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เที่ยวหัวหินกับลาภา

26May

สวัสดีวันเสาร์ตอนสาย ๆ กับอากาศเย็นสบาย ๆ แบบนี้ ทานอะไรกันหรือยังครับ รับ ชาร้อน ๆ กาแฟร้อน ๆ หรือจะรับวิตามินจากน้ำผลไม้ หรือว่าเพิ่มโปรตีนจากน้ำเต้าหู้ร้อน ๆ พร้อมกับเครื่อง เดอะ ลาภา ของเรามีไว้คอยบริการคุณลูกค้าทุกวันนะครับ

มาเที่ยวทะเล มาเที่ยวหัวหิน ให้นึกถึง เดอะ ลาภา นะครับ

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เดอะ ลาภา ยินดีต้อนรับครับ

โปรโมชั่นหน้าฝน

24May

เริ่มจะเข้าสู่ฤดูฝนกันแล้ว ทางเดอะ ลาภา เลยจัดโปรโมชั่นเอาใจคุณลูกค้าต้อนรับหน้าฝนครับ

ตั้งแต่วันนี้ไปจนถึงวันที่ 31 กรกฎาคม 2561

รับรองได้ว่าโปรโมชั่นถูกใจคุณลูกค้าแน่นอนครับ

มาเที่ยวหัวหิน มาพักกับเรา นะครับ

The Lapa Swimming Pool Extra2

สระว่ายน้ำระบบ Salt Ozone

21May

อากาศร้อน ๆ แบบนี้ ถ้าได้ลงไปแช่ในสระว่ายน้ำล่ะก็ มันคงจะเป็นอะไรที่ดีมาก ๆ เลย คิดเหมือนกันไหมครับ

ดูสระว่ายน้ำระบบ Salt Ozone ของเราสิครับ น่าเล่นกันไหม ทางเรามีทั้งสระว่ายน้ำสำหรับคุณหนู และ สระว่ายน้ำสำหรับผู้ใหญ่ด้วย ยังไม่พอนะครับ เรายังมีชายหาดจำลองอีกด้วย เพื่ออยากให้คุณลูกค้ารู้สึกเหมือนว่ากำลังเล่นน้ำอยู่ทะเลเลย

The Lapa Swimming Pool

มุมรักสุขภาพ

19May

สวัสดีวันเสาร์ วันหยุดพักผ่อนของใครหลาย ๆ คน แต่เดอะ ลาภาของเรา ยังให้บริการคุณลูกค้าทุกวันไม่มีวันหยุดนะครับ
ตอนนี้เรามีมุมสำหรับคนรักสุขภาพด้วยนะครับ เลยหยิบเอาตัวอย่างเมนูเพื่อสุขภาพ แถมได้รับสารอาหารครบ 5 หมู่อีกด้วย ถ้าสังเกตดี ๆ จะเห็นว่ามีขนมครก กับเผือกทอดด้วย ครับ จัดเตรียมไว้คอยบริการคุณลูกค้าเลยนะครับ

มาเที่ยวหัวหิน มาพักกับเรา นะครับ

เดอะ ลาภา ยินดีต้อนรับครับ

 

ชาโบราณ กาแฟโบราณ ครับ

18May

สาย ๆ วันศุกร์แบบนี้รับอะไรดีครับ ชาโบราณ หรือว่า กาแฟโบราณดีครับ เอาใจคนชอบชากาแฟ ทางเราได้จัดชาโบราณ และ กาแฟโบราณ สูตรของเดอะ ลาภา ไว้คอยบริการคุณลูกค้าอยู่นะครับ

มาเที่ยวหัวหิน มาพักกับเรานะครับ

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032-513222 , 082-7828569

เดอะ ลาภา ยินดีต้อนรับครับ

 

The Venezia Hua Hin

31Jan

The Venezia is the newest theme shopping and attraction village in Hua Hin, following the growing popularity and undeniable success of other similar weekend destinations in Thailand. Palio in Kao Yai was probably one of the triggers for such epidemic frenzy for pretty villages, followed by the beautiful Santorini Park in Hua Hin and the now famous Asiatique in Bangkok.

