Check Out These 6 Artistic Hot-Spots in Hua Hin

Check Out These 6 Artistic Hot-Spots in Hua Hin

Hua Hin is a popular tourist spot as it provides all kinds of activities, both relaxing and engaging. Here are 6 artistic hot-spots that are a must to check out when visiting Hua Hin:

1. Cicada Market

Even when you don’t plan on buying anything, Cicada Night Market is lovely to stroll around by yourself or with a partner. The walkways are lit with visually appealing incandescent lights that light up the night and make for an enchanting walk. This market is open from Friday to Sunday, but keep in mind that on Sundays it will close an hour earlier than the other days.

A small amphitheater can be found here where stand-up comedians host events and plays can be enjoyed. The exact events going on vary from week to week, so be sure to check up on that before purchasing tickets. The common theme when perusing through this market is art. Professional artists and amateurs alike gather here to showcase their artwork and hopefully make some money selling their work to locals and visiting tourists. This is certainly a great place for art lovers.

2. Baan Sillapin Artists Village

Just 15 minutes from downtown Hua Hin you can find the unique, cute and quirky Baan Sillapin Artists Village. What began as a small space for local artists to share their work and craft their new creations grew to become one of the most visited destinations in the area.

Visitors can either buy some original work or opt to create something of their own, such as painting pottery themselves or some other type of craft. You can find some fascinating and bizarre styles, and sculptures of various sizes (so you could definitely find a smaller, more packable option). A tasty café can be found in the area that gives you the opportunity to enjoy a refreshing beverage while overlooking a scenic lake. All in all, this place is definitely worth a visit.

3. Huay Mongkol Temple

The Wat Huay Mongkol is famous for its impressively large statue depiction of one of the most famous monks in Thailand, Luang Phor Thuad, who is remembered for his enlightenment and his miraculous abilities. The statue rests on top of a large mound and is about 10 meters wide and 12 meters tall, reaching higher than any tree nearby.

A wide stairway allows you to climb up closer to the enormous sculpture, although you should be advised to bring water and wear sunscreen due to the heat and lack of shade during the journey. If you are looking for a peaceful yet exciting tourist destination, this could be it.

4. For Art’s Sake

Located in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, For Art’s Sake is a unique combination of zoned sound effects and Thai-artist painted 3D artwork. These exhibits provide sculptures and other various types of installation art that are all designed to provide enjoyment for all of the visitors. Suitable for all ages, this photo-friendly museum is a great value for the entertainment it provides.

Some of the highlights of this attraction include the Mirror Climb, Illusion Windows, Horror Zone, Highlight Room, Imagination Zone, Childhood Zone, and the Hua Hin Zone. The staff members will happily help you find the best camera angles for picture opportunities, and all in all it is a fun way to spend an afternoon with your family.

5. Plearn Wan

Plearn Wan is much more than just an open-air themed mall – it has the feel of a living museum where you get to experience firsthand what life was like in the 1950s in Hua Hin. The two-story building is designed like a courtyard, which creates a unique architectural look all on its own and is complete with a large guesthouse, a photo studio, and an outdoor cinema screen.

As you approach this museum from the street, you will find its curious entrance, which is a large structure made out of reclaimed wooden planks. It acts as a time machine to transport you to the world of all things vintage.

6. Khanesha Gallery

The Khanesha Gallery is an authentic Hindu art gallery that offers an educational experience about historical facts and figures. In this museum you can find beautiful photography and paintings by Thai artists while learning about the history and culture of the area.As you plan your vacation to Hua Hin and enrich your cultural experience with any of these fantastic locations, consider immersing yourself in the culture even more by checking out a rental property in Hua Hin. With our beautiful properties, we promise there is a perfect place for anyone.

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