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Written by: Dawn Pillay
Co-written by: Shannon

If you’re looking to take the family on a quick holiday, here’s a useful Bangkok family itinerary for you.

Especially for those of us who work and don’t have much leave to clear – 4 days and 3 nights in Bangkok provides just enough time for the family to enjoy shopping, eating, playing and relaxing together.

Better yet, this itinerary is centred near and around Pratunam so you don’t have to waste precious holiday time travelling around.

Shopping ✔
Eating ✔
Playing ✔
Relaxing ✔

What more could the family want? It’s a great time to treat yourselves and enjoy the company of your loved ones – by soaking in all the family-friendly fun that Bangkok has to offer.

Read more:

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Treat the family to a memorable stay – Hilton, Bangkok

Where are you thinking of staying in Bangkok when you arrive for your much-anticipated family holiday?

If you’re struggling to decide, here are 4 simple choices!

Indulge your family with a swanky treat! Looking to be based near the central shopping district of Pratunam, or in the chic Phrom Phong area beside the famous EmQuartier?

Discover Waldorf Astoria Bangkok (5-minute walk to Chit Lom BTS station), Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (2-minute walk to Phrom Phong BTS station), DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (5-minute walk to Phrom Phong BTS station), and Conrad Bangkok (11-minute walk to Phloen Chit BTS station).

Conveniently located within walking distance to the BTS stations in the Pratunam area, you’ll enjoy easy accessibility to the best that Bangkok has to offer. No worries when you go shopping, and need to stop by your hotel to drop off your shopping bags, before heading out for more!

Otherwise, if you’re looking for something extra special and different from the usual Pratunam stays, how about a stay by the famous Chao Phraya River? Relax and enjoy the sweeping river views at Millennium Hilton Bangkok (7-minute ride to Krung Thon Buri BTS station).

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Overview

Day 1

Lunch with the teddies, dinner in a fairytale, fly a plane and shop!

Once you leave the airport, head straight to your hotel to check in and put the luggage down. With kids in tow, you wouldn’t want to be lugging around unnecessary baggage!

Note: For route-planning purposes, this itinerary has been planned using DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok as the default accommodation.

Kick off your first day with lunch at the best castle ever – Teddy Castle (1.5h)

Who can say no to this beautifully decorated castle filled to the brim with fluffy teddies? This castle holds many wonders, from walking the drawbridge to entering the dining hall – you’ll feel its childlike grandeur and marvel in it.

At this wondrous place, you and your kids will enjoy everything from the wonders to the food!

Photo Via Ryoiireview, Hempowerment

More info on visiting Teddy Castle

Price: From 100 Baht / USD $3 (Entrance fee which can be used to offset the total bill)
Address: 105/2 ซอยทองหล่อ 5 ถนนสุขุมวิท 55 คลองตันเหนือ วัฒนา Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: Alight at Thong Lo BTS Station and walk 10 mins to the cafe.
Contact: +66 2 020 2101
Opening hours: Tue-Sun, 10am to 8pm (Closed on Mondays)

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Go on a virtual reality adventure with the fam – VR 1 – Thonglor

Not many can say that they’ve been to a virtual reality cafe.

This is your chance to bring the kids along! From shooting games to culinary challenges and other simulators, the family will have a blast here.

PS: While HTC Vive is the main system they offer, Oculus and Playstation VR systems are available too!

Photo Via Vattanachansiri, Ace_archawat

More info on visiting VR 1 - Thonglor

Price: 650 Baht / approx. USD $19.70 (for the first hour); 550 Baht / approx. USD $16.70 (for subsequent hours); Food and drinks from 100 Baht / approx. USD $3
Address: 154 Soi Sukhumvit 55, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 80 288 2777
Opening hours: Daily from 12pm to 12midnight

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Be a pilot for the day and soar like an eagle – Flight Experience Bangkok (1h)

Recommended for both children and adults, this aviation entertainment centre offers visitors the chance to operate a Boeing 737-800NG flight simulator. You’ll be able to practice your take-offs and landings, fly from one city to another or fly around your choice of a landmark.

Note: This activity is recommended for children above age 11, but it’s sure to be a memorable experience for everyone. The simulator can also seat 3 people, so you’ll be able to watch your kids soar like an eagle.

Photo Via Annlukmee

More info on visiting Flight Experience Bangkok

Price: From 4,550 Baht / USD $131.25
Address: 982/22 Gateway Ekamai Room 2112 Sukhumvit Road, Prakanong, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 (Coordinates here)
Getting There: The nearest BTS station is Ekkamai
Contact: +66846142694
Opening hours: 9AM – 10PM

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A fairytale palace or a magical garden? How about both – The Gardens of Dinsor Palace (1.5h)

You don’t have to be a Disney prince/princess to dine in a fairytale. This ‘palace garden’ is one lovely place to have brunch or dinner at, and with plenty of magical Instagrammable spots too.

