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Party by the sea

It's that time of the year again. Time to get out of the smoggy city and head down to warm and breezy Hua Hin for a weekend of sweet jazz music. Swap your creaking couch and arctic air-con for the naturally-soft cushion of the powdery sand and trade noise pollution for the soothing sound of waves and some seriously chilled-out tunes.
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Englishman Pettman beats Ratchapol to emerge champion

World No. 53 Stuart Pettman of England ended a long title drought when he defeated Thai snooker star Ratchapol Pu-Ob-Orm 5-3 late on Saturday night in the CAT Telecom-Hua Hin Thailand Challenge 2007 at the Hua Hin Grand Hotel. A large crowd flooded the venue to see final which lasted more than three hours and finished just as the clock ticked past the midnight mark, when Prachuab Khiri Khan Governor Prasong Pitoonkijja handed the glittering tropy to the winner.
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Heavy rain floods provincial prison

Prachuap Khiri Khan's Muang district was under water yesterday after days of heavy downpours, while motorists had to exercise extreme caution when driving on sections of Petchkasem Highway.
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Thaksin govt's plan for new province scrapped

The deposed government's plan to make Hua Hin and nearby districts in Prachuap Khiri Khan and Phetchaburi a new province is to be scrapped after opinion surveys showed that the majority of residents disapproved of it. The surveys were conducted by local state agencies in the two provinces, said Hua Hin mayor Siripan Kamolpramote.
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Police hope sour sweets will keep drivers alert

Packets of ''super sour'' lollies will be handed out to drivers during the Songkran festival to keep them from nodding off at the wheel. Somchai Jitsa-ngob, head of highway police station 3, said the abbot of Wat Huay Mongkol in Hua Hin had donated 200,000 baht toward a campaign to reduce road accidents.
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Sizzling Sixes all set for the seaside

April is definitely the cricket Sixes month in Thailand and hot on the heels of the Bangkok and Chiang Mai tournaments the scene moves to the seaside at sunny Hua Hin this coming week. This year's Hua Hin International Sixes, which will be held April 9-13 at the scenic setting of the Dusit Resort ground, will be the biggest in its 12-year history.
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Walker looks to get Black Mountain up and running

I was hearing bits and pieces about a super new course being built in Hua Hin and decided to have a chat with its director of golf Kenny Walker.
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Summer fest in Prachuap

The 2007 Prachuap Khiri Khan Festival is scheduled April 1-9 at the City Hall and provincial park. Activities include:
April 1: Dog Day: A contest featuring dogs starting 8am at Prachuap Khiri Khan Kindergarten and Prachuap Long Beach Car Rally from Hua Hin's clock tower to Ban Krut.
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Agencies seek quiet around palace

The Department of Pollution Control is working with the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) to minimise noise levels near Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin district of Prachuap Khiri Khan.
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Leisure diving at Ko Thalu

As you look out to the sea from Bang Saphan Noi in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, there are three islands dotting the horizon, or rather one island and two rocky islets: from left are Ko Thalu, the biggest of them, and sister islets Ko Sang and Ko Sing that on this day lay veiled behind the sun's haze.
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Park pleasures

Just a few hours' drive from Bangkok, Kaeng Krachan National Park fascinates nature lovers with its abundant birds, butterflies and other wildlife that thrive in this large piece of forest in Phetchaburi Province.
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Three dead, 93 hurt in head-on train crash

Poor driver-to-driver communication led to two trains colliding head on, killing three people and injuring 93 others in Hua Hin district yesterday, police said. A north-bound Chumphon-Thon Buri train, with about 100 passengers, went through a red light and ran into the Bangkok-Yala sprinter, carrying more than 300 passengers, near Ban Nong Kae station.
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Nadal to play in Hua Hin

Two-time French Open champion Raphael Nadal will make his first appearance in Thailand in an exhibition match against Argentine world No 4 David Nalbandian in Hua Hin on New Year's Eve.
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Developers heading for the hills

As little as 60 years ago, there wouldn't be much use in going to what is now Hua Hin unless you had a really soft spot for rickety houses and leaky boats. Called Samor Riang at the time, the little fishing village 200 km south of Bangkok started to gain notoriety when King Rama VII built a summer palace there in 1921. A nearby beach was christened Hua Hin (stone head), which for some reason caught on better than Samor Riang, and a new town was born.
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Thailand to have 77th province

