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- This place has a nice vibe. The food selection is more of an upscaled version of local and international fare. The restrooms are clean and well-maintained.Written 4 December 2022
- I came here with my friends it was fantastic, and remarkable I would love to come back here once again next time with my friends.Written 7 November 2022
- We visited this little elephant place on Fri 21st of February. The drive took us less than half an hour from the Khao Takiab side of Hua Hin when we went through the city and it cost 600 THB with the driver waiting for us.
Hutsadin Elephant Foundation is not a sanctuary but they do operate in a way that elephants are treated with respect and kind care. Because we had a six year old pool fanatic with us we were looking for a quick, but comprehensive visit. This is the reason why we chose to skip the educational part and went with the walking activity only. The walk took us about 20 min and the washing about 10 min. It cost 800 THB per adult/older child and 400 THB for 3 to 8 year olds.
We walked with Boon Mee the oldest and only male elephant. The old gentleman was very motivated to walk with us because of the bananas we kept feeding him ;) (Fruit is included in the price) Nigel was our volunteer guide and he did a good job guiding us through the visit. Afterwards we were offered to buy souvenir jewellery by Boon Mee’s mahout. We felt not pressured in any way but decided to support the mahout with purchasing a necklace and a bracelet for the kids for 500 THB anyway. There was also the foundation’s own souvenir shop which was cute. In the end we gave the youngest elephant Song Kran 50 THB and we were pictured as a family with her after elephant hugs for all.
We were greeted politely as soon as we arrived and we received a packet of Jasmin rice & two small key chains as gifts when we paid at the arrival before the tour. We felt appreciated as customers and got exactly what we came for. A quite brief, but for us just perfect little visit with the gentle giants where we didn’t end up feeling sorry for the animals <3Written 23 February 2020
- Nice place with something for everyone in the family! The food market downstairs was lovely and the food was great. Clean and good hygine.Written 24 November 2022
- Had a lovely time
Water super warm and clean
Beach is not white sands but is lovely
Great beach staff and made sure we were well feed and watered. Had a great time on water biscuit and horse riding
Fab day for all the familyWritten 13 November 2022
- Since its the only vineyard in Hua hin, its a decent place to visit. Food was ok and wine tasting was fun, best time to visit would be harvest season when they have plenty of activities for the family.Written 12 January 2022
- Just a heads up to anyone who has seen this market on Youtube
This market is nowhere as big as it looks on the videos and neither is cicada
However the food selection is ampleWritten 4 December 2022
- This place is a beautiful complex. Tgere is something for everyone here and prices are ok, bargains to be found too.Modern shopping centre with a good atmosphere. Plenty of shops, the food mall is ok but again they have gone with the buy a voucher card tat you purchase separately and they use the credit on that to buy your food. Valid for 30days and return it to the counter to claim any unspent funds. A real pain in-the arse and I am not too sure why its used, easier and quicker for outlet’s IguessWritten 26 September 2022
- Interesting place to visit if you fancy a drive south of Hua Hin. There's a huge Bubba & temple there. Can be busy if there are any Thai festivals on. Worth the trip for a bit of Thai culture & it will keep you out of the bars of Hua Hin for a while.Written 4 July 2022
- Fun day out with young and teen family group.
We were the only people here except for one other group so we basically had the run of the place which was fun; I imagine many people looked at the weather report, which we didn’t, so the first hour was heavy rain but at a water park…so what!?
This park was much better for our family group as the six year old was able to go on all but one ride whereas the other water park in hua hin that we visited had a height restriction which excluded him from any slides except for the baby areas. The food was also nicer here.
Yes, some of it it looking a bit tired but with covid having a major affect on the tourism industry im sure that there have been more important things to focus on.
Would advise strong supervision at all times as while there were staff around, most lifeguard stations were not manned.
Thanks for a great day out.Written 6 September 2022
- Interesting food and clothing options. Truly awful singer at one bar that was wonderfully entertaining.Written 18 September 2022
- Worth a visit if you have some extra time and are interested in getting a great sweeping view of Hua Hin ! Nothing elseGreat views of the Hua Hin coastline. The temple itself is like many others you may have see in Thailand. Lots of monkeys so if you are not comfortable with them around, best to avoidWritten 16 February 2021
- Nice mellow beach with a wide swath of sand. Pine Tress provide shade quite close to the surf depending on tide. Not all were open in December, but this beach has services, coffee shop, masseuse (closed) and even one room cottages on the beach for rent. There are also folks cooking lunch and selling cold drinks that you can buy from. Chairs for rent....... If you are driving north or south, you can grab a long lunch on the beach when you stop here and never unpack a thing. Good spot!Written 9 January 2022
- this is the End of the Hua Hin Beach,, we were staying at Rajamangala Chom Kluein,, a Thai place not really for tourists but we walked on the beach in the morning down to Khao Ta-Kiab Beach,, there is a hill and Temple and Buddha not shown here,, and we walked all the way the other way up to the Hilton and down town Hua HinWritten 2 February 2020
- This was a nice place, and is well represented in pictures. Here are a few details of my visit in case it helps:
Getting there: I got a tuk tuk from Village market for 300 BAHT, I suspect this was on the pricey side. I got the driver to take me all the way up the hill leaving only the steps to the temple. I then walked back along the beach. Be warned if doing this that a large section of the beach once you leave the base of the mountain there are not exits from the beach for about 20 minutes walk due to all the hotels.
What's there: at the top of the hill there appeared to be a cafe, and there were a few tourist shops. If you walk down the hill there is a bigger cafe and to the side of the hill is a restaurant.
Accessibility: As highlighted by others the stairs to the temple would not be ideal for all, however driving to the base of the temple there is still a nice view and plenty to see. There is a lot of patches of unmade road, but it's fairly flat.
The monkeys: they were fine. I just gave them space. I noticed they were keen to get into cars and they were pretty fearless about walking by humans! I definitely would not go there carrying food.Written 6 September 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Hua Hin
- The best day trips from Hua Hin according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Sam Roi Yod National Park & Praya Nakhon Cave Private Tour from Hua Hin
- Sam Roi Yod National Park & Praya Nakhon Cave Join Group Tour
- Elephant and Wildlife Watching in Kuiburi National Park - Private Afternoon Tour
- Amphawa Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Private Afternoon Tour from Hua Hin
- Elephant and Animal Watching in Kuiburi National Park - Join Afternoon Tour
- The most popular things to do in Hua Hin with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Carlo Collection
- The Family Tree
- Spa InterContinental at InterContinental Hua Hin Resort
- Niwaschon Massage
- Rainbow Paradise 99 Massage