Hin: This ain't your standard hotel... it's a mix of vintage chic and modern luxe (fancy, eh?). A beachfront paradise where relaxation is served on a silver platter

  • SO Sofitel, Hua Hin: Playful, funky, and undeniably chic, SO Sofitel takes the beach retreat game to a whole new level. Your beach holiday just got a serious style upgrade!

Popular Hua Hin hotels

Weather in Hua Hin

























Looking for a year-round dose of sun, sand and sea? Hua Hin's got you covered! This seaside stunner flaunts a tropical climate, dishing up warm temperatures no matter when you visit.

Throughout the year, Hua Hin typically experiences average temperatures that dance between 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. This balmy, beach-friendly weather means you can chuck the winter woolies and pack light – swimwear, sunnies, and flip-flops!

From November to February, the cool season swings by, delivering drier weather with temperatures hovering around a pleasantly warm 26-28 degrees Celsius. It's the perfect weather for beach lounging or outdoor exploration. You might even call it the Goldilocks season – not too hot, not too cold, just right!

Between March and May, the hot season hits its stride. Expect the mercury to edge towards the high end of the scale, with the occasional rainfall to cool things down.

June through October, the rainy season brings intermittent showers, usually in the late afternoon or overnight. But don’t let that put you off; the rain typically makes way for sun, and the landscape looks especially lush and vibrant.

So, whether you're a sun-worshipper or a breeze-chaser, the Hua Hin weather offers something for everyone!

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What currency do they use in Hua Hin?

The official currency in Hua Hin is the Thai Baht.

What language do they speak in Hua Hin?

The official language spoken in Hua Hin, like the rest of Thailand, is Thai. However, due to the number of people heading out on their jollies every year, English is widely spoken in a number of places like hotels, restaurants and bars. But hey, why not learn a few Thai phrases? It'll give you a ticket to some warm smiles and may just make your beachy getaway even more fab!

How long does it take to fly to Hua Hin?

It usually takes around 14 hours to fly to Bangkok but this includes a stopover on the way! Once you hit Bangkok, it's around a 3-hour drive or train journey down to Hua Hin.