A feasibility study into carving Thailand's 77th province out of parts of Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan will likely be finished in time for His Majesty the King's 80th birthday next year. The areas designated for the proposed new province comprise Cha-am district in Phetchaburi and the districts of Hua Hin and Pran Buri and Sam Roi Yot subdistrict in Prachuap Khiri Khan.
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King's palace turns village into tourism hub

Once a simple fishing village, Hua Hin has evolved into one of Thailand's bustling tourism gems thanks largely to the presence of a revered resident: King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
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Condos hot in Hua Hin

Hua Hin's property market is attractive to Thai and foreign investors especially upper-medium priced condominiums, according to the real estate firm Knight Frank Chartered (Thailand).
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Tour of Hua Hin 2006 for Queen's Cup

Hua Hin Municipality with Hua Hin Bicycle Club, Wang Klai Kangwon Bicycle Club, and Sport Emporium Co., Ltd. are organizing a bicycle competition, "Tour of Hua Hin 2006", on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty the Queen's birthday, on 12 August, which is also Thai national Mother's Day. The competition will be held on Sunday, 20 August 2006.
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New train trip Bangkok - Hua Hin - Bang Sapan - Bangkok

State Railway of Thailand together with Prachuab Khirikhan province and The Tourism Authority of Thailand arrange a 3-day special train trip package to promote tourism in Hua Hin and Bang Sapan. Full package starts from Bangkok on Friday and ends back in Bangkok on Sunday.
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Wiwat wins long race off Hua Hin

The race was contested by six 420s, one 470, three Fireballs, five Lasers and two Hobbies and start?ed at 9am in a breeze of 3-5 knots on Hua Hin Bay. The organisers expected the last boat to finish about 3pm so every sailor could attend the awards ceremony at 6pm.
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Big fleet ready for Hua Hin Regatta

More than 200 sailors will set sail in this year's Hua Hin Regatta, which will be contested off the Hua Hin Naval Yacht Club tomorrow.
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Snooker Thai Masters in Hua Hin

Thailand world number 25, James Wattana (Ratchapol) will take on Suthipong Chansri in the Sangsom-Hua Hin Thailand Masters snooker championship at Hua Hin Grand hotel today.
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On the rails in Hua Hin

The Hua Hin Railway Station is a tourist attraction in itself with its elegant architecture dating back to the reign of King Rama VI in the 1920s. But the days when people actually savoured train travel seem to be forever receding down history's long track. Or are they?
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Hua Hin on the cheap

Fifty years ago, when Hua Hin was just being recognised as a fabulous holiday beach destination, no one was paying Bt10,000 a night for a room at the Railway Hotel, although even then it was the most luxurious place in town. And no one was paying Bt40 for a scoop of ice cream, either, or Bt400 for a biscuit party by the beach. Hua Hin is still a favourite getaway for well-heeled Thais, but is it even a possibility for budget travellers?
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Hua Hin Six Senses SPA cited

The Earth Spa at Hideaway Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan was recently cited at an awards presentation held in New York. A Six Senses property, it was declared winner in the "Hotel or Day Spa Design" category and was also hailed by a panel of judges for its green design.
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Hua Hin Golf Festival 2006

The Hua Hin/Cha-am Golf Festival will be held throughout the month of August 2006. Springfield Village Golf & Spa, The Imperial Lake View Hotel & Golf Club, Palm Hills Golf Resort and Country Club, Kaeng Krachan Golf and Country Club, Sawang Resort & Golf Club, The Majestic Creek Golf & Resort and Royal Hua Hin Golf Course are major courses participating in this golf festival.
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Foggy logic lures campers

I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming. In front of me hung a gigantic mass of fog filling up the entire valley and obscuring from view the beautiful natural surroundings of Khao Panoen Thung mountain in Kaeng Krachan National Park, the largest of its kind in Thailand.
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New tourist site near Hua Hin

The province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, best known as the home of the Hua Hin seaside resort, is is developing a new tourist so far unseen by travellers. The site, Singkhorn Checkpoint bordering Burma, is being developed by local authorities as one of the country's high potential tourist destinations.
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The beach resort is getting a fancy boutique vineyard

With glorious beaches and laid-back resorts, you might think Hua Hin has enough going for it, but the country's best beach-holiday destination is adding a boutique vineyard for wine buffs and thirsty travellers as well.
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Hua Hin condo market sees supply and demand balance

