50 best things to do with your kids in Bangkok that you’ll also enjoy

Bangkok is well known for its sexy nightlife and vibrant adult scenes and it might not always be thought of as the most family-friendly city, but contrary to popular belief, it actually has a lot to offer the under-18s!

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You’ll be surprised at how it presents enough choices to please even the pickiest four-year old. To save you the trouble of googling endlessly, we’ve put together a whopping list of 50 things to do, as well as places to eat at, see, and shop at!

20 Things to Do

1. KidZania Bangkok

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You might have heard of their counterpart right here in Singapore – A hands-on, interactive indoor theme park which is a replica of a real city – complete with buildings, hospitals, streets and transportation vehicles.

Think of the KidZania in Bangkok as an extended version of the one on our shores with up to 80 different jobs which include working at a milk factory, a drinking water research centre, as well as toddler-friendly activities like bricklaying!

With the sheer number of options here, it’s almost impossible to finish everything in one day so plan your time wisely and pick those your kids really like!

Location: 5th Floor, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday from 10am to 5pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10.30am to 8.30pm
Price: 1,110 THB (~SGD50) for kids, 640 THB (~SGD29) for adults
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2. Funarium Indoor Playground

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A definite winner with kids, this large play centre promises a whole array of activities. Aside from the usual activities such as a large playpen with balls, you’ll find a mini indoor soccer field, a basketball court, a rock climbing wall and an art room with smocks, paint, brushes and pencils all set up to go.

There’s even an indoor bicycle track, complete with bikes and scooters and helmets for your tiny tots.

Who says Funarium is only for children? Parents have the option of relaxing and you can even go for a foot massage! A Thai massage while my kids enjoy themselves? Sign me up.

Location: 111/1 Sukhumvit 26, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm everyday
Price: Varies depending on kids age and height, up to 200 THB per ticket(~SGD9). Pricing list available at Funarium online.
More details here.

3. Dream World Bangkok

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This is Bangkok’s Disneyland, and your kid’s fantasies can become a reality here – from sleighing, or making a snow angel, to riding a rollercoaster up SpaceMountain, to meeting Cinderella all in one day. Dream World is similar to Singapore’s Universal Studios but it differs with regards to one very important thing: Queues.

Even on a busy weekend, the queues for rides at Dream World generally do not exceed 10 minutes! You can be sure to try a lot of rides with your children here!

Location: 62 Village No. 1, Rangsit-Ongkharak Road, Bueng Yitho, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12130, Thailand
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday from 10am to 5pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10am to 7pm
Price: Tickets start at 700 THB (~SGD32). Pricing available here.
More details here.

4. Pororo Aqua Park

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This might be the high point of your trip – literally!

Pororo Aqua Park is located at the rooftop of the CentralPlaza Bangna shopping mall and is designed around the theme of popular South Korean kid show Pororo. The world’s first and only Pororo water park, this is where you can dive into 10,000 square metres of waterpark fun with Pororo and his friends.

Try their new award winning ‘Pororo’s Funnel’ slider to get your heart racing. With nine different pool zones, there’s one for every kid!

Location: Central Plaza Bangna (6th floor), 587,589 Debaratana Rd. Bangna nuea, Bangna, Bangkok 10260
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday from 10.30am to 7pm, Saturday–Sunday and Public Holidays from 10am to 7pm
Price: 400 THB (~SGD18) for children, 280 THB(~SGD13) for adults.
More details at Pororo Aqua Park online.

5. Snow Town

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Who says you can’t experience snow in Bangkok?

Snow Town Bangkok is an indoor themed village and play area, with 30-40 cm of artificial snow. You’ll feel like you’re high up in the mountains of Hokkaido as you go down their modest slopes with sleighs and skis. The hall is kept at a refreshing 15 degrees Celsius, a much-needed cooling change from the tropical temperatures of Bangkok.

Location: Fifth Floor, Gateway Ekkamai, Sukhumvit Road
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday from 11am to 10pm, Saturday–Sunday and Public Holidays from 10am to 10pm
Price: 80 THB (~SGD4) for children, 100 THB(~SGD5) for adults. Gear rental at additional prices.

6. Safari World

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Located on the outskirts of Bangkok, Safari World is huge enough to offer a drive-through range for gawking at majestic animals by car or in one of the park’s coaches. Their open-air Safari Park is where you can enjoy an impressive 8-km journey where animals wander free as you drive by in vehicles.

It’ll definitely be an unforgettable trip as your children take in the sights of the Himalayan Black Bears napping in the shade or the giraffes wandering around peacefully!