The winding staircase ✔
The albino peacocks ✔
The majestic black and white swans ✔ (You can feed them!)

As for food, there’s a wide range of delectable Western options ranging from brunch favourites like Duck Confit & Crispy Waffle to Mushroom Risotto & Truffle Oil.

Photo Via Marssm3llo

More info on visiting The Gardens of Dinsor Palace

Price: From 190 Baht / USD $5.70
Address: ถนน สุขุมวิท ซอย 59 Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, เขตวัฒนา Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 7min walk from Thong Lo BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 714 2112
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 11pm

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End the first night with the best night market in Pratunam – Palladium Night Market (2h)

After dinner, head to Palladium Night Market, that looong stretch of market stretching from outside Palladium Mall and beyond.

There’s plenty to shop there for the adults, and new things are regularly stocked. Kids’ clothes and fun costumes are available too!

Photo Via Renaldoroan98

More info on visiting Palladium Night Market

Price: From 20 Baht / USD $0.60
Address: 487 Phetchaburi Rd, Khwaeng Makkasan, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 309 9000
Opening hours: Monday-Sunday, 6pm to 11pm

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PS: Looking for more fun family time together? Enjoy daily swims at the incredible infinity pool at Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok with the kids. You’re guaranteed stunning city views, and parents might want to sip on a cocktail or two at the pool bar!

Photo Via 0119.j, Venus_2454

Babysitting services are also available if you require them, and if the family feels like staying in for a bit – on-site restaurants will ensure the fam never goes hungry. You might also want to enjoy high tea with the family courtesy of Jay & Daisy Afternoon Tea Set at Mondo!

Day 1 Route


Day 2

Play with huge doggos, enjoy some magic, afternoon tea and more

Note: Wake up at 9 and get ready to make your way out for breakfast!

If you and your kids share a love for dogs, here’s the place to be! – Big Dog Cafe (1.5h)

Your family will wake up excited for breakfast at Big Dog Cafe. This place will have your little ones falling in love with dogs of all shapes and sizes.

While the dogs might be the highlight, they do serve pretty tasty pasta too. And if you’re lucky, you might get to see the doggos swimming in their special doggy pool too!

Note: While dog handlers are on the scene to ensure safe interaction with the dogs, do be sure to keep a watchful eye on your kids!

Photo Via Adopted_scouser, Pkt_fam

More info on visiting Big Dog Cafe

Price: From 199 Baht / USD $6 (Entrance fee + a drink)
Address: 88 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Huai Khwang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10310, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: Alight at Thailand Cultural Centre Metro and walk 1 min to the cafe
Contact: +66 94 129 8666
Opening hours: Daily from 9.30am to 9.30pm

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Walk into a storybook and take memorable family photos – Art in Paradise (1h)

Located a mere 8-minute walk from Big Dog Cafe, this easy-to-reach interactive art gallery features two storeys of 3D masterpieces. Enjoy exploring a dozen scenes including the Coronation of an Emperor and Ride a Flying Carpet.

The family game is to find the best pose for each scene. So, if you’re ready for a new profile picture of you and your family, get yourselves to Art in Paradise.

Photo Via Orientalescape

More info on visiting Art in Paradise

Entrance Fees: Adult entry from 300 Baht / USD $8.65; Child entry from 200 Baht / USD $5.77
Address: Ratchadapisek Road, Din Daeng, Din Daeng, Bangkok, Thailand 10400 (Coordinates here)
Getting There: The nearest MRT station is Thailand Cultural Centre station.
Contact: +6626609130
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm

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For the adventurous and imaginative explorers! – Mocking Tales (1h)

After playing with the dogs and scrambling for perfect photos in Art in Paradise, the family will be famished and it’s time for lunch.

Welcome to a very magical Harry Potter-esque cafe, where you can fight dragons together with your child in one hand and have a coffee in another. With the medieval fantasy decor, it’s a magical experience that extends to the food too – they are a treat to behold.

Not only do they glow, some even catch fire. You can even take a bite out of the Poisoned Apple (260 Baht)!

