This Puk Tian resort is on the beach, 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Puek Tian Beach, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Chao Samran Beach and Cha Am Hospital. Cha-am Beach is 10.2 mi (16.4 km) away.
This hotel is located in Tha Yang (Klat Luang), where area attractions include Wat Song Phi Nong, Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand - Wildlife Rescue Center, and Chang Hua Mun Royal Initiative Project. Regional attractions also include Kaeng Krachan Lake.
Located in Tha Mai Ruak, this hotel is within 16 mi (25 km) of Premium Outlet Cha-am, Springfield Village Golf Club, and Santorini Park. Wat Song Phi Nong and Cha Am Hospital are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated in Tha Yang, this hotel is in the same area as Premium Outlet Cha-am and Santorini Park. Regional attractions also include Swiss Sheep Farm and Cha Am Hospital.
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Tha Yang is located 20 miles northwest of the notable city of Hua Hin.
Nothing beats waves rolling on the horizon and that salty ocean air. Head to Don Hoi Lot, 55 miles to the northeast. If time permits, drive on to Cha-am Beach, 14 miles to the east.
If you enjoy the great outdoors, visit one of the region's natural environs. Tham Khao Luang Cave is located 25 miles from Tha Yang, while Khao Yoi Cave lies 30 miles away.
Make the trip to Don Khun Huai to visit Swiss Sheep Farm and Santorini Park. It's 9 miles away from Tha Yang, and worth the trip. Cha-am is another option to consider. It's about 13 miles away, and is the location of Cha-am Forest Park and Camel Republic.
You should experience Tha Sen. It's about 19 miles northeast of Tha Yang and it contains some excellent visitor attractions, including Wat Kamphaeng Laeng, Wat Yai Suwannaram and Baan Peun Palace. Big C Superstore and Wat Mahathat Worawihan are also safe bets for hours of fun.
It's good to slow down the pace from time to time. You'll be happy to hear that this region has some nice ways to do just that. Fill your lungs with fresh air when you're cycling or beach combing.
Bring along an open mind and hop aboard some guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Swimming and snorkeling are some of the thrilling watersports to keep you on the go.
Not all activities rely on good weather. When the rain starts pelting down, head for cover at the art museums, art galleries and craft workshops of Central Thailand.
For an outdoor activity that everyone is sure to love, check out the region's popular open-air markets.
Combine education and fun when you visit the region's age-old historic sites. In particular, you should try and see some of its traditional villages, historic palaces and war relics and monuments.
This region is known to have a rich spiritual side. This is reflected in its sacred temples and shrines.
Very often, a destination's true essence can be discovered in its simmering pots and pans.
Your vacation wouldn't be complete if you didn't try khao phat nam phrik long ruea (rice, chili and duck’s eggs) and kuai-tiao rat na (wide rice noodles in gravy).
If you're in need of a non-alcoholic beverage, one option is Thailand.
The real soul of a region is to be found not just within its landscape, but also in the rhythms of its native tongue. Learning just a few day-to-day phrases and sayings in Thai will make your experience much more rewarding. Mâi khâo jai is the Thai way of saying I don't understand. Cheers/good health! is another nice one to have in your arsenal, so try pronouncing Chai-yoh.
Experience the spirit of national pride on the 5th of December for Birthday of King Phumiphon.
The only downside of going on vacation is that, eventually, it must come to an end. While you may feel a bit emotional bidding "Laa gòn ná" to Tha Yang, just keep in mind that you can always return!
If you're traveling by air, remember that the nearest airport is 85 miles to the east.
It's recommended that you book a room as soon as your dates are confirmed, because Expedia's Tha Yang lodging page currently doesn't list a wide range of accommodations.