Hua Hin Santorini Park Day Tour by Yusabai
- See the beauty of Europe at Santorini Park, without having to pay expensive plane fares
- Discover Thailand's culture and religion at Khao Luang Cave and Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
- Try out a variety of delicious Thai snacks and seafood as you walk around Chatchai Night Market
- Get a chance to visit Cicada Market on the weekend, perfect for souvenir and gift shopping
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What to expect
With their fascinating history, delicious cuisine, and stunning beaches, Thailand attracts millions of visitors from all over the world, with each one carrying a piece of their country with them. Witness the intersection of different types of culture with this day tour of Hua Hin, located only 2 hours from Bangkok, which takes you to a variety of key local attractions. Meet up with your guide and group at Adagio Bangkok Hotel or be picked up at your hotel, then proceed to Khao Luang Cave, where you'll get to see the Big Buddha, made out of gold, lounging in his robe. Head to Santorini Park, a small theme park that brings Greece in the heart of Hua Hin. Take photos of the whitewashed buildings and colorful windows, before you try out the various attractions and enjoy a tasty lunch, at your own expense. See the Thailand of the past with visits to Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, a seaside summer retreat built by King Rama VI, and Plearn Wan, a shopping village that takes you all the way back to 1950's Hua Hin. You'll also get to see the colorful Hua Hin Train Station, considered as the center of the city as it was being built, before you proceed to The Venezia, a charming, Italian-style village where you can watch boatmen sing inside their gondolas while you explore the stone-paved streets. Your last stop for the day is Chatchai Night Market on Tuesdays, or Cicada Market on Fridays and Sundays, where you get to treat yourself to a delicious dinner, at your own expense, which consists of local Thai delights and seafood dishes. You'll also get to spend some hours browsing the area to purchase art, clothes, and handmade souvenirs to bring back home, before you travel back to your accommodation in Bangkok.