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Mangrove Forest Walk

Mangrove Forest Walk

A slice of sandy, pine-fringed beach fronts the thick mangrove forest that makes up the Pranburi Forest Park.

Located only 30 kilometres south of Hua Hin, at the mouth of the Pranburi River into the Gulf of Thailand, it covers an area of 3.17 km² and is said to be the largest mangrove forest in Thailand.

Flourishing at the intersection of land and sea, mangroves form one of the most productive and biologically complex ecosystems on Earth. ...

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Hua Hin Railway Station

Hua Hin Railway Station

The story of Hua Hin’s emergence as a seaside getaway for the Bangkok-based royals and elite would be incomplete without mention of this railway station.

One of the oldest in Thailand, it was constructed in 1920 during the reign of King Rama VI, and located on Damnoern Kasem Road. An ornate red-and-cream wooden pavilion dominates the low platform and the colonial-style main building.

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Khao Takiab Temple

Khao Takiab Temple

The drive to the top of Chopstick Hill takes you past a busy fishing harbour and market at the base that is also worth a stop to photograph the local colour.

Flowers, candles, incense sticks, and other souvenirs are sold at the top, where hundred of macaques run wild, which is why the locals also refer it to as Monkey Mountain. Be careful though, the simians are known to snatch food or shiny objects from passersby...

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Hin Lek Fai

Hin Lek Fai

Flinstone Hill, or Hin Lek Fai is the place to be for breath-taking 360-degree view of the seaside town, as well as to watch a dramatic sunrise or sundown.

Only three kilometres from the centre of town, it is a popular place with the locals, but if you are not up for a strenuous trek, catch a taxi from town to take you up.

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Hua Hin Hills Winery

Hua Hin Hills Winery

It’s a scenic drive, some 45 kms west of Hua Hin, to the verdant valley that embraces this vineyard that is part of the New Latitudes wine movement.

Once a corral used to domesticate wild Asian elephants, the 560 acres of fertile sand and slate now nurture grape varietals like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Chenin Blanc, Colombard, Muscat, Tempranillo, and Sangiovese that are also caressed by Mediterranean-like ocean breezes before they are turned into their Monsoon Valley label wines.

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Mrigadayavan Palace

Mrigadayavan Palace

Sixteen magnificent golden teak stilted buildings linked together by long verandahs make up this summerhouse built by King Rama VI in 1923.

Known as the 'Palace of Love and Hope', the original style and design was drafted by the king himself, while Italian architect Ercole Manfredi drew the final plans. Styled in a Thai-Victoria fashion, it features high ceilings, delicate fretwork and 1,080 concrete pillars.

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