By The Nation
Hua Hin has earned the “riviera” tag thanks to its upcoming motorway, high-speed train and new domestic flights linking it with Bangkok.
Clients are being invited to sample the InterContinental lifestyle at the exclusive “Feast De La Mer” campaign, which has been extended until the end of August for families who wish to spend quality time away from Bangkok at the weekends.
The campaign saw sales of InterContinental Residences Hua Hin soar to Bt2 billion in June and July as its developer Proud Real Estate announced a completion date of 2022.
Proudputh Liptapanlop, managing director of Proud Real Estate, points out that the success of the familiarisation activity shows how Hua Hin is revered as Thailand’s top beach resort with comprehensive amenities, shopping malls, restaurants and eateries, plus famed hospitals that make it the perfect post-Covid 19 “new normal” destination for city dwellers looking for a home away from the capital.
Tourism in Hua Hin is booming and becoming a prime choice among discerning travellers thanks to the government’s Teaw Pun Suk package and Rao Teaw Duay Kan campaign, which has been subsidising accommodation and flight costs since July.
Meanwhile, Hua Hin will soon offer more comprehensive transportation links than other destinations, including a motorway, high-speed train and new domestic flights. It will also reap the benefit of the government’s east coast tourism initiative known as the Thailand Riviera, including a new coastal road being built southwards through Samut Songkhram, Phetchaburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumpon and Ranong, to raise the standards of tourism to an international level.
Moreover, plans to construct fundamental infrastructure to support the Thailand Riviera initiative will make travelling to Hua Hin even more convenient. These include a motorway from Nakhon Pathom to Cha-Am, a high-speed train from Bangkok to Hua Hin, a double-track railway from Nakhon Pathom to Chumpon already operating, and extension of the Dao Khanong-Bang Khun Thian expressway to Thonburi-Paktor to ease traffic congestion.
Meanwhile, more comfort and convenience for travellers will come from Bangkok-Hua Hin flight links. Airlines are also preparing to launch more flights to Hua Hin – from Chiang Mai, Udon Thani and Phuket in the near future. With all infrastructure combined, Hua Hin will become a significant gateway to tourism in the south of Thailand.
Besides being a vacation home for quiet weekend getaways, InterContinental Residences Hua Hin is also designed as an everyday permanent residence complete with ample facilities and amenities catering to the New Normal, enhanced by 24-hour services from its globally renowned hotel brand. With its unparalleled quality and facilities for family life, InterContinental Residences Hua Hin has met with phenomenal feedback since its launch.
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