Location: 99 Panya Intra Road, Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok 10510, Thailand
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm daily
Price: 850 THB (~SGD39) per ticket
More details at Safari World online.

7. Easykart

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This is the biggest and most high-tech go-kart entertainment in Thailand. Choose from an impressive amount of 50 go-karts catering to different age groups and rumble along the track, just inches from the ground.

For the more competitive spirit, lap times are recorded electronically and displayed on an overhead screen, and there’s even a viewing deck above to cheer on your friends and family.

Be warned: there are several sharp corners and a wide-track so it’s no easy feat to win your children and see who emerges first!

Location: 31/11 RCA Plaza, 2nd Floor, Rama 9 Road, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand
Opening Hours: 1pm-12am daily
Price: 596 THB (~SGD27). Racing suit & safety helmets are included.
More details at Easy Kart online.

8. Happiness Theatre at SF World Cinema

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Here’s every movie-goers worst nightmare – a fidgety, loud kid ruining their movie experience in the theatre. If you’re unsure if your little one can sit through a film without ruining other people’s experience, bring them to Happiness Theatre for a trial run first.

A specially designed cinema that plays a wide range of films appropriate for kids, this theatre allows young children to walk around (if they want to) and sit on bean bags and sofas while the film is running. Perfect for you to decide if your kid is ready to hit the big screens back home.

Location: 999/9, CentralWorld, 7th Floor, Ratchadamri Road, Pathumwan, Khet Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
Price: From 170 THB (~SGD8) depending on type of seat.
More details at SF World Cinema online.

9. TK Park

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Billed as a ‘living library’ you’ll find more than just books in this fun, educational space designed to be a fun learning experience for children. With a library, internet centres, 4D cinema, and other media facilities, the objective of the complex is to encourage children to enjoy learning.

The colourful interior includes a children’s hideaway, a cushion pool, and a treehouse aside from the usual books, toys, games. Definitely an interesting experience to see what libraries around the world look like – and very different from the ones in Singapore!

Location: 999/9, CentralWorld, 8th Floor, Ratchadamri Road, Pathumwan, Khet Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm daily
Price: Free

10. Montreux café and farm

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Ever wondered what the farming life feels like? Now you can experience the true Thai farming life at Montreux café and farm! We’re talking planting rice in the rice fields as a family, the kids trying their hands at feeding chicken and fish, and collecting eggs and using them to make salted eggs!

If the farm-life is not for your kids, there are also other activities such as colouring plaster dolls, boating, and drawing, for the full Thai farming life experience.

Location: 77 Moo 4, Bueng San, Ongkharak District, Nakhon Nayok 26120
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 9am to 7pm
Price: From 40 THB (~SGD2)
More details at Montreux café and farm online.

11. Corgi in the Garden

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This cafe might be your next new happy place.

Enter the wonderful world of the Corgi in the Garden cafe, where you get to cuddle, play with, and adore 13 corgis. With names such as ‘Porkchop’, ‘Bean’ and ‘Babycorn’, you know these corgis are going to steal the hearts of you and your children. Prepare to fall in love as these furry friends sit around looking adorable and even perform handshakes!

Each session is limited to only 50 patrons and it works on a first-come-first-served basis so go early to enjoy the food, drinks, and corgi time!

Location: 338/1 Kallapaphruek Road Khwaeng Bang Wa, Phasicharoen, 10160 Bangkok, Thailand
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday from 12.30pm – 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am – 6pm
Price: From 250 THB (~SGD12) for an hour session with a drink and a cake included.
More details at Montreux café and farm online.

12. Imaginia Playland

Posted by Imaginia Playland on Wednesday, 18 September 2019

This is a perfect rainy day activity.

A technology-centric children’s centre, Imaginia Playground is perfect for a ‘learning through playing’ experience for your children, up to 12 years old. There’s a thorough range of activities from art to strategic thinking, perfect for toddlers to tweens.

The 19 different areas include the Time Tube Slider – a giant slide between the two levels, and the Wonder Car, which allows kids to paint a life-size model car using the touch of their finger and a computer. Allow your children to discover their innate creativity here!

Location: The Emporium Shopping Complex, 3rd Floor, 24 Sukhumvit Rd., Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok, Thailand 10110
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday from10am – 7pm and Friday to Sunday from 10am – 8pm.
Price: From 480 THB (~SGD18) for children and from 200 THB (~SGD9) for adults.
More details at Imaginia Playland online.

