For Kids

Thailand is one of the most family friendly holiday destinations in the world. One thing is for sure - Thais love children, especially children from other countries. You’ll always have someone willing to take of your child from you, and whenever you go out you’ll have crowds of women clucking around and apparently pinching your child while they say ‘Narag’ - ‘cute’ in Thai. Be warned: Such is their devotion to foreign children you will find Thai women can often plead to hold your child. If you allow them to, don’t turn your back! Your child will be passed around and in the end you might have trouble working out where he or she is! Thailand does though have a tradition of catering for families on holiday, so wherever you go, your child will be well looked after. There’s also plenty for families to do in Thailand… plenty of places to take the children and enjoy yourselves. Thailand has a number of theme parks that parallel anything you might come across elsewhere in the world. In addition,… Thailand’s parks are full of family based activities (bike riding, etc.). Zoos and animal parks are also plentiful. You won’t have much trouble entertaining the children when you are in Thailand!

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Safari World

Bangkok Must See

Located in Min Buri, just north of Bangkok, Safari World is an 800,000 square metre complex comprising a Safari Park and a Marine Park. The drive-though Safari Park is inhabited by a range of African and Asian animals living in a natural habitat on show to visitors. The Marine Park offers visitors regular dolphin and seal performances that are...


SEA LIFE Bangkok

Bangkok Must See

SEA LIFE Bangkok (formerly, Siam Ocean World) is an aquarium in Bangkok, Thailand. Located on floors B1 and B2 of the Siam Paragon shopping mall, Siam Square. It is another gigantic underground aquarium of Southeast Asia. With 30,000 marine animals (Seals, Blue Ringed Octopus, Ragged-tooth sharks, Stingrays, Leafly Sea Dragons, Giant Spider Crabs, and Sharks of various types including Ragged-tooth, Black tipped, and Leopard) this is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia and one of Bangkok’s most adventurous projects.


Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Chonburi Must See

Khao Kheow Open Zoo covers a vast tract of forestland and is operated by the Zoological Garden Organization. Khao Kheow Open Zoo has developed a centre for conservation in eastern Thailand. Its objectives are to be a centre of study and research in a variety of biological resources for the conservation and to help future generations. In the zoo,...


Chiang Mai Night Safari

Chiang Mai Must See

Chiang Mai Night Safari offers the adventurous the opportunity to head off into the animal kingdom while keeping a safe distance from urban creature comforts and a nice hotel. Only the third night safari in the world (Singapore and Guangxi, China also have them), Chiang Mai Night Safari has proven an immediate hit with visitors and locals alike....


Chiang Mai Zoo

Chiang Mai Must See

Chiang Mai Zoo was established by Mr. Harold Mason Young, an American missionary who volunteered to teach forest survival guide to soldiers and policemen at borderland during Korean War (1950-1953). At the beginning, He used the rented house, owned by Mr. Kee Nimmanhaemin (1888-1965) and Mrs. Gimhor Nimmanhaemin (1894-1981), that he lived at the moment called "Weluwan House” located at the foot of Doi Suthep. He opened a small private zoo for the first time around 1952 and hired few local people and tribesmen to take care of the zoo.


Bangkok Planetarium

Bangkok Must See

More formerly the ’National Science Centre for Education’, Bangkok Planetarium offers an educational and entertaining day out that won’t break the bank. While it obviously focuses on space as a theme, the planetarium aims to educate youngsters in a number of areas. Located in central Bangkok, and easily accessible by public...


Underwater World

Pattaya Must See

Opened in 2003, Underwater World Pattaya is a tourist attraction featuring huge collections of marine lives found around the area.  Underwater World Pattaya covers the area of 12 Rai (4.7 acres). The place offers many educational and recreational activities for both individuals and families. There are more than 2,000 exotic marine creatures...


Nong Nooch Tropical Garden

Pattaya Must See

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is a 600-acre (1500 Rai) botanical garden. Located a short 20 minutes from Pattaya, the garden is a sprawling recreation park in typical Thai settings. The place is filled with thousands of palms, orchids, ferns, cycads, and other species. Collections of traditional Thai houses and gardens of different flowering plants...


