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The holiday destination of choice for the Thai Royal Family, there is a reason why Hua Hin and Cha Am have been receiving the royal seal of approval for more than a century now. Discover this spectacular destination without going beyond your budget by choosing from our extensive range of excellent value 3 star hotels and resorts, each specially selected for their quality and comfort.
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The Regent Chalet Regent Beach
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Includes Hotel & Flights based on 7 nights, Bed & Breakfast

Set away from the town of Cha Am, the hotel boasts a secluded venue to further emphasise the feeling of peace and serenity in a more personalised atmosphere. The surrounding area consists of tropic foliage and soft sands leading to splendid vistas that stretch out over the blue hues of the sea.

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Ibis Hua Hin
Ibis Hua Hin star star star
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fr £529.00
Includes Hotel & Flights based on 7 nights, Bed & Breakfast

Ideal for those travelling to Hua Hin on a budget, the Ibis Hua Hin is positioned as a modern, value-for-money property for the cost-conscious.

Located just a five minute walk from the beautiful sands of Hua Hin beach, Ibis Hua Hin belies its excellent prices by offering comfortable, spacious and functional accommodation for couples, families and business travellers.

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The Regent Cha-Am Beach Resort
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fr £679.00
Includes Hotel & Flights based on 10 nights, Bed & Breakfast
This resort sits amongst 40 acres of lush tropical gardens on the beachfront just 7 km from the centre of Cha-Am and 20 minutes from Hua Hin. The guestrooms are divided between two separate wings each with their own reception and lobby. The Main Wing has comfortable guestrooms in an informal and relaxed setting. The Regency Wing has larger and more luxurious rooms and suites as well as Thai style villas on the beachfront. Recreational facilities ... Show More
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Hua Hin & Cha Am

As the choice place of residence and summer destination of the royals, Hua Hin and Cha Am, prove to be a relaxing weekend retreat for Thais and visitors alike. These pristine beach resorts feature a beautiful mix of powdery beaches, dramatic mountain ranges and a charming city that is full of vibrant markets and friendly people.

Here, guests are treated like royalty – massages on the beach, dining on delicious seafood, walking the halls of palaces and experiencing the unspoilt rainforests full of lush greenery and exotic animals.

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Things to do in Hua Hin and Cha Am

  • Explore Cicada, Cha Am’s vibrant night market.
  • Dine on fresh seafood and traditional Thai food at Thanon Chomsin.
  • Hike the lush, monkey-filled hills of Khao Takiab “Chopstick Mountain” to the temple at the top.
  • Camp in Kaeng Krachan National Park while surrounded by an abundance of wildlife.
  • Spend time on some of the country’s best golf courses in Hua Hin.
  • Enjoy stunning views overlooking the Hua Hin cityscape from Hin Lek Fai (Flintstone Hill).

For more information about Travelbag’s custom holidays to Hua Hin and Cha Am, please contact us at 0203 139 7074 and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable experts.

Bring lightweight, breathable clothing. Casual clothing is common, just be sure to cover up when visiting temples, palaces and other public places. The sun is almost always out during the day, so sunscreen, hats and sunglasses are essential.

It is advisable to bring a first aid kit, complete with insect repellent, a mosquito net, water purification tablets rehydrating solutions, and other pain medications and antibiotics. The community atmosphere and oftentimes lack of privacy means that any valuables should be kept locked up. Bring padlocks for precious belongings. Also pack plenty of waterproof bags to protect cameras, phones and other items from the natural elements. A pocket-sized torch will also come in handy. It may also be a good idea to bring snorkelling equipment, tents sleeping bags and other outdoor items depending on your plans.

  • Capital - Hua Hin, Hua Hin; Nong Chok District, Cha Am
  • Currency – Baht
  • Language – Thai is the official language and English is widely used.
  • Time Zone – GMT + 7 hours

The weather throughout Hua Hin and Cha Am is relatively constant year-round. While the area does experience three distinct seasons, the warm weather can make it difficult for visitors to differentiate between the three. Throughout the year, daily averages reach 27°C.

The three seasons are referred to as “cool and dry", "hot" and "rainy." The dry season runs from November to February. These days are filled with sun, afternoon winds, average temperatures of 26.5°C and little rainfall. This is often considered the best time to visit.

The hot season is from March to June, during which daytime temperatures can reach 29°C and higher, with high humidity levels. Lastly, the rainy season extends from July to October. The average temperature is 28°C during the day and slightly cooler at night. Afternoon rain showers are common, and while the area does not receive the same amount of rain as other parts of the country, it still sees occasional downpours and flooding.


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