Location

Hua Hin, Thailand’s Royal beach resort


Baan Ing Phu is situated in a prime location of stunning natural beauty near the lush green fairways of the Black Mountain Golf Course; a peaceful meditation retreat for monks; and a large park created for the royal family. The estate is situated in a secluded drive that is off the main road with no traffic.

 

Located just 10-km from the centre of Hua Hin, it takes less than 15 minutes to drive from the estate. It is very convenient for accessing Hua Hin’s shops, banks and supermarkets but far enough away to ensure total peace and solitude.

 

Driving to Bangkok, via the bypass, will take less than three hours and we can arrange transfers in private cars and mini-buses to the capital and it’s two international airports.


About Hua Hin

Hua Hin was transformed from a small fishing village to a glamorous resort destination for royalty and high society when King Rama VII instructed his Italian architect to construct Phra Ratchawang Klai Kangwon, meaning “Far from Worries” palace in 1922.

 

In the 1980s, the renovation of the colonial Hua Hin Railway Hotel started a development boom targeted towards foreign visitors that has led to a presence of major hotel brands.

 

Although now more developed, Hua Hin retains the genteel charm of an old seaside resort. Horse riding on the white sandy beach; golf at the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course; or a seafood dinner on one of the old squid drying piers that have been transformed into rustic restaurants are the simple pleasures that attract those seeking a more relaxed sojourn in the Gulf of Thailand.

 

Outside of the town lies Sam Roi Yod National Park, a natural wonderland of limestone mountains, caves and a beach. Hua Hin is achieving recognition as a premier wellness retreat with a wealth of spas. It also has some of the best golf courses in Asia.

 

Now very popular as a family holiday destination, as a weekend getaway for Bangkok residents, or as a retirement destination, Hua Hin truly has something exciting to offer everybody.