Prachuap Khiri Khan

Around 280 kilometres south of Bangkok, Prachuap Khiri Khan was established in 1845 during the reign of King Rama IV. The province is famed for its beaches and mountains but also has some historical attractions to draw visitors. Hua Hin is the province’s key attraction. Previously a royal resort, Hua Hin is an excellent seaside location boasting a fantastic beach. Although a major draw for weekenders from the Bangkok capital, Hua Hin is also becoming popular with foreign tourists.

Attractions in Prachuap Khiri Khan

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Pranburi features quiet and pristine beaches along the Gulf of Thailand. Pranburi is ideal for those who are looking for an unspoiled beach and an opportunity to explore the nearby Sam Roi Yod National Park. Pranburi is a quiet beach town. Located 30 kilometers south of Hua Hin, it is a popular destination for people who are looking for a quiet...


Royal Hua Hin Golf Course

Royal Hua Hin Golf Course is the first standard golf course in Thailand, a national treasure. The preserved nature within the golf course offers a sight of wildlife and plants. Unique fairway design is the impressive feture of the course. It is a 18 hole, Par 72, with 6,678 yards for the men and 5,713 yards for the ladies.


Black Mountain Golf Club Hua Hin

Black Mountain Golf Club is an exclusive golf community ten kilometres west of the quaint city of Hua Hin, Thailand. It is the result of Swedish entrepreneur Stig Notlöv’s unrelenting golf dream, and opened in April 20, 2007. Numerous awards followed rapidly, and just five years after the first rounds were played, Black Mountain became the first course in Thailand to be included in US Golf Digest’s list of the Best 100 Courses Outside the United States.


Ao Mae Ramphung

Ao Mae Ramphung This is a scenic bay in Amphoe Bang Saphan. Travel about 75 kms. south of Phrachuap Khiri Khan to Km. 399, turn left and continue for another 17 kilometres via Bang Saphan Market. Accommodation and seafood restaurants are available.

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