Hua Hin was made a getaway for the elite by King Rama VII in 1922. Since the construction of Phra Rathchawang Klai Kangwon this quaint fishing village has become a popular holiday destination for many. Affording many attractions the area is now popular amongst the foreigners to Thailand.
To take pleasure in the stunning views of this lovely Thai city, the ideal location is the Khao Hin Lek Fai. Also referred to as the Flinstone Hill it is a popular haunt of most who visit the area. Visitors are admitted to the park from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm and anybody can walk in free of charge. The climb to the top is a bit exhausting but the view is rewarding. Small shops inside the park offer refreshments for the climbers.
Up on the hill there are six places where you can view the city from. Each offers a panoramic view of the area. Most visitors prefer viewpoints 4 and 5 as they afford spectacular views of the Khao Takiab and Cha Am, which are towards the south and north of the city respectively.
For most, locals and foreigners, the park is a means of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. As the area affords clean fresh air and a serene setting it is ideal for those who wish to walk or jog. The road at places could be very steep which makes an even more fitness friendly terrain.
The soothing atmosphere of the park is also ideal for those wanting a break from the bustle of the city. There are heaps of little nooks and corners which are ideal for relaxing or pouring over a good book. And even though the park is about two miles from the city, making it a bit too far to walk, visitors can easily hop a local ‘tuk tuk’ to get to the destination.
To find hotels in Hua Hin the best options would be the Internet. Hua Hin luxury hotels and budget hotels can easily be reserved through online lodging option providers and all lodging options feature modern amenities. To live like King Rama VII try the Anantara Hua Hin, Thailand whilst visiting this holiday getaway.