The Venezia Hua Hin is one of the themed marvels of Thailand which tends to and succeeds in capturing the feel of Venice. Bell tower, St. Mark’s square and much more can be seen and experienced in The Venezia Hua Hin where even the minutest of the details have been captured from Venice’s colorful riot of buildings to the gondolas on the canal.
What to Expect
The village is huge, sprawled in 73600 square Kilometers it has about 316 shops and also includes a canal which is about 200 meters long. One can go about the place by hiring the chariot ride or can take a ride in one of the gondolas. One can also rent a car at Hua Hin Airport from us and get the best chance to see the Mediterranean houses, church-like buildings and shops & terraces that line the borders of the canal.
Out of the two church-like buildings one is a mini zoo while the other is called Villa market which is actually a supermarket which procures mostly imported stuff. San Marco plaza is a part full of beautiful bridges, fountains and columns etc while the other part which is covered by a big roof fails to impress. It also has a garden, an upside down house and a 3D Museum etc, but the only problem with the place is that for every destination within the village one has to pay extra for it doesn’t come covered in the admission fee.
Opening Time and Admission Fee
It remains open all week long from 10 in the morning till 11:30 at night. The initial fee that one needs to pay for entrance is 50 Baht, but mostly all the venues inside are not covered in this fees. At the entrance gate one has to pay for other destinations like 50 Baht for the horse ride, 120 Baht for Museum, 40 Baht for the mini train ride around the Village and 50 Baht for amusement park.