• Baan Plern Ploen 2 Bedrooms Beachfront Apermeant

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    Room facilities:24 H security, Air Condition, Balcony, Kitchenette, Microwave, Outdoor pool, Parking - garage, Private beach, Toaster, TV

    A great two bedroom condo beachfront

    Beachfront Condo Hua Hin Baan Plern Ploen for rent closer to the beach than ever. We provide full facilities for your highest level of comfort.

    Bed size:1 king-size/1single bed (3.5 ft)

    Room size:80 sqm


Baan Plern Ploen Apartment

Welcome to the gorgeous Baan Plern Ploen apartments in Hua Hin. This is one of the very few condominiums available in this particular location which is right on the beachfront. There is much to see and do in the area and a lot of it is within walking distance, including some awesome little bars and local restaurants. There are also some incredible local food vendors that provide some of the finest culinary treats that Hua Hin has to offer – All on your doorstep.

The apartment block is located roughly 5 minutes away from the Hua Hin city and some of its more popular beaches. Hua Hin city centre boasts a number of fantastic shopping malls and local night markets.

The condo itself has a spacious, covered balcony that looks over the beach below and boasts and absolutely breath-taking sea view. There is 24 hour security within the complex for your safety and a private parking garage for those who are renting transport.

If you’re not one for swimming in the ocean and you would rather relax by a pool, you can enjoy the comfort of the sizeable outdoor swimming pool that lies just moments away.

The condo itself is spacious and well-furnished with plenty of the necessary amenities that will bring you much comfort. You can enjoy the television with international channels and the Wi-Fi for those who are keen on keeping their friends at home up to date with their adventures. The kitchen has a fridge-freezer and a microwave along with some other self-catering essentials should you require them.

Baan Plern Ploen apartments in Hua Hin are a top choice for those who are looking to escape from the mundanity of reality and live for a short-while on the beachfront, breathing the fresh ocean breeze every morning. Don’t miss out on this wonderful accommodation at such competitive prices.

Check-in time

Form 14.00 PM

Check-out time

Until 12.00 AM




  • 24 H security
  • Air Condition
  • Balcony
  • Beachfront
  • Cable Tv
  • Microwave
  • Outdoor pool
  • Parking - garage
  • Towels provided
  • TV



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Hua Hin

Hua Hin


Hua Hin, the oldest resort town in Thailand, has, unlike many other areas, managed to combine modern features with the charm of a continuously active fishing port.

Hua Hin started its existence in 1920 when Rama VI and Rama VII built their summer residences here to escape Bangkok’s heat. The most famous of these palaces is Phra Klai Kangwon Ratchawang which translated into English means something like “Far from Worries.” The town then became popular with the nobility and wealthy Thais from Bangkok who built villas by the sea. When a 200km railway between Bangkok and Hua Hin was built, more visitors started flocking to the seaside town.

Every year, Hua Hin welcomes at least as many Thai tourists as foreigners.

Hua Hin Today
You will find a host of international hotels and restaurants in Hua Hin and the city has also become a popular choice for many expats who have bought or rented apartments in and around the city. Many retirees have also chosen this spot to live, as prices for homes remains extremely cheap.

On weekends, both Thais and expats living in Bangkok head over to Hua Hin, causing some of the city’s streets to resemble Sukhumvit on a Friday night, so nightlife enthusiasts will feel quite at home. As Hua Hin is under royal protection, you will not find adult entertainment here. The city is perfect for family friendly holidays.

Hua Hin has a 7 km long white sandy beach where you can participate in the water activity of your choice, as well as rent horses and go for a ride along the beach. In addition, Hua Hin is famous for its many small seafood restaurants situated on the beach, where you can order a feast quite cheaply while watching the sunset.

Hua Hin is a departure point for tropical island expeditions, such as Koh Talu. The area also offers some of the best golf in Thailand, beautiful Buddhist temples, traditional markets, music festivals and stunning scenery. In short, Hua Hin offers something for everyone and is the perfect holiday destination for people of all ages.

