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Thailand’s Oldest Beach Resorts

Cha-am and Hua Hin are both closely associated with Thai royalty, and located on the Gulf of Thailand, some 3 hours southwest of Bangkok. These are quiet and relaxing seaside resorts, ideal for family vacations. Merely 15 miles apart, Cha-am in Phetchaburi and Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan enjoy a wealth of satellite attractions. Prominent among these are national parks and historic cities.

01. Miles and miles of white sand beaches (Hua Hin / Cha-am / Pranburi)

Hua Hin Beach is a 3-mile white sandy beach lined with a wide range of accommodations, from bungalows to five-star hotels and resorts. Its twin resort town, Cha-am, is famous for a long and clean beach, as well as excellent fresh seafood. While offering a tranquil atmosphere, both beaches have fun-filled activities, ranging from sun bathing, horse riding, kite boarding, and water sports. South of Hua Hin lies Pranburi, a relatively new destination blessed with endless miles of white sandy beaches.
02. A king’s seaside getaway: The Maruekhathaiyawan Palace

The summer seaside palace, often referred to as “the palace of love and hope,” is located midway between Cha-am and Hua Hin. It was built in 1923 using golden teakwood, with a dazzling composition of verandahs and latticework in regal proportions. Enjoy the beauty of the summer palace, a two-storied wooden pavilion with a series of connecting halls and a long corridor leading to the sea.
03. The architectural wonders in Phra Nakon Khiri Historical Park

This historical park covers a hilly area with historical temples and a summer palace. The palace was built in 1860 by King Rama IV and was named Phra Nakon Khiri Palace, locally called Khao Wang. The park itself is comprised of royal halls, temples, a museum and other buildings, which were elegantly constructed in Thai, neoclassical Western, and Chinese architectural styles.
04. Thailand’s massive playground: Kaeng Krachan National Park

Kaeng Krachan National Park is the most extensive national park of Thailand, occupying area of 1,125 square miles. Visitors enjoy year-round a green jungle, rich flora and fauna, an 18-level waterfall, and participating in outdoor activities such as rafting, bird and butterfly watching, and trekking.
05. The park by the sea: Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

This coastal national park covers an area of limestone mountains, mangrove swamps, and beaches. It is also home to various kinds of local and migrating birds, which are plentiful from November to February. With a large number of ridges, Khao Sam Roi Yot (or The Mountain of 300 Peaks) stands as a landmark for seamen, providing a good shelter for ships during a storm.
06. Songs and revelry await you at the Hua Hin Jazz Festival and Hua Hin Regatta

Enjoy live jazz performances from local and international artists, brought together on the beach of Hua Hin in June. Jazz lovers are guaranteed a fantastic experience from sunrise to sunset. At the close of July, sailors gather for the annual Hua Hin Regatta, testing their skills over three days of competition. The coveted trophies are the Royal Vega Rudder trophy of HM the King, Super Mod National Championship trophy from HM the King, OK Dinghy National Championship trophy from HM the Queen, and Princess Cup for Optimist Championship of the late HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana.
07. Luxurious golf courses and amenities

Hua Hin and Cha-Am offer eight championship golf courses within a twenty-minute drive from Thailand’s first 18-hole course, Royal Hua Hin, to the railway station, to the Jack Nicklaus-designed Springfield layout. All are just a pitch and a putt, and should be followed by a cooling dip in the sea or perhaps a beachside massage.
08. Spa retreats taken to a whole new level

Home to Asia’s first internationally acclaimed health resort, “Chiva Som Resort and Spa,” Hua Hin, Cha-am, and Pranburi have beautiful private spa retreats. Harnessing the best of traditional Thai style, the spas make for a relaxing scene beside sandy beaches. The resort towns are also home to unconventional and contemporary spas, blending perfectly with the surrounding countryside. Inspired by their stay, many visitors leave saying they have been “reborn.”
09. Shop for the best artisanal gifts

Some of the best buys include the printed cotton, a silk fabric called Khommaphat, hemp hats and handbags. Hua Hin night market is an ideal spot for handicrafts, hand-woven printed cotton, silk, pottery, and woodcarving. To satisfy a sweets craving, head to Cha-am. Khanom Mo Kaeng, made from palm sugar, flour, eggs, and coconut cream, is the most popular among all the treats.
10. Simple yet fresh and excellent dining choices

Seafood is superb here, and can be prepared to suit anyone’s preferences. Local favorites include Phetchaburi’s Khao Chae, a rice dish served with ice and sweetened meat, and Khanomchin Thotman, or rice noodles with fish cakes. Hua Hin night market is best to try the local specialties.