Columbia Pictures Aquaverse

Pattaya Must See

The world’s favourite motion-picture studio brings guests splashing entertainment filled with epic adventures and edge-of-your-seat excitement at Columbia Pictures Aquaverse, the first ever Columbia Pictures-themed movie theme and water park!


Dream World

Bangkok Must See

Dream World is the absolute stuff of kids! You won’t get out of here until they are exhausted and you know how long that takes! This is a big American-style theme park with all the trimmings. Corkscrew, Bumping Cars, Swinging Viking Boat, Rollercoaster – they are all there, and more besides. My personal favourite is the Giant’s...


Siam Amazing Park (Suan Siam)

Bangkok Must See

The closest thing you will get to the real thing around Bangkok, this theme park revolves around a man-made beach and lake. Along the American model for these sorts of thing, the lake has artificially generated waves and sand. Other attractions include a fair with merry-go-round/carousal. This is another all day event, so unless you have plenty of...


The Ancient City (Muang Boran)

Samutprakarn Must See

Ancient City is a ‘mini-world’ focusing on Thailand’s history and culture. Representations of all aspects or eras of Thai culture are displayed here. A site of some 320 acres, the Ancient City is shaped like Thailand and as you wander around the ‘country’ you encounter the architecture and spirit of each place. Some of...


Samui Aquarium & Tiger Zoo

Koh Samui Must See

At Samui Aquarium you can find a marvellous collection of tropical marine life, such as sharks, turtles, tropical fish etc. and all other undersea creatures that you ever think of. In Samui Aquarium you will explore diversity kinds of fish and undersea creatures from the Gulf of Thailand, especially Koh Samui. At the Tiger Zoo zone, say hello to...


Jim Thompson Farm

Nakhon Ratchasima Must See

The Jim Thompson Farm is located in Pak Thong Chai district. The farm was established on an area of over 600 acres on a hillside Phraya Prab district. Jim Thompson farm provide a unique opportunity for visitors to experiences the life cycle of silkworms and the silk farming process as part of the Isan way of life. The farm also including an...


Lumpini Park

Bangkok Must See

Lumpini Park is the biggest park in the central business district and is a favourite amongst office workers for early morning jogging and early evening aerobics (an instructor leads an aerobics session every evening around 17:00-17:30). The park is also popular with ethnic Chinese who practice ‘Tai Chi’ – a curious slow motion...


Samui Monkey Theater

Koh Samui Must See

In the past, before Samui’s tourism boom, coconuts used to represent the main industry here. In the Southern Thailand provinces, monkeys work for humans in the harvesting of coconuts. Being expert climbers and having quick skills, the monkeys are great helping hands of a farmer. Samui Monkey shows are very unique and can be enjoyed at the...


Sriracha Tiger Zoo


Sriracha Tiger Zoo is located on an over-100-acre land. There are over 200 Bengal tigers, 100,000 crocodiles, and various kinds of creatures in the natural atmosphere. Sriracha Tiger Zoo features various types of shows inclusive of tiger show, pig show, elephant show, crocodile show and the demonstration of cohabitation of tigers, pigs and dogs....


Mini Siam


Mini Siam is pretty much what you might expect it to be from its name - miniature models of key aspects of Thai and European history and culture. Cities, buildings, events They are all here, but in miniature! This is a sizable site and the 1:25 models are laid out in themes depicting important places and events of ancient times until the present....


Ripley’s Believe It or Not


Situated in the city of Pattaya, Ripley’s is the perfect destination for the whole family. Strange but wonderful exhibitions from all around the world can be found here. Besides the exhibitions, Ripley’s has other 4 interesting activities. There are Ripley’s 4D Theater, Ripley’s Infinity Maze, Ripley’s Haunted...


Pattaya Elephant Village


Pattaya Elephant Village is located at Phonpraphanimit Road. Established since 1973, the place is a sanctuary for former working elephants. The Elephant Village features on everyday life of elephants and their masters. The place also offers stage shows explaining how to catch wild elephants, elephants playing football, elephants-at-work in the...


