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Our Favorite Amusement Parks in Bangkok

Our Favorite Amusement Parks in Bangkok

Attractions

We chose amusement parks with a wide variety of rides and attractions suitable for all ages and enjoyed by all visitors.

Facilities

For an enjoyable experience, we only picked those with decent amenities, such as food and beverage selections, access facilities, shops, and parking. We also evaluated the cleanliness of each park, as well as the upkeep of the attractions.

Location

We only selected amusement parks in and around Bangkok, which are easily accessible through public transport from the city center.

1. Dream World

Dream World Homepage

Services: Rides (Sky Coaster, Super Splash, Speedy Mouse, Hurricane, Vikings, Tornado, Grand Canyon, Raptor, Thunderbird, Flying Fish), Shows (Colors of the World Parade, Hollywood Action), Bump Car, 4D Adventure, Haunted Mansion, Sightseeing Train

Website: https://www.dreamworld.co.th/

Address: 62 Moo 1, Rangsit-Ongkharak Road, Bueng Yitho, Thanyaburi District, Pathum Thani 12130, Thailand

Contact Details: +66 2 577 8666

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Google Reviews Score 4.4/5
Klook Reviews Score 4.6/5
KKday Score4.6/5
Traveloka Score4.55/5
Total Reviews4.54/5
Score Consistency 4/5
Attractions5/5
Variety5/5
Experience5/5
Facilities4.4/5
Amenities5/5
Food & Beverage Options3/5
Access Facilities5/5
Shops4/5
Parking5/5
Location4.5/5

Pros

  • Has over 30 rides
  • Reasonable ticket prices
  • Decent queueing time
  • Packed food and drinks are allowed inside

Cons

  • Limited food options
  • More expensive ticket prices for tourists

Dream World is one of two major amusement parks in Bangkok, aside from Siam Amazing Park. However, this park offers a better variety of rides for children under ten, unlike the latter, which mainly has thrilling rides for teens and adults.

Notably, Dream World has been around since 1994, fondly called by locals as Thailand’s Disneyland. Intrigued by the prospect of experiencing a magical time in a Bangkok amusement park, we set off to see if the title is well-deserved.

Upon arriving at Dream World, we were welcomed by colorful manicured gardens, castle-shaped decors, and colorful attractions. However, we found it quite lacking in size due to its 64-acre grounds, unlike major international amusement parks with over 100 acres.

What we liked most about Dream World was riding the cable car from one end of the park to the other. Through this excellent vantage point, we saw the most vibrant sections of the estate, such as the Adventure Land, Fantasy Land, and Dream Gardens.

A second favorite is the Sky Coaster, the first hanging roller coaster in Asia, although this is not for the faint of heart. Other thrill-seeking rides include the Tornado, Viking, Super Splash Boat Slide, and Black Hole Rollercoaster.

As previously mentioned, we appreciate the myriad of child-friendly rides available at Dream World. Several notable ones include the Speedy Mouse, Sightseeing Train, Indian Boat, and Flying Fish.

Another must-see attraction at Dream World is the Snow Town, which features a minus five-degree playspace with slides, occasional snowfalls, and arctic displays. On the downside, not all tickets include entry to this attraction, and the rental jackets are rather thin.

On a final note, we were glad that packed food and drinks are allowed inside the park since the dining options are quite limited. Aside from the quite-pricey food court and classic fair snacks, guests can only choose between KFC and Yam Yam Restaurant for filling meals.

2. YoYo Land

YoYo Land Homepage

Services: Indoor Amusement Park for Kids

Website: https://www.seaconsquare.com/index.php/attraction

Address: 4th Floor, Seacon Square Building, Srinagarindra Rd, Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Contact Details: +66 2 721 8888

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm; Wednesday: Closed

Google Reviews Score 4.4/5
Facebook Reviews Score 3.9/5
Tripadvisor Score4/5
Trip.com Score5/5
Total Reviews4.325/5
Score Consistency 5/5
Attractions4.5/5
Variety5/5
Experience4/5
Facilities3.8/5
Amenities5/5
Food & Beverage Options3/5
Access Facilities3/5
Shops3/5
Parking5/5
Location4/5

Pros

  • Offers day passes and individual purchases
  • No time limits for day-pass tickets
  • Has a wide variety of attractions and rides
  • Beside the food court

Cons

  • Only for kids aged 3 to 12
  • Closed on Wednesdays
  • Not easily accessible through BTS and MRT stations

YoYo Land is an indoor amusement park for kids aged three to twelve. Since its establishment in 1994, it has been a popular place for locals to bring their children for weekend fun and entertainment.