13. Zanook Wake Park

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Whether it’s your first time trying to wakeboard, or if you’re an experienced rider, Zanook Wake Park is the best downtown Bangkok wake-boarding lake. Aside from the impressive equipment, facilities and staff, there’s even a floating, inflatable playground in the centre of the lake!

This cable-pulley wake-park is fitted with reassuringly modern and high-quality equipment, and the standard of safety is well-maintained with clear teaching for newbies to learn easily!

Looks like the hardest part of this session will be getting your kids to leave the lake!

Location: 77 Thanon Bang Bon 3, Bang Bon, Bangkok 10150, Thailand
Opening Hours: 11am-9.30pm daily
Price: Varies
More details at Zanook Wake Park online.

14. Cooking Class

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One of the easiest ways to introduce a new culture to the kids, cooking classes are both educational and fun. At Bai Pai, classes are held in a traditional Thai house with a lovely garden, pond, and open breezy rooms on the ground floor.

There are even halal and vegetarian-friendly options! Perfect for everyone, and sure to be a wonderful family bonding activity while you gain some serious skills in Thai cuisine!

Location: 8/91 Ngam Wongwan Road, Soi 54, Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Opening Hours: From Mondays to Saturdays. 9.30am-1.30pm (Morning class) & 1.30pm-5.30pm (Afternoon class)
Price: Varies according to meal choices.
More details at Baipai online.

15. Siam Amazing Park

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At this world-class amusement and water park, you’re sure to have a blast with over 30 exciting rides!

We’re talking a seven-storey slide that hurls you down a splash pool at breakneck speed, one of the largest suspended roller coasters in the world with a maximum speed of 80 km/h, and several other thrilling rides that appeal to both adults and children.

It’s a good idea to set aside a day of your Bangkok trip to enjoy the many rides and attractions here.

Location: 203 Suan Siam Rd, Kannayao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening Hours: Daily from 10am to 6pm
Price: 1150 THB(~SGD 52) per ticket which includes entrance to water park, all rides and buffet lunch
More details at Siam Amazing Park online.

16. Peppermint Bike Park

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Have you or your kids ever dreamt of being a daredevil on wheels? Here’s your chance.

Regardless of your age, Peppermint Bike Park has various biking courses scattered around the trail, ranging from challenging paths like the Butterfly Wall Ride and the Drop Zone to beginner-friendly paths for everyone to try their wheels at some serious biking.

If you’re new to off-road cycling (and planning to become serious cyclists) you can also request to be introduced to experienced cyclists to ask them for recommendations on biking techniques and bikes.

Remember to take a break at one of the cafes at Peppermint Bike Park after sweating it out!

Location: 127 Soi Yothin Phattana 3, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 11am to 8pm and Saturday, Sunday & PH from 7am to 9pm
Price: Varies according to different bikes
More details at Peppermint Bike Park online.

17. VR1 Bangkok

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Say goodbye to big, chunky arcade game machines and hello to state-of-the-art VR games at the first full service Virtual Reality gaming facility in Thailand!

At VR1 Bangkok, choose from a wide array of games ranging from shooting games and dance challenges to cooking competitions – as you teleport into the virtual world through your flashy virtual reality glasses and show off your best skills. No need to worry about embarrassing yourselves in front of others there as all rooms are private there so you can really let loose with your family!

Location: 154 Soi Sukhumvit 55, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 12pm-12am daily
Price: 650 THB (~SGD30) for one hour
More details at VR 1 online.

18. 4DX @ Paragon

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3D movies in Singapore just not exciting enough for you or your kids? This might be for you.

4D-Plex is the latest in movie entertainment to make you feel like you’re actually in the movie. As you watch the film of your choice, the theatre will be filled with different scents, fog will lift from the screen, your seat will tilt and vibrate, and you’ll even be blasted with strong winds and spritzes of water – a movie experience to remember!

Location: Paragon Complex, 991 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10.30am -12am daily
Price: 600 THB (~SGD27) for one ticket
More details at VR 1 online.

19. Asiatique Sky Ferris Wheel

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You might think you’ve seen every part of Bangkok but have you ever revelled in the twinkling night lights of Bangkok from above the city? Enjoy the spectacular view from the Ferris Wheel cabin that accommodates up to four. Towering above at the height of 60-metres, you can wind down and enjoy the beauty of the Chao Phraya at night.

Location: 2194 Charoenkrung Road, Wat Prayakrai District, Bangkok Laem, Bangkok 10120
Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am daily
Price: Varies depending on cabin choices and age. Adult tickets start at 400 THB (~SGD19) and children tickets are 250 THB (~SGD12)
More details at Asiatique online.

