Near the top of Malay Peninsula about 200 kilometres from Bangkok, Hua Hin is a resort town on a beautiful section of the coast. The town is situated on the north-western side of the Gulf of Thailand.
Maps of Hua Hin, Thailand
Maps detailing the town of Hua Hin show the road that follows the coastline as well as the streets and layout of the town. The topographical view of Hua Hin reveals the higher coastal elevations. Those visiting the town will find it useful to carry an updated map of Hua Hin with them for referencing during their stay.
Landscape Features of Hua Hin
Beach – The beach along the Hua Hin coast is very long and extends for at least 3 kilometres. The powdery soft sand is white. Other beaches along the coast are also lovely with sand.
Coral Reefs – Marine parks in the Gulf of Thailand have vibrant coral habitats.
Forests – Mangroves grow along waterways in swamps and near the coastline. Palm trees stand tall along the beach and verdant rainforest vegetation is found all around Hua Hin.
Mountains – Some low mountains are found inland near the town. A near peak with a road to its top is Flint Mountain, and it stands over 160 metres above sea level.
Waterfalls – With such lush mountain vegetation and many mountain brooks comes amazing waterfalls. Nearby, Pa Lau Waterfall runs down a stunning seven levels, and Sam Roi Yot National Park is known for its falls.