Although it’s completely indoors, we were pleasantly surprised at the wide variety of entertainment options available for kids. Plenty of arcade games await young visitors, as well as mini rides, which include a train ride, a Ferris wheel, GoKarts, and bumper cars.

Additionally, there is a playground for kids who need to burn excess energy. The themed Adventure Play Area features pirate ships and rope bridges, a ballpark and slides, a sandpit, a maze, and a fantasy saloon. 

We also appreciate that the entrance to YoYo Land is free of charge. However, the arcade games, rides, and other attractions can be paid for separately, which vary between 50 Baht to 100 Baht.

Alternatively, one-day passes are available for those who want to play unlimited games without a time limit.  In this option, a ticket costs 180 Baht for kids and 120 Baht for adults.

While there are no dining options inside YoYo Land, we are glad it’s right beside the Seacon Square Food Court Zone. Since the tickets do not have a time limit, visitors freely go in and out to get snacks.

On the downside, YoYo Land is not easily accessible through any BTS or MRT stations. The nearest one is Phrom Prong BTS station, which is a 40-minute drive to Seacon Square.

3. Siam Amazing Park

Siam Amazing Park Homepage

Services: Rides (Giant Drop, Boomerang, Ranger, Vortex, Mega Dance, Balloon Race, Condor, Take Off, Top Spin, Aladdin), Water Park, Group Packages

Website: https://www.siamamazingpark.com/

Address: 203 Suan Sayam Rd, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand

Contact Details: +66 2 105 4294

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Google Reviews Score 4.6/5
Facebook Reviews Score 4.8/5
Total Reviews5/5
Score Consistency 4.7/5
Attractions4.75/5
Variety4.5/5
Experience5/5
Facilities4.2/5
Amenities5/5
Food & Beverage Options4/5
Access Facilities3/5
Shops4/5
Parking5/5
Location5/5

Pros

  • Has a locker service
  • Best for children above ten years old
  • Features a wave pool which won a Guinness Recor
  • Has the largest rollercoaster in Thailand

Cons

  • Limited food options
  • Not wheelchair-friendly

Siam Amazing Park, more commonly known as Siam Park City or Suansiam, is one of the top attractions in Bangkok’s Kha Na Yao district. Established in 1980, it is the oldest amusement park in Southeast Asia.

Originally a water park with the only artificial beach in Bangkok, Siam Amazing Park has added teeth-chattering rides such as the Condor, Giant Drop, Vortex, Boomerang, Enterprise, and Log Flume.

Notably, the Vortex is currently the largest rollercoaster in Thailand, while the Boomerang is an attraction by itself, luring thrillseekers from around the globe. 

Other memorable attractions at Siam Amazing Park include the Jeep Adventure, Tagada Disco Spinner, and the double-decker carousel. 

As for the water park zone, a must-visit is the wave pool, which is a Guinness World Record holder for being the largest in the world. It also offers plenty of slides and fountains, although we found that children above ten years old will enjoy this area more due to the height restrictions.

We also appreciate that a wide range of lockers is available for rent in different areas of the park. Options ranging from free lockers to coin and RFID lockers are available for patrons.

Although it has been around for 40 years, we appreciate that it has kept its facilities up-to-date. We were impressed to note that this decades-old park is clean and well-maintained.

However, we were not very impressed by the food selections at Siam Amazing Park. Although there are four dining options (Tower Restaurant, Log Flume Restaurant, Marine Buffet, and Cafe), we found the food options quite lacking in terms of variety and taste. 