The growth of the condominium market around Hua Hin is still going strong with improving absorption and increasing supply, according to the real estate firm Knight Frank Chartered (Thailand).
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Politics hits Hua Hin housing scene

In view of the current political conflict in Thailand, foreign investors are maintaining a wait-and-see attitude when it comes to buying a vacation home in Hua Hin, said Praphaisith Tankeyura, managing director the Boathouse Hua Hin property development company.
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Criket Hua Hin Sixes

The 11th Hua Hin Cricket Sixes takes place April 10-14 and promises to be another entertaining feast of lively action that makes Sixes cricket so appealing. The tournament will be played as usual on the picturesque grounds of the Dusit Hotel and Resort.
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Kites set to soar in Hua Hin

Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISDA) is inviting the public to the International Kite Festival scheduled March 11-12 at the Marukathayawan Palace in Hua Hin, to celebrate 60 years of His Majesty the King's accession to the throne.
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HomePro opens Hua Hin's first big shopping complex

More than a thousand local and foreign shoppers flocked to the Hua Hin Market Village over the weekend for a first look at the two-billion-baht lifestyle centre in the popular resort town.Officially opened as the first giant retail centre in Hua Hin, it occupies a 27-rai plot, with 60,000 sq m of retail space.
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Shop more carefully as market slows down

Property buyers are warned that when the economy slows down, as is happening in Thailand, developers try to trim costs and for this reason they should carefully study their background, says Praphaisith Tankeyura, a former president of Bank of Ayudhya and developer of The Boathouse Hua Hin.
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Raging fall and thriving wildlife

After all the partying by the beach in Cha-am or Hua Hin, Pa La-U Waterfall is a nice escape in a forest teeming with animal life and a rich diversity of plants and trees.
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Paradise for birders and naturalists

Besides Hua Hin and other nearby beaches, Prachuab Khiri Khan Province holds within its embrace marshes, wilderness, and unspoiled natural beauty that can be found at Khao Sam Roi Yot Marine National Park.
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Hua Hin emerging as everybody's favourite

Find me a room in Hua Hin? That's probably the most common question on any of the popular web forums or blog sites that focus on Thailand's oldest beach resort.
Over a glass of ale, friends discuss their holiday plans. It's just 18 days to Christmas. How do I find a room at a friendly price in Hua Hin?
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Children breakfast with Lung Kluay

Hua Hin offers an endless array of choice for food lovers, from phad thai fried noodles, seafood and roti stalls in the night market to a la carte dishes at the numerous fancy restaurants. But there's one place that stands out from them all - the roadside Khao Rad Kaeng-style eatery (rice topped with curry) run by Chanchai Chatamero, or Lung Kluay as Hua Hin schoolchildren and their parents call him.
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Horses lend vitality to life on the beach

Apart from swimming, sun-bathing, massage and picnicking, horse-riding is another activity tourists to Hua Hin can indulge in.
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Perfecting the swing

If you enjoy walks through quiet winding streets of a friendly coastal village, play golf at championship course and experience pampering spa treatments, Hua Hin is the place for you. Golf courses within 30 minutes drive from the town and luxurious spas at five-star resorts and stand-alone establishments are its biggest attractions.
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Preserve Hua Hin Concert II

On Sunday, 11th December 2005 Hua Hin will host the second Preserve Hua Hin Concert. The aim of the concert is to raise funds for the clean up of Hua Hin's beaches and to build awareness for the environmental preservation for the increasingly popular beachside resorts.
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Low-key Hua Hin

Hua Hin has long been Thailand's quiet destination. When it does make noise, it's charming: the blare of a trumpet or the low hum of a classic car. Befitting its status as the royal and high-society retreat, Hua Hin has managed to retain a subdued sophistication over the years, even as its hotel industry has expanded to accommodate larger numbers of tourists.
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Hua Hin vintage car rally

The Tourism Authority of Thailand, hoteliers, and the Vintage Car Club of Thailand are organising the 3rd Hua Hin Vintage Car Parade from Dec 16-18.
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HM asks generals to do best for country

His Majesty the King graciously advised the newly promoted top-level military and police officers to realize their greater responsibilities and do their best for the country, which is now facing many dangers. Presiding over the royal decoration ceremony for 390 new major generals at the Klai Kangwon Palace in Prachuap Khiri Khan's Hua Hin on Thursday evening, His Majesty said in his speech that the officers must perform their duty the best they could.
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Thaworn stays in command

