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Cheap flights to Hua Hin Airport (HHQ), Thailand

Hua Hin Airport (HHQ) is a small airport in Hua Hin district which is around 300 kilometres from Bangkok. Before AirAsia launched flights to Hua Hin last year, Hua Hin Airport only handled chartered flights. In 2018, it was announced that Hua Hin Airport will be undergoing upgrades over the next five years. On top of enlarging the existing terminal, an additional one will be built to accommodate more passengers. This signals a busier future for Hua Hin Airport.

Airlines that fly to Hua Hin Airport (HHQ)

Few airlines fly to Hua Hin Airport. One of them is AirAsia.

Travelling to Hua Hin

Best time to visit Hua Hin

The best time to visit Hua Hin is between November to February. During these months, the weather is warm and pleasant for outdoor activities. However, it will also be the busiest tourist season, so you’ll want to book your Hua Hin flights and hotels in advance.

April and May constitute the peak summer period for Hua Hin. With temperatures up to a high of 34 degrees Celsius, you must be prepared for the heat and humidity. It is, however, ideal for the beaches of Hua Hin.

Avoid the months between June to October if you do not want to have a rainy holiday.

Things to do in Hua Hin

Hua Hin is located in the province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, one of the most popular seaside areas in Thailand. Once the favourite holiday destination of King Rama VII, Hua Hin is slowly winning the heart of modern-day travellers too.

One of the best things to do in Hua Hin is to explore its night market. The Hua Hin Night Market is the place to shop for local handicrafts and feast on grilled seafood and mango sticky rice. For the artsy type, don’t miss the Cicada Market.

Beyond that, head to Khao Takiab (which translates to “chopsticks hill”) for a small hike. You’ll be rewarded with fantastic views at the top. Just be wary of the cheeky monkeys you’ll encounter along the way. At the base of the hill is a beach – just one of the many fine beaches in the area.

Hua Hin travel budget

Bangkok uses Thai Baht (THB) as its currency. As of 30 April 2019, THB8 = RM1.

As Hua Hin is located by the seaside, you can expect to find a huge selection of seafood. The price of the food in Hua Hin is affordable. A cheap meal in local night market should cost no more than THB200 (RM26), while a meal in the local restaurant costs around THB350 (RM45). Getting around the city is affordable too. Hop on a moto-taxi, tuk-tuk, songtaew, or rickshaw for only THB50 (RM6.50) per short trip.

In Hua Hin, you can find cheap apartment rooms rented for as low as THB350 (RM45) a night. If you intend to stay in a luxurious resort near the beach, be prepared to fork out as much as THB11,600 (RM1,500) per night. Browse through the range of hotels in Hua Hin to make your pick.

Hua Hin, Thailand visa information for Malaysian

Malaysians do not require a visa to enter Hua Hin. The visit is limited to 30 days for those entering the country via an airport, or 15 days for those entering via the land border with neighbouring countries such as Laos, Myanmar, and Cambodia.

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