Resort and Farm Ruensoifa, Cha Am
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At a Glance
Board basis explained
Board basis explained
...means that included in the price are all main meals, most drinks, which tend to be local varieties available during bar opening hours.
...means that breakfast, lunch and evening meals, are included in the price.
...means that your breakfast and evening meal is included in the price. In some cases you can choose to receive lunch instead of breakfast - the hotel will confirm this upon arrival.
...means that breakfast is included in the price.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price.
- Cha-am Beach 3.31 miles
- Swiss Sheep Farm 4.45 miles
- Santorini Park 4.61 miles
- Cha-am Forest Park 4.81 miles
- Puek Tian Beach 6.42 miles
- Camel Republic 8.86 miles
- Mrigadayavan Palace 10.26 miles
- Chao Samran Beach 12.09 miles
- Imperial Lake View Golf Club 12.09 miles
- FN Factory Outlet 12.61 miles
- Springfield Village Golf Club 12.97 miles
- The Venezia Hua Hin 13.17 miles
- Wat Bo Fai 15.78 miles
- Big C Superstore 16.77 miles
- Royal Queen's Park 16.90 miles
- Black Mountain Golf Club 17.40 miles
- Plearnwan Market 17.49 miles
- Baan Peun Palace 17.67 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Bangkok BKK
Cha Am is a beautiful beach resort, twinned with Hua Hin and located 170 km south of Bangkok, or 2 hours away, 25 km north of Hua Hin. Originally a small fishing village, Cha Am is appreciated for its quiet and laidback atmosphere, whereas Hua Hin has more facilities and a lot to offer tourists in the way of shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Cha Am remains a predominantly Thai resort, with a large majority of Thai tourists, so if you are looking for the real Thailand, for an authentic experience, Cha Am is it.
The main attraction is the clean, 5 km long beach, void of the busy activities found on Thailand’s popular beaches. Visitors to Cha Am usually come from Bangkok for the weekend, so the beachfront is quiet during the week and busier over the weekend. The sea isn't quite crystal clear, so diving or snorkelling is better suited further south, but thrilling banana boat rides or horse riding can be enjoyed, as well as a bike ride along the beach, or simply find a peaceful spot to read a book, or enjoy a traditional Thai massage under a parasol.
Take a Break From Relaxing
The statue of King Naresuan and Neranchararam temple are good to visit, located at the end of Cha Am north in a small park overlooking the sea, where it is eminent he was keen on cockfighting! Wat Cha Am temple is located west of Cha Am, and has a cave on a small hill where the image of Buddha inside the temple dates back to the period of Ayutthaya. Cha Am Forest Park is a quiet and relaxing place, ideal for a picnic, game of football or a jog, whereas Khao Nang Phanthurat National Park is a limestone mountain with many caves and a spirit shrine and statue of Buddha.
Shopping For Necessities
It may be music to your ears that Cha Am doesn’t offer much shopping opportunity, although markets and mini markets are everywhere. Cha Am does not however have a supermarket, with the nearest to be found in Hua Hin. You can buy souvenirs along the beachfront shops, where you will mostly find T-shirts or sea shell garlands. Cha Am market is on the other side of Phetkasem Road and offers tempting food delights and Cha Am night market (Talat Nad) offers more tempting food and clothes almost every day, except Monday and Wednesday, getting busier on Fridays. If a serious shopping fix is the order of the day, there is a factory outlet a few kilometers outside of Cha Am, where branded shoes and clothes can be found at discounted prices.
Dine Al Fresco
Cha Am is very popular amongst the Thai population, as superb seafood is available in abundance. Enjoy an ice cold beer with a snack from one of the numerous food stalls found everywhere; great if you’re on a budget. The food is usually very good and the more people sitting around, the more you can be sure. Restaurants are mostly on the beachfront and and Narathip Road, although if you cant bear to move yourself from your beach lounger, you can usually ask the beach restaurants for food and drinks, offering a great service, or buy food from vendors walking along the beach.
A Quiet Night Out
In comparison to other Thai resorts, there is not much nightlife in Cha Am, making it ideal for families, as there is no bar scene like in Pattaya or Phuket, although you can indeed play pool under pink neon lights. It is Thailand after all! There are no "Full Moon” parties here and people like it like that, as Western tourists are usually couples or families. Cha Am South, also known as "Cha Am Plaza" and Narathip Road are where most bars are located and the beachfront offers a few bars, including the Scandic, the Long Beach Hotel and Tony's Restaurant. As Cha Am is mainly a Thai resort, visitors can enjoy the laid back atmosphere, so if a more lively resort is needed, Pattaya or Bangkok may be more suited.
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