Cha Am has a glorious, 4-mile stretch of white sand beach, but it's
rivalled by the one at Hua Hin, 20 miles further south. Hua Hin is
Thailand's oldest beach resort, popular with the Thai Royal Family.
There are 5 golf courses in the area, and nearby hilltop temples to
visit. A stroll around the markets is pleasant you'll find all sorts of
souvenirs; also the collection of art and local handicrafts at Hua Hin
Arts and Crafts Centre on Naepkhehat Road is impressive.
- Fabulous Beaches
- Great Food
- Golf Courses
- Hilltop Temples
Feb – 10th Chinese New Year
Mar – 11th Makha Bucha – celebration of Buddha’s first sermon to his disciples. (National Holiday)
Apr– 13/14/15th Songkran – Traditional Thai New Year, generally celebrated as a water festival. Celebrated on the 13th when the streets downtown are full of revellers, prepare to get wet.
May – 1st Labour Day (National Holiday), 5th Coronation day celebrating the day in 1949 when the current king was crowned. 24th Visakha Bucha Day which is the holiest Buddha day and celebrates the birth, enlightenment and entry into Nirvana of the Budda.
Jul – 22nd Asanha Bucha Day, 23rd Khao Phansa, this day marks the beginning of the Buddhist ‘lent’ period.
Aug/Sep – Hua Hin Golf Festival/Hua Hin Regatta.
Sep – Hua Hin Elephant Polo.
Oct –23rd Chulalongkorn Day (One of Thailands most revered Kings). This is a Public Holiday. 14th Ork Phansa marks the end of Buddhist Lent.
Nov – 18th Loy Kratong (Not a National holiday) but an evening when Thais pay respect to the goddess of the waters by floating candlelit offerings on any of the waterways around the Kingdom.
Dec – 5th King’s Birthday.
Please note: All events listed are for helpful information only and many are subject to entrance fees and/or prior reservation, and may be cancelled at any time. Please check with the relevant tourist office if you need further information on these or any of the other events in this region.
Different destinations have different magic touches so make sure to check them out to see what makes your holiday with us so special.
Direct Eva Air flights to Bangkok departing daily except Mondays from London Heathrow. Onward flights to Phuket, Krabi, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are operated by Thai Airways. Onward flights to Koh Samui and Koh Chang (Trat) are operated by Bangkok Airways.
For even more flexibility, call us for options to fly with Thai Airways International (direct), KLM via Amsterdam, Emirates via Dubai, Malaysia Airlines via Kuala Lumpur, Singapore Airlines via Singapore or Qatar Airways via Doha.
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Approx 11 hours 30 min to Bangkok (direct).
Approx 1 hour 20 min from Bangkok to Phuket, Krabi and Chiang Rai.
Approx 1 hour 30 min from Bangkok to Koh Samui.
Approx 1 hour 10 min from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and Koh Chang (Trat).
The official language is Thai. English is widely spoken in areas
Thai Baht (THB)
GMT +7 hours
British citizens do not require a visa for stays less than 30 days.