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Thailand’s Hash House Harriers (HHH)


Here are some Hash House Harrier groups I could find online in Thailand. What got me started on this post is that I was floored to learn of an Ubon Hash House Harrier group that started 8/2008.

Ubon? I lived in Ubon for over a year and I gotta tell you… I didn’t know even one person that could run the short-trail, not to mention the long. Maybe times have changed there.

I ran in the Aloha Hash House Harriers for a bunch of runs. Apparently they were considering my name – based on an especially appealing dress I wore during the red dress run one time, but, thankfully I didn’t get one before I moved.

Hash House Harrier runs / groups are not right for everyone. When I heard the explanation of what it was – I wasn’t interested. However, when I went to my first run – I was hooked. It’s a good time – a great time really. Try it – even if you think it will suck – you’ll have a lot of fun. You can’t help but have a good time.

Here’s an old article I just found at ThaiPulse that I wrote about the Ko Samui HHH, I wrote a long description about what the group is and what they’re about…

Hash House Harriers

Here are some Thailand Hash House Harrier groups…

Bangkok Hashers

Cha-Am H3

Chiang Mai Underground Male Hash House Harriers

Chiang Mai Bunny Hash House Harriettes

Chiang Mai Happy Hash House Harriers

Chiang Mai Hash House Harriers

Chiang Mai Saturday Hash House Harriers

Chiang Rai H3

Hua Hin H3

Korat Hash House Harriers

Ko Samui H3

Pattaya Jungle H3

Pattaya Hash House Harriers

Phuket Hashers

Ubon Hash House Harriers -Here is another in-depth article about Ubon hashing written by an expat from a 1st person perspective…

Ubon is one of my favorite places in the world – why? The people. If you want to go by and experience the very best in Thailand’s people then stop by Darwin’s Ubon Ratchathani Hotel website and see what he has on offer. Ubon’s people are generous and sweet to a fault. Treat yourself to the real Thailand.

Photo credit: Ko Samui Hash House Harriers.


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6 thoughts on “Thailand’s Hash House Harriers (HHH)

  • July 20, 2009 at 12:52 am

    Subject – Thailand Hash House Harriers.

    You may like to add another hash chapter to your listing.
    The Pattaya Jungle Monkey H3 has existed for some years and is a very popular “all male” hash in Pattaya.

    Lord Lucan (on Sec) PJMH3

    • July 20, 2009 at 8:25 am

      I’ve not time to edit that – but, anyone can click on your link here to go see the site. Thanks for the addition!

  • March 31, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    The Bush is one of the best hashes that I have ever been to. Every chance I get I head to the Bush. Where else can you to drink cold beer, sit on colder ice and enjoy the company of some of the best hashers in the world. Thanks Pattaya Hash House’s and all the Hashers for making not just my hashing vacations great, but everyone else’s. On On
    Brotherly Love
    Okinawa Hash House (OH3)
    Be down in a couple of days so get the beer ready.

  • April 11, 2013 at 10:26 pm

    Great collection! Disappointed to see nothing in Nakhon Si Thammarat as I’m going there for a month and a hafl :(

    The Chiang Mai hashes have a new website, some of the old ones are getting out of date. It’s www,chiangmaihhh.com. Thanks very much :)

  • February 13, 2020 at 2:45 am

    Hi, great list. Another one for your list is the Bangkok Hash House Bikers (BHHB) – while not a running hash, many running hashers attend as it follows the same great philosophy – just on a mountain bike. Hashes are held on the last Saturday & Sunday of each month at an inexpensive resort within 2-3 hours drive of Bangkok.

    Website: http://www.bangkokbikehash.org
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bangkokbikehash

    Agent Orange, OnSec, BHHB


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