Thailand's Thaworn Wiratchant stayed in control of the US$300,000 ($510,000) Hero Honda Indian Open at Delhi Golf Club after carding a four-under-par 68 for a three-shot lead yesterday.
The 21-year-old from Hua Hin put himself on the brink of his first win on the Asian Tour.
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Pattaya back in the limelight

But Phuket preserves luxury niche while Hua Hin and Cha-am remain favourites among Thais.
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Floods ebbing in some areas

Floodwaters in many areas of Prachuap Khiri Khan and Chumphon were receding last night, having drowned one man and affected tens of thousands of people in the two provinces.
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Index Living Mall set to open seven outlets

Many retail groups have opened outlets in Hua Hin including Tesco Lotus and Home Pro and a 200-million-baht lifestyle shopping mall is now under construction near the Hua Hin intersection.
``We chose to open a store in Hua Hin because of the strong purchasing power of people in the resort town. New property projects are being developed there and in nearby areas such as Cha-am and Pran Buri,'' Mr Kijja said.
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Floods hit holidaymakers in Hua Hin for long weekend

The rains, which started on Sunday night, flooded Chat Chai Market and roads leading to the beach. Police closed a stretch of the Phetkasem highway, from about 5km out from Hua Hin Market to Wat Buddha Chaiyo, as the level of the floodwater rose to 60 cm. Other parts of the road could only be passed by people in four-wheel-drive vehicles.
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Harrison eyes Singaporean investors for local property

In Hua Hin last year, 15 new projects worth a combined three billion baht were owned by overseas investors while ten projects worth ten billion baht were locally owned.
Land prices in Hua Hin doubled from 400,000-500,000 baht to one million baht per rai.
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Financially-strapped turkey farm seeks business partner

After fighting financial difficulties for some time, Joe Stanyer, a British farmer who runs a small commercial turkey farm in Hua Hin has decided to close his existing operation and look for a partner or he may take his next venture to Malaysia.
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The Hua Hin Dog Shelter is tackling the problem of numerous stray dogs

Once swarming with stray dogs, a Hua Hin beach resort town is now almost stray dog-free. What happened?
Along with his team, Dr Nirun Nimitthawin, director of Hua Hin Municipality's Public Health and Environment Division, has rescued some 1,298 strays that are now being looked after by the Hua Hin Dog Shelter and its team of 10 caretakers. Located on a 22-rai plot of land at Wat Khao Ittisukhato, the shelter was set up in 2002 under the royal patronage of His Majesty the King, who donated four million baht for its initial construction.
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More Danes are buying houses in Hua Hin

Two to three Scandinavians are buying property in Hua Hin every week.
Thailand is the most preferred destination among the Danes, when it comes to overseas vacation during the winter season. Each year more than 40,000 Danes seek out the exotic Thai coastlines to enjoy the warm weather, to go shopping, and to eat the local cuisine. But recently, a new sport has arrived - property hunting.
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More on the menu

Founders of stylish Hua Hin restaurant ready to take the plunge into hotel business.
Winter is coming soon and that's what reminds Srayuth Ekahitanonda of the biggest, most beautiful, full moon he has ever seen, shining soft moonlight down on Hua Hin beach.
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Chivas toast of Scotland

The 5th King's Cup Elephant Polo came to a dramatic close yesterday as the Chivas Regal Scotland team clinched the title from Mullis Capital during a sudden-death play-off. Both teams fought hard in the first half, Mullis taking advantage of a 2-goal lead from handicap, soon extending the score to 4-1 with two goals from Khun Tat, playing for the first time with a new carbon fibre polo stick.
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Foreign stars lead16-strong field

The fifth edition of the King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament will be held September 5-11 at the Development and Resources Preservation Division (formerly known as 16th Infantry Division or Som Dej Phra Suriyothai Military Camp) in the coastal resort town of Hua Hin, Prachuab Khiri Khan Province.
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Two provinces slated for major development

City planning experts met here yesterday to discuss plans to develop Prachuap Khiri Khan and Phetchaburi provinces into an economic, tourism and transport hub of the lower Central Region.
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Maybe it's time to review all mega-projects

Prachachart Turakij editorial, Aug 11 Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has made a rare U-turn by scrapping the controversial seabridge project that would be a shortcut from Bangkok to the popular seaside resorts of Hua Hin and Cha-am.
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16 teams for elephant polo

