Plearnwan is an eco vintage village that features a faux Thai high street in the 1950s for the older generations to recall their good old days and the younger to learn and appreciate traditional culture. Because of that, Plearnwan is so named – Plearn is a combination of “play” and “learn” while Wan is from “wunwan”, meaning good old days.
Two-story wooden shophouses in the heart of Plearnwan are where reminiscences are kept. Plearnwan’s shops are decorated in old-fashioned style with advertisements, film posters, fashion magazines, appliances, and collections which can take you back in time to a nostalgic time.
Plearnwan includes a radio station that entertains you all day long with oldies. Also, visitors can take vintage photos with a drawn picture of Hua Hin Station as a backdrop.
At the weekend, a funfair is held with an outdoor cinema, a Ferris wheel, and a variety of amusing sidestalls and games. Plus, indulge yourselves with dishes at Khao-oon Kaengron, a renowned local restaurant, skewered sweet grilled fish, Thai style noodle rolls, Thai coconut pancakes, ice pops, Thai style soft drink and Thai style coffee.
If you are looking for a vintage hotel, “Piman Plearnwan” would like to welcome you with their colourful retro style guest rooms.
Plearnwan is located on the main street opposite to Klai Kangwon Palace. Mini-bus services from Bangkok’s Victory Monument are available. Just tell the driver that you wish to get off at Plearnwan, opposite to Klai Kangwon Palace. Plearnwan is open from 10.00 to 22.00 from Sundays to Thursdays and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.