3 DAYS-2 NIGHTS

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In Hua Hin and Around

Trip 3days -2Night

Day 1
Morning: Enjoy life on Hua Hin’s beach. Take a long and quiet walk by the sea.
Afternoon: Visit Mrigadayavan Palace. This stunning summer palace was built for Rama VI in the 1920s. Tour the gardens and take a peek inside this royal site. Back to your hotel, swim a few laps in the pool then dress for your first evening in town.
Evening: taste delicious seafood in one of the many restaurants along Naresdamri Road (with sea view, close to Hilton Hotel) or at L Restaurant, in Baan Laksasubha Resort (by the sea). Later in the evening, visit Hua Hin’s Night Bazaar for some great desserts and maybe a relaxing foot massage.

Day 2
Morning: after breakfast, head to Rajabhakti Park, an historically themed park honouring past Thai kings from the Sukhothai period to the current royal house of Chakri. Each statue is made of bronze and measures about 14 meters high. A visit will take less than one hour and after that, if you have children, your next stop is Vana Nava Water Park. Vana Nava is an exotic tropical environment with amazing slides, rides and an incredible choice of 19 attractions including Abyss, the largest water slide in Thailand, Freefall, Aqualoop, Inner-Tube, Boomerang as well as a surf zone, rope courses and a climbing wall. Check out their website for online bookings with special rates www.vananavahuahin.com Adults without children may prefer a peaceful day fishing at Greenfield Valley Fishing and Cottage Resort. One of Thailand’s most beautiful fishing resorts, it is an anglers paradise, with lakes full of large fish from Asia and the Amazon.

Late Afternoon: on the way back to your hotel, stop for some shopping at Bluport. This newly opened mall boasts over 500 stores in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and IT. If you would prefer to put your feet up, why not spoil yourself a litle more with an amazing spa package at Refresh Spa (Pechkasem Rd, Hua Hin soi 55).

Evening: enjoy a cocktail and watch the sunset from the rooftop Lotus Sky Bar, situated on the 22nd floor of the Hilton Hotel. Later, dine in style at Prime Steak Restaurant, only forty meters down from the Hilton Hotel. Prime’s menu offers a variety of delicious European dishes, including imported beef and fish, pasta, salads, desserts and the highest quality whiskey, cognac and champagne. Don’t miss tasting the wagyu rib eye, the cod fish or Norway steak salmon.

Day 3:
Take a tour to Sam Roi Yot National Park (buy at your hotel’s reception). Your English speaking guide will pick you up and drive you to the beautiful national park of Sam Roi Yot, some
63 kilometres south of Hua Hin. Your journey will start at a pineaple plantation, then continues to a coconut farm where you will see a trained monkey picking coconuts from palms.
You will then drive to Bang-Pu fishing village from where a boat awaits to take you out to the open sea. After 20 minutes you will reach a beautiful stretch of beach below Tham Phraya Nakhon Cave. The cave has a gaping through which a shaft of light reaches and permits the growth of various kinds of plants. Phra Thi Nang Khuka Kharuhat, a Thai style pavilion, provides the most attractive view to the cave and has become the symbol of Prachuap Khiri Khan. It is a four-porched building first constructed in Bangkok in 1890 during the reign of King Rama V, then dismantled and moved to the cave where it was reconstructed. Its gable tops were raised by the King himself.

After this visit, refresh in the sea and enjoy a traditional one dish lunch at the National Park beach restaurant. You will be back to your hotel around 14.00.






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