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Saturday, 10 September 2016

[BKKxHH] Day 2: Youyen Garden @ Hua Hin

After leaving Swiss Sheep Farm, we went on to Youyen Garden for a light dinner. Light, because we were planning to go to the night market for supper later haha! We keep eating and eating throughout this trip lol. How to go to Youyen Garden? Just follow your GPS instructions even though it leads you there using small lanes that seemed to be inaccessible lol! Even though the journey seemed impossible but it was all worth it!

It's a beach side restaurant! The view of the vast sea is simply breathtaking.

My beach themed outfit :)
Top from MNG
Shorts from F21
Flip flops from Cotton On

Cute animals of some sorts. Possibly goats? The horns were removed, I'm guessing to prevent accidents from happening when kids run around.

Mom enjoying herself :D
The restaurant was pretty empty when we reached at around 5.30 p.m. Other tourists started to arrive by buses after sunset so we were lucky to have the place to ourselves.

Life relaxing by the beach is damn awesomeee!

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Posted this on IG and FB and everybody was awed by the perfect combi of man made decoration and the nature :)

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#BKKxHH :)

 Helpful waiters helped us to take this picture. Thank you!

Edited some birds on so the pic won't look so empty hahaha


Spot my sis being served by the waiters lolol!

 The area is very vast and relaxing, suitable for family with children too!

Our food arrived! Nachos ordered by le sis.

Seafood tomyam soup and stir fried veggies. As I said, we wanted to eat some more after this hence the few dishes hehe! The total came to 585 baht including rice and drinks, which was pretty affordable for the view itself lol.

It was pretty dark when we finally decided to leave hehe.

Still cannot get enough of this tree

Found Youyen Garden accidentally on IG and fell in love with it so I totally recommend this place to everyone! (Not to be confused with Youyen Balcony, their old restaurant which idk is still open or not) The view itself is worth the trip. They also have a coffee house Baan Kafae Hua Hin in the area, you can go there for cakes, coffee and tea if you do not want fulfilling food. Heard their coconut cake was famous but did not get to try it :( Next time perhaps!
Oh and they have English menu! Do not be intimidated by the Thai words lol!

Youyen Garden
1417/4 Petchkasem rd. (Huaysai Tai),
Hua Hin 76120
+66 32 653 014

Till then xx

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