The concept of a shopping village is simple: instead of building a boring shopping plaza with rows of anonymous shops, pick a photogenic world destination or a fun theme, add plenty of romantic photo opportunities, plus a couple of attractions and entertainment venues, and there you have it: weekenders will flock to your village every weekend to play the romantic photographer and incidentally eat, shop, play and ultimately fulfill the real purpose of such a theme park: spend money.

The theme chosen by The Venezia is obviously Venice and you will not miss the San Marco’s bell tower replica when driving through Cha Am on your way to Hua Hin. With 73,600 sq.m. and 316 shops, the park is immense and even includes a 200 meter ‘Grand Canal’ on which you can actually get a ride on iconic Venetian gondolas. Colorful mediterranean houses, shops and terraces are lined up on each side of the canal which ends in front of an Italian looking garden and two large church-like buildings: one is a Villa-Market (imported products supermarket) an the other a mini zoo. Another half of The Venizia is sheltered under an immense roof, and if you are too lazy to walk around this massive park you can always chose to do your shopping in the most unusual way: in a horse and cart.

The theme chosen by The Venezia is obviously Venice and you will not miss the San Marco’s bell tower replica when driving through Cha Am on your way to Hua Hin. With 73,600 sq.m. and 316 shops, the park is immense and even includes a 200 meter ‘Grand Canal’ on which you can actually get a ride on iconic Venetian gondolas. Colorful mediterranean houses, shops and terraces are lined up on each side of the canal which ends in front of an Italian looking garden and two large church-like buildings: one is a Villa-Market (imported products supermarket) an the other a mini zoo. Another half of The Venizia is sheltered under an immense roof, and if you are too lazy to walk around this massive park you can always chose to do your shopping in the most unusual way: in a horse and cart. The Venezia features quite a few attractions: mini zoo and 3D museums now so popular in Thailand, but all require an extra fee to enjoy, even the small garden which appears to be nothing more than a photo playground. The several attractions available at the Venezia are sold together or separately and tickets are available at the entrance. Prices at the time of our visit were as follows: Gondola ride or horse cart ride 160 baht, mini zoo 50 baht, mini train ride around the village 40 baht, 3D art Gallery 120 Baht, mini carousel 50 baht, ferris wheel 40 baht and the list goes on.

     

The Venezia
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 10:00 – 23:30
Tel: +66 (0) 3244 2823-5, +66 (0) 2930 5191-5

Santorini Park Cha-Am

31Jan

Santorini Park brings a slice of the picture-perfect Greek island to Cha-Am. It’s got all the details right, from classic whitewashed buildings, colourfully painted windows, down to stone-paved paths and domed towers. An impressive lineup of shops, restaurants and an amusement park promise good times for everyone. This photogenic outdoor entertainment outlet occupies an expansive area just before the main highway reaches Cha-Am Beach. It’s quite an unusual sight, given the whitewash theme and architectural style that sets it apart from its surroundings. Cliff-top views of the ocean and a sweeping beachfront are the two missing elements that would otherwise make this place closer to the real thing.

Highlights at Santorini Park
The five zones at Santorini Park provide all-encompassing entertainment. Park Zone is essentially the amusement park part, with rides and games set on vast landscaped grounds. All rides are imported, including the 40-metre-high Ferris wheel, double-decker carousel, G-MAX reverse bungee, G-MAX giant swing, XD Dark Ride 7D interactive game and Asia’s first Wallholla climbing structure. Village Zone is all about the Greek island’s village architecture and its chilled-out coastal vibe. Wander down the maze of stone-paved lanes lined with two-storey whitewashed buildings and more than 140 shopping boutiques. Rest Area is where you will find a host of fast food outlets, cafés, personal care salons, a petrol station, convenience stores and more souvenir shops.

     

Santorini Park: Art and Culture Apart from shopping and entertainment, Santorini Park features an Activities Zone, a 3,000sqm outdoor space for hosting live concerts and performances. The Weekend Art Market features a flea-market style shopping experience. Find a wide selection of creative souvenirs and handicrafts to take home.

Santorini Park Cha-Am
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10:00 – 19:00, Sat – Sun 09:00 – 19:00

Phraya Nakhon Cave

31Jan

The magnificent Phraya Nakhon Cave is one of the most mystical and mysterious landmarks of Thailand but only a few travellers get a chance to take a picture of it. The reason is simple: this gold and green pavilion is hidden inside a hard to reach cave and only a handful of dedicated visitors will do the effort to visit it. Those who do are rewarded with a stunning vision that looks like it’s straight out of an Indiana Jones movie.

