If you wake up at about 7am and walk to the piers in either Hua Hin or Cha-Am, you can watch the fishing boats return with their loads. Workers sort fish, crabs, and squid, packing them on ice for distribution around the country. In both Hua Hin and Cha-Am, look for the docks at the very north end of the beach; to sample the catch, head for the string of open-air restaurants on stilts, along Naresdamri Road in Hua Hin, where prices are very competitive. Seafood is a big draw here and it would be a shame to leave without pigging out on fresh-caught grouper, prawns, or tilapia.
The resorts have more restaurants than there is room to list, and no matter where you stay, you’ll have solid dining options in-house. In town, there are lots of small storefront eateries and tourist cafes as well.
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