Featuring Thailand’s longest stretch of beach, Cha-am has a small but quiet beach “town” where there are some charming seafood restaurants and plenty of open-air eateries, not least of which are the rows of beach umbrellas where hawkers sell barbequed shrimp. Accommodation ranges from backpacker-friendly European owned hotels to boutique spa retreats, ideal for a romantic rendezvous.
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If you enjoy splashing around in the water you can try swimming, jet skiing and banana boating at the beach in Cha-am. More water sports such as parasailing and wind surfing can be found.
Try ATV, horse riding, paintball and even archery all in one place at the Cha-am ATV Park. There are three tracks for ATV driving with stunning scenery of mountains and lakes all around, a great way to spend a fun few hours with the family.
Cha-am Fishing Park and Khao Yai Fishing Park are both located in Cha-am and easy to reach. Hire a fishing rod and practice your fishing skills in a relaxing natural environment and release your catch back in the water.
There are plenty of convenience stores in Cha-am and also a Premium Outlet which includes brand name shops selling discounted goods from clothing to accessories. For more choice the Market Village department store is located in Hua Hin 25 minutes away. To pick up a local souvenirs head to the beachfront and browse the small local shops or take a tuk-tuk to Hup Kapong village for locally produced handicrafts. There is also a market near the train station in Cha-am where you experience the local culture and pick up some tasty snacks, clothes and etc.