Santorini Park is an Amusement Park which was opened in 2012 located in Cha am, Thailand. The white buildings and blue rooftops make this place looks just like the real Santorini in Greece.
How to go to Santorini Park from Bangkok?
AnakJajan rented a mini van to Santorini Park round-trip for 4000 THB round-trip (return) on 2014 (highway fee included) from Bangkok that took us around 2 until 3 hours ride.
If you prefer to go with public transportation, you can take a shuttle bus from Victory monument, the following buses will be passing by Santorini Park Cha-Am: Bangkok-Cha-Am, Bangkok-Hua Hin, Bangkok-Pranburi and Bangkok-Prachuap.
To travel with the shuttle bus, you will have to take BTS to Victory Monument BTS Station. Once exit from the BTS entrance gate, take the right staircase to go down from the station. You will find a narrow street selling the shuttle bus ticket. Head to the first counter and buy ticket for “Cha-Am” station. The shuttle bus ticket is approximately 130THB.
There is no exact schedule for the shuttle bus. The driver will only depart when the shuttle is full. So please arrive earlier if you want your schedule to run as planned. FYI, they will only stop at the Cha-Am stop, which is around 2km from Santorini Park. You will then spot a lot of Bike Taxi around that area. Bargain with them for a ride to Santorini Park. It will cost around 100THB/pax.
What to do in Santorini Park?
This place is suitable for family trip, because they have shopping area, restaurants, theme park, and also pretty spots to take picture with. Every person is charged 150 THB/pax as the entrance fee for non resident, and 50 THB/pax for the resident.
Anakjajan didn’t go on so much rides in Santorini Park because we prefer to stroll around and experience the different atmosphere than other theme parks. FYI, additional fee is needed for some rides for example 7D Dark Ride, The Cage, Trick Art Museum, 4D X Ride, Ferris Wheel, etc.
There are quite a lot of food varieties in Santorini Park. If you are hungry or tired strolling around, you can spend your time resting on the café, restaurants, or snack stalls here. AnakJajan had Japanese Food for lunch there at Katsu-O, and it was Oishi!
In Santorini Park, they have many stores selling various items such as clothes, bags, shoes, and also Santorini Park’s souvenirs.
AnakJajan was satisfied and happy with this place. They pay attention on every details. It is arranged neatly with santorini touches of buildings, stairs, blue colored windows, and also flowers around the area which makes us feel like we are not in Thailand. The Santorini’s signature white buildings with blue rooftops makes this place very instagenic in every corner.For the ones who haven’t achieved or curious with the Santorini ambience, this place can be a good and more affordable option.
Overall, AnakJajan had a fun and different experience in Santorini Park Thailand. If you are looking for different experience other than Bangkok Shopping, Santorini Park in Cha-am is a place for you to visit! AnakJajan hope that someday we can travel to the real Santorini in Greece. Let’s Travel!!
Visit out next blogpost about Palio Khao Yai, a unique destination in Thailand with picturesque charm of Tuscany, Italy village.
Santorini park Cha-Am
Kao Yai, Cha-am District, Phetchaburi, Thailand
Phone: (+6632) 772 999
Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 (Mon-Thurs),
10:00-22:00 (Fri, Sat, Sun and national holidays)
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