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Hua Hin: Vana Nava One-Day Water Jungle Park Entrance Ticket

1. Hua Hin: Vana Nava One-Day Water Jungle Park Entrance Ticket

Spend the day cooling down at Asia’s first water jungle. With attractions suitable for all ages, make the experience as chill or thrill-seeking as you want it to be. Gain access to everything you need throughout the day with several amenities, such as restaurants, available to you. Come along with friends or family, with different areas of the waterpark offering fun, tailored experiences no matter what you’re looking for. Whether you want to be adventurous with the Master Blaster, Ropes Course or Freefall, or splash about with the family in the Infinity Pool or Lazy River, make the experience into a fun day for all. More than just a water park, you will be able to appreciate the tropical rainforest with 200,000 plants from all over Thailand occupying the large water park. Rides and attractions include: For adults: Abyss, Boomerango, Aquacourse, Freefall, Aqualoop, Inner-Tube, Rattler, Superbowl, and Master Blaster For families: Rainfortress, Kiddie Cove, Infinity Pool, Coconut Beach, Vana Nava Falls and Lazy River Kids Zone: VANA Wonderland Adventure Zone: Change Surf Zone, Ropes Course, and climbing wall

Bangkok Airports: Transfer Pattaya, Hua Hin, and More

2. Bangkok Airports: Transfer Pattaya, Hua Hin, and More

Travel between the Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Mueang Airport or your hotel in Bangkok to other nearby cities. Enjoy a private transfer in a comfortable van or car. Journey from the airport or your Bangkok hotel to major vacation destinations such as Pattaya, Hua Hin, Ayutthaya, Kanchanaburi, Koh Samet, Koh Chang or Laem Chabang. Avoid the inconvenience of navigating public transit with heavy bags. Instead, travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle straight to your desired destination. Once you arrive at the airport you’ll be greeted by a professional driver who will help you with your luggage. This service includes expressway fees, insurance, and free on-board bottled water.

Hua Hin: Sunset Local Eats Thai Food Tour

3. Hua Hin: Sunset Local Eats Thai Food Tour

Ever wondered how, where and what locals eat at night? This tour is about the evening local food fix; where Thais go for freshly cooked takeaway meals or to eat out. This tour is about getting ‘under the skin’ of the food scene in Hua Hin and exploring where locals go to eat at night. It’s about seeing the freshest local produce in a local food market full of tasty delights. In the market, we will be eating standing up. This way we can move around and sample what the vendors have to offer. We then leave the market and visit two local eateries, finishing up at a street food vendor to sample Thai sweets. Come hungry!! We first start by exploring the fresh ingredients that make up the flavours of Thai food. You will see local chefs and restaurant owners here buying their ingredients for the next day, indicating that the produce is of the highest quality. We then make our way to the front of the market, where there are a myriad of vendors cooking and selling their food. Our passionate ‘foodie’ tour guides will guide you through the market; sampling as we go. In this true local market, we will taste whatever we find that looks good on the day, as not all vendors are there every day. Taste Northeastern pork sausages, Sai Krok Isaan, the way the locals eat them, try northern food at a very popular food stall as well as sampling some unfamiliar but tasty fruits. We then travel to a local eatery where we will sample some great dishes from the central and northern regions. This out of the way garden restaurant serves up some interesting dishes that you may not have had before, but may become your new favourite! Dishes like Yam Naem Khao Thot Fermented Pork Salad w/- Crispy Rice Balls or Khao Soi Gai Chiang Mai Noodles (similar to Laksa). Our next stop is a very local restaurant specialising in Miang Bplaa Phao: Salt Crusted Grilled Fish; we wrap this in lettuce leaves along with lots of herbs. This venue also serves many other Isaan dishes, so we will look to try a vibrant salad or something else from the wonderful world of Isaan food. Our last stop is to a popular sweets vendor. Thai sweets can challenge the senses but are truly delicious and a great way to finish a food tour. Note: This tour is not suitable for strict vegetarians or guests who are vegan. If you have dietary or food restriction you must inform the tour operator upon booking. This is a join in tour and meals/food are shared. If you have a food restriction, you may not get all the advertised food tastes. Note: Sometimes our regular vendors are closed on the day you have a tour booked, however we have other vendors that are equally as good in the event that there are closures.

Hua Hin: Eat Like a Local Thai Food Tour

4. Hua Hin: Eat Like a Local Thai Food Tour

This tour is about showcasing local food heroes; where local Thais love to go and eat. On this 3½ hour tour, your guide will take you off the beaten track. You will try some amazing tasting Thai food in humble surrounds. You will be eating with locals, which just backs up the age-old adage that ‘locals always know where to find the best food in town‘. For this tour, you will experience venues that have a high standard of food hygiene, are family-run with family recipes, yet offer truly 5 star flavours without a 5 star appearance. Your tour begins where locals come to satisfy their appetites to start the day. Under this traditional 2 story Thai house there are 3 generations working. There is a steady stream of hungry customers dropping by for take away, or sitting at the tables slurping freshly made noodles, all this with fresh Nam Prik Pao: Chilli Jam, taking pride of place. It’s in no way fancy, but there’s a reason for its popularity; super tasty food with fast and friendly service! You will stop at a local restaurant to taste dishes from the Isaan region, the NorthEast. This region of Thailand is known for their salads and freshly meats. We also pay a visit to a very local eatery located just opposite Glai Kangwon Palace. This restaurant exclusively serves Northern Thai cuisine. True to the palace’s translated name, Far From Worries, you have no worries to come to try two of the North’s most famous dishes in Khao Soi: Chiang Mai Noodles and Sai Ua: Chiang Mai Sausage. It’s not so easy to find great Northern food outside of the North of Thailand, but here, this woman has been serving up great Northern food for over 20 years. You’ll taste why she has been going so long. We will also squeeze in a stop at a popular area for daytime street food before finishing at a garden restaurant to taste some classic dishes from the central region of Thailand. This tour is great for those who are new to Thailand or love seeing local life. All the food on this tour is a lower to medium spice, though very delicious. However our tour guides are very good at finding great dishes and also spicing it up if you need it. Note: This tour is not suitable for strict vegetarians or for guests who are vegan. If you have a dietary or food restriction you must inform the tour operator upon booking. This is a join in tour and meals/food are shared. If you have a food restriction you may not get all the advertised food tastes. Note: Sometimes our regular vendors are closed on the day you have a tour booked, however we have other vendors that are equally as good in the event that there are closures.

