How to enjoy an ideal family getaway to Bangkok

November 04, 2021

Spending time with your family at home versus spending time together on holiday… it’s completely different despite being around the same people in both instances. The everyday dilemmas of monotonous life can spoil your mood and it may sometimes feel like you don’t get along. But some plans for a holiday, and the excitement sets in. The kids are going to be livelier than ever and so are you! If you are planning on a trip to Bangkok, here’s how to have some fun as a family.

Visit a Trickeye Museum
Tucked away in the Esplanade Shopping Mall in Bangkok, this Trickeye or 3D Museum is a place of wonder! You and your family will be awe-inspired as you explore the jaw-dropping 3D paintings from floor to ceiling. It’s almost as though you’ve entered another dimension! Don’t forget to click away at your camera while your family poses for some exciting pictures against these unusual backdrops.

Go ice skating together
Ice skating doesn’t have to be only for the winter months. Bangkok’s Ice Planet situated in the Siam Discovery Centre offers a splendid time for the family on the 1900 sqm rink. Enjoy 90 minutes full of fun on the ice as you whiz past each other on your skates. The little ones are sure to love this activity and the best part is that it is just an 11-minute walk away from popular hotels like Pathumwan Princess Hotel.

Kidzania – a whole new world for kids
Surely, the little ones must be dreaming of what they want to become in the future and Kidzania allows them to make those dreams come true right now. Kids can be what they want to be from doctors to teachers or even a policeman. They’ll be living in a mini-town built for kids themselves and going about their daily chores as though they were adults.

Dining experience
No matter where you travel, exploring the local food is a must! Begin your food journey at a city hotel with a Bangkok hotel promotion available for dining. Indulge in Thai cuisine, Italian favourites and even some delicious desserts. Don’t forget to try out the local street food with your family at one of the night markets.