Attractions in Hua Hin
Although you can easily spend your days lazing on the beach and eating your fill of fresh seafood, there are many other things to do in and around Hua Hin. We have compiled a list of the best activities and attractions in Hua Hin. Try also the new walking street…..


1: Bluport International Shopping Mall
Bluport Shopping Mall, the best and newest shopping mall & fashion mall in Hua Hin. Bluport Hua Hin Resort mall offers high quality fashion products, restaurants, kids land and entertainment and with more than 200 shops to choose from …

2: Vana nava Theme Water Park
A new and world class water park in Hua Hin – The Vana Nava Jungle Water Park. A great premiere vacation activity and a lot of fun for kids and families in all ages.

3: True Arena Sport Park
Asia’s premier sports complex and the largest, most comprehensive sports center in the seaside resort town of Hua Hin with more than 11 tennis courses, world class fitness center, Pool, Restaurant, football fields any many other sports activities to choose from.

4: Phra Ratchaniwet Mrigadayavan
This palace is located approx. 10 km from Hua Hin and was built under Rama VI as a holiday home for the king who suffered from arthritis. The palace was constructed by an Italian architect who strove for an elegant and airy style. The palace is surrounded by a beautiful garden where a Thai orchestra helps transport you back in time.

5: Hua Hin Railway Station
The train station is an iconic piece of local architecture that was previously used as a royal waiting room. The pavilion is red and white and is almost a symbol of Hua Hin’s evolution from a small fishing village to a royal residence. The railroad made Hua Hin the popular holiday destination it is today.

6: Hua Hin Wineries
About 45 km from Hua Hin, you’ll find an idyllic vineyard where Monsoon Valley wine is manufactured. Here, you can spend a day learning about wine growing in a tropical climate and taste some local specialties. Onsite activities also include a petanque court, trails where you can go mountain biking and the possibility of riding on elephants.

7: Baan Silapin Art Gallery
This art gallery was opened by a local artist in a shady palm grove. Here you can see exhibits from over 20 different local artists, including many from Bangkok, who have chosen to settle in Hua Hin. You can also take an art course by the charismatic Khun Nang.

8: Hua Hin Golf
Hua Hin is rightly known as one of Thailand’s best golf cities, with 8 golf courses located within a half hour drive from Hua Hin. The golf courses are surrounded by beautiful mountains and there are courses for both experienced and novice golfers.

9: Hua Hin Night Market
The Night Market in Hua Hin stretches from the city centre to the railway station and is open from 6pm every night. Here you will find a plethora of small, quaint street restaurants serving local delicacies as well as a myriad of stalls selling local crafts, souvenirs and clothing.

10: Temples in Hua Hin
Over 95% of Thailand’s population is Buddhist and therefore beautiful temples can be found throughout Thailand. Hua Hin’s main temple is Wat Hua Hin, located in the heart of town. If you want to try to feed the giant catfish, an excursion to Wat Bor Fai highly recommended. Remember to always be neatly dressed when visiting a temple in Thailand: no shorts, tank tops and the like.

11: Pala-U Waterfalls
Pala-U Waterfalls in Hua Hin is a favorite destination for nature lovers. You’ll see one beautiful waterfall after another, thousands of butterflies and even wild elephants. Remember to bring swimwear, so you can go for a dip with the trout.

12: Black Mountain Water Park
If you’re bringing the kids, a trip to Black Mountain Water Park in Hua Hin highly recommended. Features include many different pools, slides of all sorts, a “lazy river” and plenty of food stalls.

13: King Cave and Monkey Island
A boat trip to Monkey Island and King Grotto is typically a Hua Hin holiday highlight. You can feed monkeys, see beautiful scenery, go fishing or swimming and explore the royal cave where you can see a pavilion built for Rama V.

In addition to these activities and sights there are a host of other exciting experiences that await in Hua Hin. Hua Hin has it all: a beautiful beach, great nightlife, lovely restaurants and a wealth of natural beauty, so it is highly recommended to stay here for at least a week.

