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Welcome to The Sea-Cret Hua Hin, Prachuabkirikhan - Thailand Hua Hin Travel :

Sight Seeing

Night Market:

as a cave man, live in this modern year. We sooth your mood with stone texture ceiling integrate with funky furnishing contras with color of rose, orange and cream tone wallpaper and curtain

Hua-Hin Railway Station:

An old railways station, also it's the high-light of Hua-Hin. There is no explanation. Take a look at the miracle thing your-self.

Plearn Wan:

Plearn Wan is the place to be if you want experience the golden days of Hua-Hin. This new community mall with the a unique concept bring back some of the most treasured memories this resort to modern day in a from of lifestyle complex. At Plean Wan, you will be transported back to the past through its stores, restaurant and cafes that offer retro favorites form food and ice-creams to toys and vintage fashion. The highlight is the " nang klang plaeng" or the open air cinema on its luscious green lawn where old movies are shown like in the old days. Hua-Hin is know to be a retro-loving resort town but Plearn Wan has just taken the experience to a whole other level.

Plearn Wan:

For an authentic glimpse into Cha-am's old glory as an elite summer destination, there is no better place to go back in time than at Mrigadayavan Palace. Constructed in 1924 as a summer home for King Rama VI, the location of the palaces was ideal for a relaxing getaway owning to the adjacent white sandy beach. The palace is also well-known for it's unique Thai-Victorian architecture-an open elevated plan that can withstand strong ocean winds and shelter from scorching summer heat impressively designed by His Majesty King Rama VI himself. There are a total of 16 golden teakwood pavilions within the compound, all of which are interconnected by airy elevated walkway which make navigating the palace a breezy experience. Mrigadayavan Palace was used as a royal resident twice, until the death of King Rama VI in 1925. The palace was then used for royal and military functions before being restored and opens to public. It is now considered one of the true must-see spots in Cha-am and Thailand.

Mrigadayavan Palace:

For an authentic glimpse into Cha-am's old glory as an elite summer destination, there is no better place to go back in time than at Mrigadayavan Palace. Constructed in 1924 as a summer home for King Rama VI, the location of the palaces was ideal for a relaxing getaway owning to the adjacent white sandy beach. The palace is also well-known for it's unique Thai-Victorian architecture-an open elevated plan that can withstand strong ocean winds and shelter from scorching summer heat impressively designed by His Majesty King Rama VI himself. There are a total of 16 golden teakwood pavilions within the compound, all of which are interconnected by airy elevated walkway which make navigating the palace a breezy experience. Mrigadayavan Palace was used as a royal resident twice, until the death of King Rama VI in 1925. The palace was then used for royal and military functions before being restored and opens to public. It is now considered one of the true must-see spots in Cha-am and Thailand.

Khao Takiab:

This small village, known as one of the highest points in the area, boasts a compilation of temples, local eateries, elephant camp, and luxury hotels. The beach here is well suited for games as it wider and flatter than the main beach of Hua-Hin. Khao Takiab also has numerous marinas, which offer boats trips to nearby Koh Singto, and other surrounding destinations. Sport enthusiasts should check out the localKung Fu camp, Wing Tsun, which offers natural fitness and training for ages and level of expertise. Water sports are also abundant in this area, with a selection of jet skiing, banana boats, parasailing, and other engaging activities available.

Phraya Nakhon Cave:

Situated within the amazing Praya Nakhon Cave is the Khuha Karuhas Pavillion. The pavilion, which was built in 1896 to commemorate a visit by King Rama V, is position in a large plant covered cave chamber. In 1926 King Rama VII visited the pavilion inscribing his name alongside the previous ruler. The present day King of Thailand, HM King Rama IX, has also twice visited the cave adding to the rayal lore of this fantastic destination. The cave and pavilion can be reached by a steep trail, which takes about 30 minutes to trek. Visitors to the cave should take along proper equipment, including appropriate footwear and attire.

Hua-Hin Sunflower Field at Huay Mongkol Temple:

For the different take on Hua-Hin, the saffron blanketed pasture of Thub Tai district of Hua-Hin makes a great visit of nature lovers. The sunflowers here are known for their larger blossoms compared to other sunflowers fields found around the country. This canary tinted space spreads over 300 rai and is an attraction of the local temple, Wat Huay Mongkol, Home of the sacred Laung Pu Thaud statue revered by locals. With such a big area to expore in the sunflower field, visitors may want to opt for an elephant tour of the area for better vantage point of this beautifully landscaped scene. Good news, the sunflowers here are year long blooms, so you can stop by during the winter months when the climate is cooler.

Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park:

The group of three mountains in Petchaburi received its nickname, Palace Mountain, when King Rama IV decied to make the invitingly luscious green terrain the site of his holiday residence. The mount is considered the symbol of Petchaburi and it is clearly visible form the city, as its grand white chedi atop the mountain makes it hard not to make curious travelers notice its charm. The mountain is also home of many ancient buildings; most of them designed in Chinese neo-classic architecture, including a "mini" Wat Prakeaw and the Phra Nakhon Khiri National Museum which houses historical artifact, chinaware and art work dating form king Rama IV to King Rama VI. Though the mountain is easily accessible by personal car, there is also a cable car service available.

Kang Krachan:

Kaeng Krachan is the biggest national park in Thailand and is considered as one of the most picturesque thanks to its combination of beautiful mountains, creeks, dams and forests, and the result is this ecological phenomenon. The national park is favorite among campers and outback enthusiasts as the park's cool atmosphere makes a great place to spend the night among natural beauty. For those just visiting, there are many key points in this park worth a visit, such as the lake with small islands scattered about where visitors can visit by boat, or breathtaking Pha Noen Thoong for a 360 degree view of the quiet greenery down below.

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