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  • The Ancient City

    The Ancient City is the world's largest outdoor museum and is dedicated to preserving Thai cultural heritage through reconstruction of buildings that have ceased to exist today and through scaled-down versions of significant buildings and historical places throughout Thailand. Spend an educational day with your kids learning and appreciating Thai cultural heritage together at this culturally rich and historically significant attraction.

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  • Thong Lor District

    One of the trendiest streets in Bangkok, Thong Lor is known for its ever-growing community of upmarket restaurants, cafes and standalone fashion shops. Exuding unique vibes, the Thong Lor district is a great place for families to café hop in the day, and a cool hangout for adults in the night. Popular cafés include Roast and Mr. Jones' Orphanage, a quirky dessert café adorned with teddy bears, wooden trains and other children's toys.

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  • Pak Khlong Talat

    Expect a pleasant sensory experience filled with colourful flowers and fragrant scents when you visit Bangkok's 24-hour flower market. For the best experience at Thailand's largest wholesale flower market, visit before dawn when it is the busiest as truckloads of flowers arrive fresh from nearby provinces. Pak Khlong Talat is regarded as a place of symbolic values by the city's residents and is a must-visit destination for all flower lovers.

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  • Wat Traimit

    Cultivate a sense of religious and cultural reverence at Wat Traimit, where your kids will be awestruck by the magnificence of the world's largest gold seated Buddha. Embark on an educational adventure as they discover the story behind the gold seated Buddha at the Phra Buddha Maha Suwanna Patimakorn Exhibition located on the second floor of the temple.

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  • New Rot Fai Market Ratchada

    Soak in the atmosphere of Bangkok's highly popular night bazaars at the New Rot Fai Market Ratchada. Retaining the same vibe as the original Rot Fai Market, the New Rot Fai Market is easily accessible from central Bangkok. With stalls selling vintage goods, antique children's toys and clothing, along with an endless supply of street snacks, there's definitely something for everyone in the family to discover and enjoy.

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  • Art in Paradise

    It may be hard for the little ones to wrap their heads around the interactive 3D art at Art in Paradise, but they're bound to have a fun time being part of the intricately designed yet surrealist artworks distributed around the gallery! Each artwork will transport visitors to a different scenario, ranging from riding a flying carpet to being on the front page of a National Geographic magazine. Dare to experiment with different poses at each artwork for the most realistic photos.

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  • Lumpini Park

    Popular with both locals and tourists alike, Lumpini Park is a multi-purpose park that sees locals convening for various recreational activities before and after sunset. A fun activity to do with your kids is to ride the swan paddleboats in the park's lake. Lumpini ome to many flora and fauna, and lucky visitors may even get a chance to meet big monitor lizards roaming the park's grounds.

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  • Dinosaur Planet

    Enter the prehistoric world of dinosaurs with a visit to the Dinosaur Planet, where up to 200 life-size dinosaur models are displayed in various terrains simulating their natural habitats. It is a great place for kids to expend their energy while widening their knowledge of dinosaurs through multi-media exhibits, live shows, dinosaur rides and escape missions.

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  • Terminal 21

    Combine shopping and exploring the world into a single activity at Terminal 21 shopping mall, where the entire mall is purposefully decked out like an airport and each floor is themed according to major cities around the world. Stepping into the mall transports you and your family to an airport departure hall, with escalators bringing you to entirely different cities, making the exploration of each level an adventure of its own.

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  • Fantasia Lagoon at The Mall Bangkapi

    Beat the heat by heading to one of Bangkok's best kept secrets. The Fantasia Lagoons are almost identical waterparks located on the roofs of different malls, including The Mall Bangkapi. Divided into several zones, the waterpark has pools and slides to accommodate children of all ages. For little bold travellers unafraid of heights, they will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of Bangkok city after a short climb to the top of the tallest slides in the waterpark.

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  • Little Zoo Café

    Escape the blazing Bangkok heat with a visit to Little Zoo Café, where your kids can get up close and personal with exotic animals such as raccoons, meerkats, foxes and owls. Indulge in a wide selection of delicious and beautifully plated desserts, such as banana crepes and belgian waffles, and spend some time in this miniature wildlife sanctuary enjoying the food while enjoying the companionship of these exotic animals. Perfect for animal lovers of all ages.

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  • Perhaps Rabbits'

    "We're all mad here," the Alice in Wonderland-themed café in Bangkok seems to say. From the café's interior design to its menu, everything in this themed café is inspired by Lewis Carroll's well-loved children's storybook, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Inside, a wacky interior great for photography along with decadent desserts including the Blue Bunny Egg, Rabbit Hole Mud Cake and Mad Hatter Mousse await your family. Perfect to indulge your child and the childlike wonder in you.

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  • Thip Samai (Pad Thai Pratu Pi)

    Specialising in Bangkok's iconic Pad Thai dish, Thip Samai has come a long way since 1966, attracting crowds every day when it opens in the evening. Make your way to Thip Samai for dinner, where you get to tickle your tastebuds with the best pad thai in Bangkok and satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh and pulpy orange juice.

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  • On Lok Yun

    Travel back in time with On Lok Yun and amaze your kids with how delicious a simple breakfast can taste. A quintessential old-school eatery with over 80 years of history, On Lok Yun exudes a rustic charm. Specialising in the traditional breakfast of coffee and bread, the eatery is also famous for its fluffy Egg Custard Bread (Kaya).

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  • Karmakamet Diner

    Entering Karmakamet Diner is a feast for the senses because it is a one-stop aromatheraphy shop and dining venture. The lush interior, tranquil atmosphere, delicious western cuisines and photogenic desserts come together seamlessly to make your dining experience memorable. Amaze your kids with Karmakamet Diner's star dessert, The Strawberry In The Clouds, which features strawberry shortcake enveloped by a ginormous rainbow-coloured cotton candy cloud.

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