On the outskirts of Hualuo City, about 45 minutes drive from the city, there is a vineyard run by the French: Hua Hin Wine Estate. We sat in the tuk tuk car, blowing cool winds along the way, the vehicles were scarce, the flow of people was sparse, the air was fresh, and we unknowingly passed through the bustling city and headed for the quiet suburbs. The endless vineyards on the mountain, there are very few tourists here, there are not many people who know Hua Hin, and there are fewer people who know that Hua Hin has a vineyard. The vast vineyards have become our private back gardens. Such a verdant color, set against the pale blue sky, is a beautiful natural picture. The grapes are still not mature, and a string of crystal clear green grapes hang on the rattan, which is mouth watering. We couldn't help but pick a few tastings, sour. You can also ride an elephant here and spend 300 baht to ride an elephant around the vineyard. Others are riding elephants across the river. We are riding elephants to visit the vineyards, watching the blue sky and white clouds, smelling the fragrant grape smell. This experience is great and special! At noon we dine at the restaurant next to the vineyard. I personally like the open design of the restaurant, close to nature, looking at the beautiful scenery in the distance, and the mood is more pleasant. There are red wine, white wine, champagne, liqueur, sparkling wine, etc. You can also choose a few hundred baht to try three of the most famous wines here. As for the staple food, there is a Western-style Western food, and the unique Thai spices are added to the Western food, which is very special taste buds.