Located about 45 minutes from Hua Hin’s city centre, Santorini Park has been modelled very closely to that of Santorini, the city in Greece, hence the name. Here are some basic pointers about the park if you are planning a visit the next time you are in Hua Hin.
The Park at a Glance
The theme park has a large G Max Giant Swing, a water playground, a haunted house, a bungee, a climbing structure and a 40 m Ferris Wheel. There is plenty of space for little children to play around as well as a significantly big water park which is a hit during the summer.
Recommendations When Visiting
If you are bringing young children with you to the park make sure to take them to the Swiss Sheep Farm, Camel Republic and the Santorini Water Park which is where they can have a lot of fun.
Opening Hours and Admission Fees
Santorini Park is open from 10 am to 7 pm every day and costs only 150 baht for entrance. You will have to pay separately for rides.
The park is located just 34 km from a hotel in Hua Hin so you can spend the day here and go back to your hotel in the evening.
How to Visit
The best way to visit the park especially with children in to hire a cab from the taxi service. Ask your local hotel the likes of Avani+ Hua Hin Resort for more information.