Hua Hin

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Hua Hin, Thailand’s beach town, is a lovely, calm haven away from the city’s rush and bustle. It has been a vacation resort for the Thai royal family, residents, and visitors alike since the 1920s. With its groves of swaying coconut palms and beaches lapped by calmly lapping waves, this city feels more like serene Chiang Mai than urban Bangkok and Phuket.
The architecture, which includes Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, the blue and white Santorini Park, the retro Hua Hin Railway Station, and more, is one-of-a-kind and a must-see for any visitor. In addition, the city offers delectable seafood as well as a vibrant, fascinating nightlife that is a popular pastime.

Hua Hin District (ThaiหัวหินIPA: [hǔə hǐn]) is one of eight districts (amphoe) of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula in Thailand. Its seat of government, also named Hua Hin, is a beach resort town. The district’s population was estimated at 63,091 in December 2017 by the Bureau of Registration Administration[1] in an area of 911 km2 (352 sq mi). By road, it is 199 km (124 mi) south-southwest of Bangkok. Hua Hin District is in the middle of what the Thai government is promoting as the “Thai Riviera”, the stretch of coastline between Phetchaburi in the north and Chumphon in the south.

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