Hua Hin Beach

The tranquil 5km long moonrise beach is ideal for romantic walks or jogging. The tide is high during the day from late November until January while the beach is wider during the day from February until early November.

His Majesty the King's Klai Kang Won

"Klai Kang Won", meaning 'far from worries', was designed with a European architectural feel. Built in the late 1920s by King Rama VII, it is still used by the present monarch.

Marukhathaiyawan Palace

This beachside palace was formerly used as a royal summer residence by King Rama VI. It was designed by an Italian architect and built of golden teak.

Khao Takieb

Located at the southern end of Hua Hin Beach, the temple-topped hill of Khao Takieb is dotted with Buddhist shrines and is well worth climbing for the panoramic views.

Sam Roi Yod National Park

Literally translated as 'three hundred peaks' and covering more than 24,500 acres, this was Thailand's first national coastal national park. Marshlands support a large variety of waterfowl species and the limestone masses are home to three popular caves: Phraya Nakhon, Kaeo and Sai. Phraya Nakhon Cave contains a pavilion, built in 1890 by King Rama V.

Pa-La-U Waterfall

This beautiful, 15-tier waterfall is in the middle of rich and fertile virgin forest, located about 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin town centre.

Kaeng Krachan National Park

Thailand's largest national park is located approximate 60 kilometres north-west of Hua Hin. The park extends towards the Burmese border to the west, is characterised by forested hills, mountains and waterways. It's major attraction is the Kaeng Krachan Dam, a 58-metre-high and 760-metre-long structure that dominates a scenic reservoir.

Royal Hua Hin Golf Course

Built in 1924 this was Thailand's first golf course and is set among the rolling coastal hills overlooking Hua Hin. A notable hole is the 14th which offers an exotic glimpse of a Buddhist temple halfway up a densely wooded slope.

Hua Hin Night Market

Hua Hin Night Market is popular with both visitors and locals alike for street food, souvenirs, clothing and general goods.

Cicada Market

This lively weekend night market is only at our main entrance.

Golfers' Paradise

Hua Hin currently has eight world-class golf courses, which are all within 5 to 30 minutes' drive from Let's Sea.

  • Springfield Royal Country Club
  • Palm Hills Golf Club
  • Majestic Creek Country Club
  • Imperial Lake View Golf Club
  • Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
  • Milford Golf Club
  • Black Mountain
  • Banyan Golf Club


Hua Hin is a year-round destination with a tropical climate cooled by ocean breezes. There are three seasons:

  • Hot: March – August
  • Green & Wet: September – October
  • Cool & Dry: November – February

(In the cool season the temperature can fall to 15 degree Celsius at night. High tide during the day may take place due to high weather pressure or low weather pressure)

Life - Around Let's Sea

On the route to Let's Sea