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10 Best Things for Kids to Do in Bangkok – A Jolly Good Time for the Little Tykes

Where are you taking the kids to for their next holiday? If you're thinking about Thailand, here're some places they are sure to enjoy!

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Bounce Inc, Bangkok

Think hurling yourself high into the air is fun? Well if that's how you and your kids think, you'll love this place. it's basically trampoline central. A haven full of square and rectangular shaped trampoline mats side by side. Some of these trampoline mats are partially raised to allow guests to practice all kinds of tricks. Some of the walls are also padded for those trying out difficult flips and so on. It's a popular place with practitioners of parkour and the like. It's also kid friendly; adults who don't or can't participate in all the jumping can retire to a central seating area which has a clear view of all the action, allowing them to always keep a firm eye on their kids and monitor their well-being for themselves. Are your kids interested in basketball? They will be delighted to know that there are padded areas with basketball hoops just waiting to see some good slam dunking! You can snap away some great photos of them dunking like a pro from all angles.

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Dinosaur Planet

Got any dino fanatics at home? Take the kids to Dinosaur Planet to enjoy all things dino related. This theme park in Sukhumvit has life –size models of hundreds of dinosaurs including the iconic and awe-inspiring T-Rex; definitely makes for some great photo opportunities. The kids will love it!

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Snow Town

Cool off with a family trip to Snow Town, and indoor theme park that recreates a mild Hokkaido winter. This alternative world exists on the fifth floor of the Gateway Ekamai shopping mall and is open on weekdays from 11 am to 10 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 10 pm. The entrance fee is around 100 baht for adults and older children, while for younger children it is around 20 baht less. In addition so mini ski slopes, playgrounds and shops, there are also several restaurants, some of which you might find to be among the best restaurants in Bangkok. These eateries can be found along Main Street ,and staying true to the Hokkaido theme, offer primarily Japanese cuisine. If any member of the family would rather have stayed at home during your winter break hurling snowballs rather than vacation in tropical Thailand, well this is a surefire way to appease them.

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Kidzania

Anxious about what your children are going to want to be when they grow up? Take them to Kidzania and let them have a taste of what their life will be like in different occupations. In a way this trip is as educational is it is fun, and it sure may end up being an enlightening trip for you in terms of finding out what your kids like. Kidzania is essentially a model city within which your little ones can try out a range of livelihoods from firefighting to being a medical healthcare professional. Inside the town, there are mini-hospitals, restaurants with kitchens, firefighting stations and police stations. Children aged between four and fifteen years of age can try out the activities on offer, and this funhouse is open from ten am to five pm on weekdays, and between half-past ten and half past eight on the weekends. If you plan to make a visit here from lodging in the Sathorn area such as Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, the journey shouldn't take you more than twenty minutes by cab.

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