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Jazzy Hua Hin

February 5, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , ,

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Probably the most recognized and established jazz event in Thailand, the Hua Hin Jazz Festival takes place for the 14th time this year. Festival dates are will be scheduled for June at the beaches of Hua Hin.

Several stages will be set up, showing jazz, soul, New Orleans jazz, Bossa Nova, and Dixieland jazz. The 2014 festival was themed ‘Going Back to the Roots’ and focused on a broad international and local line-up.

Several hotels in and around Hua Hin will come up with attractive room rates and sponsored support to the festival. VIP and luxury events are usually organized at the festival grounds.

If you have clients interested in this jazzy festival, we’re at your service to help you get together the most attractive itinerary. Please drop get in touch with us via the yellow contact form below.

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