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Top 25 Things To Do With Kids In Bangkok

At first glance, living in Bangkok or a visit to the city might not seem like the most suitable place for kids. That’s a huge misconception. Bangkok or ‘The Big Mango’ as it’s known locally, offers a vast array of amazing activities and camps for kids. From soft play centers to wild water parks, there are plenty of places to enjoy some family fun and keep everyone from toddlers to teens happy and occupied.

To make your life easier our BKK Kids community members have voted from the hundreds of super cool attractions to create our Top 25 Things to do with Kids in Bangkok. Here we have compiled a list of our members’ most popular places and we’ve included something for everyone. You can learn to surf in the heart of the city, visit a water park on top of a shopping center or discover the back streets of Bangkok on family friendly bike and scooter tours.

This list is not created through any paid advertising, it’s an organic list of recommended places from actual positive feedback received from within our community and the list changes every year.

If you discover something new that we’ve missed, we would love to hear from you [email protected]

1. Playmondo Children’s Amusement Center

Address : 2nd Floor Central World, 3rd Floor Central EastVille⁣, Central Eastville,Central Ladprao and Central Rama 2.
Time : Central World Daily: 10am – 8pm Central EastVille:
Central Festival EastVille : Mon – Fri 11 am. – 8 pm., Sat – Sun 10.30 am. – 8 pm.
Tel : Central World: 02-103-2455   Central Eastville: 02-102-5465
Website : https://playmondo.com/

Learn through play with Playmondo where you can have fun in four different zones. At Playmondo toddlers and children up to age 13 can explore 4 different play zones inspired by various natural landscapes.
Kids can discover our desert zone, ocean zone, volcano zone and forest zone – equipped with interactive play, slides, obstacle course, ball pits, trampolines and soft play areas.

Each area encourages kids to use their creativity and various types of movement; jumping, crawling through tunnels, stepping, dancing and playing in a fun filled environment. Learn through Play with us in 4 Bangkok locations: Central World, Central Eastville,Central Ladprao and Central Rama 2.

2.Playsquare Laser Tag

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Address : 2nd Floor Central World, and 3rd Floor Central EastVille
Open: Mon – Fri : 11 am. – 8 pm. Sat – Sun : 10.30 am. – 8pm.
Tel : Central World: 02-103-2499   Central Eastville: 02-102-5418
Website : www.playmondo.com/play-square-laser-tag/

PlaySquare Laser Tag  is where you will play in the coolest laser arena.
Enjoy the game worry-free as every inch of our arenas are designed with safety in-mind. Experience more than 20 game modes with your friends or as individuals. At Playsquare you always meet new people who are fun and active – just like you!

3.BOUNCE Thailand ( The Emquartier)

Address : 4th Floor, EmQuartier Shopping Mall, 4B02 The Glass Quartier, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtan Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Contact : Daily : 10 am. – 10 pm.
Tel : 02 079 1146
Website : https://www.bounceinc.co.th/

BOUNCE is Bangkok’s Largest Indoor Urban Playground comprising a massive indoor trampoline park for all ages located at The EmQuartier . Their mission is to inspire movement via 2,400 square meters of interconnected trampolines, padding, and airbags. There are various adventure features, The Wall, Slam Dunk, Big Bag and a Free-Jump Arena. They also offer Coaching Programs and Trampoline Classes, such as Flight Academy, KinderGym, and Tramp Camp.

4. Flow House Bangkok

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Address : 120/1 A-Square Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
Time : Mon – Fri : 2 pm. – 9 pm. , Sat – Sun : 11 am. – 9pm.
Tel : 02 108 5210
Website : https://www.facebook.com/FlowHouseBangkok2/

Family fun in an outside artificially generated static wave pool where kids can practise their surfing style. Various levels of simulated waves test your surfing skills or learn to surf and balance for the first time with their qualified instructors. Definitely a good way to beat the heat and have some family fun.

