Date: 30th September-2nd October 2016
Almost a century ago, there was a newlywed couple who had their romantic and dreamlike honeymoon on the golden beach of Hua Hin, a serene resort town on the west shore of the Gulf of Thailand. That legendary couple is now the longest reigning monarch of the world and his graceful queen, our beloved King and Queen of Thailand.
Hua Hin has been Thailand’s favourite beach resort for decades. During the 50’s, this town were known as the Riviera of Siam. Famous Thai novels, films, and fashion magazines have made this tropical paradise a dream destination and it eventually became the most luxurious weekend hideaway long before any other beaches in the kingdom.
‘Legends of Yesterday’ brings you back to the golden age of Hua Hin. Take a trip back in time and enjoy all the oldies-but-goodies memories. Be free to rediscover your forgotten childhood or days or youth, and fall in love with Hua Hin the same way Thai people and our precious King and Queen have.
|08:00||Meeting at Hotel|
|•||Travel to Hua Hin by VIP Van (3hrs. ride)|
|•||Enjoy lunch at Pla Too restaurant|
|•||Take part in the Green SIEP Project with Royal Gracious Kindness at The Sirinhorn International Environmental Park|
|•||Visit Maruekhathaiyawan Palace|
|•||Travel to Marriott Resort and Spa or a 5-star equivalent for check-in|
|•||Leisure time until dinner|
|•||Meet and set off for Plearnwan|
|•||A Welcome Dinner awaits at Plearnwan|
|•||Indulge in shopping at Hua Hin Night Market (optional)|
|21:00||Travel back to the hotel|
You will be spoiled by a wide selection of food including fresh seafood, traditional Thai dishes, European dishes, European dishes, cocktails, and various kinds of drinks. The restaurant uses local materials like "Pla Too" ( a kind of mackerel) to create hundreds of very tasteful dishes.
Aimed at like-minded conservationists, this project's goal is to maintain the natural balance by growing and taking care of plants completely. It also assures that the young plants grown today will be reached their full potential and support the environment and natural ecosystem sustainably, in addition to reducing global warming by absorbing carbon dioxide.
In addition, SIEP also promotes the valuable eco-tourism and history of Thailand and the world by advocating being environmentally friendly and harmonizing values of natural resources and environment. The Tour will showcase “Ecotourism” by learning about the ecosystem in the Princess Sirindhorn mangrove, beach forest, land forest and other zones in the Park.
A place of valuable historical and architectural heritage - the Palace was built from golden teakwood and is situated on beach surroundings within a shady and peaceful environment. It is suitable for utter relaxation with nature. Visitors can inhale fresh air for a fortifying energy recharge.
Escape to the beach, and discover a luxury hotel that will exceed your every expectation. It is a world away with its tranquil atmosphere, gorgeously designed guest rooms feature modern amenities, plush bedding, and outstanding views. An array of onsite dining options ensures that your appetite is always satisfied during your visit. Along with five different swimming pools within the hotel grounds, you can enjoy the Hua Hin sunshine while lounging to your heart's content. This resort spa offers the ultimate in luxury relaxation.
A recreation of the old-fashioned shophouses that once occupied the Thai-Chinese neighbourhoods of Bangkok and Hua Hin. There is a pharmacy selling roots, powders and other concoctions that Thai grandmothers once used, as well as music and clothes stores. You will feel transported back in time as you enjoy and learn some of the history of Hua Hin as well as Thailand.
Dress code: Kindly come outfitted with the 1950s accessories we will provide as a Welcome gift.
Community arts and crafts groups, home to Hua Hin’s OTOP
One Tambon One Product (OTOP) is the government’s effort to promote local products of each district in the kingdom of Thailand. Local communities are encouraged to develop, improve and tandardize its products' quality and commercialize it with the national “OTOP” brand.
|•||Breakfast at hotel|
Take part in a Hua Hin City Tour Challenge organised by Tuk Tuk
|•||Enjoy lunch at COCO51|
|•||Back to the hotel, leisure time until dinner|
|18:00||Enjoy a beachfront dinner at the hotel restaurant, Chilled at Paradise|
The Hua Hin Railway Station is one of the country’s most beautiful train stations marked by its meticulous details in architecture.
A good place to sip drinks and enjoy a meal. As you will notice from the menu and food, beans are served in almost all dishes; beverages and desserts are no exception.
An obsolete Japanese railway carriage was transformed into a knowledgeable space for bookworms with more than 2,000 books available to read.
The first beachfront community mall in Hua Hin with premium leasing space.
As the weather will be warm, please wear light and comfortable attire, and perhaps a change of clothes for your comfort. In the event of rain, umbrellas and raincoats will be provided.
A popular seaside restaurant serving Thai and European cuisine
Furnished like a hotel and surrounded by greenery, the Thai and European cuisine, Coco 51, dresses its frontal space with fountain holding lights emitted onto the coconut trees, and has spotlights casted into the sea, creating a beautiful visible scene. The popular dishes include seven-color shrimp and fried mince shrimp salad, following with its mouth-watering dessert like banana fritter - fried banana served with frosty ice cream. This place is chic enough for those who like to enjoy their dinner in a romantic and memorable way.
Experience the delights of authentic Thai cuisines in all its variety, tastes, and traditions in this open-air beachfront with a stunningly picturesque view.
|•||Breakfast at hotel|
|09:00||Check out, meeet at the lobby and head to Hyatt Regency Hua Hin|
Luxuriate in a 60-minute Thai traditional massage
Travel to restaurant
|•||Enjoy lunch at You Yen Garden restaurant|
|15:00||Travel back to Bangkok|
Soothe yourself, and get your body in a relaxed state with a specialized Thai massage session.
Fronting the sea and surrounded by a landscaped garden, this seafood restaurant gives you a glimpse into the Hua Hin of yesteryear. The menu focuses on regional Thai dishes, with a selection of traditional snacks as well as fiery tom yam and Thai salads.
Registration deadline: 12th September 2016
Payment deadline: Kindly transfer within 7 days of registering in order to secure your booking, thank you!