Swiss Sheep Farm, Cha-am

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Kids will love visiting Swiss Sheep Farm, a small theme park popular for its small flock of sheep. Meet, feed, and pet the gentle sheep and go for a horse-drawn cart ride. Test your skills on the archery range, or sip on good coffee in the cafe. Do not miss the opportunities for fun pictures, too, with realistic props like an English telephone box, a Dutch windmill, and a Volkswagon VW camper van. Using our online itinerary creator, Cha-am attractions like Swiss Sheep Farm can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Nice little spot to Visit after having luch at the adjoining restaurant. Cleverally and thoughtfully laid out. Sheep, Goats, Shetland Ponies, some rabbits, chickens and a very bored horse anxious to g...  more »
  • The park area is not big, the ticket can change a grass to feed the sponge sheep in the Garden District, there are also mini horses and Saifei horses to ride, and rabbits, there are some artificial scenes in the garden can be photographed, but basically more suitable for the students under the 3-year class to walk around.
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  • Huahin/ Cha am has many attractions..and one of them is Swiss Sheep Farm. Before this place you can find Camel Republic..but we didn't go there cause we were so tired to do some thrills again. Swiss s...  more »
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  • It is okay to have a visit. Good for family. Price - quite cheap Quality - fair Clean - good Animal - not much Place - ok, but a bit hot (as Thailand weather)
  • I've lived in Hua Hin for over 3 years now and pass by the sheep farm every time I go to and from Bangkok. I kept thinking that one day I should check it out. My girlfriend's 4 year old niece came to visit for awhile and I thought that this would be the perfect time to visit. We arrived early to try and beat the heat and the crowds. The entry fee was very reasonable and each ticket includes a voucher that can be redeemed for food for the animals. The area isn't very big but there is enough to keep you busy for an hour and a half or so. You will probably be buying more food for the animals and there is a restaurant if you get hungry. You can ride the ponies or take a carriage ride for a nominal fee. Others have mentioned that this is a good place for kids and for photo taking and I would have to agree on both counts. I'm glad that I waited and came here with a child, I think it enhanced the experience seeing it through the eyes of a child rather than just visiting on my own.
  • A great place for taking photos. I think this place has been detaily design so that any side in the place can produce beautiful photo. Recommended for you :)
  • I know it is a farm. But animals could be more clean so that my son can touch play with them. We went there after a rain at night, there were water all around fences. Show your Thai Id card or wp it is just 50 baht. It worths to go.
  • A lot of different domestic animal, have a lot of fun feeding and riding activities, the view is great.

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