In early December 2010 Hua Hin will be hosting a Food Festival at the Royal Queen Park
Online PR News – 09-November-2010 – – This event was launched in 2005 and is seen as way to promote tourism in the area and also to aid the preservation of the cultural traditions of Hua Hin.
This four day festival starts at 7.30 pm and finishes at 1 am and gives tourists and visitors ample opportunity to sample a variety of Thai food and enjoy the entertainment provided by the student and professional entertainers.
Hua Hin is the oldest and most traditional of the Thai resorts. It somehow manages to combine the attractions of a modern holiday with the charm of the still active fishing port. It is also different in that it doesn't only cater to foreign tourists but also to Thais.
Hua Hin has a fantastic 5 mile long beach and also has lots of world class golf courses with the fees being amongst the lowest that tourists will find.
When visiting the area one can't help but notice the old world charm and as well as spending days on the beach there are also plenty of other leisure activities for visitors to enjoy.
For visitors and tourists to Thailand who want to discover the wonderful parks, peaks, caves and waterfalls of the area, Hua Hin hotels are available for accommodation while sampling the traditional Thai cuisine at the Food Festival.