A place for shopping, photo taking, entertainment and rides, Santorini Park near Hua Hin was built to resemble a Greek island. Its white and blue painted buildings and windmill remind of the island Santorini in the Aegean Sea.
Rides & other amusement
Santorini Park offers entertainment for both young and old. Have lots of laughs posing in 3D artwork and making funny photos at the Trick Art Museum (Alive Museum) or go 40 meters into the air in the Ferris Wheel.
Other attractions are Haunted House, The Cage, Tubby, XD Dark Ride - 4D, Merry-Go-Round, Water Ball, Aqua Boat, Pony Cycle, Trampoline, The Maze, 4D X Ride, Slider and Wallhola. Rides and other attractions are 120 Baht per person, except for the XD Dark Ride - 4D, Alive Museum, The Cage (240 Baht each) and Slider and Wallhola which are free.
Funtastic Island for smaller children
Funtastic Island offers amusement for smaller children aged 4 to 10 like Ball House and Snow Playground / Ice Tubby.
A sign at the entrance displays whether any rides are closed as well as closing times for lunch (between 1 pm and 2 pm or between 2 pm and 3 pm).
Junior Super Fun Package
Children between 110 and 140 centimeters tall can buy the Junior Super Fun Package at 495 Baht. This includes unlimited rides at Ferris Wheel + Aqua Boat + Trampoline + Merry-Go-Round + Water Ball + Pony Cycle + 4D X Ride.
Shopping, restaurants, drinks, ice cream
Around Santorini Park are several dozen shops selling items as sunglasses, fashion, fashion accessories, sports wear, shoes and toys. Among them are brands as Levi’s, Lee, Adidas, Nike, Hush Puppies, Timberland and Ray-Ban.
There are coffee shops, several restaurants (Thai, Japanese, noodles, grill, hamburgers) as well as ice cream and drinks stands.
The quickest and most comfortable way to get there is by taxi or tuk tuk. Charter one in the center of Hua Hin and agree on price and duration before starting the trip. Book a round trip transfer since it is difficult to find a taxi or tuk tuk at Santorini for the ride back. The driver will wait outside.
A slower way is to use the orange non air con local Hua Hin to Cha-Am bus. Flag one down on Phetkasem road and ask the driver or conductor to stop at Santorini Park. The bus takes about one hour from the center of Hua Hin town, fare is about 30 Thai Baht one way.
Santorini Park opens daily.
Monday to Friday from 9.30 am until 6.30 pm.
Weekends and Thai national holidays from 9 am until 6.30 pm.
On weekends the park is at its busiest, most of the rides and shops will be open.
Tickets to the park are 150 Baht per person.
Visit Santorini Park
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