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Amusement Parks


Fortunately, Bangkok has plenty of amusement parks for when the kids are getting restless. At one time, all the city's amusement parks were outdoor, but with the boom in the retailing industry many more are now built indoors, as an adjunct to department stores and shopping centers.

Anyone who prefers their fun in the outdoors should make for either Siam Park in Minburi or Dream World, located off the Rangsit-Onkarak highway in Pathum Thani province. Apart from being the largest open zoo in Thailand, Safari World on Ram Indra Road, also provides numerous amusement activities and special shows for family vacationers. But if you don't want to suffer the heat of the day, try one of the many amusement parks located in department stores.

Central Bangna's Leo Land, Seacon Square's Yoyo Land, and several branches of The Mall department store are good choices. Most have indoor swimming pools with slides, kids' games and other entertainments.

Outside of Bangkok, the places are few and far between. In Pattaya, Ripley's World of Entertainment located on the third floor of the Royal Garden Plaza has a number of educational and entertainment activities for the family. Pattaya Park is another place where packages are on offer, an overnight stay in the hotel included.

 

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