The Anantara Resort and Spa in Hua Hin will stage the 2005 King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament from September 5-11 at the Development and Resources Preservation Division (formerly the 16th Infantry Division or Somdej Phra Suriyothai Military Camp).
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Kaeng Krachan Pa La-u

According to every motoring map I have, there are more than one shortcut you can take from the famous Kaeng Krachan Dam, Phetchaburi Province , to Pa La-u Waterfall in Prachuab Khiri Khan Province further south. But ask the locals there about a shortcut, and chances are most of them would tell you to just forget it and instead drive back out to Highway 4 (Phetkasem), go all the way to Hua Hin and take a road from there straight to the waterfall.
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Plain sailing in Hua Hin

If you believe sailing is a competition beyond your reach, you may want to think again. The Hua Hin Regatta is a fascinating race for onshore spectators, including HM the King, who is now residing at the Klai Kang Won Palace .
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Hua Hin invite for golfers

The Hua Hin/Cha-am Golf Festival 2005 runs throughout August during which golfers teeing off at six golf courses Hua Hin Railway Golf Course, Springfield Golf Resort and Spa, Imperial Lakeview Hotel and Golf Club, Palm Hill Golf Resort and Country Club, the Majestic Creek Country Club and the Sawang Resort Khao Yoi enjoy a flat rate of 800 baht daily.
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Jumbo Polo in Hua Hin

The coastal resort town of Hua Hin will host the 5th King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament from September 5-11 at Somdej Phra Suriyothai Military Camp, with 14 local and overseas teams participating. It's an annual charity held to raise funds for the National Elephant Institute in Lampang.
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200 sailors for regatta in Hua Hin

More than 200 sailors will test their mettle in the Hua Hin Regatta, where an estimated 70 boats will take to the seas off the Hua Hin Naval Yacht Club from August 5-7, making it the second-biggest sailing regatta in Thailand after the Phuket King's Cup.Also starting tomorrow will be Phuket Raceweek, with more than 30 boats entered in only the second year of the event.
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Hua Hin Regatta 3 - 7 August 2005

The Yacht Racing Association of Thailand (YRAT), in conjunction with the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) and the District Authority of Hua Hin, organises one of the most exciting sporting events in Thailand, the Hua Hin Regatta from 3 to 7 August 2005 at the Hua Hin Naval Yacht Club, in the vicinity of Klai Kang Won Royal Summer Palace.
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Pran Buri - Sam Roi Yod

Pran Buri may not be as popular as Hua Hin, its neighbour to the north, but soon it's likely to catch up. The beaches in this part of Prachuab Khiri Khan are still nice and peaceful. And there's a backroad that takes you along the coastline to those sandy stretches and continues through Sam Roi Yod National Park.
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Big fish get big money from Hua Hin parking

In a busy tourist town like Hua Hin, roadside parking is a gold mine for some corrupt policemen.
While holidaymakers find it hard to park their vehicles, owners of rental cars and illegally-operated vehicles, including tuk-tuks, non-metered and black licence plates taxis, have the luxury of a parking space around the clock.
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Beaches and fairways

The twin seaside destinations of Hua Hin and Cha-am, keen to preserve their identity, try to strike a balance between rising tourist traffic and the fallout therefrom.
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Sam Roi Yot cave excursion

Phraya Nakhon Cave in Sam Roi Yot National Park is a 450-metre trek from Laem Sala beach. The limestone cave houses a pavilion where King Rama V stayed overnight during his visit to the South.
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Raves for Hua Hin

The fourth Heineken Jazz Festival at Hua Hin last weekend drew lively crowds of Thai and foreign music lovers. The two outdoor stages were densely packed with appreciative audiences while other fans lolled on the white sand or slumped in deckchairs, listening to their favourite music with the inevitable Heineken in hand.
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Festival menus

Hua Hin continues to satisfy hungry visitors and finicky diners with the same old charm.
The areas around Hua Hin including Cha-am and Pran Buri have gone through a lot of change and growth, with several chic and ultra-fashionable resorts emerging to create a new boutique holiday destination. And with the increasing number of hip vacationers and wannabes from Bangkok flocking to Hua Hin, the result is a stylish atmosphere that can only add to the region's existing sophistication.
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Jazz on a Thai beach

