Get ready for a week filled with mouth-watering seafood, live music, and lots of fun activities as Thailand’s oceanside city of Cha-am prepares to host its annual seafood festival. From March 11 to 18, visitors can enjoy a range of delicious locally caught seafood at the event. The festival will be held from the viewpoint of the Cha-am beachfront.
Whether you enjoy grilled prawns or squid, fried fish or crab, there is sure to be something to suit your taste buds.
The festival also features a walking street and night market where visitors can purchase local products and souvenirs. It’s a great opportunity to experience the local culture and interact with the friendly locals, Hua Hin Today reported.
The festival’s live music is also sure to dazzle attendees. There will be local bands and musicians entertaining visitors with traditional Thai music as well as more modern styles.
This will be Cha-am’s eighth annual seafood festival. The festival’s location, Cha-am beachfront, is currently undergoing renovations but is expected to be completed in time.
The Cha-am seafood festival is an event not to be missed, offering the perfect opportunity to experience the local culture, enjoy live music, and indulge in delicious fresh seafood. With its great location and welcoming atmosphere, this festival promises to be a treat for both locals and tourists alike.
Thailand’s neighbouring seaside cities of Cha-am and Hua Hin are known as coastal getaway areas in Thailand that are quieter than hotspots such as Phuket. Both cities’ economies have historically thrived thanks to their fishing industries.
Cha-am is a popular weekend destination for Bangkok dwellers needing a beach holiday since it’s close enough to travel to from Bangkok for only a short amount of time.
On top of the upcoming seafood festival, Cha-am is soon hosting a few other festivals as well.
Starting on March 4, Cha-am will host Thailand’s biggest reggae festival. A coffee and craft beer festival is also coming to Cha-am from March 17 to 19.
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