Monsoon Valley Vineyard formerly known as Hua Hin Hills Vineyard is a must visit for serious wine lovers. Located 45 km outside Hua Hin in a beautiful Mountainous area and not far from the Myanmar border. At Monson Valley Vineyard they now have proven that they not only make wine in 13th latitude but they can do it well. The Vineyard now produces Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvigon, Merlot and more.

Hua Hin Hills Vineyard was started by Thai national Chalerm Yoovidhya, a wine lover that wanted to produce wine and introduce wine culture to the Thai people.  He now has produced many award winning wines and own 3 successful vineyards in Hua Hin, Tab Kwang and Chiang Mai.

Visiting Monsoon Valley Vineyard is an excellent day trip not only for the wine yard but the beautiful landscape that surrounds it, just down some kilometers away wild elephant herds can be seen on the roads at dusk, if you are lucky.

To spend day at Monsoon Valley Vineyard is a pleasure starting from the chance to look out of the car as you head out to the countryside surrounding Hua Hin. At Monsoon Valley Vineyard there are many options to entertain yourself. There is not only the Wine tasting but as well options of exploring the countryside with Mountain bikes. They even arrange classes where you can paint your own wine bottle labels and bring the bottle home. Or take a Vineyard jeep tour while learning the needed steps to make good wine. Last but not least you can stop by Sala, Monsoon Valley Vineyards restaurant to have some gourmet dishes paired with Monsoon wines. At the restaurant there is a shop corner, where you can buy Souvenirs and of course all their amazing Monsoon wines.

Opening hours

  • from 09:00 to 18:30

Admission fees

  • free entrance


  • from Bangkok – 220 km (3 h 05 min)
  • from Hua Hin – 35 km (45 min)

Nearby attractions

How to visit:

We recommend to contact Hua Hin Cab. You can send them your own itinerary and ask for a quote or pick one of the day tour packages available on their website.