Hua Hin Itinerary Day 1 : Bangkok to Hua Hin by Van from BTS Victoria Monument -> Royal Pavilion Hua Hin Hotel -> Hua Hin Hills Vineyard -> Chatsila & Chatchai Night Market, OK Seafood Restaurant
Hua Hin Itinerary Day 2 : Royal Pavilion Hua Hin Hotel -> Santorini Park -> Swiss Sheep Farm -> Palace of Love & Hope -> Plearn Wan Eco Village -> Sam Phan Nam Floating Market -> Cicada Night Market -> Wilawan Hua Hin Restaurant
If you visited Santorini Park Hua Hin at Thailand, we recommend all visitors to make a stop at Hua Hin Swiss Sheep Farm too, seeing that both tourist attractions are located just opposite to one another.
However, don’t expect to reach by foot as there is a big two-ways road in between. Get onto a cab to get there.
Opening in the year of 2012, Swiss Sheep Farm aims to replicate European-style sheep farm, with vast meadows surrounded by shepherds. Entrance fee is 120baht for adult, 80baht for children. To be frank, it doesn’t worth the price but there is no harm paying one-time visit.
We suggest to stay for one hour, as the main thing you can do here is just take photos, take photos, and take more photos, unless you want to join in horse riding, or sheep feeding activities which we didn’t bother much of.
Swiss Sheep Farm have many stations intentionally set up for photography purpose, which is good. Everything here is charming, just jump high and low in any style to capture your best moment at Swiss Sheep Farm.
Colourful barn heaped with dried wheat…But not sure why Spiderman appear…
Love shape decorations…
Lock your love here…
Exchange your entrance ticket with grass for sheep feeding. Huge crowd at this station, so we quietly walked away…
and hide into the cafe in the center of the farm, as weather was scorching hot.
Write Up: Summergirl
Hua Hin Swiss Sheep Farm
76120 Cha-am/ Hua Hin,
Mon – Fri : 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sat – Sun : 9.00am – 7.00pm
Admission: 120 Baht (Adult)/ 80Baht (Child)
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