Now in its fourth year, the Hua Hin Jazz Festival promises to be an eye-opening musical celebration.
As a long time royal resort and now a permanent residence of HM the King, there could be no better choice for Thailand's annual Jazz Festival than Hua Hin. It is thanks to the presence of His Majesty King Bhumibhol Adulyadej that jazz is no stranger to Hua Hin.
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Healthier in Hua Hin

The last thing vacationers in Hua Hin encountered in days gone by was a traffic jam. And crowded beaches and untidiness were almost unheard of in this once-small seaside town made famous by royalty.
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June Bahtra Cruise

The boat used to ply off the Andaman coast. Over the past few months, however, it's been offering exclusive tours for guests of Evason Resort and Evason Hideaway at Hua Hin
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Hua Hin promises `paradise'

Hua Hin -Two months from now, visitors to this seaside resort town in Prachuap Khiri Khan will enter a ``paradise'', officials say. All buildings, old and new, along Phetkasem road will be repainted in cream colours under Hua Hin municipality's plan to turn the town into a ``paradise city'' to mark His Majesty the King's 80th birthday in 2007.
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All that jazz

It's hard to believe that the once-unknown Hua Hin Jazz festival, which takes place next weekend, is now in its forth year and is also an annual event music fans all over the country are yearning for.
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Heineken Jazz Festival Hua Hin 2005

Heineken Jazz Festival Hua Hin 2005 - Jazz on the Beach" from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 June in Hua Hin. See great jazz performances by Thai and international guest artists on Hua Hin's beach. Admission free. Details of the festival programm...
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Sea-faring adventure

Cruising the Gulf of Siam aboard the June Bahtra, a traditional Siamese schooner, evokes memories of days long past when sea-faring adventurers set out on voyage of discovery.
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Preserve Hua Hin Walk, Run and Bike

In a community effort to promote environmental preservation, the 'Preserve Hua Hin Group' in collaboration with Chiva-Som International Health Resort and government and private organisations will be staging the 'Preserve Hua Hin Walk, Run, and Bike'.
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King's dog missing, reward

Prachuap Khiri Khan _ One of His Majesty the King's pet dogs has been missing from Klaikangwon Palace in Hua Hin since Saturday.
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Property luxury housing in Hua Hin ( Newcomers behind B4bn project)

Major shareholders of SET-listed Khon Kaen Sugar Industry have jumped into the property bandwagon, launching Boathouse Hua Hin, a luxury resort and condominium project worth four billion baht.
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Free lessons for visitors at Phra Nakhorn Khiri Park

Phetchaburi is home of ancient art and craft that are fast vanishing. To preserve and revive them, the Phra Nakhon Khiri National Museum there is offering day-long training workshop on weekends and public holidays throughout the month of April.
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King sets up centre in Hua Hin, where he will supervise cloud-seeding efforts

His Majesty the King, whose kindness is often symbolised by gentle, serene rainfalls, has stepped in to lead state efforts to solve one of the worst droughts ever to threaten the country.
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King tells ministers to keep pledges

His Majesty the King told the new cabinet to serve the nation with sincerity and honesty as they were sworn in yesterday at Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin.
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Development / southern bypass route

Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon and two nearby provinces will be developed into a regional food technology centre, while Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan will be turned into a centre for tourism and services under a town development plan for the Samut Sakhon-Laem Phak Bia-Cha-am southern bypass project.
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Tourists forsake South for Hua Hin

This sleepy, seaside resort town is reaping the benefits of foreign tourists who have chosen to visit here instead of the tsunami-hit southern coastal areas.
Both Hua Hin and Cha-am, where the sea is particularly clear during this time of year, have not only seen more older foreign tourists, but also increasing numbers of younger people.
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Sam Roi Yot sapped by drought

Sam Roi Yot national park in Prachuap Khiri Khan is under threat as one of the most severe droughts in years takes its toll on water reserves in the central province.
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Heart set on Hua Hin

Hua Hin appeals to holiday makers for its great golf courses and high-end spas, but for Jintana Phongpakdee, 33, communications and public relations manager at IMPACT Exhibition Management Co Ltd, it's a place to spend quality time with close friends.
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Bahrain bridge is model for controversial Thai project

Bahrain’s King Fahd Causeway will be the model for Thailand’s southern-shortcut road project, a mega-project investment of the Highways Department.
The King Fahd Causeway, with its 400-rai man-made island, links Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. The Thai project will join Samut Prakan province and Phetchaburi’s Cha-am district.
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Record for world's largest group massage smashed at Hua Hin event

Prachuap Khiri Khan _ Hua Hin yesterday became the location where the world's largest group massage was held, a distinction which will soon be placed in the Guinness Book of Records.