Photo Via MockingTale

More info on visiting Mocking Tales

Price: From 260 Baht / USD $8
Address: เลขที่ 148 The Maze ทองหล่อ ซ.ทองหล่อ 4 ถนนสุขุมวิท 55 148, G Floor, Maze Thonglor, Soi Thonglor 4 คลองตันเหนือ วัฒนา Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: Alight at Thong Lo BTS Station and walk 11 mins to the cafe.
Contact: +66 83 386 6992
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 1am

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It’s the perfect time to shop! – Platinum Mall (2h)

Now that the first half of the day has fully satisfied the adventure quotient of the day, it’s time for parents to hit up one of the must-gos in Bangkok!

Stock up on workwear for the adults, or some much needed new clothes for the entire family. Enjoy!

Photo Via Style_blues_online, 安雅, 99999.shop

More info on visiting Platinum Mall

Price: 100 Baht / approx. USD $3
Address: 644/3 Phetchaburi Rd, Khwaeng Thanon Phetchaburi, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 121 8000
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 8pm

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Don’t forget to grab your must-have Thai snacks – Big C Supercenter Rajdamri (1h)

Since you’re in the area, head over to Big C Supercenter near Platinum Mall to get your must-have Thai snacks to bring back home!

Note: We highly recommend heading back to your hotel to put down your shopping before heading to the next location.

More info on visiting Big C Supercenter Rajdamri

Price: From USD $0.20 / approx. 10 Baht or USD $10.5 / approx. 360 Baht
Address: 11 Ratchadamri Rd, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: Chit Lom BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 250 4888
Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 2am

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Optional: A beautiful afternoon tea to experience with the fam – Cher Cheeva (1h)

If you have enough time, once you’ve put down your shopping, head to Cher Cheeva for some afternoon tea. It’s a hidden gem offering seriously beautifully crafted traditional Thai desserts.

Perfectly put together, and exploding with flavours (and even colourful flower petals on top) – you likely won’t be able to find cuisine like this anywhere else! Your kids (and you) won’t forget this quaint foodie experience anytime.

Photo Via Pollyy_jeera, Pearlypreaw

More info on visiting Cher Cheeva

Price: From USD $13.60 / 450 Baht (for Afternoon Tea Set/Cher Set for 2)
Address: 342/1 Phayathai Rd, Khwaeng Thanon Phetchaburi, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 62 445 5565
Opening hours: Wed-Fri, 12pm to 5pm; Sat-Sun, 12pm to 6pm (Closed on Mon-Tue)

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PS: Looking for a more indulgent afternoon tea? Head to the beautiful Peacock Alley at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok for an elevated high tea experience. Mouth-watering selections like potato confit with crab salad, tangerine meringue tartlet, freshly baked scones with clotted cream, and more await!

Time for dinner and shopping at your next night market – Liab Duan Night Market (2h)

While Liab Duan isn’t considered in or near Pratunam, it’s a relatively short 20-30-minute ride away. We highly recommend checking out Liab Duan for dinner and shopping, whether you’re travelling as a couple, with friends or family.

The shopping is fantastic with good local prices, and there’s a wide array of food too!

Photo Via Alice.honey_.b, Chopyourpassport

More info on visiting Liab Duan

Price: From 50 Baht / USD $1.55
Address: ตลาดนัดเลียบด่วน Ram Intra Rd, Khwaeng Tha Raeng, Khet Bang Khen, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10220, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 82 357 3434
Opening hours: Daily from 6pm to 12midnight

PS: After a tiring day out, one of the best things to do is to head back to a super comfortable stay – where you and the kids will be able to fully relax and have a good night’s rest. Consider DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok.

With its artistic vibes, and with interconnecting rooms available, both parents and kids will be able to have some quality me time. Most importantly, babysitting services are available if you require it. (Here’s an idea, parents can steal away from the kids for a bit, take a dip in the pool and enjoy some well-deserved quiet time together!)

Photo Via Aeyatchara, Shinji.hye_

Day 2 Route


Day 3

Wander into Totoro’s world, explore a jungle, the ocean and a European resort

Note: We’ve included an optional massage in this day for parents who want to steal away for some time for yourselves. We recommend leaving the kids in the capable hands of the hotel staff.

Have a hearty breakfast in Totoro’s world – May’s Garden House (1.5h)

Everything is on theme in this super cute and oh-so-whimsical Totoro-themed cafe in Bangkok.

From the menu with the creatively styled Totoro-themed rice and steamed buns – to the desserts and more dishes inspired by the Ghibli films. You have to try May’s Paktong Chai Chicken Wings and the Totoro in the Rain dessert.

Food apart, there’s more quirky themed areas in the huge cafe to explore, like the Children’s Playground, Orchid Glasshouse, Boat Water Pool, and the Library and Two Halls!

