Activities To Do in Cha-Am


If you are longing for a peaceful respite from city life, Cha-Am is a beautiful beach town that serves as a great pit stop for some activities before continuing your trip to Hua Hin Town. From riding ATVs to feeding sheep, be prepared to unwind and have fun with your loved ones in Cha-Am! 


Just 20km north of Hua Hin, Cha-Am Beach is a bustling place popular among the locals. With fresh seafood and a myriad of beach activities, such as jet skiing and banana boat riding, Cha-Am Beach is the place for you, especially if you do not want to go to the increasingly-touristy Hua Hin Beach. For those who wish to stay here overnight, there are also many hotels situated along Beach Road.


Situated on Bor Khaem Road, Cha-Am ATV Park is a must-visit place if you want an exhilarating outdoor experience. Get ready to discover the beauty of the peaceful countryside as you manoeuvre around the various driving tracks and engage in fun activities like archery and paintball.

Cr: Cha Am ATV Park Thailand


If you are an animal lover, Swiss Sheep Farm is one of the best places to visit in Cha-Am. A large European-themed farm comprising goats, sheep, horses and more, don’t miss out on the opportunity to feed the animals and take pictures with quirky photo displays! 

Cr: Swiss Sheep Farm
Cr: Swiss Sheep Farm


Another place that all animal lovers should visit is Pansook Food and Farm, where you will get the chance to interact with animals like ponies and rabbits. Besides the farm, there is also a cosy restaurant and souvenir shop from which you can enjoy a meal and buy souvenirs to remember your travels. 

Cr: 1000 Sook Cha Am
Cr: 1000 Sook Cha Am


Perched on top of a hill, Wat Cha Am Khiri is a peaceful and spacious Buddhist temple that is only accessible through the Golden Naga Staircase. Beautifully decorated with pictures and sculptures, you are bound to learn a thing or two about Thailand’s history after visiting Wat Cha Am Khiri. 

Cr: Wat Cha Am Kiri

It is also worthwhile to explore the ancient Church from the Ayutthaya period and head over to the reclining Buddha cave, which is shaped like a Bodhi leaf. 

Cr: Wat Cha Am Kiri


There is no better way to enjoy nature than to visit Cha-Am Forest Park, a small but quiet park often frequented by locals to exercise, ride a bike or embark on a nature trail along the river. You may even spot wild gibbons swinging from tree to tree if you are lucky!

Cr: Pornchai Wongchai

With all these activities to do in Cha-Am, we hope you have been inspired to visit Thailand. For more recommendations on what to do around Thailand, visit or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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