20. Bangkok Doll Factory and Museum

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Creepy or cutesy? This one could go either way! A hidden gem in one of Bangkok’s old neighbourhood, you’ll get to find out the significance behind dolls in Thai culture here.

This hipster and somewhat hard-to-find museum is home to a wonderful selection of over 400 traditional Thai dolls and figures sourced from around the world. Especially if you have a doll lover in your family, this may be a highlight of their time in Bangkok.

Location: 85 Makkasan, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 8am – 5pm
Price: Free
More details at Bangkok Dolls online.

10 Things to See

21. Grand Palace

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Introduce your kids to the city’s most famous landmark and immerse yourselves in Thai history and culture as a family.

Home to Thai Kings for 150 years, the Grand Palace provides some serious grandeur and beauty no other place offers. The murals and impressive figures along with the Chapel of the Emerald Buddha will definitely amaze your kids and make for an unforgettable lesson in history.

Location: Na Phra Lan Rd, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8:30 am – 3.30 pm daily
Price: 500 THB (~SGD23) for foreigners and Free-of-Charge for Thais.
More details at Grand Palace online.

22. Children’s Discovery Museum

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Suitable for the younger kids, the Children’s Discovery Museum encourages children to learn how the world works through hands-on experiences. No more bored children at museums with the interactive displays here for them to enter the experience and participate in learning.

Check out the science gallery to create giant bubbles while you are on the inside, or dig up dinosaur bones like an archaeologist. Just make sure you leave enough time for all the activities!

Location: Soi 4, Kamphaeng Phet Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm daily
Price: Free

23. Sealife Bangkok

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The largest underwater experience in Southeast Asia, there are more than 30,000 marine animals for you and your children to be amazed by. Walk through the glass tube – the only thing separating you from massive sharks swimming by in this aquatic wonderland, which is as large as three Olympic sized pools.

Your children will love the exciting around-the-clock shows, including shark feeding, rocky shore talk, penguin feeding, diver underwater talk, animal contact, and otter feeding sessions! This is truly an Aqua-heaven.

Location: B1-B2 Floor, Siam Paragon Building, 991 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am to 9pm daily
Price: Starts at 981 TBH (~SGD45) for adults and 801 THB (~SGD37) for children.
More details at Sealife Bangkok online.

 24. Siam Niramit show

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This spectacular show brilliantly captures Thailand’s history of seven centuries into a 90-minute production. Almost like an epic novel coming to life before your eyes, marvel at the 11.95-metre stage complete with the show’s monumental set pieces and a legion of performers (including real elephants and goats!) to recreate a realistic ambience of Siam hundreds of years ago.

A visual spectacle is promised with this wildly-entertaining show!

Location: 19 Thiam Ruam Mit Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
Show Timing: Varies
Price: 1200 TBH (~SGD55)
More details at Siam Niramit online.

25. Nanta Theatre

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Who knew a nonverbal show could be this exciting?

Bangkok Nanta Theatre is a comedy show slash intense cooking demonstration where the actors dance, cut vegetables and prepare meals in an impressive performance geared toward families. The show is truly unique and has everything from circus acts to percussion numbers built into the storyline.

Don’t worry about your young children losing interest and getting bored as everything happens at a very fast pace, which keeps kids engaged and entertained!

Location: 99/6-9 Chaturathit Rd, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand (SHOW DC ,4th Floor)
Show Timing: Monday to Sunday 8:00pm to 9:10pm (Closed on every first Monday of the month)
Price: 500 TBH (~SGD22.70)
More details at Nanta Theatre online.

26. Klong Tours

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Take your kids on this history lesson that promises to be anything but boring.

Learn about how rapidly Bangkok has metamorphosed from the early part of the 20th century by touring the canals (known as klongs) of the Chao Phraya River in a long-tail boat.

Don’t be surprised if you find time passing by real quick while you’re on the boats and exploring the klongs – it’s common for tourists to spend a whole day here glimpsing a place and time that is quickly vanishing from the landscape of modern Bangkok. The wooden homes on stilts, floating kitchens, Buddhist temples, and small family businesses are sure to be an eye-opener for you and your children!

Location: 66 Charoen Nakhon Rd. 32/1, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
Company: Many options available but Pandan Tour is certified by Trip Advisor. 
Price: 1500 TBH (~SGD69) for up to 8 visitors on one boat
More details at Pandan Tour online.

27. Museum of Siam

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Known as the Discovery Museum, this well-designed place lives up to its name and promises an afternoon of discovery for your children. Kids will adore the numerous hands on exhibits in this interactive museum while discovering Thais and their culture.

