The Swiss Sheep Farm Hua Hin is not far from the Santorini Park, so it made sense for us to also make a trip to this park which is known for animals.
My three year old daughter loves animals, so the trip was largely for her.
However, upon reaching the Swiss Sheep Farm, the park entertained all of us in the group, young and old.
ATTRACTIONS AT THE SWISS SHEEP FARM PARK HUA HIN
Feeding the lambs and other animals at the Swiss Sheep Farm was the highlight of the trip for my daughter.
However, I preferred the many man made attractions which were worth photo-taking, or selfie-taking.
The whole Swiss Sheep Farm was a huge photo taking playground. The items to photograph include 3D graphics, animal farm photos, Halloween style photos, large size statues of the popular super heroes and more.
As mentioned, some of the exhibits aren’t exactly related to farming and Switzerland (Swiss). However, they are still cool to take photos with.
In other words, the Swiss Sheep Farm is a photography site haven for those loving photography.
The only downside was the lack of shades so we practically got ourselves sunburned as we navigated the Swiss Sheep Farm around 12 noon.
Below are some photos of what to expect at the Swiss Sheep Farm Hua Hin.
ENTRY TO THE SWISS SHEEP FARM
Tickets into the Swiss Sheep Farm are THB150 per person. That’s only about RM20, which is really cheap. Children get a THB40 discount of the normal price.
You will need to take a charter ride, or book a GRAB ride to go here as it is just off the highway with nothing much beside it.
In terms of accommodation, I would strongly recommend the many hotels in central Hua Hin because it seems quite far from other sites of interest.
Else, I highly recommend the Swiss Farm tour package on KLOOK. It is cheaper.
WHERE IS THE SWISS FARM?
Located just at the foot of a hill, the Swiss Sheep Farm Hua Hin looks amazing in a photo.
From outside the farm, it does look more like a playground than a farm.
If you needs a map to go toe the Swiss Sheep Farm, you can check out this Google Maps link.
Alternatively, you can just charter a ride to the park, or as I said above, book a GRAD ride.
Compared to other post about Hua Hin, this post is shorter. It’s due to the fact that there’s not much to say about the Swiss Sheep Farm which is just a place to see animals and take photos.
This however doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the place. I had a blast taking photos and the hundreds of photos I took is testament to that.
I would therefore highly recommend the Swiss Farm Park Hua Hin to anyone going to Hua Hin. It’s only RM20 bah.