The ocean world at Sea Life Bangkok
It is one of the water wonders the size of three Olympic swimming pools filled with fun animals from the depths of the ocean. This underground water basin – one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia – will amaze you with innovative world-class exhibitions and more than 30,000 creatures from various depths and water regions around the world. What makes the ocean world at Sea Life Bangkok particularly good for families is its location in the basement of Siam Paragon, which makes it one of the easiest attractions to reach from most of the city’s areas.
Hours of Operation: From 10 am to 9 pm daily
Location: Basement, Siam Paragon, Siam
Art in Paradise
Art in Paradise is the best optical illusion museum in Bangkok or the 3D museum. Classic compositions have been recreated in such a way that visitors can be part of an image, some of which are really funny. Make sure to bring the camera because many of the displays only work through the lens. This is a great attraction for families to spend a few enjoyable hours, especially on rainy days. Esplanade Mall is located in Ratchada and is easily accessible by underground subway as the National Cultural Center station is located right in front of the mall.
Hours of Operation: From 10 am to 10 pm (the ticket booth closes at 9 pm)
Location: Esplanade Shopping Mall, fourth floor
If Bangkok gets too hot, skating is one of the best ways to cool off for a few hours. Bangkok has many ice rinks – even those of Olympic size. If you’re a little wobbly on skis, you can book a lesson or grab one of the readily available fasteners. If you prefer to watch, the ice rinks of Central Rama 9 and Major Ekkamai have stadium-style seats.
A visit to the Dream World Theme Park is a really enjoyable day, as the name suggests that children’s dreams come true. They can ski in snow or make snow angels in the land of snow, ride a mountain bike in space, and meet Cinderella and Pocahontas, all in one day. Although Dreamworld tours may not rise to the top of Japanese theme parks, the sights and attractions of young children are excellent and guarantee an exciting family day and many unforgettable photographs.
Hours of Operation: From 10 am until 5 pm daily, until 7 pm on holidays
Location: 10 minutes north of Don Muang Airport at KM.
Madame Tussauds is located in the center of Siam Discovery, which is not an ancient wax museum. It is the value of entertainment and an opportunity to surprise international celebrities, heads of state and activists, sports heroes, heroines, legendary artists and even kings, the museum is worth the adventure.
Business hours: 10:00 to 21:00 daily (may change slightly during long weekends or national holidays)
Location: 6th Floor, Siam Discovery Center
Siam Park City
Given the tropical climate of Bangkok, the water parks are few and far between in the city .. Children are happy when they can swim, dive, snorkel and ride on the slippery sea, while parents can do some relaxation in the shade or participate in fun. There are exciting slides and pools for all types of water. There is also a separate amusement park with some fun games for young children.
Hours of Operation: 10:00 – 18:00
Address: 203 Swan Siam Road, Kannayao, Bangkok 1
Safari World is a zoo for those who don’t like zoos … of course, like any zoo, it has some good sides and some are not good, but animals here definitely have a lot of space to roam freely. Safari World has opened since 1988 and is divided into two distinct areas: the open spaces of Safari Park where you can drive in your car or in the park park, in addition to the bird park filled with cages and hanging paths, and the marine park, which is more than a traditional zoo mixed with exhibitions and shops Souvenirs.
Opening hours: Safari Park: from 9 am to 5 pm Marine Park: from 9 am to 6 pm
Address: 99 Panyaintra Road, Samuatawantok, Klongsamua
Dusit Zoo, or “Khao Dien”, is a fully functional zoo with facilities like zoo hospital, zoo museum and educational center, sightseeing, activities plot and canteen. It houses around 1,600 domestic and international animals, including deer and white Bengal tigers. Covering a total area of 188,800 square meters, Dusit Zoo is the first zoo in Thailand, and it has been around for more than 60 years.
Hours of Operation: From 8 in the morning until 6 in the evening
Location: Rama V Road, Dusit