3 Day Hua Hin Trip for First Timers

Hua Hin is one of the well-known seaside attractions which is in Prachuap Khiri Khan, a province of Thailand only 200 km away from Bangkok. Hua Hin is most well-known for its bustling night markets, scrumptious street food, water parks, and nature exploration trails. Not only does it offer you many attractions, but you will also be impressed by the warm-hearted locals.

Day 1 in Hua Hin


This is your very first day in Hua Hin, so we’re guessing you’d be looking for something fun to do. How about starting your day off by visiting Hua Hin’s finest waterpark?

1) 1st Day All-day: Splash about at one of Hua Hin’s best waterparks

Vana Nava Water Jungle – Vana Nava Water Jungle is located in Hua Hin, you will discover loads of fun and exciting water rides such the Abyss (Thailand’s largest water slide), Boomerang, and Vana Nava Falls (the tallest man-made waterfall in Asia). The water park also has kid and family zones for family tourists and other challenging zones for those who seek more fun! If you want a ticket, here is a discounted offer for you!

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Black Mountain Water ParkBlack Mountain water park is another fantastic water park filled to the brim with various water activities. It is the perfect place for family fun where there is something for everyone to enjoy, ranging from long water slides and floating obstacle courses to relaxing pools and rivers!

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You’ll be exhausted after having all that fun in the pool, so we suggest replenishing your energy eating delicious food at a local street market!

2) 1st Day evening: Street Food Dinner

Hua Hin Night Bazaar Hua Hin night market has one of the most famous street foods in all of Thailand. Fail to go to this place, and you can’t say that you have really experienced Hua Hin! The expanded food street allows you to enjoy eating and drinking local foods such as Roti, Grilled Seafood, and Fruit Smoothies. Even though it is crowded with travelers from all over the world, it is clean and has enough space to grab food, sit down and eat, as well as take pictures along the street. If you are interested in a package going to the night tour, here it is!

👉 Click here and book a Hua Hin Private Tour At Night 👈

Day 2 in Hua Hin


For your second day, we suggest a relaxing day. A day where you can roam around and experience Thai market culture in some of Hua Hin’s most famous markets!

1) 2nd Day morning: Traditional Breakfast at the Floating Market

Hua Hin Samphannam Floating Market – A traditional floating market which allows you to get a sense of Thai traditional community in the past. As this is a floating market, the stores are beside the small lake. There are lots of delicious Thai cuisine and dessert you can try. You can also buy Thai apparels and other stuff as unique souvenirs to bring back home. Most of the products are sold at a very cheap price too!

2) 2nd Day afternoon: Visit a Greek-Village Theme Park or an adorable European styled farm

Santorini Park – Thailand’s very own white and blue paradise! Santorini Park is one of the greatest places to spend your day. The theme park with the concept of Greek architecture allows you to have a pleasant time of many entertaining activities and shopping stores, especially at the Ferris Wheel, the icon of the park. This place also operates a water park called Hua Hin Santorini Park Wateradventures, but it is currently closed for renovations.

👉 Click here and book a Hua Hin Santorini Park Discount Ticket 👈

Swiss Sheep Farm Hua HinSpend a fantastic afternoon with the many different animals including sheep, cows, bunnies, horses, and more. Try to feed some of them, and even learn how to milk a goat if you are feeling adventurous. Enjoy a perfect place for family fun at a charming little farm!

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3) 2nd Day evening-night: Create Memories of a Wonderful Night

Plearn Wan – is a local shopping center where you will be greeted by locals and can have a lovely time. It is a nice place to spend time with your family or with your travel buddy. There are lots of food stalls for you to try out as well as several souvenir shops to buy for when you go back home.

For Art’s Sakea little more than a kilometer north of Plearn Wan is a fabulous 4-dimensional art museum. Here you can take photos of yourself, family, and friends as if you were all inside the artwork and pretend that everyone is a part of the art itself. It’s a quick fun experience where you will take many pictures that will last a lifetime!

👉 Click here and book a For Art’s Sake Discount Ticket 👈

Day 3 in Hua Hin


Hua Hin is famous for its night markets and street food like we’ve mentioned, but that doesn’t mean you need to spend all three days in the marketplaces. So we’ve prepared your final day in Hua Hin with some nature exploration! Visit either of two famous waterfalls in Hua Hin in the day, and finish off with another market tour like no other where you can find all sorts of handmade souvenirs to take back home!

1) 3rd Day all day: Explore one of Hua Hin’s beautiful nature escapes

Enjoy the morning with good old nature exploration, and go to the waterfalls to cool down from the heat of Thailand!

Pa La U Waterfall – located in Kaeng Krachan National Park. This place boasts a rich ecosystem and breathtaking scenery and claimed to be one of the highest waterfalls in Thailand.

Huai Yang Waterfall – located in a region called Prachuap Khiri Khan, famous for its amazing views along with its cool waters to swim in. And also, you will see lots of wild leaf monkeys you can feed!

Khao Sam Roi Yot National ParkThailand’s first coastal national park with countless mountains, caves, and beaches. See wonderful views on top of the “mountain with 300 peaks,” a quaint fishing village, tour a pineapple plantation, and the iconic Phraya Nakhon Cave!

👉 Click here and book a Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park Tour Ticket 👈

 2) 3rd Day evening: Handmade Night Market

Cicada Market Cicada Market is a place where cultural boundaries don’t have a role, as artists, creators, designers, tourists, students, and community come together integrating culture and arts. This is a must-visit spot when you go to Hua Hin. You can find a lot of handmade decorative items, fashionable clothes, collective secondhand items, and SME (Small-Medium Enterprise)  products with innovative ideas displayed and sold in open-style mat and shops. ( Opens every Friday, and Saturday 4.00 – 11.00 pm. & Sunday 4.00 – 10.00 pm.)


Moreover, If you want to enjoy Hua Hin more conveniently in one step, check these tours too!

There is so much to do and see in Hua Hin, and our top 9 places and activities are only some of the popular attractions in the city. Whether you are planning a day trip from Bangkok, or you are already in the area, a private tour is the best way to explore the city. Check out these options below from Trazy to help you plan your stay in Hua Hin!

Hua Hin is certainly full of things to do and places to visit don’t you think? It’s perfect for a first timer! If you want to look for more, don’t forget to check out Trazy.com!

Photo Credits

Wikipedia
Cicada Market (Official Facebook)
Plearn Wan Offical Website
Mongnoi (Pantip)

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