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7 Unusual Things to do in Hua Hin, Thailand – Have a unique holiday

Hua Hin has an amazing atmosphere for some fun in the sun. There are beaches, luxury hotels and much more to enjoy here. The local culture is strong here as well, in other words, it is an amazing destination for a holiday in Thailand. Here are a few things you can do in Hua Hin.


Beachside shopping

Ever seen a mall by the beach? Well, then this might be something out of the ordinary. Seenspace Hua Hin is a mall that has come up by the beach. Yes! It means you can walk to the other side of the mall and walk out onto the sandy shores of the beautiful beach. There are sweet little cafes serving some delicious meals and refreshing drinks. You will find a range of affordable brands on sale at the mall. This is sure to be an amazing experience so why not try it out? Speaking of beachside experiences, Hua Hin hotels also offer wonderful comforts, Anantara Hua Hin is one such example.


Mountain of 300 peaks

If you are wondering what this is all about, the mountain doesn't actually have 300 peaks. Instead, it is named after a legend that says 300 Chinese traders got stranded on the island (what is a mountain now was once an island as the sea reached further inland). It was first called Ko Sam Roi Yot and later changed to Khao Sam Roi Yot as the waters receded and the mountain came into proper view. For nature and adventure lovers, this is the ideal spot. The whole place is a maze of caves and peaks here and there. There are also a few quiet beaches for a good relax.


Phraya Nakhon Cave

Hoping for a magical moment in Thailand? Then be at Phraya Nakhon Cave at 10 am in the morning to witness a bit of nature's charm. Inside this cave is a religious pavilion build just in the right spot where the sunlight falls right on it to create a sight like no other at the mentioned time.


Khao Daeng Viewpoint

It sometimes takes a little effort to witness the best things in life and on your trip as well. It's time for a hike up the Khao Daeng or the Red Mountain! Tie up those shoelaces and head out on a 50-minute hike to the viewpoint here. What's more? Try your best to make it at sunrise to see the entire mountainside come alive as the rays of sun gradually reach across the landscape.


Pala-U Waterfall

Pala-U is the longest waterfall in the country that is comprised of a major 16 tiers. The hike is perfect for those who want a thrilling experience. The three levels, in the beginning, will be easily accessible through rocky paths. But after this starts the real challenge and should only be attempted by experienced hikers and those with the physical ability to endure the rugged path. Once you reach the third tier, you'll be tempted to rush into the natural pools to cool off, but if you decide otherwise, you can always reach the top for the ultimate reward of a grand view of Myanmar and Thailand.

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