Photo Via Iiiolaniii, Bimmie23

More info on visiting May’s Garden House

Price: From 200 Baht / approx. USD $6.20
Address: 18 Sukhumvit 29 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 034 9127
Opening hours: Tues-Sun from 12pm to 7pm (Closed on Mondays)

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Get everyone involved in this creative activity – Poteri Clay Workshop (1.5h)

A bonding activity for the family, try something totally new, and head to Poteri Clay. Both you and the kids will learn a new creative skill, and get to bring home the treasures you make.

It’s a really cute experience and educational too!

More info on visiting Poteri Clay Workshop

Price: From 600 Baht / approx. USD $18 (for hand-building); 700 Baht / approx. USD $21 (for pottery wheel)
Address: Sukhumvit 49 Racquet Club Bldg 3, 2st Bangkok, Thailand  (Coordinates here)  
Contact: +66 2 018 7886
Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 10am to 6pm (Closed on Mondays)

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Have family lunch at this little jungle forest within Siam Paragon – Vivarium (1h)

This 2-storey cafe has an interesting assortment of jungle/forest decor at every corner. From animal statues of deer and peacocks to huge hanging ferns and hanging wooden sculptures that look like antlers, the space is pretty incredible.

The family will feel like you’re dining in a magical jungle/forest hidden in the mall. Plenty of interesting Thai-fusion dishes are on the menu, and it’s quite affordable too!

Photo Via Khun_nok, Travel_awesome

More info on visiting Vivarium by Chefs Ministry, Siam Paragon

Price: From 200 Baht / USD $6
Address: 991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 3min walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 261 9508
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 10pm

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Swim with sharks and shop the Siam area! – Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World, Siam Paragon (2h)

On the bottom two floors of Siam Paragon Centre in Bangkok, Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World might just be the most marine-tastic experience you’ll have in Thailand’s capital.

It’s something refreshing to do in Bangkok, and the best part is, you’ll be able to walk around the Siam area and do some shopping if you wish, after! Kids are happy and so are the adults.

PS: Don’t forget to drop by Boots/Watsons if you’d like to pick up some skincare or makeup essentials!

Photo Via Alexeytverskoy, Finedachill

More info on visiting Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

Entrance Fees: Adult entry from 450 Baht / USD $12.98; Child entry from 280 Baht / USD $8.08
Address: Siam Ocean World Co., Ltd.; B1-B2 Floor, Siam Paragon; 991 Rama 1 Road; Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 (Coordinates here)
Getting There: The nearest BTS station is Siam.
Contact: +6626872000
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 9pm

Website

Optional: Sink into pure bliss with a much-needed massage – Watergate Spa (1h)

A four-minute walk from Pratunam market, you can’t miss out on the opportunity for a famously affordable Bangkok massage. Sink into the inviting ambience and comfy chairs, and let your masseuses work their magic.

More info on visiting Watergate Spa

Price: From 300 Baht / approx. USD $9 (for 60min Traditional Thai Massage)
Address: Soi Phetchaburi 21, Phetburi Road, Bangkok 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4-minute walk from Pratunam Market
Contact: +66 2 653 6200
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 12midnight

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PS: Looking to really spoil yourselves? Take some time out for a well-deserved treat at Conrad Bangkok‘s gorgeous Seasons Spa. The huge traditional wooden bath filled with fragrant flowers provides an elegant backdrop for an afternoon of relaxation.

You could also consider one of these onsen and spas in Bangkok too!

Dine at a European seaside resort – Chocolate Ville (1h)

How about this for your last family dinner in Bangkok? Chocolate Ville is a restaurant spread over a huge area with sparkling waterways and lakes. It’s a lovely place to stroll around and take beautiful photos.

In terms of food, we would recommend mussels with cheese, German pork knuckle, foie gras with caramelised banana bacon and caramel sauce, or panna cotta.

Photo Via Hwan_xx, Jejesika, Lennyryana

More info on visiting Chocolate Ville

Price: From 300-600 Baht / USD$8.50-17 per person, From 195 Baht / USD$5.50 (for an Avocado Salad), From 75 Baht / USD$2.10 (for a drink)
Address: 351, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Getting there: You’ll need to take a taxi or Grab to get here. It’s 24mins by car from Pratunam.
Contact: +66 83 077 3738 or +66 81 921 2016
Opening Hours: Daily from 4pm to 12midnight; it is recommended to arrive at the earliest hours, preferably with a reservation during weekends and public holidays

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Here’s your last chance to shop – Hua Mum Night Market (2h)

Hua Mum Night Market is unexpectedly huge with an interesting variety of food, fashion, and other funky fun stuff to buy. There are cute water bottles, Groot figurines, handmade ceramics, retro household goods and more.

