Santorini Park Cha Am, Hua Hin
About Santorini Park Cha Am, Hua Hin
Santorini Park Cha Am, Hua Hin - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Petchburi, Phetkasem Road, Cha Am, Hua Hin, Thailand
Ticket Price: 150 THB
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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The Santorini Park is around half an hour’s drive from Hua Hin. It is a vivacious amusement park where games, rides, food, shopping and art amalgamate in a joyous atmosphere. The name is based on the fact that the amusement park’s architecture resembles Greece, what with white washed buildings having blue windows, rooftops and doors. The park is divided into 5 zones, with each zone having its own theme. The Santorini Park is a must visit if you are in town with your kids.
Santorini Park Cha Am Ticket Prices
- Hua Hin Resident: Baht 50
- Non Resident: Baht 150
How To reach Santorini Park Cha Am by Public Transport
- Take the red bus Petchburi-Hua Hin from Hua Hin local market.
- Cha Am train station
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Santorini Park Cha Am, Hua Hin Reviews - Write a Review
I had a pleasant stay here, the staff are kind and helpful. They listen to your request, even though I think that they need more training in their product knowledge and English but I know they are trying to give their best service. I love their interior, so pretty and colorful. They also have common room to grab coffee, tea or hot chocolate for free and a cozy playroom. There are no international chanel available, so watching TV is not an option if you can't understand Thai. Everything else is as good as I expected.
We only visited the water park which I did enjoy very much. However the for how much I enjoyed the park the down side was there rules on food and drink, we had a bag check which solo reason was to look for food and drink. This would not be a problem but once we were in the park most western food such as burgers and pizza was not available. I don't have a problem if you have food and drink for us in the park but when you don't there is no reason not to let us take it in. Furthermore we had to buy a towel but the quality was very poor, I wish there has been better quality towels as would be happy to buy on as a memory for our holiday.
Clean, plenty of chairs and shade, limited but affordable food options, fun for little and big kids. Lockers available. Cabanas can be rented for 2,000 baht per day; I think they have AC and TV! Bring your own towels but no outside food or drink. Pricey but worth it. Residents qualify for a discount.
Hua Hin santorini park as a tourist attraction .
Just a nice park for photo shooting. Reasonable entrance fees but the rides fees in side the park not worth to try. Less maintenance and the facility getting old.
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