Enjoy a day of fun and donate to a local charity
Hua Hin Activity Guide
Hua Hin is a great beachside retreat town for your next incentive or team building trip. From your base at one our excellent partner hotels, you will have access to everything Hua Hin has to offer. The beachside town is easily reached from Bangkok and is equipped for a wide range of exciting adventure, indoor, outdoor team building activities as well as CSR opportunities.
Our adventure and outdoor activities are both challenging and sure to build confidence and better communication among your staff. The Jungle Adventure team building activity can be staged in the nearby majestic national parks of Kaeng Krachan, Khao Sam Roi Yot, or Kui Buri. These areas are some of the most biodiverse areas in Thailand and are teeming with wildlife and plant life as well as other points of local geographical, cultural, or historical interest. The Water Regatta and Outdoor Olympics are two of the most popular team building activities as they are real physical occasions and aim to improve team dynamics through team and individual sporting challenges.
Indoor team building activities in Hua Hin are just as productive towards building team spirit in your company. Among our most popular indoor team building activities are the Top Chef and Cocktail Shakers challenges. Your staff will learn about the local southern Thai cuisine and then compete in team cook-offs and cocktail mixing challenges to recreate classic southern Thai dishes like massaman curry or Muay Thai punch cocktail.
Once you’ve spent some time team building, you can also give back to the local community through team projects for local charities. Teams learn about local environmental and community issues from charities and work together to create CSR projects. One of our more unique communal CSR projects is the Build a Bike initiative. Teams learn about corporate social responsibility and are sent on various related CSR team building activities before heading off to build bikes and at the end donating them to the local orphanages.