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Relax and revel at Centara Hua Hin

Sep 08. 2019
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By The Nation

Pack your bags and get ready for a fun-filled school-holiday trip this September and October.

Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin has recently extended a special “Stay & Play” package that features not only a fun stay at the iconic resort, but also free play for you and your kids with free tickets to Vana Nava, acclaimed as one of the best water parks in Thailand.

The special holiday package offers accommodation package, with room rates starting from Bt4,230 per night. The all-inclusive package features a minimum of a two-night luxurious stay in one of Centara Grand Hua Hin’s colonially-inspired rooms and suites or villas.

The offer also provides free tickets to Vana Nava Water Jungle, where you can go and play as long as you want throughout the day, and a complimentary round-trip transfer for all guests. 

Vana Nava Water Jungle offers fun and thrills with exciting attractions hidden deep inside its tropical jungle surroundings. Look forward to thrilling rides and slides as well as lifestyle activities for all ages. Some of the highlights include: Abyss – the largest water slide in Thailand. Up to six people can soar together to a height of 28 metres, share four or five near-vertical spins and then plummet into a huge funnel at speeds of over 45km per hour. Boomerango is a 179-metre-long water slide that splashes down into a pool 20 metres below. Ride the waves at “Change Surf Zone”, featuring surf simulators; the Double Flow Rider provides fast-moving waters on a double-wide width. The park also has a team on site to guide you as you try manoeuvres on Body Boards and Surf Boards

Take further advantage of the “Stay & Play” package with a complimentary, daily international breakfast buffet at Railway restaurant and exclusive privileges and lounge access to The Club (for suites and villas). 

Available for booking and stay from September 1 to October 31. Visit

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