5. The Maple Skate park

Address : 489/3 Ram Inthra Road, Ram Inthra, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok, Thailand
Time : Mon – Sun 9.00am -12am.
Tel : K. Jo 086-555-4885 , [email protected]
Website : https://www.facebook.com/themapleskatepark

The Maple Skate Park is an indoor skate park located in Ichiba Station Japanese night market on Ramintra road where you can skate even if it’s raining or sunny with hundreds of parking lots available and loads of food and snack at the food zone. Lots of skate elements are waiting! Skate courses and private session offer!! See you there.

5. Easy Karts Go-Karting Center

Address : 2nd Floor, 31/11 RCA Plaza, Rama IX Road, Bangkapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10320
Time : Daily : 1 pm. – 00 am.
Tel : 02 203 1205 ext 24
Website : https://easykart.net/

EasyKart have 3 locations: Bangkok, Pattaya and Koh Samui. The track in Bangkok is inside and air conditioned which makes a huge difference and is very convenient for families with younger kids. If you are looking for a fun activity this is definitely worth checking out. They have special karts for children (120cc) and larger (160cc) for adults and a viewing area if you prefer to just let the kids have fun while you relax and watch the family on the racing track. There is a bar, pool and fuse-ball tables to keep the kids amused and plenty of qualified safety experts on hand at all times.

6. Little Pea Kids Commons

Address : theCOMMONS Unit P1, Play Yard (Fl. 2) 335 Sukhumvit 55 Thonglor Soi 17  Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Time : Daily 9am – 6pm
Tel : 02-712-5245 , Line: @littlepeabkk
Email: [email protected]
Website : http://www.littlepeabkk.com/

Little Pea Kids Commons

Little Pea is a place where families can connect through enriching activities, multi-sensory play, and community events. There is something for everyone! This includes programs for little ones, kids, families, and expectant parents. You can splash at a Messy & Water Playgroup, jam during a K-Pop dance session, bake at cooking workshops, learn from local experts at their school break camps, or just drop-in for an afternoon of play. Adult classes range from first aid to childbirth education. Little Pea even specialize in kid’s birthday parties, too! Feel like staying home? Check out their at-home activity kits and virtual cooking classes. A world of wonder awaits.  Come join the fun! 

7. Co van Kessel Bangkok Tours

Address : Floor 0, River City, Charoen Krung Road, Talat Noi, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100
Time : Daily : 6am – 7pm
Tel : 02 639 7351
Website : https://www.covankessel.com/

Co Van Kessel bike tours give you the opportunity to see a part of the real Bangkok away from the concrete towers and let’s you discover a vast network of local streets, alleyways, footpaths and canals. You get to see and experience what lurks behind the modern facade and see hidden worlds giving you a picture of ‘real’ Thai life that has remained unchanged for countless decades and is largely unknown to visitors. This is a truly unique, bicycles or boat or combined tour, for those who want a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the sights, sounds and smells of Thailand. Kids bikes are available but remember to confirm their ages and proficiency levels when booking.

8. Pororo Aquapark BKK

Address : 6th Floor, Central Plaza Shopping Mall, 587-589 Debaratana Road, Bangna Nuea, Bangna, Bangkok 10260
Time : Daily 10.30 am. – 6 pm.
Tel : 02 745 7377
Website : http://www.pororoaquapark.com/en/main

One of the best ways to stay cool in Bangkok is in a water park and there are many to choose from. Pororo is one of the newest and has internationally trained lifeguards on duty in their resort style roof-top water slide park sitting on top of a shopping mall, offering a new and exciting water fun experience. With over 600 meters of water slide fun, including the new and awarding winning funnel slider. You can sit and relax while travelling through a 400 metre river ride or get your heart racing with the ‘Tong Tong’ magic slide, sliding over the Bangkok skyline below! There are 9 different pool zones available including a playground pool for families with younger children. Lockers, tubes, towels, drinks and various food options are available making this a fun day out for the whole family.

9. SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World

Address : Basement Level, Siam Paragon Shopping Mall, 991 Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330
Time : Covid-19 Situation open 10 am – 7 pm ( last entry 6 pm )
Tel : 02 687 2000
Website : https://www.visitsealife.com/bangkok/

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World has long since been one of the most popular places to visit for families in Bangkok. Sitting in the basement of one of the most popular shopping centres, it gives you a full day experience and an escape from the cities heat. Offering a host of activities from a magical rainforest experience and a penguin ice playground complete with snow and cold breezes! One of the highlights for visitors is definitely the ocean tunnel where you can immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean by walking along a magical path while being surrounded by sharks, rays and the occasional mermaid show. Ocean world also offers unique dive experiences for those you want to take the challenge of the ‘Dive with Shark’ offering a unique and adventurous opportunity. Age restrictions apply.

10. PlayVille

Address : 49 Playscape, 2F 8/3 Sukhumwit 49 
Time : Daily : 9 am. – 6 pm.
Tel : 02 297 0091
Website : http://www.playville.co.th/

A beautiful community feels, indoor playground and nursery ideally for children age 0-7, with a baby changing station and nursing area for mothers with small babies. Playville features 4 zones to encourage toddlers to walk, crawl, climb and dive or slide into large ball pits. There is a small play area outside featuring sand play and a jump area and inside there are multiple creative areas for kids to use their imagination playing cooking or shopping. They also offer weekly art and craft activities, please check their website for schedules.

12. Bangkok ATV Adventures Suksawat Rama2

Address : Phu Yai Samruai Alley, Khwaeng Bang Pakok, Khet Rat Burana Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10140
Time : Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 5:30pm Weekend: 8am – 7pm
Tel :095 956 9705, 087 117 7271
Website: https://www.facebook.com/bangkokatvadventures

ATV driving range The only place in Bangkok that allows you to experience the natural atmosphere Forest Park
in the heart of Bangkok Adventures, open new experiences for the first time here. If you haven’t ridden it yet, you have to try it. Professional coaches take care of it closely and safely. Make it an activity during the holidays or after school.
Make friends, meet family, come hang out.
The car is easy to drive, not difficult, automatic gear, can’t drive, can drive comfortably. Starting at only 390 baht, 5 laps around the field, about 30 minutes, with uphill, downhill, turn, curve, bridge, and survive under the trees, as if driving in a real forest.

13. Bambini Villa

Address : 18 Soi AtthBambini Villa 18 Soi Athakravi 1 Shukhumvit 26 Bangkok 10110
Time : Daily 9 am. – 10 pm.
Tel : 090-969-9559
Website : http://www.bambinivilla.com/

Our Inspiration
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place for you and your little ones to spend some quality time together?
A place where you could dine with friends, relax or get pampered while the kids play at the playground or join various kids’ activities on offer.
Designed with families in mind
Going out with kids in tow isn’t always easy. That’s why we created BAMBINI VILLA – a play space with shops, restaurants and services especially designed for both grownups and children.
BAMBINI VILLA is created for parents who like to have their children be part of their grownup lifestyle, in a safe and stimulating environment.

14. Sub – Zero Ice Skate Club Sukhumvit

Address : Sukhumvit-Ekkamai No. 1221/39 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea Sub-district, Wattana District, Bangkok Metropolis 10110
Mega Bangna 2nd Floor No. 39 Village No. 3, Bangna-Trad Road Kilo 8, Bangkaew , Bangplee, Samut Prakarn Province 10540
Ngamwongwan-Khae Rai 37/139 Village No. 8, Esplanade Rattanathibeth Shopping Center Building, 4th Floor, Bangkasor Sub-district, Mueang Nonthaburi District, Nonthaburi Province11000
Time : Mon – Fri : 12 pm. – 9 pm., Sat – Sun and Holiday : 11 am. – 9 pm.
Website : http://www.subzeroiceskate.com/en/

One of the things you least expect to do in Bangkok is ice skating! Sub Zero has 3 branch’s across Bangkok so you can choose according to your location. All of them have professional coaches and feature both learning areas and play areas. All locations feature their own skate academies teaching both figure skating and ice hockey. Each branch has its only individual style with Ekamai being more of a ‘hip hang out’ complete with their own DJ, while Megan Bangna features a glow in the dark atmosphere giving it a more futuristic look. Skate boots are available for rent at all locations and it’s advised to take your own socks.

