Whether you are looking for a serious workout, some ‘thrills & spills’ or a family day out with the kids, there’s plenty of opportunities to have a great time at any of these recreation venues.
- Black Mountain Water & Wake Board Park
Adjacent to the Black Mountain Golf course is a very family friendly water park with rides and pools of all shapes and sizes. There is also a cable drawn wake board park next to the water park for those willing to take to the lake waters at speed.
Where: A 15 minute ride inland from Hua Hin.
- Camel Republic
A mix of exotic animals (including camels) and high tech mechanical thrill rides feature in this Moroccan styled attraction.
Where: A 15 minute ride north of Cha-Am on Phetkasem Road.
- Kite Surfing
The coastline around Hua Hin is well known amongst the international kite boarding fraternity but also with tutoring and hire equipment readily available.
Where: Access kiteboarding companies on the coast off Phetkasem Road in downtown Hua Hin.
- Santorini Park
Santorini brings a slice of this Greek island with whitewashed buildings, colorfully painted windows, stone-paved paths and domed towers. There are shops, restaurants and an amusement park including a serious water park and Ferris wheel.
Where: A 10 minute ride north of Cha-Am on Phetkasem Road.
- 1,000 Sook Food & Farm
Sook meaning “happiness” is an American style farm setting to feed and pet the animals or play games at the Game Carnival. A tempting variety of Thai style confectionery is on sale as well as a very inviting restaurant for lunch or dinner.
Where: A 20 minute ride north of Cha-Am on Phetkasem Road.
- Swiss Sheep Farm
Appealing to visitors wanting to experience a Swiss farm and farm animals in a picturesque setting, this attraction is for families with children or couples looking for photo opportunities.
Where: A 5 minute ride north of Cha-Am on Phetkasem Road.
- True Arena
Hua Hin’s premium sports and recreation centre with world class fitness and sporting facilities.
Where: 5 kilometres south of the Hua Hin town centre and visible inland from the railway overpass.
- Hua Hin Sailing Club
This is a family club where everyone can learn to sail from 8 – 80 years. It’s a great place on the beach with cool shade, trendy bar and a laid back atmosphere.
Where: A 20 minute ride north of Hua Hin on the coast off Phetkasem Road.
Hua Hin is not known as a diving venue however the islands south are within reach and diving schools provide an opportunity to prepare for underwater adventures.
Where: Access underwater diving schools located in downtown Hua Hin.
- Vana Nava
This water park is billed as Asia’s first Water Jungle combining state of the art technology and modern facilities with 19 very exciting rides and slides.
Where: A 10 minute ride south of Hua Hin on Phetkasem Road.