Immerse yourself in exciting things to do and see in Hua Hin.
The resort has two pools set in lush landscaping. Spend sunny days lazing by the free-form pool with swim-up bar. Suite guests are invited to use the exclusive Lagoon Pool, with complimentary sunset cocktails and canapés.
Work out with free weights, treadmills, bicycles and other strength-training machines available. Call on a professional trainer to help maximise your routine.
Master the art of eight limbs in our dedicated boxing ring. Get fighting fit with classes with all equipment are provided.
Practise your asanas on a sunrise beach or within lush landscaped grounds.
Hit the courts during the day, or in the cooler evenings with floodlights. Volley with a coach to perfect your swing.
For some afternoon fun, challenge a companion to a friendly game on our shaded outdoor tables.
Baan Pla Noi
Children can immerse themselves in a host of fun activities at Baan Pla Noi Children’s Club, from arts and crafts to sports to cooking and Thai language classes.
Anantara Hua Hin Scooter Hire - Freedom to explore
Freedom to explore! Making it even easier to explore Hua Hin highlights with Anantara Scooter. Hire one of the resort's Scomadi 125 CC scooters - a modern classic - and explore all Hua Hin at your own pace.
Let our Experience Gurus help you connect to Hua Hin's genuine places, people and stories.
Hua Hin is known for its kitesurfing scene, with shallow waters and strong northeasterly winds. Skim across the water and soar up into the sky.
Head out across calm waters, paddling at your own pace. The ideal way to get in your daily workout.
Koh Talu Snorkelling
Koh Talu is a small island approximately two hours from the mainland by boat. Make a day of snorkelling its crystal-clear waters.
Make a visit to this royal seaside palace a short journey from Hua Hin. Made entirely of teak wood, the three buildings are upheld by over 1,000 pillars and contain a beautiful passage that leads to the sea.
Hua Hin Railway Station
The story of Hua Hin Railway Station is as much a story of the town itself, as the local community flourished around the iconic landmark. Located in the centre of town, old-school trains still pass through occasionally.
Huay Mongkol Temple
This Buddhist temple is home to a large statue of legendary Thai monk Luang Por Tuad. Revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles, the monk’s statue is visited by pilgrims from far and wide.
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park
The Holy City Hill was the summer palace of King Rama IV. Three buildings top three separate peaks - a beautiful palace, a chedi, and a temple modelled on Bangkok's Wat Phra Kaew.
Hua Hin Hills Vineyard
Make a day of exploring verdant vineyards, with a number of wine tasting options available, including a three-course paired lunch.
Pa La-U Waterfall
An eleven-tiered waterfall cascades in lush jungle approximately 60 km west of Hua Hin. Hike alongside the falls or swim in a calm pool.
Hutsadin Elephant Foundation
Visit an elephant camp that cares for retired or abandoned elephants, getting up close for gentle encounters.
Hua Hin Night Market
Wander the locals' favourite gathering place, with delicious street foods and souvenirs on offer.
Cicada Weekend Market
A relaxing venue open on the weekend where local artists display their wares. Visitors can peruse contemporary artworks, watch live performances and sample delicious foods.
Khao Takiab Beach
The beaches around Khao Takiab (popularly known as Monkey Mountain, due to the large number of monkeys who have made their home there) are great for families, with shallow, calm waters. Eat seafood on the beach and hike to the hilltop temple for stunning views.
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
Thailand’s first ever golf course is located only minutes from the resort. Tree-lined fairways and pockets of shade make this a wonderful place for a leisurely round.
Springfield Royal Country Club
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this course presents 27 holes with varying degrees of difficulty and a choice of five sets of tees.
Banyan Golf Club
With a contemporary, Thai-style clubhouse and breathtaking views across the Burmese mountains, this championship 18-hole course is a pleasure to play on.
Palm Hills Golf Club
Tee off amidst beautiful lakes at this 18-hole course. Designed with the environment in mind and impeccably maintained, the course is less than 10 minutes from downtown Hua Hin.
Black Mountain Golf Club
One of the best golf courses in Asia, and five-time winner of the Best Golf Course in Thailand, Black Mountain is set amidst lush rolling hills.