Relatively a relaxed and laidback town compared to the more happening nightlife of Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket which are fast becoming popular tourist destinations, Hua Hin has a number or bars to chill out with friends and enjoy an ice cool beer. Maybe due to the residence of the Thai royal family, the nightlife in Hua Hin is kept in check but there are quite a few options for all types. There are no go-go bars in Hua Hin and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and feature karaoke clubs, sports bars, late night discos and live music.

Soi Bintabaht and the surrounding streets house dozens of bars which can be covered by a few minutes’ walk and also offer free pool, music and TV. There might be a decent rock band playing on certain nights and you are sure to enjoy plenty of musical entertainment. There are also more upscale family oriented establishments in the area as well.

Soi 80 is not much frequented by tourists due to its more remote location but is quieter on most days when there is no pool tournament or local party being held. Near the Hilton area known as Bazaar are a few high end bars appropriate for families as well as some that are open till a bit later than most. There are also stalls selling Thai food nearby and also a disco in the area. For the sports enthusiasts, there are a number of bars that house big-screen TVs airing games and matches such as Lucky Shot, Dick’s Office and Play Sports Lounge.

For a quieter and relaxed vacation away from the hustle and bustle come stay at one of the many beach hotels Hua Hin Thailand has to offer. Anantara Hua Hin Thailand Resort is a standout amongst Hua Hin hotels with a cosy ambiance and exemplary services to make your stay all the more enjoyable. Ideal for a fun family holiday or a couples retreat, this hotel lets you enjoy the very best the region has to offer. It also has a spa where you can indulge in a variety of treatments and therapies that offer true holistic healing for mind, body and spirit.