Top Ten Things to Do With Your Kids in Bangkok

Having to take care of a child in a foreign country can be hard. Since you may already be unfamiliar with the city yourself, navigating your little one might require just a bit of research. Bangkok has a little something for everyone, and what follows is a list of ten things that you could do with your child today!

  • Siam Ocean World: Located two storeys beneath the Siam Paragon mall, this aquarium lets your child experience the life under the water. With over 30,000 creatures on display, both the variety and fame of its inhabitants can keep your child enthralled. With a 4D-Theater, a 270- degree underwater tunnel, and plenty of daily shows, this makes for an entertaining and educational outing. Open Daily: 9AM – 10PM
  • Safari World: About one hour away from Bangkok, the Safari World hosts animals and aquatic life. You can drive through the Safari Park, taking in all the sites, or go to the Marine Park, for its shows, souvenir shops and a more zoo-like setup. Open Daily: 9AM – 5PM.
  • Siam Park City: An amusement park with many attractions, it also has the largest wave pool in the world. A day full of thrill inducing rides, a water park, a dinosaur museum and rides made especially for children make this outing a pleasurable one. Open Daily: 10 Am – 6PM
  • Hajime Robot Restaurant: A Japanese restaurant with one main feature, the waiters here are robots. These waiters take care of everything from bring you your food, to livening things with a little song and dance. A one of a kind experience kids will love!
  • Siam Niramit: A stage show featuring over a hundred performers, this aims to bring to light Thai his and culture. Relying heavily on special effects, this show is bound to impress both children and adults alike. Show starts daily at 8PM.
  • Samut Prakan: Replicas of culturally relevant Thai buildings, Samut Prakan, or Ancient City is the ideal place to learn about Thailand’s history and culture. Open Daily: 8 AM to 5PM
  • Bangkok Doll’s Museum: Featuring work by the artist Khunying Thongkorn Chanthawimol, this museum showcases dolls that reflect Thailand’s tradition and culture. Open Daily: 8Am – 5PM
  • Bangkok Trickeye 3D Museum: Based around how art can be used to affect our perceptions, this interesting spot is both mind boggling and entertaining. Walk through the many exhibits and take in how placements and angles can change everything about the way we see the world around us. Open Daily: 10 AM – 10 PM
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market: A treat for children, it is full of toys, clothes, electronics and pets. Open on weekends: 9Am – 6 PM
  • Parks: Bangkok is full of parts where you can take your children out for a fun and recreational evening. Some of the better knows parts are Chatuchak Park, Queen Sirikit Park and Lumpini Park.



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