Much in resemblance to Santorini Park in Greece, the Thai park features white buildings topped with white roofs, which happens to be the most captivating feature.
Travelling from Bangkok
You could rent a mini-van from Bangkok to Santorini Park; the travel duration can be rounded up to three hours, give or take a half-hour. If you’d much rather use public transportation; there are shuttle services available.
Things to do at the park
The park is ideal for families: there are restaurants as well as a shopping prescient adjacent to the theme park. What’s more, the picture-worthy spots are an invitation for you to snap away with your camera all you want.
There’s no chance of anyone going hungry while spending time at the park. The many restaurants and cafes dotting the park will attend to your food needs – along with Thai food, visitors are offered other international varieties, including Japanese food.
Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+