Hua Hin Beach is a popular spot in Hua Hin. Thai garden estates built in the Victorian style of architecture line the northern beach which is otherwise quite demure in its presence in Hua Hin. Do carry your passport with you in case you wish to see the residence of the current King which is only 3 km away from the beach.
Suan Son Pradipat Beach is an unexploited beachfront, quite low-key, with calm and shallow waters. It does not draw a lot of visitors, but the northern part of the shoreline is more bustling than the southern end. One can find restaurants, eateries, etc. to the north end. Here, visitors can also go riding the banana boat, horseback riding, boating, jet skiing, etc. The southern part of the beach, however, is only a vast stretch of shore. The coast is lined of the Suan Son Pradipat Beach by dense pine trees, which can be used to set up a hammock. Visitors can also rent a table in the shade to relax while enjoying the view of the clear blue waters.
Chopsticks Hill is a popular attraction located about 9 kilometres away from Hua Hin, Thailand. Locals visit the hill for a quick escape. There is a rundown Buddhist Shrine located on the hilltop which is surrounded by dense forestation. The forest is home to a large population of monkeys. Although it is highly advisable to be careful around the monkeys here, it is always fun to watch them go about their business. Animal lovers are surely in for a fun time! Visitors can either drive to the top or climb the hill exploring the scenic beauty of the attraction.
One of the more private and secluded you are bound to come across in Thailand, Cha-Am beach's long and quiet stretches of pristine sandy beaches are sure to bring a smile to your face. The lack of resorts plugging up the beach and the beautiful palm trees skirting the beach walk make this one of the most picturesque beaches in Hua Hin. Banana boating, jetskis, pony rides on the beach make this a perfect beach getaway.
With a whole host of geological marvels that draw tourists to this pristine off-beat beach in Hua Hin, Pranburi Beach is the province's hidden gem. Freshwater lagoons, secluded coves, limestone hills in the distance, swim-friendly bays, and even a national park in the vicinity ensure that Pranburi Beach offers far more than the run-off-the-mill beach excursion.
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This post was published by Joysurjya Hagjer
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