10 Things to Do with Your Kids When Visiting Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. Known for its ornate shrines and vibrant street life – Thailand’s capital offers plenty of fun-filled activities for each and every family.

Whether you’re staying in Bangkok with your kids for a few days to a couple of weeks, here are 10 things that you can do as a family and make your trip an unforgettable experience:

1.Get ‘wild’ at the Dusit Zoo

What’s a family trip without going to the zoo? Here, your kids get to see 1,600 domestic and international animals, including the fascinating Bengal tigers, albino barking deer, wallabies, hawks, and so much more. Dusit is Thailand’s first zoo and has been around for 60 years.

2.Run and play at Lumpini Park

Filled with broad trees, fields and ponds – the Lumpini Park offers 142 acres of greenery in the heart of Bangkok. It makes a perfect place for a fun family adventure as it houses a vast playground, lots of walking paths, and plenty of secure space for jogging, running and even cycling.

3.Learn and play at Children’s Discovery Museum

Traveling is not only a great way to have fun. It’s also a perfect opportunity to learn. The Children’s Discovery Museum offers a host of educational activities that will ignite your kid’s love for science. These fun-filled activities, such as digging dinosaur bones and conquering the labyrinth, will keep them occupied for the day.

4.Spark their curiosity at Imaginia Playland

At Imaginia Playland, your kids – from your toddler all the way to your teen – will surely have a great time. This technology-centric playland features a variety of themed play zones for kids of all ages. Among the all-time favorites at Imaginia Playland are the “Time Tube Slider” a thrilling giant slide, and the “Wonder Car” where your kids can paint a life-size model car using their fingers.

5.Jump, jump, jump at Bounce Inc Bangkok

A great place for your kids to let go of excess energy – this massive trampoline park is such a cool experience for your kids, even you! They have obstacle courses, as well as the world-famous ‘Clip and Climb’ that features 24 themed indoor climbing walls – a great activity for you and your spouse.

6.Enter a world of fantasy at ‘Dream World’

You may not find Disneyland in Bangkok but there’s definitely something like it. That’s the Dream World. This theme park offers a host of fun activities, from the thrilling rides to the water playground and the popular ‘snow town’.

7.Explore the Safari World

This highly rated park is a must-visit if your kids are fond of animal attractions, including bird and dolphin shows. They also offer an exciting safari drive through the picturesque African wilderness setting.

8.Swim and play at Pororo Aquapark

The Pororo Aquapark features 9 pools and 4 slides, with certain areas suitable to both children and adults. You will be mesmerized by the way this waterpark was built, especially the water slide that catapults you over the street.

9.Take a family pic at the Art in Paradise

Interactive art galleries are very popular these days. In Bangkok, they also have amazing 3D masterpieces where your kids can pose and take photos of themselves with those works of arts in the background. You and your kids get to participate in a dozen scenes, including the’ Coronation of an Emperor’, ‘Stairway to Hell’, and ‘Stairway to Hell’.

10.Satisfy their sweet tooth at Mr. Jones’ Orphanage Café

After a day of exciting and physically challenging activities, it’s time for them to recharge and satisfy their sweet tooth at Mr. Jones’ Orphanage. This beautifully decorated café offers an array of sweets, from M&M Kit Kat cakes to waffles, strawberry sponge cakes, chocolate mousse, and many more. Yum!

No doubt – Bangkok is a family-friendly city that will keep your kids entertained throughout their stay. On your upcoming trip to this beautiful city, don’t miss out on any of these top kid-friendly destinations. Have fun!

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