Hello my name is Natt Opasanon from Your Thai Guide and I will be your personal guide for Scooter Hua Hin.
- Covering the most visited locations in Hua Hin this tour gives you the freedom and fun of driving yourself with all the benefits of a local lisenced tour guide.
- Meeting in front of the Mc Donalds in central Hua Hin on Soi 61 (same Soi that runs between the Hilton and Sofitel) at 8:30am we pick up our scooters ready to ride off at 9:00am.
- We will cover nearly 100kms over the course of the day with 9 interesting stops, the longest section being around 25km, just before our lunch break.
- The tour usually concludes around 3:00 – 4:00 pm, giving plenty of time to enjoy each location, take some photos and enjoy the views.
- People comfortable and experienced with a pillon passenger (ie 2 people per scooter) recieve a discount of 300B on the second person.
Wat Khao Takiap
Elephant Village: Traditionally, elephants used to be the regal transportation for the Royal families in Thailand. They were also primary in carrying woods from the jungles and for various other heavy duty works. Now due to diminishing natural habitats, these elephants can bee seen at sanctuaries called elephant villages. [more]
Plearn Wan: Which roughly means ‘Good Times from the past’, is an old-fashioned village setup in retro style. In fact the rustic wooden stalls and old timer shops that line the sides of the streets take you way back in time. [more]
Wat Huay Mongkol
Hin Lek Fai Lookout
Hua Hin Railway Station: At first, The Royal Waiting Room was located in province of Nakom Pathom at Sanam Chandra Palace and was called Plub Pla Sanamchan. Ultimately, the room was moved to Hua Hin. [more]
Mrigadayavan Palace: This long, golden teak wood mansion, which was built by King Rama VI is located between the Cha-Am and Hua Hin. [more]