Although Hua Hin is known as a family destination rather than its nightlife, the beach town has a good mix of night markets and entertainment venues. For the night-owls, here’s how you can spend your night at Hua Hin.
Who would have thought that railway station could be a popular attraction. This red-and-white icon station was built in 1926, one of the oldest at its original state in Thailand.
If you are driving through Cha Am on your way to Hua Hin, you will not miss the replica of San Marco’s bell tower. The Venezia is another themed park…
I have always wanted to visit Santorini with hopes that I would travel there one day. Thankfully, Santorini Park at Hua Hin, Thailand is the closest I could go without taking a toll on my wallet. The park looks strikingly similar to Greece and you can get a glimpse of blue and white architecture that is prominent in the Greek islands.
Your last chance to visit this retro market before its closure on 31 January 2020!