4. Play Mondo

Play Mondo Homepage

Services: Play Zones, Laser Tag, Birthday Parties

Website: https://www.playmondo.com/

Address: CentralWorld, 999/9 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Contact Details: +66 2 103 2455

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Google Reviews Score 4.6/5
Facebook Reviews Score 4.9/5
TripAdvisor Score5/5
Total Reviews4.83/5
Score Consistency 4/5
Attractions4/5
Variety4/5
Experience4/5
Facilities4.2/5
Amenities4/5
Food & Beverage Options3/5
Access Facilities4/5
Shops5/5
Parking5/5
Location5/5

Pros

  • Has two branches in Bangkok
  • Safe and well-design play areas
  • Uses high-quality toys and equipment

Cons

  • No toilets inside the play areas
  • Pricier than other children’s amusement parks in Bangkok

Next on our list is Play Mondo, an indoor entertainment center and playground with thoughtfully designed open play areas that promote resilience and creative play in children. Currently, it has two branches in Bangkok: Central World and Eastville.

Inside the facilities, play areas are divided into different zones: Desert, Forest, Ocean, and Volcano. Each zone features various obstacle courses children can explore through imagination and movements.

We like the concept that it presents, which is a safe and open environment where children can safely explore. Moreover, the walls and floors are padded, and the toys and equipment were made from high-quality materials.

The only equipment we found that may need some supervision is the trampoline. This toy may lead to possible injuries when children are left unattended while using them.

Although Play Mondo specified that toddlers and children up to thirteen years old are welcome in the facilities, we found that the available attractions are more suited to younger children.

Additionally, Play Mondo requires a minimum of three hours per ticket purchased. Based on our surveys, many patrons noted that the allotted time is too long for little children, making them quite bored by the last hour of their allotted time.

Finally, we were disappointed that Play Mondo does not have toilets in its establishment. We feel that it’s rather inconvenient for parents and children to run out of the area every time they need to use the mall’s toilet facilities.

5. Ramayana Water Park

Ramayana Water Park Homepage

Services: Artificial Wave Beach, Water Rides, Kids Water Zone, Lazy River, Games & Activities

Website: https://www.ramayanawaterpark.com/

Address: 9 Moo 7 Ban Yen Rd, Na Chom Thian, Sattahip District, Chon Buri 20250, Thailand

Contact Details: +66 33 005 929

Operating Hours: Monday and Tuesday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm; Thursday to Sunday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm; Wednesday: Closed

Google Reviews Score 4.5/5
TravelAdvisor Score 4.5/5
Klook Score4.6/5
KKday Score4.6/5
Total Reviews4.55/5
Score Consistency 4.7/5
Attractions5/5
Variety5/5
Experience5/5
Facilities4.2/5
Amenities5/5
Food & Beverage Options4/5
Access Facilities4/5
Shops3/5
Parking5/5
Location4/5

Pros

  • Has plenty of lifeguards
  • Large, spacious water park
  • Beautiful scenery
  • Inexpensive food

Cons

  • Slow service in the dining areas
  • Outside food and drinks are not allowed
  • Limited food options

Ramayana Water Park is a thrilling water park in the middle of the forest in Pattaya City. While it is a two-hour drive from Bangkok, we appreciate the experience of exploring the park in a scenic backdrop.

Notably, Ramayana Water Park is one of the biggest in Asia, with an area of more than 45 acres or 18 ha. It also has 21 waterslides, some of which are the longest in the world, as well as a lazy river, a wave pool, and two areas for children.

Additionally, this waterpark has unique rides, such as the Python, Duelling Aqua Coasters,  and Aquaconda. Our favorite slides include the Aqualoop, Spiral, and Serpentine.

For those looking for more thrilling options, we recommend trying the Freefall. In this slide, guests stand in a capsule while the floor disappears and falls down the tube.

Another thing that we like is the large Activity Pool, which is a perfect spot for water volleyball and aerobics. Hot tubs are also available on both ends of this pool.

Besides that, the Relax Pool is a popular option for guests wanting some downtime. The bubbly water is incredibly relaxing, and we liked the convenience of the bar serving various drinks right there.

On the downside, we were disappointed with the food selection in the park since there are only Thai food, fast food, ice cream, and chips. Additionally, outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the premises, and only one bottled water per person is permitted.

Nonetheless, we liked the convenience of the provided entry wristbands where the lockers are linked. It is also a secure payment option inside the facility since it functions as an e-wallet.

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