Taxi Well offer special prices for the route
- Bangkok – Hua Hin Single trip only $49, Roundtrip only $96 (The same booking)
- Suvarnabhumi Airport – Hua Hin Single trip only $49, Roundtrip only $96 (The same booking)
- Don Muaeng Airport – Hua Hin Single trip only $49, Roundtrip only $96 (The same booking)
with special rates for a Middle Class (Toyota Camry) $ 49 for a single trip and $ 96 for a round trip. (In the same booking), this special prices effect since May 5, 2016 up to May 25, 2016
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For many visitors to Thailand and to Hua Hin in particular, the expectation is of lazy days spent around a pool or on the
beach, maybe a bit of swimming with the evenings spent dining out on good food with a few drinks. Overall, the emphasis is on relaxation and “sanuk” – fun.
If this is what you’re looking for, then you won’t be disappointed, but there is more to do during the day and the opportunities for keeping fit and playing sport are plentiful. Below are listed the main sporting activities, where you can participate and the costs involved.
Hua Hin Beach Activities
Hua Hin has lots of fun activities on offer apart from spending lazy days on the beach resting and recuperating, and visiting its attractions. Shopping is always a winner, and Hua Hin’s markets are the perfect places to shop for souvenirs and the beautifully made crafts Thai people are so famous for. The seaside town also plays host to a number of big events throughout the year, like the Hua Hin Jazz Festival, and water sport enthusiasts are spoiled for choice with a wide variety of activities. It’s also one of the few places in Thailand where you can go horse riding along the beach.
Adapted from equestrian polo, this amusing sport was founded in 1982 in Nepal, coming to Thailand in 2001 much to the joy of residents and visitors. It is now an annual event (usually in September) and if you are in Hua Hin at that time of year you must try to see it. Each Elephant carries a polo player and a mahout.
The mahout directs the Elephant using his voice, hands, feet or a goad. The umpire of the game oversees the play from a wooden howdah on the back of the large
For some Indiana Jones-style adventure, elephant trekking is a fun pursuit in Thailand. Used for centuries as a means of transportation and survival and still to the present day, for Elephants can traverse just about any terrain regardless of how steep or treacherous, it is.
Visitors should bear in mind that routes have been planned with simplicity and scenery in mind. A broad wooden bench is put over the elephant’s back, on which you sit while the mahout (elephant trainer) sits on the neck and guides the trail. A good route is up in the mountains overlooking Hua Hin where you meet sensational views.
Hua Hin’s world-class golf courses have all the makings of any golfer’s dream experience. Set amongst spectacular scenery, designed by legends like Jack Nicklaus and often offering a real challenge to golfing skills, a round at any of these specially-selected courses will be a reminder of all the reasons why you took up golf in the first place.
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