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Ray's Place, Hua Hin, Thailand

Ray's Place is on the corner of on Amnuaysin Road and Sra Song Road, Hua Hin and is the twice weekly Hua Hin Jazz Jam place to be on Mondays and Thursdays

Rays Place is on the corner of on Amnuaysin Road and Sra Song Road, Hua Hin and is the twice weekly Hua Hin Jazz Jam place to be on Mondays and Thursdays

Rays Place Restaurant could be the home of Hua Hin’s hottest jazz music scene, and probably its best-kept secretRay’s Place Restaurant could be the home of Hua Hin’s hottest jazz music scene, and probably its best-kept secret. If you're a jazz musician, like jazz or just want a good time in the open air, then Ray's Place, Hua Hin is the place to be on Monday night and Thursday night any week of the year.

Mr Ray, himself a musician, is also the organiser of the 'Jazz Train', Music Excursion that runs from Hua Hin periodically through the year to various scenic spots in Thailand.Owned and operated by 'Mr Ray', Rewat Suriwong from Ayutthaya, Ray's Place is an open air Barbeque (BBQ) serving baked potatoes, meat, Thai food and refreshment of the amber liquid kind!

We visited Ray's Place in February 2008 and found that by 9 o'clock the jam was on!

The singer Jorn from DenmarkWith an open mike session there was a keyboard player from Flagstaff, Arizona (Route 66), a rhythm guitarist from somewhere else in North America, a base guitarist from another planet! The saxophone player was from Holland, trombone player from Denmark, horn player from Sweden and drummer from Thailand, not forgetting to mention the singer Jorn from Denmark, or is it Habana, too. All jammin' the 'Highway from Chicago to LA' with jazz all the way there and back!

Owned and operated by 'Mr Ray' - Rewat Suriwong from AyutthayaThe beer was cold and not overpriced, there was room for close to a hundred seated and the standing room was getting thin on the ground.

Mr Ray, himself a musician, is also the organiser of the 'Jazz Train', Music Excursion that runs from Hua Hin periodically through the year to various scenic spots in Thailand.

For example the Jazz Train in February 2008 took you from paradise in Hua Hin to jazz heaven for around 40 GBP which included the train ride, a jazz music concert with dinner, overnight in a hotel at a very cool resort, more jazz and a tour of Baan Krut, possibly one of Thailand’s last undiscovered gems. All this and more jazz on the way back to Hua Hin in time for dinner the second day. See www.huahinjazztrain.com

If you want to go up-market a bit and still listen to geart jaz in Hua Hin then go to Coco51.





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