Santorini Waterpark just outside of Cha-am is definitely worth your visit. In the last 3 years, various Theme Parks have opened for the large Thai and Western holiday public. Santorini Waterpark Cha-am is also part of this! There is the floating market of Hua hin, Black Mountain Waterpark, Venezia Hua Hin and now also Santorini Water Fantasy at Cha-am.
Santorini has been around for a number of years and is primarily a large shopping mall with attractions for children. The standard attractions that make it special include the merry-go-round and the Ferris wheel. In addition, there is even more entertainment for children, which is often moved or replaced, such as small climbing walls and games. This Santorini, open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., is very popular with the Bangkok crowd that likes to stop here to eat, play or shop on the way back to Bangkok.
The <strong> water park </strong> is ready since September this year and this is a really fun spectacle for young and old. The young youth can enjoy themselves in a children’s pool with a pirate island and various slides. For the older children, there are various fast and spectacular slides with a Cobra slide where you thunder down on the tire from the mouth of this giant snake. For the elderly there is a wave pool and a restaurant. Great entertainment.
The entry fee for the water park in November 2013 was 700 baht for adults and 400 baht for children. The quality of the food is good and there are many lifeguards who constantly keep an eye on the swimmers. Sometimes advice is too annoying, but safety comes first to the Thais.
Unfortunately there is little public transportation to the Santorini water park Cha-am, the easiest way is to take a taxi from Cha-am. Do you want to spend a day here? We like to help you.