Golf is among the most popular activities in Hua Hin, and golfers have many courses to choose from. The majority are world-class, with reasonable greens fees, cart rentals, and caddy charges. Reservations are accepted, and advisable, especially on the weekends. Most hotels are happy to help their guests arrange both tee times and transportation.

A few good courses to start with:

Banyan Golf course, 18-hole championship goulf course. Banyan is your number one golf, resort and lifestyle destination in Thailand,  The Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, opened in 1924 near the Railway Station, is Thailand’s first championship course. The Palm Hills Golf Resort and Country Club, located just north of Hua Hin in nearby Cha-Am, is a challenging course with rolling hills. And the Springfield Royal Country Club, also in Cha-Am, was designed by Jack Nicklaus and offers serene valley views.

If cycling is your sport contact Hua Hin Bike Tours  or  Velo Huahin to either rent one of their premium hybrid or mountain bikes or take one of their amazing bicycle tours in the Hua Hin, Cha Am, and Pranburi areas. They have tours to suit riders of all levels and can modify the tours to fit the riders preference.

Fishing in the Greenfield Valley Fishing & Cottage - 4 lakes with thousands of fish from 2lb to 350lb.

Or if you fancy some fishing and you want to bring the family, try Hua Hin Fishing Lodge - it won't break the bank either.

Watersports are another popular diversion in Hua Hin, and if your hotel does not rent equipment, there are many less expensive option along the beach. Jet Skis, Windsurfers, and Hobie Cats are especially easy to find. Boat and snorkeling tours are also available.

There is a new attraction the Hua Hin waterpark that has just opened, well worth the entrance fee.

 If you'd like to learn to cook delicious Thai food speak to the the team at Thai Cooking Course Hua Hin to arrange a cooking class.