Hua Hin: Thai Street Food & Market Walking Tour

5. Hua Hin: Thai Street Food & Market Walking Tour

This popular tour is for the ‘true foodie’ and incorporates around 15 handpicked tastings. This 3½ hour walking tour includes a traditional Thai breakfast, fresh produce market exploration then finding street vendors selling freshly cooked street food through Hua Hin’s old town area. After hotel pickup, start your food journey in Hua Hin with a traditional Thai breakfast of Jok Muu served with Thai coffee with condensed milk, Café Boran. Also try the delicious Bpaa Thong Gor: Thai Donuts, before a casual stroll over to Hua Hin’s Chat Chai fresh produce market to explore what the vendors have to offer. The sights, sounds, and smells of this lively, almost century-old market are thoroughly enticing. Sample tropical fruits and taste food cooked or prepared fresh in and around the market and designed to feed hungry locals who love to graze all day. Then we hit the back streets of Hua Hin, tasting as we go, while learning about what makes Thai food so good. This walking tour covers about 1 mile (2.5 km) in 3½ hours. Hear tips on choosing the best dishes and meet some of the street vendors who have been feeding locals and travellers for generations. Throughout the walk through the old town you will see local residents living as they have for many years mixed with the local street art. There are plenty of photo opportunities on this tour. You’ll sample lots of food throughout the entire tour but each day the vendors may be different. This adds to the excitement of the tour. Note: This tour is not suitable for strict vegetarians and guests who are vegan. If you have a dietary or food restrictions you must inform the tour operator upon booking. This is a join in tour and meals/food are shared. If you have a food restriction you may not get all the advertised number of food tastes. Note: Sometimes our regular vendors are closed on the day you have a tour booked, however we have other vendors that are equally as good in the event that there are closures.

Hua Hin: The Real Jing Jing Thai Food Tour

6. Hua Hin: The Real Jing Jing Thai Food Tour

The term ‘Jing Jing’ means real or authentic. For us, it’s about doing Thai food justice. This tour is deliberately designed with the more experienced Thai traveller in mind. It is for the traveller looking to find new and exciting Thai dishes that they have not yet tried. We try some spicy dishes along with more mild ones; all exhibiting that wonderful Thai ‘balance’. You may find it hard to believe, but the humble chilli is not native to Thailand. It found its way here with Portuguese navigators in the 16th century via developed trade routes. It’s very difficult to imagine Thai food without chilli, so symbiotic is the relationship, yet contrary to popular belief, not all Thais love their food searingly hot. Many prefer to opt for a more medium spice level. As long as the dish and meal are in balance, it all works. This is how we will be sampling Thai food. We start the afternoon in the back streets of Hua Hin. Here we try some southern food, which is often redolent of Indian spices like turmeric. Dishes will include Bplaa Dook Fuu Phat Phrik Gaeng: Stir Fried Crispy Shredded Catfish, as well as either Sa-dtor Phat Phrik Gaeng: Stir Fried Stink Beans w/- Prawns or Khua Gling: Dry-Fried Yellow Pork Mince Curry; it is simply delicious. NorthEastern food; the food of Isaan, is our next port of call. You can’t really use the term Jing Jing without sampling Isaan food – the flavour explosion region of Thailand. Our tour guides will choose dishes that our guests have not tried before, whether that is Soop Nor Mai: Hot ‘n’ Sour Warm Bamboo Shoot Salad, or an unfamiliar version of a dish which is fast becoming Thailand’s national dish, Som Dtam: Green Papaya Salad; though we will pick one of the myriad variations to the standard papaya, just to challenge your taste buds. Over the tour, our guides will assess your level of Thai food knowledge and stop at other vendors to take your food experience to the next level. Rest assured, these are where we eat and they are not on the tourist maps so you will be delighted with these food stops. As with all Thai meals, we will be striving for balance, so not everything will be seriously hot, but it’s all sure to be tasty. Note: This tour is not suitable for guests that have dietary restrictions. Some food restrictions can be accommodated however this must be made known to the tour operator upon booking. Note: Sometimes our regular vendors are closed on the day you have a tour booked, however we have other vendors that are equally as good in the event that there are closures.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 99 reviews

98% vet good!!! My first stand up (the first segment) food tour. Was fantastic!! I would suggest the guides know where the toilets are....and point them out (without being asked). Otherwise the guide was Awesome. And nice to Leigh!

Super nice service with free water on board. The only small drop of suspicion is "playing" with the cell phone while driving. Nevertheless 5*

She helped us understand all foods and some origination of foods. Enjoyed ourselves a lot

Punctual, clean, tidy, very good service, everything to the best satisfaction

couldn't speak a word of english but was super welcoming and friendly