Bangkok for Kids
Dreamworld
themed parks
Themed parks
rides for small children
Rides for small children
Roller coaster
 
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Opening Hours:

10am to 5pm – Monday to Friday
10am to 7pm – Saturday and Sunday

Admission:

450 Thai Baht per person – ($15) Children under 90cm enter for free

Description:

Dreamworld Bangkok: Thailand’s answer to Disneyland.

What to see:

The Park features over 40 rides and family attractions. They put on shows and have cartoon characters wondering around entertaining the children

Dreamworld is split into three areas: Dream Garden, Fantasy Land and Adventureland.

The big rides are imported from the West and include Grand Canyon (white water raft ride) Sky Coaster (brand new roller coaster) Super Splash (log flume) Hurricane (a large swing ride).

The Park features plenty of green and open spaces, with a number of themed landscapes such as the Love Garden, Seven Wonders of the World, and Fairy Tale Land. There is also a large lake with boats and a cable car which runs above the entire area.

In addition there are other attractions such as Snow Town (indoor snow centre), a 3D cinema and a go-kart track. Younger children will enjoy the mini-rides and mini-rollercoasters.

Facilities:

Toilets throughout and a number of inexpensive food outlets.

Getting There:

Address: 62 Moo 1, Rangsir-Ongkarak Road, Thanyaburi, Pathumthani

By Bus: Either take Bus number 188 from Mor Chit (Northern Bus Terminal) or Bus number 538 from Victory Monument.

Website: www.dreamworld.co.th

Tour:

Starts at 8am with pick up from your hotel. You will return to your hotel at 5pm. The tour includes a Thai/Western buffet lunch, all admission fees and the services of an English speaking guide. Click below to book.

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