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Cool things to do on Children's Day in Bangkok

Your guide to things to do and have fun with your children on this special day in Bangkok

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On this Children's Day, Time Out has gathered activities to do, places  to go and food to eat for you, readers. So let's go out and have fun 

Things to do this Children's Day in Bangkok

Benchakitti Park
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Benchakitti Park

This 130-rai giant park in Bangkok’s business district offers unlimited opportunities for family members to spend a quality time biking and jogging. 

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Dinosaur Planet
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Dinosaur Planet

Awaken your kids’ adventurous hearts by takingthem to Bangkok’s first interactive dinosaur theme park. Browse around life-size skeleton replicasof giant creatures as well as multimedia exhibition to learn more about the prehistoric animals. Oh, and spare your time to ride the giant ferris wheel, too.

Escape Break
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Escape Break

Test your children’s wit by letting them figure their way out of a locked room in under an hour.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Stanley Mini Venture
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Stanley Mini Venture

Asia’s largest miniature town covers up the space of more than 1,000 square meters with tiny buildings, cars, trains, trees and people crafted in an elaborate 1:87 scale. th  

Paintbar Bangkok
Art

Paintbar Bangkok

Paintbar Bangkok is a place where artists and artist hopefuls convene and get to know one other. This one-of-a-kind bar serves a broad range of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks including cider, sake, soda, wine and beer. Those who are hungry and yearning for something light yet tasty can order from a menu that includes meatballs and liver pâté. Painting, however, (or trying to) is the real intention here. Classes for any age are held in the afternoons and evenings (approximately 25 people per class). Bookings can be made via Facebook, email or telephone.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Siam Laser Games
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Siam Laser Games

Ditch the virtual video game for this cool laser tag game hidden in the underground of Siam Square. The rule is simple, grab the laser gun and go “shoot” them before they shoot you in this futuristic-themed neon-lit battlefield.

Queen Sirikit Park
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Queen Sirikit Park

Skip the over-crowded Rod Fai Parkfor the nearby Queen Sirikit Park.Fewer people and zero bicycle – asbiking is prohibited here means asafer place to run around. Plus, it’sright next to Chatuchak WeekendMarket and JJ Green Market so youcan do some shopping, too.

Snake Farm
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Snake Farm

The government-owned Snake Farm is open to the public for free on the Children’s Day. Time your visit to watch the snake- catching show at 11:00 and 14:30. 

Bangkok Planetarium
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Bangkok Planetarium

Isn’t it good to treat your kids to an adventure through the Space and Universe – during the day time? Thanks to its newly-refubished star projectors, Bangkok Planetarium promises to impress everyone with the beauty of the sky through a series of multimedia screenings. 

Lumphini Park
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Lumphini Park

The Bangkok’s answer to Central Park. Shaded running trails and lawn space here provide various excercising, a leisure activity, and relaxing afternoon picnics. And if you can come here on Sunday, from now until the last Sunday of February, Bangkok Symphony Orchestra is serenading the park-goers with legendary songs composed by King Rama IX for free. 

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