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Places to visit in Cha Am

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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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