Bonus points as children under 15 have free entry to this museum! On public holidays, they frequently run their free-entry-for-all promotion – a great option for an activity in Bangkok without spending a single penny.

Location: 4 Sanam Chai Rd, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Show Timing: Tuesday to Sunday from 10am – 6pm
Price: 100 TBH (~SGD5)
More details at Museum of Siam online.

28. Lumpini Park

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Tired of the busy city life in Singapore? You’ll love this inner-city haven of tranquility, fresh air and shade. One of the largest green spaces in central Bangkok, this lovely park is is home to various flora and fauna – don’t be surprised if you see monitor lizards scampering in their natural habitat.

Lumpini Park’s onsite facilities include paddle-boats, playgrounds, and an outdoor gym and you can even sweat it out at Lumpini Park’s free aerobics sessions and high-energy techno tunes before sunset.

Location: Rama IV Rd, Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: Daily from 4.30am to 9pm
Price: Entrance is free

29. Snake Farm at Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute

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Forget everything you might have seen in any snake farm in Thailand – the Bangkok Snake Farm is a real revelation if you are curious about the world of snakes – for both adults and kids.

The many poisonous species on display include the well-known king cobra, Malayan krait, and Russell’s viper. Specialising in the cultivation of venomous snakes and extracting venom to produce antidotes for snake-bite victims in Thailand, the farm offers an informative and fascinating experience for snake-lovers and might even help elevate your unjustified fear of snakes!

Location: Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, 1871 Thanon Rama IV, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday from 9.30am to 3.30pm, and Saturday–Sunday from 9.30am to 1pm
Price: 200 THB (~SGD9) for adults and 50 THB (~SGD3) for children
More details at Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute online.

30. Wat Pho

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Wat Pho is the oldest and largest temple complex in Bangkok, and has the biggest collection of Buddha images. It’s also called Temple of the Reclining Buddha, referring to its most remarkable feature – a huge golden Buddha (46m long and 15m high!) lying on his side – featuring an intricate mother of pearl inlay and Buddhist Sanskrit.

To keep the kids content, you can purchase a bowl of coins for them to drop in each of the 108 brass bowls that line the hall of the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, whilst chanting a little prayer – it’s said to bring good fortune. (Coins can be purchased for 20 THB (~SGD1) on entry to the hall)

Location: 2 Sanamchai Road, Grand Palace Subdistrict, Pranakorn District
Opening Hours:  8am to 6.30pm daily
Price: 100 THB (~SGD5) for adults, free for children

10 Things to Eat

31. Shabu Lab Thailand

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SHABU LAB น้ำซุป-น้ำจิ้ม รสชาติตามใจชอบ! #ไม่จำกัดเวลาชาบูจะเยียวยาทุกสิ่ง และก็จริงๆ เพราะหลังจากได้กินแล้ว บอกเลยว่าอูมามิมั่กๆ วันนี้มาตามรอยเสียงลือเสียงเล่าอ้าง ถึงร้าน Shabu Lab กันที่สยามสแควร์ที่เค้าว่ากันว่า อารมณ์เหมือนห้องแลปทดลองวิทยาศาสตร์ เลยสวมรอยเป็นนักวิทยาศาสตร์มานั่งกินกันที่ร้านกันเลยทีเดียว บรรยากาศแรกที่เข้ามาคือดูโปร่งสบาย คุมโทน นักศึกษาและคนวัยทำงานเยอะมาก เลยจัดไป สั่งมากินซะเลย!บอกเลยว่าเปิดมาด้วยเมนูที่ทางร้านบอกว่าเด็ดมาก นั่นก็คือ น้ำจิ้มไข่ออนเซ็น ที่ไข่ออนเซ็นทุกฟองของทางร้านจะออกมาเป็นเหมือนไข่ลวกที่กำลังพอดีๆ จะโรยด้วยพริก กระเทียม น้ำปลา โชยุ อะไรก็ได้แล้วแต่คนชอบ อีกสิ่งนึง ที่ชวนอลเวง และทำให้ตื่นเต้นมากๆก็คือ การปรุงน้ำซุป น้ำซุปที่นี่จะมีทั้งหมด 6 น้ำ ได้แก่ ซุปต้มแจ่ว ,ซุปหม่าล่า ,ซุปต้นตำรับ ,ซุปชีส ,ซุปเบคอน ,ซุปสุกี้ยากี้ ที่ใส่เหมือนขวดทดลองให้เราแล้วนำมาเทใส่น้ำซุปที่หม้อตัวเอง และสามารถปรุง เพิ่มเติมให้เป็นรสชาติตามที่ตัวเองชอบได้เลยนะ ส่วนนี้แอดชอบมากๆ ถูกใจมากหลังจากอึ้ง อลังการกับการทำน้ำจิ้มกันมาแล้ว ยังต้องมาตู้วหู้วกับส่วนของเนื้ออีก เพราะทางร้านได้นำเข้าเนื้อออสเตรเลียเลือกได้ทั้งส่วนมันและไม่มัน มาให้เราได้รับประทานกัน หรือเนื้อส่วนอื่นๆก็จะเป็น เนื้อหมู แฮมไก่สไลด์บาง ลูกชิ้นปลา ปูอัด เต้าหูปลา ลูกชิ้นกุ้ง ลูกชิ้นหมู และผักนานาชนิด ให้เลือกทาน ปิดจบด้วยหมูตุ๋น ที่แค่เอาเข้าปากก็ละลายในปากได้เลย รสชาติกลมกล่อม ถึงกลิ่นเครื่องเทศเลยล่ะ ปล. ราคาเดียวเด้อ 379 บาท ไม่จำกัดเวลา อิ่มแบบจุกจุกไปเล้ยยยยชื่อร้าน : SHABU LABราคา : 379 บาทพิกัด : สยามสแควร์ซอย 10เวลาเปิด-ปิด : Mon-Sun 12.00-21.00น.โทร : 02-251-7558FB : SHABU LAB

