Cha Am, Hua Hin & Chumpun - Page 2
Cha Am has several hotels and bungalows located along the beach road, and a large hotel just outside the town.
There is a greater selection of accommodation at Hua Hin, from guest houses and mid priced hotels to up market resorts. Prices tend to be a little lower than Cha Am.
Simple bungalows are available on the beach at Ban Krud.
Chumphon has a number of guest houses, low to mid priced hotels, and a couple resort hotels all of which are good value for money.
Royal Garden Resort (HuaHin)
Located on a magnificent private beach, the hotel offers 220 rooms
and suites, all with uninterrupted views of the Gulf of Siam. Superb
restaurants can take care of the heartiest appetite breakfast, lunch
and dinner. Traditional Thai music and popular bands, playing light
listening and dancing tunes, plus a host of sporting options. Among
nearby attractions are the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, King Rama VI's
Teakwood Palace and Hua Hin's Famed Night Market.
Royal Garden Village (Hua Hin)
The best kept secret of Thailand. A truly Thai-style village resort,
comprising seven intimate clusters set amid 14-acres of garden and lily
ponds. A romantic stay in one of our 162 luxurious villas, decorated
throughout with Thai art and antiques, is accompanied by dining choices
ranging from a sumptuous selection of Thai cuisine, seafood and barbecue
specialties and international favourites. A pristine, private beach
with a wealth of water sports will tempt you. Tennis, golf and nearby
tourist attractions offer a full range of activities.
113/25 Phetkasem Road
Family hotel at the beach of Hua Hin
Cha-Am Holiday Villas
Self contained holiday villa's for rent 100mts from Cha-am beach.
Fully furnished, air con in main bedroom. 195 Pounds per week. Owner
available at all times. Cheap airport transfer available, (recomended)
2 hours from Bangkok International Suvarnabhumi Airport. British management. Discount 4-star hotel
accommodation in Bangkok. Cheapest air fare available.
Travel consulting, Bungalows for rent, Motorbikes for rent, Taxi service.....
Krua Chom Warn
Food and DrinkVendors on Cha Am beach sell food and drink. Opposite the beach are some very good seafood restaurants.
Hua Hin beach has several vendors serving food and drink at reasonable prices, or you can eat at one of the many restaurants in the town. Try the central market or the fishing pier for good inexpensive meals.
A good place to eat in Cha-am is at the resort hotels or you can try one of the many restaurants and food stalls around the town.
Ban Krud has just one small restaurant.
225/55 Long Beach Rd,
Thai & European Food at reasonable prices opposite of Hotel Long
Beach and next to Peht's Nightbar.
Krua Chom Warn
Of the three resorts Hua Hin has the best beach. It is almost 5km long and full of white sand and clear water which is ideal for swimming as there are no scooter boats.
Horses are available and are a popular way to explore.
However if you really want tranquility head a little further south to Ban Krud, which is located about 20 km before the provincial town of Prachuap Kiri Khan. Take a left turn at the sign Krua Chom Warn and about 5 km from the main road you will feel you are in another world. The unspoilt beach, where the waves lap gently on the sand, stretches for 5 km.
Phetburi, 25km north of Cha Am, is an interesting place for a day trip. It has many old temples which span several centuries. Six or seven of them are within easy walking distance of the town centre.
13km south of Hua Hin are Sai Yai and Sai Noi beaches. Further south is the town of Prachuap Khiri Khan which has some fine seafood restaurants. Those interested in temples should visit Khao Krailat which is 6km south of Hua Hin.
Inland from Hua Hin there is the Pa La U Waterfalls. The falls were discovered a few years ago in the hills that form the border with Myanmar (formerly Burma).
Chumphon has some fine diving sites with living coral and /underwater caves. Several of the offshore islands are worth visiting, Koh Kai in particular which has a fine beach and beautiful coral located in its shallow waters.
Many larger hotels have tennis courts and fitness centres.
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