Reached resort on the night of the 1st bombing. In fact we were nearby the night market but did not hear anything besides my wife seeing a lot of ambulances & police cars. 2rd day morning, bombing again, near clock towel which we were waiting there the previous night for our resort shuttle van. Close shave! isn't it.....certain roads are closed & all shopping malls too. But we still managed to ventured to "Vana Nava waterpark" which is open, very fun & excited with all the slides.
3rd day, all things back to normal. Went to "Siam Milsim" for a little army daze action. Riding ATV, shooting zombies, fun but a little exhausted. For lunch, went to Market Village shopping mall. Lots of eateries & shopping to offer. Dinner to "Cicada" night market. Not to miss out, cause much to see & eat. Food is reasonably priced & good. Lots of souvenirs, handicrafts & art stuffs, some are really worth buying.
Overall experiences, Hua Hin, is a good & nice destination to visit, not to crowded. Thais hospitality is always on the good. Frankly, I won't mind visiting again.
Traveller from Singapore
Nestled on the beach, this Hua Hin resort is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Wat Bo Fai and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Klai Kangwon Palace …More
Pros:Hotel is clean, modern & 5min from centre of town by Tuktuk (150Baht). Staff were very polite and helpful. Cons: Breakfast good not great. Staff English is limited and let's down their amazing service. Training all staff to speak English would give it a great advantage if they want to attract more English speaking guests. In room dining is 24hrs with reasonably cheap but tasty meals. Overall we were very happy. Thanku Amari!!!
Traveller from Bendigo, Vic, Australia
This family-friendly Hua Hin hotel is located near the beach, within 1 mi (2 km) of Cicada Market and Wat Khao Krailas …More