8 Activities in Bangkok that Every Kid Should Experience
Keeping your child occupied, particularly when school is not in session, can be a challenge. But not every parent has the time to devote to finding out the activities that are available for kids in Bangkok.
We’re going to save you the trouble of doing the research to find what is out there and list 8 activities that are consistently among the most popular with kids and parents in Bangkok.
Our list includes both indoor and outdoor activities, so no matter what the weather is like, your child will enjoy an exciting and educational day of fun. We’ll also indicate which age group is most appropriate for the individual activity.
Child Connect is the host of the Doremi Playgroup, which was launched with goal of fostering learning and development in children in a natural and nurturing environment. They offer both international and Japanese programmes which are aimed at children aged 2-6.
During the spring and summer camp sessions, they also offer bilingual programmes for K1-K3 and base their programmes around themes including the seasons, health and occupations.
Doremi playgroups are an all-day affair, which begin 9 AM and end at 2 PM.
Little Whale is a swimming program for babies and toddlers which gradually acclimates them to the water environment while ensuring their comfort. They build on a child’s natural confidence to gradually progress them through the structured courses until they’re capable swimmers.
The courses are carefully structured to serve the physical, developmental, intellectual and emotional needs of the child. Through exploration, games and challenges the child develops safe practices around water and the swimming skills that will serve throughout their life.
Little Whale is open from 10 AM to 5:30 PM Tuesday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Saturdays and 9 AM to 5:30 PM on Sundays.
Adventure Village is an indoor interactive playground facility located at the Mall Bang Khae. Within the expansive playground facilities that include trampolines, foam pits, an outsized Lego construction area called the Cube Zone, a cartoon room and numerous slides is the Crochet Zone.
The Crochet Zone is designed for small children ages 2-6 and features soft, crocheted netting surfaces that the younger kids can climb around on, slide down upon and explore in safety.
Adventure Village is open Monday to Friday from 10:30 AM to 10 PM and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 10 PM.
Playville is both an indoor play space designed for babies, toddlers and their parents. It offers a warm, colourful and lively space for families to spend some quality bonding time together and explore the various toys and playground equipment.
They offer workshops for kids and families and have areas that you can hire for parties or other special occasions.
They’re open from 9 AM to 6 PM, Tuesdays through Fridays.
Sunny Kids is a child development centre that focuses on teaching the English language through developing cooking skills in children aged 7 months to 7 years.
Develop healthy eating habits in your kids while letting them experiment with measurements, predict outcomes and analyse experiments with food in this course.
The heart of the course is designed to teach your child how to speak the English language correctly as they learn about food preparation. Your child will develop their fine motor skills, hand strength and eye-hand coordination as well.
They are open every Saturday from 9:15 AM to 5 PM.
Clay works offers a 2D art programme for children starting from 3 years of age and a 3D art programme for children of 5-17 years of age. The programme was developed by the Clayworks Academy. They have many branches around Bangkok and Thailand. Contact Kiddeepass to find the closest one to your location.
They offer 4 programmes, depending on the age of your child, which encourages children explore shapes, colours, dimensions and clay moulding techniques, while developing their hand strength and coordination skills.
They are open Tuesdays to Fridays from 12 PM to 7 PM, Saturdays from 12 PM to 8 PM and Sundays from 10 AM to 8 PM.
Peppermint Bike Park is a road bicycling course that permits children from age 5 to 10 to use the course under adult supervision and children above the age of 10 to use the course without any restrictions. It’s located in the northern Bangkapi area of Bangkok.
The course contains banked curves, jumps and off-road areas for kids to test their cycling skills. Bikes and helmets rentals are offered and the course has cafes and refreshment areas where both parents and kids can take a rest and enjoy some food and a drink.
They’re open Tuesdays to Fridays from 11 AM to 8 PM and Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 7 AM to 9 PM.
Brick’s world is for Lego-lovers. This is a Lego café that has over 100 Lego sets to choose from and tons of individual Lego pieces from which to construct anything your child can imagine.
Any kid from age 1 to 18 who loves the idea of playing and building with Legos will undoubtedly think Brick’s World is heaven.
They have staff on hand that can assist and give tips and recommendations to younger children who are struggling with a construction.
They are located in the Laksi area of Bangkok and are open on Tuesdays to Fridays from 13 PM to 8 PM and Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10 AM to 8 PM.
All of these activities, parks, classes and playgrounds can be booked through Kiddeepass, your one-stop site of activities for your children. Explore our website to discover more of other activities in bangkok and Thailand that can provide provide education, fun and healthy exercise for your children.