Best Old-school spots to take your kids on Children’s Day
Awaken up your kids’ adventurous mind by taking then to wander around Thailand’s longest-running zoo, learning more about the wildlife. Walk them to see peacocks and flamingos or feed the fishes to get to love animals.
On this year’s Children’s Day, BACC invites children (and their parents) to participate in creative workshops inspired by the royal initiatives of King Rama IX, such as designing pop-up cards and making paper boats from milk boxes. There will also be free screenings of Mahajanaka movie and Byrdland series.
Take your kids here to learn about the prestigious history of Bangkok under the patronage of the nine monarchs of Thailand’s Chakri Dynasty.
One of the most popular destinations of Children’s Day, kids are still welcome to take a seat on the Prime Minister's chair inside the Government House of Thailand – probably a way to inspire them a career in Thai politics. Expect fun activities provided by the Office of Knowledge Management and Development, featuring workshops such as Robot Arena Workshop where your kids will get to program robots to complete basic duties; Lego Station where kids get to play with Lego bricks; and the Robot Exhibition: World Champion PT Green Mind Stromer, where award-winning robots will be gathered up for public viewing. There’s also a pop-up exhibition in remembrance of King Rama IX by Museum Siam.