The inaugural “Hua Hin Old Days Festival” took place last Friday in the square area in front of the Blue Port Shopping Center in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, with both Thai and foreign tourists in attendance.
This is to ensure that both Thai and foreign tourists are aware that Hua Hin is a “must-visit” destination, as well as to encourage people from Hua Hin and neighboring provinces to visit and feel as if they have stepped back in time. Hua Hin is Thailand’s most popular seaside tourist destination due to its art, music, nature, and stunning beaches. The goal is to make Hua Hin a popular vacation destination for both Thai and international tourists.
The Hua Hin Old Days Festival, according to Ms. Wajee Klomkliang, Executive Director of Hua Hin Asset Co., Ltd., was organized to bring color to the city of Hua Hin and to e ncourage tourism and reawaken Hua Hin’s musical city. This event will take place on the first week of each month. With special highlights in the selection of music genres that are hard to come by as they grow popular, as well as the hot topic that will be displayed each time the event changes monthly,
Another goal is to make Bluport Hua Hin a music entertainment hub that brings diversity in music and the arts for Hua Hin residents and tourists to relax and join in listening to music, consuming works of art at night, and enjoying sweet and savory food and special drinks brought up especially for this event.
The music festival presented the theme “HUA HIN JAZZ AND BLUE MUSIC” for the first time and featured local artists who entertained everyone. Work areas are ready to be organized in various zones, such as art exhibitions in the ART VILLAGE zone of the Hua Hin Artist Village, the CRAFT ZONE, a handmade product shop, handmade craft products, the NEVER GETS OLD ZONE, local restaurants, and special drinks. Come and relax while listening to classical music. Between March 3rd and March 5th, at The Square in front of Blue Port Hua Hin.
Mr. Achawan Kongkanan, Director of the TAT Prachuap Office, was present. Ms. Erblap Sriphirom, Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Phetchaburi Office, and Mr. Chokchai Wongjakphat, general manager of Blue Port Hua Hin Shopping Center, were among the honored guests, and the event was attended by a large number of Thai and foreign tourists.