Phraya Nakhon Cave is located in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, a 45 minutes drive south of Hua Hin. First step to reach the cave is to drive to the small village of Bang Pu located by the beach, and from there decide if you’d rather rent a boat to take you around the cape to Laem Sala beach, or walk a 30 minutes trek above the hill leading to the same Laem Sala beach. Since the boat ride only costs 150 to 200 baht per person and considering that you still will have to climb 430 m of uneven and steep steps we recommend you save your energy and take this short ride to the cave. You can also combine a boat trip to the cave with Monkey Island, ask at the pier.

Once you’ve reached the beach you’ll notice a large rustic restaurant you’ll be more than happy to use on your way back. You will need to pay a National Park fee of 200 baht and a guide might be assigned to you as apparently you can’t go there without one, and don’t be surprised if your guide is a tiny 9 year old girl. From the bottom of the stairs it’s a serious climb, so unless you are fit and used to stair climbing go slowly and take your time: 430 meters seem to be a piece of cake on flat land but when climbing uneven slippery steps, it proves to be a complete different story.

Close to the top the path progressively eases then starts going down into the first cave. Don’t go imagining a dark scary pit; the sunlight cascades generously from the open ceiling of the first cave. This first cave looks beautiful with a natural stone bridge called ‘hell bridge’, but nothing prepares you to the surreal beauty of the second cave, the one you really came to see.

A short wooden path connects the two caves and finally it is there: since 1890, the Kuha Kharuehat pavilion stands gloriously in a ray of sunlight falling from a circular hole in the cave ceiling. If you are lucky to be the only visitor, the unusual silence adds to the majesty of the site… This pavilion stands on a hill surrounded by trees and vegetation. The pavilion was built at the end of the 19th century for the visit of King Chulalongkorn the Great (Rama V). Later, King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) and the present King of Thailand, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) also visited the cave. Once you have taken enough photos and your legs start to feel less shaky, it is time to go back. Walking down is less tiring in some way but beware of the slippery stones! Stop at the restaurant for some well needed refreshements or food. Note: We saw a very skinny dog in the cave, so if you read this, bring him a little something from your breakfast. We gave some money to the guides so they can buy some fried rice for the poor dog. Note also that the light is at it’s best before 11 am!

Khao Takiab

31Jan

The area’s namesake also provides its biggest attractions, Khao Takiab Mountain delivers sensational panoramic views of the area as well as the rare experience of hanging out with gangs of monkeys. Generally the area is an incredibly scenic one, just walking promises great viewing of rural Thailand. Take a stroll along Khao Takiab Bay were you can stop for lunch and admire the glistening ocean and water sport enthusiasts making the most of it. A few temples are within the area, the major one being Wat Huaymongkol, home to a statue of revered Buddhist monk, Luang Phor Thuad.

Black Mountain Water Park

31Jan

Black Mountain Water Park offers a fun-filled day for families and anyone needing a big splash. The park features nine different water slides, a wave pool, lazy river, beach pool, kids’ pool, and more – all set on a vast mountain-hugged landscape fronting a main-made lake just 10km north of Hua Hin. Owned and managed by the same people behind the Black Mountain Golf Course, the water park is the latest attraction in the group’s portfolio. It’s located opposite the golf course, on a local road that passes through Wat Huay Mongkol and Baan Silapin.

Highlights at Black Mountain Water Park Most of the park is open spaces, with little pockets of trees and greenery dotting the landscape. The nine water slides are grouped together, so you don’t have to walk very far to try them all. Some are built for speed, with long, narrow tubes that plunge straight down or in successions to the pool below, while others go round in circles before spitting you out in one big splash. From the water slides, you get to the slide pool and lazy pool. Ride an inner tube, or just float, and simply go with the flow. The swim-up pool bar is ideal for quenching your thirst, while the spa pool and fountain pool offer a little break from all the adrenalin-packed activities. The wave pool sends out huge waves every 20 minutes, and the beach pool is, well, like a natural beachfront.

Black Mountain Water Park
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 17:00