Hua Hin, Thailand

Our comprehensive guide to Hua Hin presents the best and most up-to-date local knowledge and information, helping you discover what the town can offer both to visitors and residents. As a deservedly popular destination in Thailand, there are many reasons to visit Hua Hin, not least to experience its culture and heritage, tempting food, stunning tropical scenery, sandy beaches, and many interesting tourist attractions and activities. The town's unique character is also a result of the diverse mix of friendly locals, tourists and expats. Hua Hin is well known partly because of it's historical royal connections, and has become a perennial favourite with Thais and foreigners alike. It's constantly evolving and things change rapidly, so we've created these original resources about the town based upon our own experiences and by locals that know the area well.


The Lounge Bar Hua Hin

Thaivisa has just opened its first wine bar and eatery in downtown Hua Hin. The Lounge Bar, which was officially launched on Dec 24th 2013, is located on Naresdamri Road, just a couple of minutes walk from the Hilton hotel. Open daily, The Lounge Bar is a great place to …

Insurance in Hua Hin

You never know what unexpected circumstances can happen, so itʼs wise to have adequate insurance cover especially when on holiday or living as an expat abroad. Even though Thailand is a relatively safe and modern country with many available resources, it’s important to be prepared …

Shows and cabaret in Hua Hin

Visitors to Hua Hin may not be aware that the local entertainment scene includes various shows such as cabaret, theatre, dance, and international comedy acts. These are usually held at specialist venues such as the Vic Theatre and Cicada Market, and make an important contribution …

Live music in Hua Hin

Hua Hin has a diverse music scene and hosts several notable events such as the annual Jazz Festival, which has become internationally known and attracts many acclaimed musicians. There is plenty of live music around town in the bars, music pubs, discos, clubs, hotels and …

Restaurants on the outskirts of Hua Hin

Around Hua Hin, thee are several other notable restaurants which deserve a mention. The Palm Bistro A small, relaxed and classy bistro located several kilometres outside town, with fine European food and contemporary Thai fusion cooked by an English chef. Meals are well presented and …

Dining on the beach in Hua Hin

At the northern rocky end of Hua Hin beach between the Hilton and the beach access road, there are many ramshackle restaurants with brightly coloured sunshades, tables and deck chairs, serving Thai and fairly unremarkable European food. Most have an impressively large selection of Thai …

Restaurants on Sa Song road in Hua Hin

This road runs parallel to the main Petchakasem Road and cuts through the night market. There are a few inexpensive restaurants and bistros on this street. All In Hua Hin A restaurant and deli (with imported German and European foods), the menu features Thai, European …

Restaurants on Naeb Kehardt road in Hua Hin

Several upmarket beachside restaurants are located here, which can become busy at weekends. There are also a few lively Thai pubs and restaurants with live music and large screen TV’s. Baan Itsara Stylish beachside restaurant with a sea view, popular with visiting Thais. Address: 7 …

Restaurants & Cafe’s in Market Village Shopping in Hua Hin

Many restaurants can be found in this shopping mall just a few minutesÕ drive from the town centre. There are also abundant coffee shops, cafes, snack stalls, and a food court. Fuji Stylish restaurant that serves classic sushi, sashimi, tempura, salad and other popular Japanese …

Restaurants on the night market street in Hua Hin

Hua Hin night market has many open-air Thai restaurants with temptingly fresh seafood on display outside. They can be quite busy as many visitors come to the market at night, especially on the weekends. Food stalls and informal street side restaurants can also be found …

Restaurants on soi Selakam in Hua Hin

There are many bars but just a few restaurants on this backstreet, which is really several small lanes all known as Soi Selakam. Despite the illogical street names and numbers, it’s not hard to find the restaurants below. Coffee Restaurant Blink and you’ll miss this …