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Kids' Activities in Bangkok - Things to do for the toddler and the teen

From exciting games arcades to fun theme parks to places where your kids can learn while having fun, Bangkok probably has the most number of activities for the young visitor.



Age group: 4 years to 14 years
Kidzania is the latest pet project of Bankok edutainment for kids. It looks like any other play area with kid-sized buildings towering under a painted sky. But the functionality of Kidzania sets it apart from the others. Your little one who has seen you take a cocktail class at AVANI Riverside Bangkok Hotel and has set his mind on becoming a Chef can try to make real life sushi at the restaurant. Not only will he have to don the proper attire, but he will also earn "KidZos" money from his job which he can spend at the Kidzania souvenir shop. The best part is, you can simply sit back and relax at the adult area which has coffee shops and computers, as adults are not allowed at all in the kids' play area.


Ice Skating

Age group: 4 years and older
There are plenty of places in Bangkok to don your Winter clothes and go ice skating. Ice Planet, Imperial World Ice Skating, Open Ice Skate, and The Rink are few of the most popular choices. Your kids would love to hover over the frozen ice and attempt at figure skating. It is a great bonding activity for the whole family, as each of you must help the others to stay upright on the rink. Remember to have your little ones dressed in leggings, long socks, gloves, and coats so that there is a thick layer of clothes to cushion their inevitable fall.


Bounce Inc.

Age group: 3 years upwards
International hotel chains opening Bangkok resorts, sports franchises making their way to Bangkok as a way to enter the Asian market, Bangkok is rapidly becoming an action-packed hub. Bounce Inc. is one such Australian company that has ventured to South East Asia. They bring to you a bouncing experience unlike any other, with various forms of trampolines and a colourful climbing centre. The trampoline area is padded well so that the parents need not worry about even the slightest injury to their kids. If you would like to join the bouncing fun, there are slanted trampolines and slam-dunk trampolines for you to get your groove on.


Flight Simulators

Age group: 12 years upwards
Whether your kid wants to be a pilot, is a fan of planes, or has fear of flying, flight simulators is an ideal way to address all of the above. The cockpit of the simulator is built to the same proportions as that of a Boeing 777, and your kid would have a real life pilot right next to them during the simulation. Almost all the panels on the dashboard are connected to actual computers, and the simulation is so real, this has been used in movies as well. This experience is the most expensive activity on this list, though, with a thirty-minute flight simulation costing you 4550 baht, and a sixty-minute simulation 6900 baht.