Cha Am is one of the places to go to if you want to get out of Bangkok Town. Though out Thailand's history the kings of Thailand have come to this and Hua Hin beach to take a break from the big city.
Cha Am sits on the gulf of Thailand and enjoys those sweet cool sea breezes during the hot summer months that have made a trip here a pure delight. It is also one of the places to come to enjoy excellent seafood and restaurants vie with each other for the best table and best menus.
Golf is now one of Cha Am's key attractions and there are now 13 golf courses withing 60 minutes of the city center. There are a plethora of quality hotels and budget accommodation to put up town wearied folk down from Bangkok and many local attractions to keep everybody happy.
Webster University has 200 American students learning Thai language, culture and South East Asian studies.
Seeing All the Key Attractions in Hua Hin As an old town that was once just a small fishing village, there are many key attractions in Hua Hin that you won't want to miss once you've made the trip to Thailand. The area itself is the country's oldest beach resort, dating from 1926 when King Rama VII built his beachside palace Klai Kangwan (translated "Far from Worries"). In fact, this palace is one of the key attractions in Hua Hin that you won't want to miss. Another of the key attractions in Hua Hin is the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, Thailand's oldest, still in operation after some 70 years.