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Attractions

Hua Hin Beach
From here, you can get a pleasant scene of nature and friendly people. In the early morning, you can see a brilliant sunrise, and the Buddhism monks walk for giving alms on the beach. There are also numerous beach activities catered to tourists, including banana boating, Para sailing and more. Horse riding on the beach is also a pleasant experience.

Khao Takiab
The hill is known as "Monkey Mountain" due to large numbers of monkeys (macaques) that are resident there. The beach behind the hill of Khao Takiab is a great place to spend late afternoon. Large expanses of open sand and shallow waters are ideal for kids and beach games. You can get great views from the top of the temple at Khao Takiab.

Mrigadayavan Palace
Mrigadayavan Palace is one of the oldest and most attractive royal Palaces in Thailand. Mrigadayavan Palace was constructed by His Majesty King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1923 as a place where he could fully relax in great comfort amid a naturally serene atmosphere.

Pa La U Waterfall
The Pa La U Waterfall is part of the Kaeng Krachan National Park. It is located about 60 Km west of Hua Hin, near the Burmese border.The Pa La U Waterfall with its 16 steps is one of the biggest waterfalls in Thailand. The surrounding forest is over a thousand years old and is filled with rare wild animals. You will experience the beautiful waterfall and jungle surroundings where wild monkeys and birds can be heard and sometimes spotted.

Koh Talu
Koh Talu has lovely palm fringed beaches and a shallow reef that is ideal for snorkeling. Fish life is thriving and you'll see parrotfish, wrasse, seargent major fish and a good variety of hard coral. It is the closest place to Hua Hin that you can go scuba diving with depths at around 14 meters. It is ideal for beginners as currents are weak and there are some good coral formations in the depths and around the smaller islands off Koh Talu.