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 […]
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Do you and your kids love exploring old cities that have evocative reminders from times gone by? Do your kids love to use their imagination when seeing ancient ruins and the remains of previous grand and mighty settlements? If so, Thailand has plenty of old cities from the days of the former powerful Siamese Kingdoms […]
Whilst Thailand is known for its beautiful beaches and islands, lush wildlife-filled jungles, cool mountains, and sparkling sacred temples, there are also many unusual and quirky attractions all around the country to add that something a little bit different to your family adventure. Be inspired by these offbeat and unusual places around Thailand and try […]
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It may sound strange to recommend malls for children, but most of Bangkok’s malls and shopping centres have an abundance of activities for children of all ages. They also have the benefit of being air-conditioned too, helping everyone to stay cool in the hot and humid capital. Some kids may enjoy spending some time having […]
South East Asia boasts numerous world-class beaches, some famous and attracting lots of crowds, others off the beaten track and offering a more chilled out experience for your family. There are heaps of opportunities to enjoy the endless coastlines and dazzling sands. Cool off in the ocean, enjoy fun water sports, treat your kids to […]
Although Thailand is often thought of as catering more to an adult crowd, there are plenty of reasons to take the kids with you for a fantastic fun-filled family vacation. Of course, as with everywhere, there are places that you should skip when you have children with you, but these spots are few and far […]
Trekking in Chiang Mai offers many wonderful opportunities to enjoy Thailand’s stunning natural scenery, get active, spot heaps of native flora and fauna, and also visit some fascinating hill tribe villages. Other options include riding elephants through the jungle, swimming at waterfalls, and bamboo rafting. Older kids might also like the thrill of white water […]
Would you like your kids to learn, have fun, stay entertained, and get the most out of your trip to Bangkok? Special travel guide especially for your kid! From planning and packing to returning home with great family memories and knowledge about the places you visited. Fun, educational, interesting and engaging your kids in the […]
If your family loves shopping as well as experiencing culture and something a bit different, make sure that you don’t miss the charming floating markets around Thailand. Pretty unusual when compared to the way in which many other countries buy and sell things, floating markets are, as the name suggests, centred around a waterway, with […]
Many people the world over enthuse about Thailand’s delicious food. With a heavy focus on rice and noodles, it is also well-known for being pretty hot and spicy. Many places are more than happy to adjust the chilli levels though, making traditional favourites suitable for kids. If you want to make sure that a dish […]
Thailand is famous for its stunning islands and beaches, with many families heading to the dazzling shores each year for a fabulous, fun-filled, and memorable family vacation. Most of the country’s finest islands can be found in the south, although there are also some nice islands in the central part of the country, within just […]
If your children love animals they are sure to love this brilliant zoo in Chonburi Province. Just a couple of hours outside of Bangkok, the well-maintained zoo is home to lots of interesting animals. Animals are not kept in cages – they walk around large spaces. They are mainly kept in place by deep ditches. […]
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