A Glimpse of Greece at Santorini Park

Probably you have heard much about the island of Santorini – the island of the Greek gods, characterized by the white houses and adorned by the blue seawhich is extremely fascinating to visitors. So have you ever heard of Santorini Park – a miniature Greek right in the heart of Thailand?

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Santorini Park is located on the way from Bangkok to the waters of Hua Hin and Cha-am, about two hours’ drive from Bangkok, a complex owned by the Pena Group.

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True to its name, Santorini Park is based on the inspiration of the beautiful island of Santorini and Kaeng Krachan National Park, famous for its lush greenery. From a distance, you can see Santorini Park stand out thanks to the giant Ferris wheelat the entrance of the play area.

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Coming to Santorini Park, you will find many small, white houses, white windows and bougainvillea flowers like in Santorini.

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In addition to the houses with bougainvillea flowers and white windows, Santorini Park also attracts visitors thanks to the beautiful decorative items such as the windmill, rocking chair, fairy garden, ice cream coffee, eateries with local specialties …

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In particular, Santorini Park has countless corners for you to take beautiful photos, you just need to raise the camera – fine photos will be produced. Take a photo here and check in Santorini – Greece sure no one knows you are in Thailand.

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And like Bangkok, Santorini Park also attracts visitors with cheap goods. The shops are neatly decorated, elegant eye-catching, suitable for fairy space that makes the shopping atmosphere in Santorini also very gentle.

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Admission fee is 150baht / person excluding ticket to Santorini Water Park right next door. Open from 10: 00-7: 00 (From Monday to Friday), 9: 00-7: 00 (Saturday and Sunday).

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Directions: From Bangkok you can get to Santorini Park by going to the mini vans from BTS Victory Monument, choosing to go to Hua Hin or Cha-am depending on your needs, bus to these two locations also goes through Santorini. If you visit Santorini first, then take the driver’s number to get you back to Bangkok or continue to Hua Hin / Cha-am.

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