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Cha-Am Thailand Climate
Cha-am has a tropical climate with high humidity and occasional rain. It is typically pleasant however, and can be enjoyed all year round. Cha-am weather forecast
Generally, the best of the year though to visit Cha-am is in the cool season from November to February but for those who like it hot then the hot season is from March to May (temperature gets up into the high 30s). The rainy season (it doesn’t rain every day) is from June to October with September being the rainiest of all.
For those who don’t appreciate the rain, then be advised that the rain in Thailand usually comes in short sharp bursts. It doesn’t usually drizzle for long periods of time unlike in say England :-).
BAAN TALAY SAMRAN CHA-AM LOCATION MAP / HOW TO GET THERE
Getting to Cha-Am is easy with many transport options available on the newly upgraded highway. Cha am is located 180 km south of Bangkok.
We don't provide any transport services, but we have good experience with Taxi Ann and recommend our guests to book online with this company and avoid paying agent and referral fees. We are not affiliated with this company in any way and don't provide any guarantees for their services or punctuality.
Pre-order a taxi online in advance is the recommended and most comfortable option to avoid the "hustle and bustle" in the airport!
Taxi to Cha-Am from Bangkok and Suvarnabhumi Airport
A taxi from Bangkok & Suvarnabhumi Airport is the quickest and easiest way of getting to Cha Am. The trip should take about 2 - 2,5 hours depending on traffic. Costs should be in the range 2000 - 2800 Baht. (
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If you require a taxi from Bangkok International Airport (Suvarnabhumi) there is an official taxi stand just outside the arrivals hall (look for the sign Public Taxi). The limousine services available are more expensive than an ordinary taxi.
Minibus to Cha-Am from Bangkok
Minibuses (or minivans) to Cha am and Hua hin start from Victory Monument in the centre of Bangkok. Catch the BTS Skytrain to Victory Monument. Make sure you take exit #2 and look for the Century shopping centre and the minibuses are just down the stairs on the left hand side
The fare is only 180 Baht and takes 2 and a half hours, dropping you off at the top of Narathip road ( the main road down to the beach). Minibuses run from 06.00 until 19.00 and depart every 30 minutes or earlier when full.
The space available for luggage is quite small, so if you have big suitcases it's not convenient (you can also be charged - 100 baht per piece of luggage).
To Cha-Am and Hua Hin by Train
Trains departure from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue railway stations several times daily. Most trains stop to Hua Hin while only two trains stop at Cha-Am.
The price for train ticket is around 100 baht. Visit State Railway of Thailand for more information on timetables and fares.