Sports and nature

Sports and natureEven though Hua Hin is quiet little seaside town, you can where you can find a kaleidoscope of activities for every inspiration and motivation whether it is land based or waterborne activities and relaxing, strenuous and sportive ones. All activities can be found on the beach and inland at reasonable fees. The stunning landscape of these areas allows abundance of activities that can be done in the natural resources such as sailing, kiteboarding, snorkeling, scuba diving, horse riding on the beach and many more. If you want to feel driven by adrenaline, there is a variety of exciting things to do here as well, for example Go Karting, paintball, visiting safari and adventure park. Relaxing and educational activities are also available. The beach in Hua Hin is perhaps the major reason why so many holiday makers like to come here, for an enjoyable seaside break and to experience everything else the town offers. Hua Hin has a little bit of everything and while some might bemoan that it’s somewhat too busy on weekends and national holidays, it continues to be a well-liked beach destination and draws many visitors from all over Thailand and abroad. Some visitors like to spend all day at the beach, topping up their tan or just escaping from the summer heat. On weekdays it’s usually quiet, but come the weekend large numbers of Thais descend on the town and the beach.


NightlifeToday you will find a host of international hotels and restaurants in Hua Hin and the city has also become a popular choice for many expats who have bought or rented apartments in and around the city. Many retirees have also chosen to live in this little paradise, as prices for homes remains extremely cheap. Hua hin is a popular tourist attraction at weekends, when both Thais and expats from Bangkok flock to, causing some of the city's streets to remind Sukhumvit a Friday night, so if you feel like a fun night out, this can also easily possible in Hua Hin. As Hua Hin is under royal protection, you will not find gogobarer and similar places in the same style as such in Pattya and the Hua Hin city is perfect as a holiday resort for families. Dining in Hua Hin is something that is very delicious and inexpensive. The shores and Golf of Thailand is this idyllic beach retreat. Most notably, Hua Hin's geographical position makes it a perfect place to savor some seafood specialties, hearty food, steaks, sushi and traditional Thai fare are easily found everywhere in Hua Hin. A visit to Cha Am, Hua Hin and Khao Takiab is incomplete without tasting some of the local seafood dishes. The usual approach is to pick the type of seafood (blue crab and tiger prawns are highly recommended), then how you’d like it cooked, hot pot style, grilling, steaming, deep-frying …... There are many dining options in the Hua Hin area serving thai, French, Western, Chinese, Indian, Mexican, Danish and Japanese food. Hua Hin is very inexpensive, although prices can vary from as little as 20 baht for street food to more than + 4,000 baht for delicacies at the upscale restaurants. Dining by the sea is not a luxury but more of a common feat for every one coming to Hua Hin. Be sure to taste Tom Yum Gung; the spicy and sour prawn soup is considered Thailand's national dish. For those looking for a drink after the sun goes down, there is an ample supply of bars and pubs, some of which have live music. In addition, all of the hotels have bars and lobby lounges, many featuring live entertainment, like in coco 51 and the internationals hotels like the old Sofitel, today known as Centara Grand Beach Hotel. 

 A useful dining tip for those not too fond of spicy food, (mai ped) meaning not too hot, will ensure a non eye-watering dish finds its way to your table. Thai food is of course very tasty, eaten both on the street and in seated restaurants. One of Thailand's great lifestyle feats is the cost-effective and delicious street food. Vendors are littered around Hua Hin, and you may even end up enjoying your most memorable Thai dish served up from a simple food cart. To truly savor the food culture of Hua Hin a number of different experiences is advised, try example the famous Moon Smile restaurant in the heard of Hua hin center.

Culture & history

Culture & historyThailand's oldest resort in Hua Hin, has, unlike many other places in Thailand managed to combine a modern resort with the charm of the continuous active fishing port. Hua Hin started its existence in 1920 when Rama VI and Rama VII built their summer residences to escape Bangkok's heat. The most famous of these palaces are Phra Klai Kangwon Ratchawang which translated into Danish means something like "Far from Worries." The place was then an in-place for the nobility and wealthy Thais from Bangkok who built villas by the sea.
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