Grab services, which include Grab Taxi, Grab Bike, Grab Car and the newly launched Grab Food are currently available in 16 provinces in Thailand, with the firm planning to launch in a further 4 provinces before the end of the year.
A post confirming its plan to launch in Hua Hin was made on the Grab Facebook page. For those not aware how Grab works, customers can request a taxi in the form of a car or motorbike through the Grab app.
The app knows your location and then you tell it where you want to go. You can either pay in cash or through the app once you reach your destination.
Grab made headlines in March when it announced its acquisition of the Southeast Asia operation of ride hailing rival Uber.