Posted by หราาา on Friday, 12 July 2019

Shabu shabu (Jap-style hotpot dish) is like science here at Bangkok’s laboratory-style restaurant. Don’t be surprised to see test tubes and beakers here where you’re encouraged to create the perfect broth by mixing and matching flavors like Tom Jaew (sour), Ma La (salty and spicy), Sukiyaki (sweet), and Kimchi (salty and sour).

There’s no rush to leave at this buffet-style hot pot restaurant which gives you unlimited time here, allowing you and your children to keep trying until you’ve perfected your hot pot broth!

Location: 430/11-12 Siam Square Soi 10, Bangkok, Thailand
Opening Hours: 12-9pm daily
Price: 379 THB (~SGD18)
More details at Shabu Lab online.

32. Baan 1000 Mai Cafe & Farm

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While getting your tummy stuffed at this cafe, you can also get your hands and feet dirty by learning and interacting with the different farm animals here! Ducklings, chickens, and sheep are just some of the many animals that you and your children might fall in love with.

There’s also a mini farm here for both adults and children for hands-on sessions – plant rice, make century eggs, and water crops. Finish off with the delicious goodies available at the cafe which include baked goods, salads, and organic produce!

Location: 48 Tambon Bang Toei, Amphoe Sam Khok, Chang Wat Pathum Thani 12160
Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm from Saturday to Sunday
Price: From 10 THB (~SGD0.45)
More details at Baan 100 Mai Cafe & Farm online.

33. Soi 38 off Sukhumvit

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Sukhumvit Soi 38 offers a great initiation into Thai street food and is a real contrast against the usual “smart” restaurants in Singapore.

Here you will eat on the street at a wobbly metal table with cars driving by  the stalls that line the road. There’ll even be the occasional friendly dogs jogging in hopes for some scraps. The food is tasty with fresh ingredients, cheap and arrives quickly, and most menus are in English, making it easy to make your choice!

Location: Soi Sukhumvit 38 | Phra Khanong, Khlong ToeiBangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 5pm to 2am daily
Price: Varies according to food choices

34. Helix Quarter at EmQuartier

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You’ll be spoilt for choices here with almost 50 food outlets to choose from in this uniquely-designed space. Ranging from authentic Thai delights to regular Western food if your kids are picky eaters, it’s bound to be an enjoyable meal – especially with their stand-out architecture.

The design includes a spiral staircase concept with futuristic sweeping surfaces and 100-metre long ‘rainforest chandelier’ hanging from the ceiling and a back-to-nature theme with some excellent views of downtown Bangkok from their viewing platforms.

Location: 698 693,695 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Price: Varies according to food choices

35. Benihana Japanese Restaurant

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This restaurant is famed for its oversized, signature sushi rolls and the larger-than-life teppanyaki chefs who entertain while they cook and offer a memorable show – perfect for the little ones!

