Along the boulevard you can rent a bike in many places.
Bicycles for one person, but also tandems, up to a bike for 4 people.
And all that for about 100 THB per day.
So after breakfast, near the hotel, we rented two bikes from a friendly lady. Return before 6 in the afternoon.
We have cycled all along the boulevard, which is about 5 km long.
Firts to the south.
It is becoming more quiet there. There are still buildings almost everywhere, but there are fewer shops and restaurants.
Almost at the end there are restaurants on the beach where you can also buy fresh to take home for example.
At the end the boulevard ends on the beach.
Turn around and now all the way to the north.
The north of the boulevard is much busier, much more shops, hotels and restaurants.
But nowhere you are bothered by cars or motorbikes. Cycling remains relaxed.
After a while, the road forks, but if you stay close to the coast
you arrive at the fishing port after a while.
There are a quite a lot of seafood restaurants.
And you can go to the pier. That runs some 100 meters into the sea, catch some fresh air and a nice view of the coast.
A nice thing to do, cycling in Cha-am.
Relaxed, yet exercise a little.
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