Both you and the kids’ll have a good time wandering about this spacious market with its unique array of food and shopping!

More info on visiting Hua Mum Night Market

Price: From 50 Baht / USD $1.55
Address: 678 Prasert-Manukitch Rd, Khwaeng Lat Phrao, Khet Lat Phrao, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10230, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 99 492 6858
Opening hours: Daily from 5pm to 12midnight

PS: Are you a fan of resort-style stays? If so, Conrad Bangkok is what you’re looking for. It’s an unexpected hidden oasis in the middle of the city with its gorgeous lagoon pool (with regulated heat so the temperature is always perfect for swimming!), and the ultra-romantic Seasons Spa.

Photo Via Daewon.kim_.169

There are plenty of resort activities from bowling and tennis to cooking classes, and a fun playground for the kids. We highly recommend using the babysitting services so parents can enjoy some quality time together at the spa!

Day 3 Route


Day 4

Enjoy breakfast with a side of laser tag and a sumptuous whimsical lunch

Finally, a grown-up brunch spot that you can bring your kids to! – Brainwake Cafe (1h)

Complete with a kids’ menu and a kids’ corner so you don’t have to worry about the kids, this is just a really nice spot to relax!

It’s also a good place to squeeze in some quality time with your partner too, while you two look fondly over your children entertaining themselves like little ladies and gentlemen. (All you need is a mimosa to make that moment complete.)

Photo Via Mom.in_.bangkok, Ksenya_savva

More info on visiting Brainwake Cafe

Price: From 65 Baht / USD $2 (Kid’s set meal); 75 Baht / USD $2.40 (Ala carte main)
Address: 27/1 Sukhumvit 33, Klong Ton Nua, Vadhana, Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: Alight at Asok BTS Station, cross the road and take a 6 min taxi ride to the cafe.
Contact: +66 2 005 0026
Opening hours: Daily, 7am to 7pm

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Before you leave, battle in the dark with laser tag! – LazGam (1.5h)

Nothing screams family fun like a little competition. Duke it out with a real laser tag experience. There are several ways to play, but you’ll most commonly be split into two teams to battle each other. Otherwise, you can play “Solo Play”, which is essentially every man for himself.

Note: Because of the nature of the game, LazGam is only open to children age 7 or older.

Photo Via Lazgam

More info on visiting LazGam

Price: From 350 Baht / USD $10.10
Address: Holiday Inn, 5th Floor, 1 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 (Coordinates here)
Getting There: The nearest BTS stations are Asok and Phrom Phong.
Contact: +6626637703
Opening hours: 12PM – 10PM

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Treat yourselves to a sumptuous lunch before leaving! – It’s “Happened to be” a closet (1h)

Beginning with a garden area that looks straight out of Alice in Wonderland, a world for the off-beat and free-spirited awaits inside.

This cafe is a hidden whimsical place that will enchant everyone from the kids to the adults.

The food is really good, and there’s even a semi-outdoor area with a pool for kids only. There’s also the quirkiest lifestyle shop hidden in the cafe itself (it really is an actual house!)

More info on visiting It's “Happened to be” a closet

Price: From 120-990 Baht / approx. USD $3.80-32
Address: 124/1 Soi Sukhumvit 23 | Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 81 565 2026
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 8am to 12 midnight

Website

PS: Bored of the usual Bangkok stays? You need to level up your Bangkok vacation and stay by the sparkling Chao Phraya River. Welcome to Millennium Hilton Bangkok, an extraordinary choice for travellers looking for more.

Photo Via Jiny4ever

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t always have to stay near Pratunam in order to enjoy a Bangkok trip. There’re plenty of things to do around the Chao Phraya area, and should you want to head to Pratunam, a quick 20-minute ride will take you there.

Day 4 Route


Total Cost Breakdown for Food, Activities & Transport

(2 adults, 2 kids)

Food & Activities (excluding shopping expenses):
Day 1 – USD $245
Day 2 – USD $98
Day 3 – USD $177
Day 4 – USD $70

Transport:
USD $150 for 4 days
Note: In our opinion, when travelling in a larger group, it sometimes makes more sense to book a Grab or hail a taxi. The charges might be equivalent to, or cheaper than paying for BTS tickets for 4. You can set aside approximately USD $150 for transport.

TOTAL =
USD $740 for 2 adults and 2 kids ~ USD $185 per person

PS: Once you’ve chosen your flights and accommodation, simply add the costs to budget for your family vacay!

Wasn’t this an easy breezy itinerary? Now all you have to do is book the tickets and prepare for a quick but super fun trip with the fam!

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