15. Siam Laser Games – SLG

Address : Novotel Siam Square (Soi 6), Basement Floor Bangkok, Thailand 10330
Time : Mon – Fri at 12pm – 20:30 pm., Sat – Sun at 10:30am – 9:30pm
Tel : 087 635 8989 
Email: [email protected]
Website : http://www.siamlasergames.com/

SIAM LASER GAMES is in the basement of the Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square. This is one of the biggest laser tag arenas in South-East Asia with 1,300m2 of space that fits over 50 people with impressive surround-sound system. Shoot your way to victory in this highly addictive, interactive experience. Perfect for a fun time with friends, team building or celebrating your birthday. Join in on the adrenaline-pumping fun!

15. Escape Room Thailand

Address : M3 & M4 7th Floor, MBK shopping mall, 444 Phayathai Road, Bangkok 10330
Time : Daily : 11 am. – 8 pm.
Tel : 02 048 4994
Website : http://www.escaperoomthailand.com/

If you’re looking for something unique that will entertain both you and the kids, an escape room is an excellent way to spend some amazing time with your family and friends as you work together to escape from one of the various rooms on offer. This is a new and fun form of entertainment and takes puzzle-solving to a whole new level. There are various themed rooms from Prison Break to The Mummy, rooms do need to be booked in advance. The idea is to solve clues to move from one area to the next in an interactive puzzle game where partic- ipants are locked into the room and where you need to engineer your own escape.
New rooms and locations are being added on a monthly basis as each of the engineers try to come up with something bigger or better. We suggest you check www.nowescape.com/ bangkok-Thailand-escape-rooms to check out the latest options.

17. Siam Amazing Park

Address : 203 Suan Siam Road, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok 10230
Time : Daily : 10am – 10pm
Tel : 02 919 7200
Website : https://www.siamamazingpark.com/index.php

Siam Amazing Park is the largest amusement park in Thailand and just 30 minutes in a taxi outside central Bangkok. It is a giant playground for kids of all ages and offers something for everyone, from a giant water slide to shopping in their Thai heritage shops in an area dedicated just to Thai culture. It’s organised into 6 different areas or zones, water world has a huge wave pool and extreme world which has some pretty impressive rides. There are also areas that focus mainly on younger children complete with swan boat rides and giant dinosaurs in a Jurassic world style adventure ride. You need a full day here to discover everything, and be prepared to walk, as it spans across 119 acres of land!

18. D-Sports Stadium

Address : DONKI MALL Thonglor 5F, 107 Soi Sukhumvit 63, (Ekkamai Soi 5/ Thonglor Soi 10) Bangkok 10110
Time : Daily : 10am – 10pm
Tel : 02 077 9999 ,
Website :https://www.facebook.com/dsportsstadium

D-Sports Stadium is a huge indoor play space located on the 5th floor of the DONKI Mall Thonglor (Thonglor 10). A concept from Japan, it features a variety of sports and entertainment options for the whole family such as batting cages, table tennis, tennis, football and basketball with automated equipment, meaning you can play by yourself. There are also traditional table tennis tables, arcade games (with a sports focus), air hockey, climbing walls, basket- ball hoops, badminton courts, and a small soft play area for toddlers.

19. Lilliput Kids Cafe Thailand

Address : Room A110-113, 1st Floor, Bambini Villa mall, 18 Soi Attha Kati, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Khlong Tan, Bangkok 10110
Time : Daily : 9 am – 8 pm.
Tel : 02 056 4338
Website : https://www.facebook.com/officiallilliputthailand

Lilliput cafe is inside Bambini Villa. They have a great kids menu with all things tailored towards kids, frothy drinks and star shaped sandwiches, Lilliput is also a place for fun. The cafe has several different areas including a fully stocked creative play area and there is even a small carousel for the kids to ride on in the center of the cafe!

