Thailand 2015: Santorini Park and Swiss Sheep Farm in Hua Hin

Wednesday, November 25, 2015


I didn’t know what to expect of Hua Hin at first, but I ended up enjoying every bit of our stay there. It’s a great place for a much needed R&R; It’s an even better location for a photoshoot (which was mostly what we did there, haha). There are a lot of destinations to choose from, but we picked Santorini Park and Swiss Sheep Farm.

How to Get to Hua Hin:
From Bangkok – via bus: Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai Bus Terminal, Pinklao) has trips from 4 a.m to 10:20 p.m.
via train: Hualamphong Railway Station trains are available between 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on weekdays and 8.30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday and official holidays

From Airport – via Airport Hua Hin Bus: “Pattaya – Hua Hin” counter on Level 1 near Gate number 8
Fare: THB 274/person; Travel time: 3-4 hours


Woke up to this view. Thanks to my pro traveler friends, we were able to book a wonderful beachfront resort for an inexpensive price. There are taxis (customized pickup trucks) outside, ready to tour you around Hua Hin. We rented one for half a day.

Before we got started, we fueled up on authentic Thai food. Good food, lovely view, great company.
Santorini Park Cha-Am, from its name, is inspired by Santorini, Greece. White walls, blue accents. There are stores, restaurants, museums and rides located throughout the park.

Odd man out. Green tea for me.

What a cute place. We spent our time wandering around, taking pictures and well, more pictures, haha.

We enjoyed having our photographs taken so much that we forgot about the time. Good thing, we still made it to Swiss Sheep Farm before it closed. What to expect: farm animals and picture perfect locations. There is also an archery range. I just couldn’t find the pictures.

You may feed the sheep. They will come for you once they see that you’re carrying food. 

So much love. This could be a prenup location.

We stayed there until closing time, ate at the restaurant recommended by our driver and called it a day.

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