Tientong Guesthouse

226/107 Petchakasem Rd, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand | Hotel
Prices starting from $5.00

Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

Avoid those jelly fish!

A travel blog entry by edandali


We spent a couple of days In Bangkok getting stuff together for visa applications and then decided to head to Hua in while we wait for our visa to come through. We got up on Saturday morning ready to leave but then we bumped into Jen, an old friend of Ed's in the bar of our hostel. Turns out her and her husband have done the same as us and sold up …

Hua Hin town :(

A travel blog entry by andynemz

... Its possible, in retrospect, we should have seen this as an omen. We therefore walked back towards the centre – window shopping and occasionally having a drink. Our slow journey brought us to the beach, we had been told it was a pretty spot, but what we found was a high tide with big waves crashing – the beach not underwater was taken up by sun loungers or locals trying to ...

Beach day

A travel blog entry by carleebarlee


... closed earlier here so that idea was thrown out the window. We did however go out to dinner yet again, sort of near the previous nights feast. This time we had a whole fried fish, a whole roasted chicken, some kind of green veggie in this sauce, rice, a tofu and bamboo salad (I think), and the most amazing crab dish I've ever had (it's named after the prime minister). Delicious. Once again. Why am I always surprised at how amazing the food is ...

Leaving Paradaise

A travel blog entry by wynxz


... restaurant was so good. When we reach there there were no people at all because it was still early and it was weekdays. Our dishes were baked spinach with cheese and salmon steak. The food were ok and the price was acceptable. Then we planned to head back to Bangkok but along the way we changed our mind to go to a temple. We found out a nice temple which was Huay Mongkol Temple. The Temple has a big ...

Picture time! The last 2 weeks.....

A travel blog entry by cf-


So, we've been here just over 2 weeks now and we've done so much already!

We spent a 3 or 4 days in Bangkok sightseeing and enjoying life there before moving off to Ko Sichang where we relaxed for about 5 or so days doing not much but pootling around the tiny island and absorbing some decent thai culture, there were only a couple of other westerners on the island which was great.
Next we headed off to Ko Samet, a gorgeous but rather touristy island ...


This hotel, located on 226/107 Petchakasem Rd, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Wat Khao Takiap, and Chatchai Market.
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