20. Chocolate Ville

Address : 23,23 /1-16 Prasertmanukit Rd. Ramintha Sub-district Kannayao District Bangkok Thailand 1023 Bangkok, Thailand 10230
Time : Daily at 4 pm. – 00 am.
Tel : 081 921 2016
Website : http://www.chocolateville.net/

Chocolate Ville is just a name, there is nothing to do with chocolate there but it is worth taking the trip to the outskirts of Bangkok. It’s not a theme park as there are no rides, it is more of a place to enjoy the countryside and experience a fun themed dining afternoon with the teddy bears!

21. A Little Something Cookery School

Address : 2nd Floor, Racquet club building 4, 165 Klang Alley, off Sukhumvit soi 39, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Time. : Daily : 9.30 am. – 6 pm.
Tel : 089 142 1108
Website : http://www.a-littlesomething.com/

A Little Something has 6 locations throughout Bangkok. Their concept is ‘learning by cooking’ for kids which is not only enjoyable for them but all so helps their development and learning processes. They have turned their kitchens into classrooms and all classes are conducted in both English and Thai by professional chefs. The menus have been created for kids by kids and is a fun day out for the whole family. Bookings in advance are a must.

22. Woodnote Natural Co-Playing Space

Address : No. 5010 Tambon Thawi Watthana, Amphoe Sai Noi, Nonthaburi 11150
Time : Tue – Fri: 10.30am – 7.30pm Sat – Sun: 8.30am – 8.30pm
Tel : 095 479 5997
Website : https://www.facebook.com/woodnotecoplayingspace

Woodnote is a place where kids can enjoy everything that nature has to offer from forest play to barbeques and camping and a place where they can play in the mud or ride their bikes around dedicated kids bike track.

23. The Hay – Equestrian Center & Eatery

Address : 75 Soi Ekachai 131 Baphorn Road, Bang Bon Tai Subdistrict, Bang Bon District, Bangkok, Thailand 10150
Time : Daily : 10 am. – 10 pm.
Tel : 02 408 3672
Website : https://www.facebook.com/thehaybkk

The Hay is a safe and professional place to learn horse riding and interact with beautiful horses in a day trip for the entire family, and just 40 minutes outside Bangkok. They provide horse riding lessons and experiences with qualified kid friendly instructors, for riders of all abilities: from novices to very experienced in a clean and safe environment. You can book one off lessons or ongoing courses and they cater for all ages (1 year up!) and have equestrian equipment, gloves, helmets and boots etc., for both rent and sale. The Hay has over 30 (well cared for) healthyhorses including some small Shetl and ponies in a petting area. There is a lovely onsite restaurant and off street parking.

24. Paron School of Art

Address : 2nd Floor, above Baker Gonna Bake Cafe, Sukhumvit soi 26 Bangkok, Thailand 10110
Time : Daily : 9am – 6pm ( Depend on of classes )
Tel : 089 795 8765
Website : http://www.paronschool.art/

Paron School of Art offers workshops in drawing, painting and across a variety of different processes within the visual arts for children, adolescents and adults. Located above Baker’s Gonna Bake in Sukhumvit soi 26, our passion is to provide a space where our students feel safe to be and express themselves through art, no matter their background or skill sets.

Our kids’ weekend programmes and holiday camps focus on age-appropriate access to the wonderful world of Art. Student artists learn new techniques and are guided to creating, and thinking, like artists. We draw inspiration from the natural world, the world of design, cultures, famous artists and of art movements.

25.  Roller Dome Thailand

Address : The Emquartier ,3 Floor Kid’s Planet, Sukhumvit Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Tan, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110
Time : The Emquartier @ Daily 10:30 am. – 9 pm.
Tel : 064 – 647 – 1800
Website : http://www.RollerDomeThailand.com/

Roller Dome Thailand operates several indoor, open-aired roller skate rinks in Bangkok, Roller Dome Emporium are good places for inline skating and riding balance bikes on leveled tiled floors. Children and adults are both welcome.
Arena contains two ovals: an inner oval for beginners and a larger oval for more experienced skaters. Barriers on the sides are padded for safety. There are helpful staff including some Skate Plus trainers for beginning skaters as well as slalom, speed and slide.

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