The dynamic changed after the 1920s when the residents of Bangkok decided that Hua Hin is an escape from their monotonous day to day life. Also, the royal family of Thailand took it upon themselves to build summer places on the beach. The fame of the town has given rise to resorts like Anantara Hua Hin Resort, and finding a hotel in Hua Hin is no hardship.
Start your sightseeing tour with the local train station. It has a special pavilion that was built for Thai royalty, and make Maruekatayawan Palace your next stop.
You can spend your second day visiting the elephant sanctuary and famous Thai temples.
The third day can be spent in the company of nature – Phraya Nakhon Cave is a true wonder to behold.
The kids will love the 4D art museum where they can take a break from the heat. The Bluport Mall is also a place where you can spend a few hours as a family.
You can make your last day an adventurous one – visit Vana Nava Jungle for a day filled with fun and exhilaration.
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