While in Hua Hin, things to do at our resort are endless:
After you check in, there are some great things to see and do right here at the resort. Free access to Vana Nava Water Jungle, a stunning infinity pool on level 26, Vana Nava Sky Bar and our glass-bottomed observation deck with panoramic views of Hua Hin.
For adventure and sport lovers:
Kite surfing. The wind conditions in Hua Hin are ideal for this fun and adrenaline-pumping sport.
There are two schools located right on the beach in Hua Hin. Both are reputable, professional and follow strict safety guidelines. Lessons start from ages 8 and up
Sailing. Visit Sailing Club Hua Hin and take a lesson during your stay. It’s family-run and the staff are really friendly. Afterwards, stay for a drink and a bite to eat at their outdoor cafe and bar right on the beach.
ATV Tour. Take an exhilarating tour on 4 wheels through the jungle of Hua Hin and meet a bunch of monkeys who reside at a temple at the end. If you do the tour later in the afternoon, you can avoid the heat and then head to the night markets for some shopping and dinner.
True Arena. Catch the complimentary shuttle to True Arena and experience a world-class fitness and sporting facility in Hua Hin. Organise a game of friendly tennis on the professional sunken courts that Serena Williams and Paradorn Srichaphan have played on. For guests, access to the gym is complimentary.
For people who love to shop:
Bluport Hua Hin Resort Mall. Check out this refreshingly stylish and modern resort-style mall in Hua Hin located directly across from the InterContinental Hua Hin Resort. It’s a great place to do some shopping and spend an afternoon out of the heat. There’s lots to see and do for kids with a cinema, an interactive play zone called Whaley Port and an arcade area ideal for teens. Catch a movie, do some serious shopping, eat some delicious food and grab a great coffee.
The Night Markets. For a small resort town, there are lots of night markets to choose from — Hua Hin Night Bazaar, Hua Hin Night Market, Tamarind and Cicada Markets to name a few. Take advantage of the cooler night temperatures as you shop for souvenirs. Seafood is a highlight at all the markets — fill up on giant prawns, lobster, and other freshly caught seafood with an ice-cold Singha beer before you continue shopping.
Santorini Park Cha-Am. If you love theme parks, shopping and Greece then this place is for you. With architecture inspired by the Greek Islands and a waterpark attached, this is a great place for families. Grab a refreshing Thai iced tea before you shop for discounted sports attire and shoes at this themed shopping park.
For people who love sightseeing and history:
Mrigadaygavan Palace. Get a glimpse into royal life at this simply stunning example of coastal teak architecture. It’s a great place to learn about the royal history of Hua Hin, see some stunning gardens and enjoy afternoon tea by the sea in the royal family’s former summer palace.
Khao Takiab. Translated as Chopstick Mountain, this place is all about the view. You can take some incredible pictures of the Gulf of Thailand from this mountain inhabited by cheeky monkeys. After taking in the view and making sure a monkey doesn't grab your ice-cream, you can explore the temple and do some shopping at the stalls.
Hua Hin Train Station. A popular tourist attraction and landmark in Hua Hin, this station is worth a visit for the architecture alone — quaint, classic and very unique. It’s also one of the oldest stations in Thailand. After you look around and take a few pics you can easily walk to the night markets.
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course. Play on the first golf club in Thailand. Tee off across from the railway station and follow a course that is lush, historic and rustic. You might catch a monkey or two playing on the greens.
For people who love nature:
Phraya Nakhon Cave. Experience something truly magical and adventurous in this limestone cave dripping with stalactites and unique rock formations with a sunroof. One of Thailand's most beloved monarchs visited the cave in 1890 and a pavilion was constructed to commemorate his visit. In the morning the sun streams in and illuminates the Thai-style pavilion giving the cave a spiritually serene atmosphere.
Kai Buri National Park. This is a great day trip and it’s as close as you’ll get to a safari in Thailand. Get ready to see buffalo, deer, birds and elephants roaming the park in their natural habitat. You might have to wait while an elephant crosses the dirt road in front of the car or be lucky enough to see an elephant taking a bath in the waterhole.
Hutsadin Elephant Foundation. This is a place to appreciate and learn about elephants and to get an insight into the work that the foundation is doing to help care for elephants that have been abandoned by owners due to illness, injury or age. Kids can get up close to wash, feed and pet the elephants.
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