Here’s a brief of what you need to know to have your dream wedding at Hua Hin.
Hua Hin is known to be a delightful mix, where the city meets the sea, in an urbane ambience, festive markets, flavourful street eats and long beaches.
Quaint fashionable beach town boasting of a long strip of five star hotels – Sheraton, Hyatt Regency, Dusit Thani to name a few. We assure these hotels have the capacity and know how to host your wedding.
Having done numerous weddings, we make certain that Hua Hin is a the most popular choice, amongst few others in Thailand.
Best Time to be there…..
The dry season is roughly from November-February. Here, nights can get cool and the average temperature is 26 degree celsius. There is plenty of sunshine and the afternoons can get windy.
The hot season extends from March-June. Temperatures can easily reach an average of 29 degrees celsius, with daytime heat rising to 35 degrees+. Nights are also hot and humidity rises. It isn’t unsual to experience light showers towards the end of this season.
The rainy season lasts from July-October. Hua Hin does not suffer from extreme monsoon downpours. Temperatures can reach an average of 28 degrees celsius with the evenings slightly cooler.
The Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok is around 220 kms away from Hua Hin with about three hours drive.
Hua Hin is part of the Thai Riviera, about three hours’ drive from Bangkok. It is a seaside town, cultured, but not as busy as the bigger cities.
A beach wedding at Hua Hin can make the most of the lovely east-facing beaches. As an experienced wedding planner Hua Hin, Keeran can find that perfect spot for you, close to town for convenience, or maybe a little more secluded.
For those seeking a luxury hotel, Hua Hin boasts a hotel strip with several big-name international brands, such as the Sheraton, or Hyatt Regency. Our experience as a luxury event planner Hua Hin means that they can find the ideal venue in the town to suit your wants.
Hua Hin is at its hottest from March to June. The rainy season is from July to October, though Hua Hin doesn’t suffer from extensive monsoon rains. The dry season, from November to February, is also the coolest time.