Sanam Luang


Sometimes known as the ‘Royal Park’ or ‘Royal Field’, Sanam Luang is right in the centre of the Rattanakosin (‘Old City’) part of Bangkok. A large oval-shaped park, Sanam Luang has a number of royal connections and is where the King appears during his annual 5 December birthday celebrations. Royal cremations are...


Snake Farm

Koh Samui

Samui Snake Farm is located in the south of Koh Samui at Taling Ngam. It is a perfect place as a family attraction. There are displays of various types of snakes (more than 170 types from Thailand), centipedes and scorpions.  Watching the show is an exciting experience that you should not miss it. As part of the show, the performer grips the...


Chalerm Phra Kiat Park


Chalerm Phra Kiat Park is near the beach just a short distance from Ban Phe market. This is a great little place for a visit. The park has a basketball court and a playground for the kids. An excellent little park, and if you are in the area with time to kill, well worth visiting. How to get there: The park is accessible by tuk-tuk (20 Baht) and...


Mae Sa Elephant Camp

Chiang Mai

A trip to Mae Sa Elephant Training Centre is often combined with a trip to Mae Sa Waterfall. The centre offers a show where elephants show their ability to move logs and display other skills that have made the giant beasts vital to Thai forestry. You can feed the elephants on show and observe all aspects of the centre’s training activities....


Chatuchak Park


Better known for being the venue for the Weekend Market, Chatuchak Park is a large park with plenty of open space and shade. It is the biggest park in the north of the city and houses a boating lake and offers a variety of activities including bicycle rental and a number of exercise stations. Popular with joggers and shoppers – not least...


Benchakiti Park


Benchakiti Park is a public park in the Khlong Toei District of central Bangkok and is located next to the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. It is located on the former site of the factory belonging to the Tobacco Authority of Thailand. It was officially opened in 2004 to honor the 72nd birthday of Queen Sirikit. 


Benchasiri Park


Benchasiri Park was opened in 1992 to commemorate Her Majesty the Queen’s 60th birthday. One of a few parks in the Sukumvit area, it is situated next to the Emporium shopping centre. It is not one of Bangkok’s larger parks, but it is very well designed and maintained. The park also features a number of sculptures and other works of art....


Baiyoke Tower II


Baiyoke Tower II is well worth a visit if you have the time – and of course if you are OK with heights! This 90-storey tower went straight into the record books as the tallest building in Thailand and the world’s tallest hotel. It is one of the main landmarks punctuating the Bangkok skyline and once you get to know your way around...


Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Chiang Mai

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is located 27 kilometers Northwest of Chiang Mai.  It is approximately a 45-minute drive from the city of Chiang Mai. The garden covers an area of about 1,000 hectares. Within the garden, there are huge collections of plant species, 12 exhibition greenhouses, gardens and nature trails. Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden...


Queen Sirikit Park


This park used to be a golf course so you get the idea of what it looks like. Surprisingly, it’s just opposite Chatuchak Park and was built to commemorate the 60th birthday anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen. There’s a huge pool in the centre of the park containing fountains and Thai and foreign flora. If you are into playing...


Suan Hin Pha Ngam Park


The Suan Hin Pha Ngam Park is located in Puan Phu, Nong Hin, Loei. The Suan Hin Pha Ngam Park is a garden with beautiful limestone mountains and long period erosion. There is a path that winds go through the rocks, which takes visitors to the Suan Hom and Phiang Din Waterfalls. In addition, there are many rare plants and trees age hundreds of years...


The Princess Mother Memorial Park


Situated in the Princess Mother’s childhood home of Thonburi, the Princess Mother Memorial Park was built by His Majesty King Bhumibol in 1993 as a tribute to his mother. The King was concerned that the buildings the Princess Mother had known as a child had become run down and the park was a bid to renovate the area. The park contains a...


Plearn Wan

Hua Hin

Plearn Wan is located opposite from the royal residence of Klaikangwon (Royal Palace, Hua Hin). Plearnwan is designed to resemble Eco vintage village. Plearnwan contains many shops that were built with wood in order to reflect the atmosphere in 1956 to get the feeling of the Thais lifestyle in the past. Visitors can find old Thai snacks stalls,...

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