Spread over a thousand rai, surrounded by magnificent mountains and producing many of Siam Winery’s outstanding range of grapes used for many local award winning wines, Hua Hin Hills Vineyard is a very popular “must do” day trip just 35 kilometres west of Hua Hin.
The Sala, which is a Thai-inspired pavilion designed by former Norman Foster architect Ms Sylvia Soh, has a bistro where you can indulge in fine food and sample their locally produced wines, many of which are very good. Visitors can learn about tropical viticulture from Siam Winery’s professional team. Visitors are also welcome to tour the vineyard, even on elephants.
The vineyard is set in a beautiful area and enjoys superb views across the surrounding countryside.
The vineyard is not exactly a cheap day out, but it makes a very rewarding alternative for anyone that wants to do something a little different from all the usual tourist activities, and is definitely a recommended and enjoyable excursion.
How to get there
It’s about 35 km away from Hua Hin, going towards Pala U water fall and Huay Monkol temple and keep going across the bypass. Taking a taxi or asking your concierge is Recommended as the road is not in perfect condition and signs are easy to miss.
Opening Hours : Daily from 10:00 am. – 06:00 pm.
Admission : Free (Price are subject to change)
Tel: 08 1701 8874 | 08 1701 8875