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Where To Find The Best Amusement Parks In Thailand

Where To Find The Best Amusement Parks In Thailand

Thailand has amazing theme parks that set the bar high with any country in the world. I’m looking forward to the pandemic passing and getting back to normality, and I’m thinking about moving back to Thailand, and I want to know more about what the country offers and where to find the best theme parks.

If your looking for some stimulation, Bangkok has a few theme parks for kids and adults. You can find fantastic roller coasters, soaking water rides, advanced playgrounds, and fairground rides, with loads of other entertainment to boot.

Here is my selection of the best theme parks in Thailand that you can go to by yourself or take your family. Be sure to keep reading to find out more.

Art in Paradise Bangkok

Art in Paradise is an attraction mainly aimed at kids, I would say, but it’s fun for adults to. You can find the attraction at Bangkok Esplanade Shopping Mall on Ratchada and spend hours admiring the art. The best time to visit is when it’s raining, in the rainy season, it does limit your options what you can do, and this is perfect.

The building itself is huge with two stories packed with amazing paintings from anything from the “stairway to hell”, “a flying carpet” or the “Coronation of an empire”. You can find the venue at  Esplanade Mall on the outskirts of Bangkok within MRT station close by.

Where To Find: The Esplanade Mall, Ratchadapisek Rd, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Phone: +66 (0)2 660 9130

Open hours: 10am-10pm daily

Website: Click here

Dream World in Bangkok

A theme park mainly aimed at kids where children can live out their fantasies in this Winter Wonderland. I guess Thailand doesn’t have any snow, but here you can make snow Angels, slay and ride a roller coaster. The staff are dressed as Cinderella & Pocahontas, which adds to the charm of the venue.

It’s also a place where you can take many interesting pictures, like a colossus half-buried and a love garden popular among couples.

Where To Find: 62 Village No. 1, Rangsit-Ongkharak Road, Bueng Yitho, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12130, Thailand

Phone: +66 (0)2 577 8666

Open hours: Mon/Friday from 10am to 5pm, Saturday/Sunday from 10am to 7pm

Fantasia Lagoon Waterpark at The Mall

Water parks are always fun, and this water park is huge and on top of the roof of the shopping mall Bangkae.It’s a great place to spend a day in huge pools with massive water slides. In total, the park has several zones for kids and adults depending on what they want to do on the water park. The park is more than suitable for children and toddlers with a pirate cave and small slides. For adults, you have the biggest slides that are pretty steep. Inside, you will find funky houses, a Painted Sky, and a retro merry-go-round. If you have a spare afternoon, give the waterpark ago, it’s pretty good compared to some others in Asia.

Where To Find: The Mall Shopping Center, Ngamwongwan Branch, Bang Khae, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10160, Thailand

Phone: +66 (0)2 363 3119

Opening Hours: Mon–Fri from 10.30am to 8.30pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10am to 8.30pm

Vana Nava: Wet n wild in the water jungle

This water park is a diamond with almost 20 crazy water adventures to check out.  The park is set in beautiful Hua Hin on the beach resort area. The park has five huge slides that will get your heart pumping at rapid speeds. The largest water slide is called the abyss, then you have Rapids and the aqua loop splash, which reaches speeds of 60 kilometers an hour. The park is a high-speed adrenalin rush with some family entertainment.

Address: 129/99 Soi Moo Baan Nong Kae, Tambon Nong Kae, Amphoe Hua Hin, Chang Wat Prachuap Khiri

Phone: 032-909-606

Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs: 11am-4pm Fri-Sun: 11am-6pm

Website: Click here

Sealife Ocean World Aquarium

The sea life ocean aquarium is the biggest globally and among one of the best attractions in Thailand. The aquarium hosts a water city full of life with loads of adventure and aquatic species. You can find the acquiree below Siam Paragon Mall and is enormous.

You also have staff members educating you about the fish and other creatures. Also, you have tours, which is something different and unique. But the major attraction is a glass-bottom boat giving you a closeup of the fish and aquatic inhabitants. The sea life park is well worth a visit again on a rainy day it’s perfect.

Address: B2 Floor, Siam Paragon Building, B1, 991 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Phone: +66 2 687 2000

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11am-8pm

Website: Click here

Safari World Zoo and Park

If you like zoos, you should come here because it’s a little bit different. Safari world lets animals roam free and not caged up with enormous spaces for them to travel.

The park has been open since 1988, and the safari is separated into 2. The first area is the open space where you catch a bus and ride around viewing animals. The park is 480 acres and has 180 acres for its birds. The second part of the park is more like the zoo with shows and shops selling souvenirs. I’m not a big fan of Zoos, but a safari is much better than watching animals in prison.

Address: 99 Panya Intra Road, Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok 10510, Thailand

Phone: +66 (0)2 914 4100

Opening Hours: daily from 9am to 5pm. Marine Park: daily from 9am to 6pm

Website: Click here

Nong Nooch Cultural Village

The cultural village and nature park it’s great for people my age who need something half decent and a great experience overall. It’s one of the most famous attractions in Thailand. It includes Amazing gardens and French architecture, sculpture, and a Stonehenge garden, which is a pleasant experience to walk around.

The vegetation is amazing with rare plants that you may have never seen before, making the village more attractive. The venue also has a vast Dinosaur Valley, which takes you way back to the caveman days. The park also has tropical animals with palm trees all over the place.

Address:  Na Chom Thian, Sattahip District, Chon Buri 20250, Thailand

Phone: +66 81 919 2153

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 8am-6pm

Website: Click here





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