The restaurant is at its most entertaining when sitting around the cooking island and watching the lightning-fast chefs prepare delicious cuts of premium beef from Japan, USA and Australia. To drink, Benihana offers an impressive range of sake and shochu, and for the kids, their fresh seasonal fruit smoothies are excellent.

Location: Ground Floor, Anantara Riverside Resort, 257/1-3 Charoennakorn Road, Thonburi, Bangkok
Opening Hours: 5pm to 2am daily
Price: Steaks start from 1000 TBH (~SGD 46)

36. Hajime Robot Restaurant

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Remember when everyone thought the 2000s will have flying cars and robot waiters – well, we got one out of two. At Hajime Robot restaurant which is a Yakiniku place, the food is brought to you by…. a samurai robot!

The robots here are extremely efficient, and are known to deliver food to the tables quickly and correctly. You might have tried mini barbecues at many restaurants, but this unique dining experience is definitely worth a shot!

Location: Monopoly Park, Rama3 Road between Soi61 and Soi 63, Bangkok
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm daily
Price: Varies
More details at Hajime Restaurant online.

37. Ka-Tron Restaurant

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Just when you thought you’ve seen it all – Ka-Tron is the world’s one and only place to watch a unicyclist catch a flying fried chicken on his head.

You heard right – this is a spectacle both you and your kids will remember for a long time to come. The restaurant serves a typical selection of Thai soups, salads and curries too, but it’s the juicy chicken that everyone comes for! There’s also a live band and karaoke and its a dining experience you have to try at least once if you’re in Bangkok.

Location: 99/1 Bangna Trad (on the way to Suvarnabhumi International Airport)
Opening Hours: 5pm – 11pm daily
Price: Varies

38. Melange Bangkok

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Kids can be some of the most picky eaters around and we all know how tiresome it is to find them food they like. That might not be a problem at this breakfast place which offers dishes that can be tailored to your likings.

Design your own breakfast just the way you like it – add as much cheese or bacon to your eggs! After you choose from a range of international and Thai dishes, you can lounge by the pool while the kids swim or play in the small garden and pool nearby.

There’s also a covered play space for the younger children, with padded flooring, a small climbing structure and ball pit, and toys to keep them entertained.

Location: 63 Sukhumvit Rd, Phra Khanong Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 8am to 10pm
Price: From 170 THB (~SGD8)
More details at Melange Bangkok online.

39. Big Dog Cafe

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It’s time to up your dog cafe game by visiting the Queen of all dog cafes – Big Dog Cafe Bangkok!

This place will have you and your little ones falling in love with dogs of all shapes and sizes. From large breeds such as Alaskan Malamutes, milk white Chow Chows, and the cutest fluffy English Sheepdogs, prepare to fall in love. It’s also the perfect opportunity to show your kids they shouldn’t judge a book by its cover – by seeing how gentle the large dogs are.

While the dogs might be the highlight, try their yummy pasta too. And if you’re lucky, you might get to see the doggos swimming in their special doggy pool too!

Location: 88 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Huai Khwang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10310, Thailand
Opening Hours: 9.30am to 9.30pm daily
Price: From 199 THB (~SGD9) for entrance fee and a drink

40. Mocking Tales

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Step into a time long gone at Mocking Tales! Decked out in medieval décor, the café transports diners back to the middle ages.

Introduce your kids to a time from way back, with the medieval fantasy decor that looks like its straight out of a Harry Potter movie. The food and desserts they serve are a treat to behold. Remember to pick up some of the props, start a gentleman’s ‘duel’ with your family the knight way, and definitely snap tons of pictures!

Location: Soi Sukhumvit 55, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 11am-1am daily
Price: From 260 THB (~SGD12)

10 Places to Shop at

41. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

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You might have seen this market on most of Thailand’s travel websites and magazines. At Thailand’s most popular floating market, expect a taste of authentic Thai culture at Damnoen Saduak. The market is lined with stalls selling everything from souvenirs to fruits to lip-smacking street food. Hire a boat and just paddle along as you shop, while observing the locals go about their daily business.

Filled with a cocktail of sights, sounds, smells, and products, this is truly the place for you and your children to experience the bustling Thai life.

Location: Damnoen Saduak, Damnoen Saduak District, Ratchaburi 70130, Thailand
Opening Hours: 7am to 5pm daily
Price: Free entry

42. MBK Shopping Mall

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Eight floors, 2,000 shops, spread over 89,000 square metres – this haven is wonderful for a shopping trip with the children. From kids clothing, to accessories, to handbags, electronic items, and lots of food options, you can find everything in this mall.

