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Flights from Hua Hin to Kuala Lumpur get a little closer

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Anything that can be done to remedy this absolute travesty, is a good thing. I understand an important man did not like the noise before. No longer an issue. Come on guys. Lets get it together. Hua Hin is one of the most underutilized airports in the world, and by far the most underutilized in Thailand. It is a boil on the face of Thai tourism. Get those flights going, and do it as fast as you humanly can. Hua Hin desperately needs an airport. 

 

Time to man up, and do the right thing by your people, and the tourists that travel here.

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On 8/8/2017 at 3:04 AM, Felt 35 said:

Amazing........ foreigners have settle in Hua Hin because it up to now have been a bit more quiet and with a bit more slow going and well behaving foreign residents and still many want an relative idyllic town only disturbed by Scandinavians crossing the road to be terrorised by until now a relaxing airport turning nightmare with low fare confused tourist most interested in prices at the food court at Marked Village :omfg:

 

There is nothing quiet about Hua Hin these days. It is massively congested, and the development is rampant. What part of quiet are you seeing? Compared to what? Bangkok? Los Angeles?

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So they have moved the flight path to don mueang have they that's as close as it will get

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On ‎09‎.‎08‎.‎2017 at 1:12 PM, spidermike007 said:

 

There is nothing quiet about Hua Hin these days. It is massively congested, and the development is rampant. What part of quiet are you seeing? Compared to what? Bangkok? Los Angeles?

I cycle regularly soi 112 and go West. 3-4 hours a Saturday or Sunday morning and just a few cars around. Even midweek and also afternoon its relatively worry free to cycle in that area. (Btw, Its similar to Phuket 15 years ago but not to think about now) But guys/gals keep welcoming tour buses, light rail trams and flights landing in the middle of Hua Hin and yourself and many others are part of squeeze yourself out of Hua Hin eh unless of course soi  bintbath is your style :saai:  I compare with my short experience living 3 years in Bangkok, 15 years in Phuket and now lastely nearly two years on and of in Hua Hin:smile:

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8 hours ago, Felt 35 said:

I cycle regularly soi 112 and go West. 3-4 hours a Saturday or Sunday morning and just a few cars around. Even midweek and also afternoon its relatively worry free to cycle in that area. (Btw, Its similar to Phuket 15 years ago but not to think about now) But guys/gals keep welcoming tour buses, light rail trams and flights landing in the middle of Hua Hin and yourself and many others are part of squeeze yourself out of Hua Hin eh unless of course soi  bintbath is your style :saai:  I compare with my short experience living 3 years in Bangkok, 15 years in Phuket and now lastely nearly two years on and of in Hua Hin:smile:

 

Your point is well taken. In fact, I like Hua Hin quite alot. I visit regularly. I was referring to Phetkasem, and the surrounding areas. But, HH is a very pleasant town, and the hills are quite nice.

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8 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

 

Your point is well taken. In fact, I like Hua Hin quite alot. I visit regularly. I was referring to Phetkasem, and the surrounding areas. But, HH is a very pleasant town, and the hills are quite nice.

 

8 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

 

Your point is well taken. In fact, I like Hua Hin quite alot. I visit regularly. I was referring to Phetkasem, and the surrounding areas. But, HH is a very pleasant town, and the hills are quite nice.

Do I glimpse another cyclist.....mountain bike :smile:

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On 8/7/2017 at 9:31 PM, ginjag said:

Great news if it helps tourist people.

The biggest thing Air Asia could do is to grab a direct flight to the UK from DMK.     give Thai Airways a boot up the rear and avoid the KL connection.

 

Just off topic how is Udon an INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT when only domestic fly from there  ??

AirAsiaX used to fly to London but won't be doing it again any time soon.

 

Lao Air used to serve Luang Prabang from UTH as well as a few others that have subsequently trimmed their wings. I flew them to get to work in Vietnam when the yellow's had shut down the Bangkok airports. Tigerair had a brief flirtation to (I think) Singapore via UTH about 10 years ago.

 

 

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13 hours ago, Felt 35 said:

 

Do I glimpse another cyclist.....mountain bike :smile:

Yep. Just getting into it. Lovely sport. Cannot wait to find some more great routes. They are everywhere.

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