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Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard
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Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard

On this afternoon tour you are taken to see around the local area of Hua Hin, which was once a small fishing village, in the beautiful Gulf of Thailand. Your first stop is at the Monkey Mountain Khao Takiab, which is home to a large Buddha statue which stands beside the sea. At this point you can walk up to a view point for stunning panoramas right along the beautiful coastline.

Then visit Wat Huay Mongkol, where you find the enormous statue of Luang Phor Thuate, an immensely popular Thai monk who was said to have performed miracles many centuries ago. Afterwards continue on to Hua Hin Hills vineyard to explore the new latitude wines and learn how these grape vines thrive in the tropical climate. Last stop is at the living museum of Plearnwan with its unusual architecture.

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Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve
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Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve

This is a great tour if you want to spend some time getting back to nature while staying at the Thai resort of Hua Hin. You begin by driving north west for around 50 miles to Kaeng Krachan, one of the country's biggest national parks. On arrival stop at the information house to find out about all the natural surprises that await and what you will be seeing and doing for the rest of the day.

You are then taken to Kaeng Krachan reservoir, a huge lake which has been formed by damming the Petchaburi River. Here you board a boat and are taken for a sail around the lake seeing lots of exotic wildlife and birds on the beautiful wooded islands. After this trip you enjoy lunch at a typical Thai restaurant that overlooks the reservoir before beginning the journey back to Hua Hin.

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Pala U Waterfall
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Pala U Waterfall

Leave your resort hotel for an adventurous drive through the jungle to the spectacular Pala U Waterfall. There are 14 different stages to this beautiful waterfall and if you are feeling energetic you can climb to the very top. But the best spot to relax and swim in the crystal clear waters is the third station, where the whole family can have fun safely watched over by a guide.

While staying at Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, it is tempting to just relax on the beach or around your hotel pool and soak up the tropical sunshine or enjoy the multitude of fun water sports on offer at the resort. But it's well worth taking at least one tour during your holiday, and this day at Pala U Waterfall is one of the best.

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Sam Roi Yod National Park
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Sam Roi Yod National Park

You begin this popular trip by taking a pleasant drive south of Hua Hin through pineapple and coconut plantations to Sam Roi Yod National Park. Known as the park of three hundred peaks, you begin your adventure by taking a fishing boat to visit the secluded village of Bang Poo, where you can climb up to see the impressive Phrayanakom Cave. Here you can relax and enjoy some swimming and sunbathing.

While staying at Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, it is tempting to just relax on the beach or around your hotel pool and soak up the tropical sunshine or enjoy the multitude of fun water sports on offer at the resort. But it's well worth taking at least one tour during your holiday, and this trip to the national park is so rewarding.

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Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)
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Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)

Leave Hua Hin and head north up the coast to Petchaburi where you head inland to visit the famous Maeklong Market. This traditional Thai market is full of exotic fruits and goods but is unique, because it sits right on top of railway tracks. Watch as trains approach and the stalls are miraculously moved to let them pass, a feat that has to be seen to be believed.

After having fun bargaining for souvenirs with the locals, leave Maeklong and travel for around 20 minutes into Samut Songkhram Province where you have dinner before taking a walk around the local market. Then, at dusk, board a traditional long-tailed speedboat for an exciting trip down the river and canals stopping at the Amphawa Floating market at night.

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