Santorini Park Cha-Am is a Retail business operating under the catchphrase “Amused Shopping Experience” bedecked in blue and white and drawing architectural inspiration from Santorini Island in Greece. Over 50 million baht has been invested in pop art and modern art sculptures decorating the grounds, along with dancing fountains and manmade waterfalls, which make for numerous photo-ready backdrops around virtually ever corner.
Over 100 million baht worth of amusement park rides from around the world are spread out over the verdant grounds, including a 40 meter-high Ferris Wheel, Double Deck Carousel imported from Italy, G-MAX Reverse Bungee and G-MAX Giant Swing from New Zealand, the XD DARK RIDE 7D interactive game from Canada, and a Wallholla climbing structure from The Netherlands, the first of its kind in Asia.
This newest and most hip shopping area in Hua Hin and Cha-Am boasts an impressive selection of brand name fashion and accessories, lifestyle products, art and decor, and handmade items. Chill out in an array of restaurants, pastry shops, and cafés especially chosen for both flavors and ambiance.
Situated along Petchkasem Road, kilometer marker 198, this is an ideal spot for commuters to take a break and find everything from international fast food outlets and coffee shops to convenience stores and pharmacies to personal care salons and souvenir shops, along with a convenient petrol station, each one sharing the distinctive Santorini architectural style.
Over 3,000 square meters of concert and performance space accommodates a standing audience of 5,000 or a seated audience of 2,000 people.
Weekend Art Market
Saturday and Sunday is a haven for art lovers and handicraft enthusiasts, set in a garden market atmosphere. Situated on more than 60 rai of land, with parking for over 1,500 cars, and representing a total investment of over 500 million baht, SANTORINI PARK CHA-AM is the newest landmark of Hua Hin and Cha-Am, only a two-hour drive from Bangkok and 20 minutes to Hua Hin town. SANTORINI PARK CHA-AM is administered by Theme Plaza Development Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the Pena Group.