Showing posts from September, 2016

Plearnwan , Hua Hin

  Plearnwan was intended to be a center of happiness; to be a place where time has paused in the 'good old days'. When you come to Plearnwan, you will be reminded of the past, and the past will come to life . Plearnwan is a ‘Living Museum’. It is not just unique architecture, but a place of lively memories. At Plearnwan, we think back to the place in times past, and imitate that period in the lifestyle of the people, in food, drink, architecture, language, etc . Plearnwan Vision is to make business in order to support the local community and local culture also focus more on quality than quantity . Plearnwan is derived from a combination of the English words 'Play and Learn', together with a Thai word ‘Wan’ that means yesterday . Most of the tools and faculties in Plearnwan are made of Green Board, a wood substitute made from recycled UHT boxes . Packaging and some facilities are biodegradable . They think that this can be one way to save the environment and decrease the

Hua Hin Railway Station

  Hua Hin Railway Station is a train station located in Hua Hin Subdistrict , Hua Hin District , Prachuap Khiri Khan Province , It is a class 1 railway station on the Southern Line . On the premises, there is an old 305 Unit Baldwin steam locomotive on display . Hua Hin Station has been considered to be the most beautiful station in Thailand . The Southern Line third phase between Cha-am Station to Hua Hin opened in November 1911 , and the line continued to Wang Phong Station in January 1914. The original station building was built in 1910 , and rebuilt in 1926 , by Prince Purachatra Jayakara (former commander of the Royal State Railways of Siam) to the current Victorian building today . The design was taken from the planned Siam Rat Museum Expo, intended to be built in 1925 at Lumphini Park, but was never built due to the death of King Vajiravudh and the cancellation of the expo by King Prajadhipok. In 1967, Colonel Saeng Chulacharit (former minister of the State Railway of Thailand)

The Venezia Hua Hin

  The Venezia is the newest theme shopping and attraction village in Hua Hin, following the growing popularity and undeniable success of other similar weekend destinations in Thailand . The concept of a shopping village is simple , instead of building a boring shopping plaza with rows of anonymous shops , pick a photogenic world destination or a fun theme and plenty of romantic photo opportunities , plus a couple of attractions and entertainment venues . The theme chosen by The Venezia is obviously Venice With 73,600 sq.m. and 316 shops, the park is immense and even includes a 200 meter 'Grand Canal' on which you can actually get a ride on iconic Venetian gondolas. Colorful mediterranean houses, shops and terraces are lined up on each side of the canal which ends in front of an Italian looking garden and two large church-like buildings . an the other a mini zoo . The Venezia features quite a few attractions with mini zoo and 3D museums but all require an extra fee to enjoy . Th