Hua Hin water park offers low season special promo package

Hua Hin’s Vana Nava themed water park is currently offering a money saving day pass. The price of an adult day pass includes unlimited use of the scintillating rides, chutes and pools, a voucher for lunch and a drink, a towel and locker rental.

The Vana Nava is themed on the jungle and features the likes of the adrenalin pumping Master Blaster and the vertical Aqualoop slide. Those looking to chill between the thrills will find Coconut Beach and the infinity pool are heaven reinvented.  

The THB1,200 pass includes a choice of everything from pad Thai noodles and fried rice to spaghetti carbonara for lunch and a full range of natural herb and fruit juices. An extra THB150 buys the ticket-holder access to Vana Nava’s legendary all-day buffet. 

Vana Nava is five kilometres from Hua Hin Train Station and the central areas of the Gulf of Thailand seaside resort. Buying tickets to Hua Hin is easy when choosing 12GO ASIA as we provide the choice of train, ferry, passenger van and bus from locations including Bangkok, Pattaya and Suratthani.

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