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Sweep Sheep Farm
Duration: 08:00-20:00
1. Swiss Sheep Farm
2. Santorini Park
3. Hua Hin Railway Station
4. Plearn Wan
5. The beach
Price: 5,400 Baht
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This is the classic combo from Bangkok to Hua Hin. Leave Bangkok for day full of fun visiting main Hua Hin attractions.

Hua Hin Swiss Sheep Farm is a farm set near a mountain foot in European country style. Here you can have fun feeding milk and grass to the sheep and other animals. Lots of selfie and group photography opportunities with the friendly farm animals. Also there are plenty of food and drink such as homemade daily product, ice creams, and fresh coffee. A fun day out all round for everyone. The farm open 9.00 am on weekdays and 8.30 am on weekends.

Santorini Park is the unique complex set in the style of the beach of Perissa in Santorini, Greece. It’s a popular place near Hua Hin for shopping and eating. Good for taking photos with Greek setting backdrop. There are also 3D museum and 4D theater in the park. The Trick Art Museum is a must for the whole family. The Haunted House there is quite scary. And if spending a few hours here is not enough, across the car park is the Santorini Water Park. The clean swimming pools and huge water slides guarantee many hours of fun in of the best managed water parks of Thailand.

Hua Hin Railway Station was built in the reign of King Rama IV and is today one of the country’s most beautiful train stations marked by its fine architectural details. Apart for the finer details at the platform, the station features a Royal Waiting Room, which was relocated from Sanam Chan Palace in Nakhon Pathom province. This iconic landmark sits on a nice landscape in the center of Hua Hin and it will let you have a glimpse of Hua Hin connection with the Thai royals.

Plearn Wan is a vintage market. It’s a medium sized wooden two-story house, filled with old songs, old stuffs, old desserts, old-style advertisement posters, and bygone era temple fairs. The shops on ground level mostly offer clothes and fashion and the ones on 2nd floor mainly cater food and beverages. There are plenty of local dishes, along with local snacks/dessert. They also have a cute antique motel inside. Plearn Wan is open between 10am and 10pm on weekdays and between 9am and midnight on weekends.

Last but not least the trip won’t be complete without a visit to the beach. We can take you to the Hua Hin beach where there will be more people and activities, or the quieter Suan Son beach. You can take a while to enjoy the sea, take photos, and relax. Then head back to Bangkok after a great day out in Hua Hin.