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- Hua Hin Night Market
- Cha-am Beach
- Pak Nam Pran Beach
- Hua Hin Railway Station
- Hua Hin Market Village
- Wat Khao Takiab
- Cicada Market
- Hua Hin Shopping Mall
- Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
- Puek Tian Beach
- Black Mountain Golf Club
- The Venezia Hua Hin
- Black Mountain Water Park
- Plearnwan Market
- The Banyan Golf Club
- San Paulo Hua Hin Hospital
- Sea Pines Golf Course
- Pa La-U Waterfalls
- Kui Buri National Park
- Imperial Lake View Golf Club
Enjoy Hua Hin on a Budget
Cheap areas to stay in Hua HinThere’s such an abundance of cheap, affordable hotels in buzzing oceanfront Hua Hin that wherever you want to stay in the city, you’ll find inexpensive accommodation. For immediate access to the city’s vast white-sand beach, check out the cheap hotels clustered around the central stretch of Hua Hin Beach. Immerse yourself in Hua Hin’s city energy of bars and night markets slightly inland from here, in the center. For a different, quieter vibe, stay south of the center, in the modern hilltop township of Khao Takiab.
Cheap hotels in Hua HinThe Blue Wave Hotel Hua Hin is a vast and inexpensive beachfront hotel boasting basic private ensuite rooms, a shimmering outdoor pool, and handy 24-hour front desk. The Hub Hua Hin 57 Hotel offers sleek and stylish air-conditioned guestrooms with free WiFi, alongside free parking and friendly tour and ticket assistance. Another affordable beachfront hotel is the Victor Residence Hua Hin, where a small selection of private guestrooms come with convenient refrigerators and free WiFi – here, you’ll also enjoy a refreshing outdoor pool.
Where to find cheap food in Hua HinThe best place to find cheap, local, and taste-bud-tingling Hua Hin cuisine is in the city’s night market, an open-air labyrinth of stalls and vendors, where the tempting smells of fresh Thai spices lace the air. Here, snap-up quick and easy spicy curries and lime-drizzled seafood dishes. For cheap seafood restaurants, check out the Naresdamri Road, close to the beach. In the central tourist area, you’ll also discover cheap Thai coffee houses serving strong coffee, cakes, and American-style sandwiches.
Cheap things to do in Hua HinThe city’s top must-experience attraction is totally free — the Hua Hin beach. This beach boasts soft, sugary-white sands, which gently curve into balmy light-blue ocean water. Due to the beach’s immense size, you’ll always find an uncrowded spot. The beach also offers cheap water sports activities – including kayaking and kite-boarding. Architecture enthusiasts can visit the Mrigadayavan Palace, a royal seafront summer palace based north of the center. Here, elegant teak corridors – raised on stilts – interlink and circle around regal, immaculate green gardens. Nature lovers, meanwhile, can make an inexpensive excursion out of Hua Hin to the nearby Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, a hilly and coastal tree-covered reserve cut-through by hiking trails, dotted with cavernous caves, and full of rare Thai wildlife.
Cheap ways to get around Hua HinIf you’re spending most of your time between Hua Hin Beach and the city’s central night markets, restaurants, and bars, you should be able to get around by foot alone. Alternatively, there’s an abundance of cheap bicycle rentals scattered throughout the central area – cycling is a popular transport option amongst locals. To travel further throughout the city, make use of Hua Hin’s tuk-tuks and songthaews. The tuk-tuks are 3-wheeled taxicabs-cum-motorcycles, while songthaews are shared pick-up truck taxi-buses – both are inexpensive.
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