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All you can do with your family during your stay in Bangkok (and its surroundings).

Bangkok may not sport quite as many green spaces as most European capitals, but it still has plenty of places for kids to play. From ice skating rinks to bowling alleys, art studios to climbing walls, there are lots of ways to pass the time even when the weather outside is brutally hot or overly rainy. Parents should check out these places where kids can burn off some energy or maybe even learn a thing or two.

SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World

As the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia, this sprawling complex is just as fascinating for adults as it is for children. Hundreds of species of marine life swim through 5,000,000 litres of water in these massive tanks. There are dozens of attractions here, but some of the most interesting include the popular Shark Walk, where kids can get up close and personal with these fearsome predators of the deep, and the Rocky Shore, where graceful stingrays glide by and penguins play. It’s conveniently located in Siam Paragon, making it a breeze to get to and an ideal daytime activity during the rainy season months.

KidZania

If your kid wants to grow up to be a firefighter or a policeman, this is their chance to give their desired vocation a spin. This highly interactive, totally entertaining, and somewhat educational facility includes all kinds of elaborate costumes and props for little ones who want to do dress-up right. There’s also an art studio, a mock beauty salon, a bank and much more. It’s located in the same shopping complex as the aquarium, making it possible to combine the two.

Bounce Thailand

Parents hoping to get their little ones to burn off all that extra energy should take them to this 5,600-square-metre trampoline park where they can quite literally bounce off the walls for a few hours. Bounce Thailand manages to be fun while sneaking in a serious cardio workout. In fact, it’s such an efficient means of exercise that adults and older teens may want to check out Bounce Fit, which is designed to help shed a kilo or two while building up endurance. Tiny trampoline artists should make a beeline for Mini Bounce, which includes extra safety precautions to avoid injuries.

Travelling with kids Your first day in Thailand is best when spent relaxing with the kids.
Keep hydrated Be careful, and keep the kids hydrated the whole day: they should drink nearly as much as adults.
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