Worried about your kids getting bored while you shop? Fret not, for they can keep themselves entertained at MBK’s entertainment complex on their top floor which boasts a cinema, karaoke, arcade, and even a 3D Trick Art Museum!

Don’t forget the most important thing to do while you’re shopping at MBK – bargain, bargain, and bargain!

Location: 444 Phayathai Road, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Price: Free entry

43. Chatuchak Market

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Is a trip to Bangkok really complete if you don’t visit the legendary Chatuchak market?

Most well-known for its crazy bargains and incredible amount of stores (almost 15,000!), Chatuchak isn’t simply a market but is an experience. It’s energetic, fun and is a place where you can find anything! Aside from the wide range of children’s clothing, your kids are sure to love the incredible variety of food here.

Remember to try the authentic Thai ice-cream here!

Location: Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Opening Hours: 9am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday but most shops open at 11am and start closing around 5pm
Price: Free entry

44. Terminal 21

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While Bangkok has unique malls at every turn, none of them are perhaps as fun and interesting as Terminal 21.

This mall is designed around the theme of an airport, with different floors representing different countries  – expect meticulous details throughout, like individually designed themed restrooms on each of the floors.

Whether or not you are looking to buy anything, browsing in Terminal 21 is a great way to cool off in the air-con with your young ones while enjoying a unique shopping experience.

Location: 88 Soi Sukhumvit 19, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Price: Free entry

45. Khao San Market

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If you’re looking for a market in Bangkok with truly fun vibes to hang out at with your kids, then Khao San Market is the place for you. You can visit Khao San Road with your kids both during the day or the night.

At this busy street, there’s plenty of authentic Thai food (pad thai galore!), as well as quirky souvenirs like postcards, cute toys and other items you can find only in Bangkok. You can also soak in the exciting atmosphere as night falls with the welcoming crowd there!

Location: Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
Price: Free entry

46. Siam Paragon

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If you’ve got a bit of market fatigue after checking the other markets out, Siam Paragon is where you should be heading to give your credit cards a good bashing. Go luxe all the way with designer brands including Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, Prada and Burberry: it’s futile to try and resist! Why is this a great place in Bangkok visit with your kids, you ask?

This happens to be the same mall that SEA LIFE and KidZania are located in: buy yourself some shopping time by sending dad off to one of the family-friendly fun picks with the kids.

Nothing can get in between you and those branded goodies now.

Location: 91 Rama Road, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
Price: Free entry

47. Taling Chan Floating Market

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You’ll find authentic Thai food here in this slightly smaller market, like you will in other markets, but the best things about Taling Chan is that there aren’t the overwhelming crowds to deal with and there’s even a small children’s play area.

Time your visit for lunch and you can relax by the water while feasting on freshly cooked crabs and barbecued prawns, while soaking up the village life. Your kids can also feed the schools of river fish from the jetty afterwards.

Location: 300 Soi Chak Phra 17, Khwaeng Khlong Chak Phra, Khet Taling Chan
Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 8am -6pm
Price: Free entry

48. Central World

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Enter retail shopping heaven at Thailand’s largest shopping mall, which is the tenth largest in the World.

Central World has absolutely everything you need under one roof. Unlike Siam Paragon, the mall targets the middle class with high-street retailers including H&M, Uniglo, Toys R Us, and huge Japan department store chains Isetan. There’s also a train shuttle for kids that runs through the mall, and an indoor ice-skating rink for the children to enjoy themselves here!

Location: 999/9 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily
Price: Free entry

49. Platinum Fashion Mall

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We know – it’s a trip with the kids but that doesn’t mean Mummies should neglect themselves right?

At Platinum Fashion Mall, you’ll find the trendiest outfits at a total bargain. We’re talking 11 floors of fashion and accessories with over 2,000 retail outlets – at wholesale price so you know you’ve got to bargain! On the 5th Floor of Platinum Fashion Mall is the Platinum Food Hall which offers tasty, inexpensive Thai F&B for when you need to refuel.

Location: 222 Phetchaburi Rd, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8am-8pm daily
Price: Free entry

50. Pantip Plaza

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While Mum shops at Platinum Fashion Mall, Dad and the kids can wander over next door to Pantip Plaza, the largest IT shopping mall in Thailand with five floors and hundreds of small tech shops. Just as exciting as a fashion bargain!

Aside from all things tech you can find here, there are plenty of drones and electronic toys for children like walking dogs, wireless microphones and dancing robots to buy here as well. Looks like all bases are covered when it comes to shopping in Bangkok!

Location: 604/3 Phetchaburi Rd, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am-9pm daily
Price: Free entry