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While Hua Hin is not a wild party town like Pattaya or Phuket, there’s still plenty of options for a night of loud music, strobe lights and vodka shots. This post will give you an overview of the town’s nightlife areas and some of my favorite venues.
Take note that bar/nightclub business is fickle and I cannot guarantee 100% that all of the venues listed here are still open by the time you read this – I do my best to keep this as up-to-date as possible, but sometimes a long-closed bar may be left here. I’d appreciate if you leave a comment below in case you notice any outdated info here. Cheers!
The main nightlife district is located in the touristy Bintabaht area. Littered with dozens of small bars, few nightclubs and some restaurants, this area draws in a healthy crowd of both tourists and locals.
Another nightlife hotspot can be found in the northern part of town, along the main road. The few large clubs, pubs and restaurants here are hard to miss. The establishments here are targeted for Thais.
Located in the heart of Hua Hin, this area around Soi Bintabaht offers the most choice in venues. You’ll find an Irish pub, nightclubs, some Italian and French restaurants, and many small beer bars and massage parlors here.
It should not come as a surprise that many of the establishments here, especially the smaller, seedier looking places, are built around prostitution. These places can be easily recognized by the large number of young(ish) women hanging around, trying to lure all men they see inside for drinks. If you are a single man, be prepared to get approached and groped by many of the working girls (or “girls”), especially if you don’t sport the large beer belly and shiny male-pattern baldness as many farang tourists here do.
“Normal” nightlife venues include el Murphy’s Irish pub and Blue Monkey nightclub to name a few. Especially the latte is popular among the local students and young professionals in addition to tourists. Keep this in mind if you’re looking to meet local girls (or boys) in non-transactional basis.
Bintabaht area is small and easily navigable on foot. I recommend to leave your car or motorcycle parked outside the area, to avoid difficult drive-through of the narrow and crowded streets. Or consider staying in one of the guesthouses within walking distance, or check out the hotels map – there’s plenty of choice in this area!
This narrow soi consists mostly of small beer bars, massage parlors and a few restaurants. In addition, several guesthouses can be found here. Like the seedier parts of Bintabaht, this area caters largely to foreign sex tourists, although it’s not so uncommon to find normal Thais here on a night out too.
In all honesty, I’m not really familiar with this place so I cannot give any bar or restaurant recommendations. But the area is easily reachable and easy to navigate on foot, so you should have no problem in exploring yourself. All the venues cater to foreign tourists, so they’re easily approachable.
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