Popular markets and entertainment venues near iSanook Resort & Suites Hua Hin

Cicada Market : It is a Weekend night market with vendors selling art, clothing, decor & handmade goods, plus entertainment.It is 2.8 km away from the resort and we also have a complimentary shuttle service which can take our guests to this market. For more information visit : Cicada Market

Tamarind Market :” It is a Chic and Chill Festival Evening Market where you could eat, meet & greet other people, chill and enjoy live music.Tamarind market is 3 km away from our resort.For more information visit Tamarind Market

Night Market Huahin:Night market experience is entertainment in itself. Here is where you can get a real grasp of local culture and opportunity by practicing your Thai during the bartering process. Even if nothing on offer suits your fancy, just walking around and soaking up the atmosphere is a great source of entertainment with the various street vendors and live entertainers around.It is just 8 km away and can be reached with our complimentary shuttle service.For more information visit Night Market Huahin

Vana Nava Water Jungle : Vana Nava is a jungle-themed attraction with waterslides, plus an obstacle course, multiple pools & concessions. For more information visit Vana nava water park

Black Mountain Water Park : It is a large water recreation complex with 9 slides & 7 different types of pools, plus dining facilities.For more information visit Black mountain water park

Rajabhakti Park :Rajabhakti Park is a historically themed park honouring past Thai kings from the Sukhothai period to the current royal house of Chakri. For more information visit
Rajabhakti Park

Mrigadayavan Palace:Mrigadayavan Palace is a former residence of King Vajiravudh, or Rama VI, who ruled Siam from 1910 to 1925.For more information visit
Mrigadayavan Palace

Huay Mongkol Temple : Parklike Buddhist temple known for its enormous statue of storied monk Luang Pu Thuat.For more information visit Huay Mongkol Temple

Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park : Khao Sam Roi Yot is a marine national park in Kui Buri District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand. It covers 98.08 km², of which 20.88 km² are marine areas. The park was established in 1966, and was the first coastal national park of Thailand. The park includes Thailand’s largest freshwater marsh.For more information visit Khao Sam Roi Yot

Monsoon Valley Vineyard:Formerly known as Hua Hin Hills, Monsoon Valley Vineyards is the home of Monsoon Valley Wines, and is part of Siam Winery’s vision to bring wine culture to Thailand. Our vineyard is testament to the fact that quality grape-growing is possible in Thailand’s tropical climate.

Hua Hin Train Station :Built during the reign of King Rama VI, and only a short distance from the centre of town, Hua Hin’s railway station and adjacent royal waiting room are undeniably attractive. The brightly painted wooden buildings that are Thai in concept and design somehow manage to have a ‘Victorian’ feel to them.For more information visit Hua Hin Train Station

Praya Nakhon Cave :A shard of sunlight illuminates an elegant pavilion in this massive cave, accessed by hike. For more information visit Praya Nakhon Cave

Pa la-u Waterfall:Scenic setting with a waterfall, fish-filled pools & a series of moderate to challenging hikes.For more information visit
Pa la-U Waterfall

Khao Takiab : The area’s namesake also provides its biggest attractions, Khao Takiab Mountain delivers sensational panoramic views of the area as well as the rare experience of hanging out with gangs of monkeys. Generally the area is an incredibly scenic one, just walking promises great viewing of rural Thailand.For more information please visit Khao Takiab