Bangkok is filled with fun places and enjoyable activities for kids. For families on holiday in Bangkok, parents need not worry about the little ones running out of things to do. With that in mind, here are our top picks among kids’ playgrounds in Bangkok.
If you’re looking for an outdoor playground, no surprise the city’s largest park features a huge one. Apart from that, since Lumpini Park is an expansive urban greenspace, kids likewise can expend energy in grassy fields and other habitats while learning about the natural world from interpretive signage as well as the park’s other educational resources. Lumpini Park is downtown and reached via BTS SkyTrain at Sala Daeng Station and MRT underground at Silom station.
If you like something outside-the-box, KidZania is an innovative kids’ playground in Bangkok with its own organism and economy. This mini town provides a small version of adults’ world for children to learn and have fun. They get to try different jobs such as lawyer, firefighter and flight attendant. Play money is earned from work. It can be used it to exchange for goods and services in the site. KidZania is located at Siam Paragon shopping mall, easily accessed via BTS SkyTrain – Siam station.
On level three of The Emporium shopping mall kids will find a truly innovative way to play. Divided into 19 zones, Imaginia Playland offers interactive fun with its Imaginia Town Hall including the town’s story displayed on a 180-degree curved screen, Dream Jungle featuring netscape playground with trampolines, and many more highlights. Likewise a good choice if you’d prefer to escape the sun, heat or rain. At BTS SkyTrain – Phrom Phong Station.
Another great indoor kids’ playground in Bangkok, Funarium spans across 2,000 square metres and is divided into four play zones. Separate playgrounds include a padded facility for toddlers and other age-appropriate sections. There’s also an indoor track for scooters and bikes in addition to outdoor water/sand play area. Funarium’s own café serves snacks and drinks. In Sukhumvit Soi 26. More than 1 kilometre from the nearest public transport station, however, so best reached by metered taxi.