AKA Resort Hua Hin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... set up a deer research centre. Hence the park is more reserved for research purposes. In this backdrop, you cannot see any English signs around. The park is better known as Soi Huay Sai. If you get to Palm Hills, it will take only about a kilometre to reach the park. For budget travellers, there is good news about the park. Unlike most parks, you won't have to pay a fee to enter the park. The entrance is completely free.As this is a ...
... a big pool playing session and seeing as we haven't played in so long, we shocked ourselves at how good we were! The beach was long and so very windy. The place is famed for its kite surfing. It was pretty to look out to sea and see all these colorful kites zipping around. The sea was so warm but a bit apprehensive, as washed up on the beach everywhere were many jellyfish! It was a bit of an old people holiday maker town, nothing ...
... have become the most permanent lodger, I can't imagine they would remove him a hurry. We left early to get up to see the Towers before we were due to get our train at 2pm to Penang. And, by 'see' them I mean walking across the bridge. As having eyes and all I could obviously see them from ground level. We rushed down to the ticket desk, greeted with 'SOLD OUT' typical. I consoled myself with a prawn tempura hand roll and pesto salmon linguine, I enjoyed that more than I could ...
... setting and a very relaxed afternoon. On the way here I passed film crews outside the palace and it seems that the King and Queen of Thailand are coming to Hua Hin today to their seaside palace. The King has been in hospital in Bangkok the past 4 years and Queen Siriket has also been ill the past year but with the prospect of catching a glimpse of them I decided to wait with the building crowds which turned into a fun day. Not only ...
... the elephants. I got to ride in the back of a truck stuffed with 300 kilos of pineapple and ants! We then journeyed to the sanctuary which is relatively small (only 6 elephants) but was very cool. There is a female elephant there who is 85 year old and according to her paperwork she was used to help build the railroads during WWII when the Japanese forced prisoners to build the railroad. She no longer has any teeth because they have worn down ...