Welcome to InterContinental Hua Hin Resort. We hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New Year holiday and are having a great start to 2020.
This first month of the year continues an eventful time here at our resort. Late last year we had the grand opening of our new Pirom restaurant, and in January 2020 we’ll be further unfolding a new chapter in the story of Thai cuisine, one that highlights Thailand’s four culinary regions: North, South, Central and Northeast. In mid-January at Pirom, a notable event indeed will be a very special Chef ’s Table dinner – A Journey Through Thailand with Chef Mama Duu. It’s one time only on 18 January so don’t miss it.
Speaking of food and drink, our venues are always in tune with the seasons and make every holiday a truly memorable occasion. That will certainly be the case during the Chinese New Year period in late January this year. In days before and on 25 January you can expect fantastic feasts in addition to a spectacular lion dance show as we welcome the Year of the Rat. For those celebrating Chinese New Year with us at InterContinental Hua Hin Resort, I speak for all at resort in saying we’re delighted you’ve chosen us and we wish you all the best throughout 2020.
So an eventful January. And there’s more to come in the next couple of months. A quick mention then of a major international sporting event headed to Hua Hin in February: the WTA Thailand Open 2020. The tournament brings top-level women’s professional tennis to Thailand and will feature exciting matches pitting players from around the world. The event will be held at True Arena Hua Hin and runs from 8 to 16 February.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy an evening with a legendary Michelin-starred chef when Chef Henk Savelberg presents a specially created menu at our Azure seafront restaurant on Saturday, 21 March 2020.
Pirom Restaurant invites you on a journey of the senses to Thailand's four culinary regions.