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Latitude: 12° 33.189' N
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Hua Hin is easily accessible by taxi / bus and train connections within 3h south of Bangkok
Distance to a city In the city
Access time Instant access (< 5min)
Easy to find? Easy to find
Public access? Public access
Special access No access issues
Alternative name Kiteboarding Asia
Spot quality Standard
Kite/wind? Good for KiteSurf
Style Freestyle, Freeride, Bump & Jump, Long distance
Week crowd Few surfers
Week-end crowd Few surfers
Water quality Clean
Tide No tide dependency
Hotel, Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, Rental, School, Rescue, Showers
Type Thermal wind
Force Light ( < 16 knots)
Main dir. NorthEast
Best dir. NorthEast
Best dir. relative Side-onshore
Period From March to May
November to January- the northeasterly monsoons, wind ranging from 8-20 knots. Wind blows in cycles averaging 6-10 days at a time. Wind is generally strongest in the morning decreasing over the day. Wind direction is generally northerly in the morning swinging slowly around to the northeast over the day.
February to mid May - Afternoon sea breezes 12-20 knots, kicking in around 13:00, building until around 17:00 then decreasing as the sun goes down.
Mid May to October – the south westerly monsoons producing gusty offshore winds: the rainy season!
Chest deep at about 50m, sandy bottom.
Hua Hin beach has choppy waves which get bigger as the wind increases, and a nice little shore break for shredding and boosting. Waves are smaller during the months of February to April. Some days in November to January can produce some big surf, great for the advanced kiter.
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