What to do in Bangkok with Kid.
Kids are welcome almost anywhere in Bangkok. Creating wonderful memories for life!
Allow Plenty of Time: With kids in tow, it will take longer to get through airports, get checked in, bathroom stops, etc., so make sure to plan for it.
The Emporium Shopping Centre Luxury Shopping Mall in Bangkok.
MBK Center and Siam Paragon both have bowling alleys to keep the older ones occupied. The latter also has an IMAX theatre and Siam Ocean World, a basement-level aquarium.
The aquarium at Siam Paragon shopping complex is now known as SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World. Its British parent company has more than 50 aquatic centers around the world. More than just an underwater experience, SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World is home to a range of special activities. It’s a perfect place to see the marine life as closely as it is.
For those particularly hot days, CentralWorld has an ice rink.
All of these malls and most others in Bangkok have amusement centers with video games, small rides, and playgrounds.
Parks & Playgrounds
Central Bangkok’s biggest park is the trusty ally in the cool hours of the morn and afternoon for kite flying in season February to April), swan-boat rentals and fish feeding, as well as stretching of the legs and lungs.
The park is very central and is close to Langsuan Road, Wireless Road and upscale Rajadamri Road where you will find the 4 Seasons Hotel and Hansar Bangkok Hotel and there are many good 4-star and 5-star hotels in the area.
Lumpini Park is close to the Dusit Thani Hotel which is where Silom Road and Rama IV Road intersect.
Play Centres & Amusement Parks For kid-specific play centers, consider Funarium, central Bangkok’s largest, IMAGINIA Playlandor the impressive KidZania.
At IMAGINIA, the playland of imagination, we provide imaginative building experiences embedded in creative activities that foster holistic childhood development. Our “Imagination Development Methodology (IDM)” originates from the core concept of learning through
playing that combine researches of classic and contemporary play theory. IMAGINIA invites
all children and families to the world of art, music, literature, and strategic play.
The activities foster children in an organic way to spark their innate creativity and evoke their families’imaginative soul.
The Emporium Shopping Complex 3rd fl., Sukhumvit 24 Rd., Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Alternatively, Safari World, Siam Park City or Dream World are all vast amusement parks found north of the city.
Rainy-Day Fun If you’re visiting during the rainy season (approximately from June to October), you’ll need a few indoor options in your plan.
Kid-Friendly Museums Children’s Discovery Museum
this recently renovated kid-themed museum has interactive displays ranging in people from construction to culture,
Museum of Siam Although not specifically targeted towards children, the Museum of Siam has Its of interactive exhibits that will appeal to kids Madame Tussauds Sim Discovery has a branch of this famous wax museum
The National Science Museum in Rangsit, just north of the capital, is spread over six floors and aims to be a thoroughly modern hands-on experience, each floor is open plan and stuffed with a diverse array of exhibits which are most marked in English as well as Thai helping to make it as an interesting experience for the non-Thai adult as it is to the local student and at 60 baht it is good value. There is also a cafeteria and gift shop. Each of the six floors has a distinct theme, kicking off with Pioneering Scientists which explores the work of early thinkers.
Practicalities Many hotels offer family deals, adjoining rooms and (in the midrange and top-end hotels cots, so enquire specifically car seats. on the other hand, are almost impossible to find. You’re traveling with a child, so don’t hesitate to tell Taxi to slow down.
Infants Nappies (diapers), international brands of milk formula and other infant requirements are widely available. For something
Dining with children in Thailand, particularly with infants, is a liberating experience, as Thai people are so fond of kids. Take it for granted that your babies will be fawned over, played with – and even carried around -by restaurant waitstaff. Consider this a much-deserved break, not to mention a bit of free cultural exposure.
For the widest choice of food, child-friendly surroundings and noise levels that will drown out even the loudest child, you may find the food courts of Bangkok’s many megamalls to be the most comfortable family dining options. High-chairs are rare outside expensive restaurants.