Some 105 consultants and senior managers from UK-based The Virgin Cosmetics Co received the massage yesterday on the lawn of the Anantara Hua Hin Resort in the morning.
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Royal visit for Thai Olympians

His Majesty the King will grant a royal visit to the eight Thai Olympic medal winners on Thursday at the Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin. However, they will not present their Olympic medals to His Majesty the King on Thursday. Instead they will give their medals to Her Majesty the Queen during the next royal visit at the end of this month. The medal winners were also given Bt4.7 million from the Advance Info Service company yesterday.
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2nd Annual HUA HIN Vintage Car Parade December 17 - 19, 2004 Hua Hin

The Hua Hin Vintage Car Parade 2004, will be held in the ‘Royal Paradise’ of Hua Hin on Saturday, December 18, 2004. The annual event is being jointly organised by The Hua Hin Hotelier’s Club and the Vintage Car Club of Thailand in conjunction with the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
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Sutee wins coveted prize in Hua Hin

Fresh from winning the Fireball title the previous day, experienced sailor Sutee Poonpat conquered the Gulf of Thailand and all challengers over a 25-nautical mile course to land the prestigious Perpetual Vega Rudder Royal Trophy yesterday.A fleet of 17 boats including six two-man mono-hull 420s and two single-handed Lasers took principal race officer Rear Admiral Sunan Monthardpalin’s starting gun at 8.30am yesterday in front of the Hua Hin Naval Yacht Club in the longest race of the three-day Hua Hin Regatta.
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CHIVA SOM RATED NO. 1 ‘OVERSEAS DESTINATION SPA’ BY CONDE NAST MAGAZINE
Thai Values Continue to Position Chiva-Som At The Top

Warm smiles and relaxed attitudes, for which Thai people are famous, are creating a sensation as international travellers rate Chiva-Som the world’s top spa destination.
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SOFITEL CENTRAL HUA HIN RESORT PROTECTS OZONE LAYER WITH NEW LAUNDRY SYSTEM


The Sofitel Central Hua Hin Resort has installed the latest technology in its laundry operations to reduce harmful emissions into the environment and conserve energy.
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AUGUST 1 - 31, 2004 HUA HIN/CHA-AM GOLF FESTIVAL

Golf operators in Hua Hin and Cha-am have teamed up with the Hua Hin/Cha-am Tourist Business Association to organise the Hua Hin/Cha-am Golf Festival, an event supported by the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
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KING'S CUP ELEPHANT POLO 2004 TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 6 - 12, 2004

At the Elephant Polo Field, Somdej Phra Suriyothai military camp (the 16th Infantry Division) in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan province Spectator entrance is free of charge.

The King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament, the popular sport of kings, returns to the Royal Paradise of Hua Hin, Thailand for a fourth consecutive year in 2004 with the event featuring some of the world’s top horse polo players, will see three of New Zealand’s former world-ranking All Blacks rugby players make their elephant polo debut.
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3rd HUA HIN JAZZ FESTIVAL
June 4-5: 18.00-24.00 June 6: 16.30-21.00 Free admission

Jazz by the Beach. The 3rd Hua Hin Jazz Festival will be held in the resort from 4-6 June 2004, bringing the mellow sounds of jazz to the Gulf of Thailand. Organized by the Hua Hin Hoteliers Club and sponsored by Heineken, the festival will feature international performers from UK, USA, Australia, Malaysia and Thailand performing at four open-air stages located along the main road linking the railway station to the beach.
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Painted forest

Hua Hin’s arts scene takes a great leap forward at Baan Silapin
Somewhere between Hua Hin and Tambon Hin Lek Fai on the Pa La-U bypass, there’s a painted sign with the strange inscription “ba silapin” (“crazy about artist”) that both catches the eye and prompts a smile.
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Thai spa 'retreat' woos Londoners

Actress Elizabeth Hurley, footballer David Beckham and model Kate Moss are among the celebrities who have visited Chiva-Som, the private health resort in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan.
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Four new daily flights in Hua Hin

A tiny airline targets upscale travellers wanting to get to the beach without battling traffic
A small charter airline, Siam GA, will begin servicing the popular beach destination of Hua Hin with four daily shuttles from Bangkok.
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