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What places to visit in Cha Am?

What to see in Cha Am

The first tourist attraction in Cha-Am is obviously its long beach. But there are some curiosities on the edge of the beach like a Buddha with six arms hiding eyes and ears or a fishing village. And out of the city, between Hua Hin and Phetchaburi, there are many points of interest, temples and national parks.
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Other visits suggestions in Cha Am

  • The fishermen village
    At the end of Ruamjit Road after Wat Neranchararam. There are many fishing boats and you can eat seafood and ultra fresh fish in its restaurants.
  • Wat Neranchararam
    and its amazing Buddha statue with 6 arms hiding his eyes and his ears
  • Cha-Am Forest Park
    Shortly before the TAT office on Phetkasem Road. Possibility of camping
  • Phra Ratchaniwet Mrigadayavan
    Royal summer palace in woods a few miles south
  • Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park
    On a hill a few kilometers from Phetchaburi. Temple consisting in several buildings. (8:30 - 16:30 - Fee: 150 baht)
  • Huay Mongkhol Temple
    and its huge statue of one of the most respected and revered monks in Thailand, Luang Phor Tuad. A few kilometers south-east.
  • Pa La-u Waterfall
    a few kilometers after the Huay Mongkhol Temple
  • Kaeng Krachan National Park
    Vast natural park, forests, lakes, waterfalls ...
  • Tham Khao Luang
    and its cave temple with a skylight that illuminates a sitting Buddha. Temple and his cellar with a skylight that illuminates a golden sitting Buddha. A few kilometers from Phetchaburi, it has many Buddha images. From the top of the mountain, you have a superb viewover the area...

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Wat Ming Muang

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Completely white, this temple is surprising even if it is very modest compared to the beautiful White Temple in Chiang Rai. 2 minutes walk from Wat Phumin , take the time to pay him a visit.


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Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri

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This temple in the city is partly perched on a hill. It is a high place of pilgrimage, the best known in Thailand for the Tak Bat Thewo ceremony which takes place at the end of Buddhist Lent. It...


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Phimai temple

phimai temple

at 60 kilometers from Nakhon Ratchasima, the city of Phimai has one of the most beautiful Khmer temples in Thailand. The Prasat Hin Phimai (in Phimai Historical Park) has much in common with...


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Phang Nga Bay

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one of the most beautiful natural scenery in Thailand with its limestone cliffs and mountains in a turquoise sea. The main attractions in the bay are the famous James Bond Island and Koh Panyee...


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