Hua Hin & Cha Am Holidays
A holiday in Hua Hin & Cha Am combines a contemporary holiday destination with the feel of a busy fishing village. With Hua Hin lying directly south of Cha Am, these two glorious destinations see a busy flow of holidaymakers from the capital. Popular with the locals of Bangkok, you’re sure to experience the real Thailand on your Hua Hin & Cha Am holidays.
Luxury Holidays in Hua Hin & Cha Am
If you want your idyllic surroundings and pristine cerulean skies to be complimented by luxurious resorts, then here are two locations that couple ancient environs with a high sense of exclusivity. There are a host of luxury amenities here to choose from; fine culinary establishments, great resort bars, and spas.
Imagine opening the windows to your private suite overlooking the Gulf of Thailand before descending your hillside habitation straight onto pristine white sands.
10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Hua Hin & Cha Am
- A length of 5 kilometres of beach!
- Wonderful street food and seafood cooked on the spot
- Check out the atmospheric Nightly Street Market
- Get on a boat and go fishing
- Elephant camping
- Great spas
- Fancy a walk? Trek and discover more!
- Brilliant dive locations
- Comprehensive menu of water sports
Things to Do in Hua Hin & Cha Am
There’s just so much of nature to experience you’ll be walking till your legs turn to jelly. Explore this wonderful stretch of coastline on the Gulf of Thailand and discover idyllic scenes at Khao Tao Hill. You’ll find a more secluded beachfront than Hua Hin as well as a large image of Buddha facing out into the ocean.
For something to quench your historical yearnings, why not visit the Klai Kangwon Palace. Comprising of three Spanish style mansion structures looking out to the sea, this beautiful construction was commissioned under the command of King Rama VII.
Directly opposite this spectacular palace you’ll find the Butterfly Garden. A verdant and vibrant natural space, here you can glimpse the complexity of the orchid and observe numerous butterfly species in a preserved area.
For a sample of the local art scene, check out the Arts and Crafts Centre on Naepkhehat Road. You’ll encounter a private collection of contemporary Thai artists with pieces ranging from paintings, sculptures, and artisan handicrafts.
If you happen to coincide your trip with the month of June then try to see the Hua Hin Jazz Festival. With tropical conditions, coupled by some ‘jazz on the beach’, you’ll get a unique sense of relaxation. Imagine lying on the beach with the clear cerulean sky above providing the perfect backdrop for the staccato rhythms of the saxophone permeating the afternoon air.
In this region of Thailand you’ll find, like most, a tropical climate of high humidity and irregular rain. When rain does occur it usually comes down very heavily for a very short period of time. The weather is divided into three separate seasons; in June the rainy season commences until October; the cool season occurs from November to February; and the hot season is between March and May.
Interesting Facts About Hua Hin
- Province – Prachuap Khiri Khan
- Area – 838.9 sq. kilometres
- Population – 85,099
- Currency – Baht
Interesting Facts About Cha Am
- Province – Phetchaburi
- District established in 1897
- Home to the only American university in Thailand (Webster University)
- Currency – Baht
Hua Hin & Cha Am Holidays 2022 / 2023
Here at Kenwood Travel we can provide all inclusive holidays, weddings and honeymoons. For a bespoke package, adding cruises or multi-centre trips onto your journey, give us a call! With 40 years worth of experience we’re well placed to offer you the benefit of our extensive knowledge. Avoid disappointment and book now for your 2022 / 2023 holiday.