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Situated at the port end of the beach. Walk to the end of the beach and over the bridge. On the left is Wat Naranchararam (not spelt as on TA who have got it wrong). A different sort of Wat with lots of photo opportunities....More
Nice mordern Wat (Temple) with a mixture of Buddhist and Hindu statues. Great for snapping a few picture but do be careful of dogs. Most of the dogs in Cha am are harmless but there is one dog at this place who actually growls and...More
Interesting Wat to spend half an hour or so looking round.
Situated at the very north end of Cha-Am front road where the hotels etc run out. Spelt incorrectly on TA, see attached picture.
Definitely worth dropping in as there is plenty to see including...More
Quiet Clean Good place to relax and unwind in your travels.
If you happen to be on the way or want to explore some of Wat's at Chaam this is one of the places to visit. Simple, quiet, clean, good, relaxing.
As usual, donation for...More
My my partner and my little boy came here last week, it was really colourful and my little boy was very fascinated.
I bought a few souvenirs from the stalls and put money and gifts on the Buddha and so on.
We went to look...More
Well maintained place which is at the end of the cha-am beach stretch at the North. Has a pond and is a good place to spend time in cha-am..
you can ride to the place in a cycle if you are staying in the main...More