Monday, March 9, 2015

Cafes of Hua Hin, Thailand


Hua Hin is a beach town a few hours south of Bangkok. It is not known for its cafes culture and I found almost no information on the internet. Fortunately, a short stroll around town reveals a few  charming places to eat, drink, and work.



True Coffee 
True Coffee is a Thai chain. Their prices are high, on par with McDonalds and other foreign franchises. I enjoyed my time in their air-conditioned space (not common for Hua Hin). They only provide one free hour of wifi, which is another downside, but I enjoyed their English Toffee Latte.




Chan-Cha-La-Café
A charming locally run business with western and Thai breakfast. I had a fantastic waffle with ice cream, though their coffee was a bit bitter. Free wifi was easy to use. A very laid back, friendly place.





Together Café
Part café, part bakery, this is a popular place for Thai tourist. We took up the last two indoor seats in the small café.  I had a flavorful iced White Chocolate Mocha, and my partner ordered a hot Swiss Chocolate Orange Latte.



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