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Although Bangkok may be a big city, it is easy to get around, use public transportation, and discover many free or affordable sights to visit, making it suitable for a family vacation. It is quite difficult to understand how to begin a Bangkok trip as there is a lot to view and do in Bangkok with kids.This urban center is so stuffed with art, tradition, and history, but it is additionally a good spot for food lovers, fashionistas, and fun-seekers. In this post, I have put together a list of 6 of the best family vacation spots in Bangkok that both parents and kids of all ages will definitely adore.
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As the name indicates, this place is another world in itself, full of Nature. Here, you can experience Underwater life and wild birds also together with wildlife. An important feature of this place is the animals can move without restraint. They aren’t caged. Safari Park is approximately 8 kilometers in size. Visitors drive around a wide-open safari by their own car, which is a bit diverse in perspective. A drive through this safari park takes about an hour. There are various shows like Dolphin show, Orangutan show, Elephant show, Sky war show, Cowboy show, etc. The park also held a show similar to a James Bond movie; the strategy utilized in that demonstration is amazing. Literally, visitors feel like watching a movie, making it a unique and fun-filled place to spend quality time with your friends and loved ones.You should definitely carry a few bottles of water as you might feel dehydrated. 1000 baht per person it’s an entry fee.
The Grand Palace
Grand Palace is awe-inspiring and complicated, having a great architecture which was previously the abode of the Kings of Thailand and section of which has now been converted into a museum. Moreover, the whole complex houses many design wonders, and the whole complex has several buildings, halls, gardens, etc. It’s an attractive complex. It’s a jam-packed place because of the large number of people visiting this palace daily because it is Bangkok’s main attraction. It could be a smart idea to go early in the morning, around 9: 00 am.. The article is simply wonderful, and it’s worth a visit, although it’s almost always packed. The architecture of the place is extraordinary. It requires about 4-5 hours to explore it. Easier to reach via the river. The only downside is its entry fee, free for thai and 500 baht for international tourists. The ticket counter shuts at 3.30. You’ve to follow a stick dress code to go inside. You can find more details about grand palace in this post.
Once in a lifetime, you should take the children and allow them to take pleasure in everything around them. There are plenty of things to test; you won’t manage to accomplish in a day. There are plenty of things to test; you won’t manage to accomplish in a day. Getting to Dream World Bangkok is easy; it is possible to grab the bus 188 back to Chatuchak or bus 538/523 back to Victory Monument. Once you arrive there, either pick MRT or BST to go to your desired destination. Be sure you avoid going back from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM if you don’t want to get trapped as it is the heaviest commuter traffic time. 900 THB is the entry fee.
Siam Amazing Park
It is probably the finest Amusement park in Bangkok with incredible water rides. It is advisable to pay a visit in the summer seasons since almost no guests and great rides are available, particularly the roller coaster boomerang. Siam Amazing park is a perfect park to spend the day with kids. Inexpensive tickets and lunch contrasting to the dream world. Free access to the water park. Suggested for all families to take a vacation in Bangkok. Stay away from the taxi scams outside the park as always, choose a meter taxi. As of now, the Ticket costs 600 THB for adults and 450 THB (100cm~130cm).
A decent way to spend a few hot hours in mid-day. Fantasia Lagoon, Launched in 2009, is a comparatively big and well-maintained water park with two branches: at the rooftop levels of The Mall Bang Kae and The Mall Bangkapi, shopping centers away from central Bangkok. The parks are sectioned into different themed areas, offering several water slides, big swimming pools, a lazy river, and play areas equipped with a sailing ship, waterfalls, and whirlpools. One highlight includes the sweeping city views noticeably from the top of the larger slides. There is food available; you can easily lease towels and tubes. You have to put on a bathing cap, which is also available on rent. Fantasia Lagoon entry fee is 220 THB for adults and 130 for kids. Yearly membership of 2,500 Baht per person is also released not long ago, which comes with limitless trips in one year.
About Kim Aroon
Kim is a travel blogger based in Bangkok. He is also a computer engineer & dreamer.
He often writes Bangkok related content. You can read his content on his blog Bangkok Travel Point.