Bangkok is always a very versatile destination for all types of tourists, especially families with children as there is so much entertainment available. There are so many activities and things to do here for families on their Bangkok family tour packages
. There are zoos, amusement parks, aquariums, animal farms and the likes for families and children to enjoy on their Bangkok family holidays
. Although the city as such is a concrete jungle and always bustling with tourists and locals, you can be amongst nature in this parks, zoos and farms. The weather in Bangkok
is tropical which means it is sunny for most times of the year with showers in the monsoon and a pleasant winter. We suggest you visit during the winters or early summer for a comfortable travel experience.
Let us have a look at some interesting places to visit on Bangkok tour packages for family from India
Marine Park and Safari World
This park is divided into two sections, one is the marine park where you can find a variety of fishes, dolphins, birds, seals and other sea animals along with some trained shows. The other part is the safari world which is an open zoo with lots of wild animals roaming freely.
This marine park and safari world is the largest leisure park and open zoo provides a wide range of entertainment for families. Over here you meet with friendly dolphins, drive through African-like safaris or sit back and enjoy action-packed stunt sequences which your kids will enjoy. On the whole, Safari World is a different world all together, once you enter it.
The drive through the safari park lasts for approximately 45 minutes and the entire drive is about 5 kilometres long. It provides a very close encounter with many endangered and rare species of animals. There is a lion and tiger feeding show too which is one of a kind in the world.
Every tourist who visits Bangkok will definitively have a visit to the floating markets on their Bangkok family tour packages
. The markets are quite far from the city and you may have to wake up really in the morning and begin your journey to the floating market. There is even a smaller floating market which is approximately 12kms from Siam Paragon which you can visit if you do not want to travel long distances. Once you reach, hop on to a boat and you will be taking through various shops on both sides where you can buy some really nice souvenirs, artefacts, and gorge on some delicious food while rafting through the waters. Some of the
famous floating markets are Damnoen Saduak, Amphawa, Talin Chan, Khlong Lat Mayom and Bang Nam Pheung. The kids will definitely be over-excited to go boating as well as shopping at the same time!
Dream World – Amusement Park
This amusement park is segregated in to various sectors and is a complete entertainment for the whole family. Let us have a look at the various sections in the park.
• Dream World Plaza
This area is inspired by the exotic European villages filled with European-styled houses which are colourful on either side of the streets.
• Dream Garden
The dream garden is a stunning garden filled with flowers which are shaped into marvellous architectures such as the great wall of china, Taj Mahal and the Leaning tower of Pisa. There is a cable car from this garden which will take you to the lake of Paradise.
• Adventure Land
There are some really exciting rides which gives you an adrenaline rush such as the Space Mountain and high speed roller coaster rides. A whole new world of adventure awaits you here.
• Fantasy Land
This is where every little girl’s dream comes true, or even us adults! There is the castle of sleeping beauty, the seven dwarf’s cottages, Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage and also a pond like the one where the frog turns into a prince!
• Madame Tussauds in Siam Discovery
Madame Tussauds latest attraction is in Bangkok which was established on the 4th of December 2010. It is the tenth Madame Tussauds museum in the world and the third in Asia. This museum is located on the 6th floor of Siam Discovery and attracts a lot of visitors for its unique life-like sculptures of famous personalities. This museum is worth checking out for the various genres of personalities that you can be photographed with such as Hollywood and Bollywood movie stars, sports icons, world leaders and politicians, legendary artists and even the royalty! Now who wouldn’t want to miss the chance of hugging their favourite star and getting photographed? This attraction is a must-see on every Bangkok family holidays
all-inclusive packages provided by many tour operators.
Lumpini park is a serene and tranquil park at the heart of the city which has been named after Lord Buddha’s birthplace in Nepal. There are so many varieties of flora and fauna in this park where you can spend a peaceful and relaxing day with your family. The history of this park dates back to 1920s which was earlier used as an exhibition centre to display the flowers and crafts of Thailand. This is suggested by most Bangkok Packages
to spend a relaxing day towards the end of your trip. Samphran Elephant themed show, crocodile farm and Riverside
Here, you can witness the ultimate elephant and crocodile shows where they wrestle with the trainers. The elephant show here is the greatest in Thailand with dramatic narration and sound effects. After these shows you can visit the Samphran Riverside which was formerly the Rose Garden. Here you can see traditional Thai Village cultural shows which depicts everyday life in the rural villages of Thailand.