The largest national park in Thailand simply can't be explored in one day-so if that's all you have, you might want to start at Pala-U waterfall.
The beach might be just a few steps away, but that doesn't mean visitors should skip a visit to Hua Hin's water park when in town.
Thailand seems to have mastered the art of building themed shopping centers, where shops aren't the main attraction but instead just blend in with the incredible scenery.
Just 15 minutes away in the neighboring town of Cha Am is Santorini Park, a themed shopping and attraction village that looks exactly like the name suggests.
Khao Takiab hill offers access to a quiet stretch of beach and impressive views over Hua Hin from up top.
Hua Hin has a few great viewpoints which give you a great panoramic view perfect for pictures. The most popular one is the Hin Lek Fai.
Opened in 2015, the Rajabhakti Park is a park with seven 14-meter bronze statues of the most important kings from the Thai history.
Thirty kilometres from Hua Hin centre, you will find the largest mangrove forest in Thailand.
The Phraya Nakhon Cave is a popular attraction located in the beautiful Khao Sam Rai You National Park and has this beautiful temple inside the cave.
Like many buildings in Hua Hin, this Thai-Victorian style summer seaside palace was constructed in the early 1920s during the reign of King Rama VI.