Attraction 275 Moo 1, Petchkasem Rd., Bang Khae Nuea, Bang Khae, Bangkok 10160 Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand Published on: 17-06-2016
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Why Fantasia Lagoon Water Park is special ?
What to explore at Fantasia Lagoon Water Park?
The Park at Fantasia Lagoon - large for such a low entry fee - is divided into several zones, accommodating children of all ages - Fantasy Fountain for the youngest, Pirate Cove and the Slider Tower for the more daring, and everything in between: Magic Jungle, Mystery Island and Ocean 10 are full of water activities, games and fun features to thrill your kids for a great afternoon of splashing fun. Once you are running out of energy, just drift along the Lazy River on an inflatable tube or sit near the stage where entertainers involve kids in balloon shows, magic shows and other fun games. And of course there is no fun without food so you can order Thai dishes and plenty of ice cream at the food court.
Fantasia Lagoon Water Park is a world on its own and soon you forget you are still in Bangkok, unless you climb on top of the slider tower for bird's eye view of the busy traffic down there. The impression of a fantasy world is even stronger in the amusement park located below. A great deal of effort was spent on the entertainment area of the mall, inside the little cartoon town with fun looking houses, a painted sky and an old fashion merry-go-round. You can even ride suspended little boats moving around this part of the mall. All features are new, beautifully executed and kids certainly love it!
The Mall Bangkae itself is an attractive shopping mall, with a huge indoor waterfall and water features meandering around the main part of the building. Here you can enjoy plenty of shopping with a department store on one side and the shopping gallery on the other. The gallery is dedicated to independent shops with a strong emphasis on food franchises as expected. Several state of the art cinemas can be found upstairs not far from the waterpark.
Fantasia Lagoon and The Mall Bangkae make a perfect afternoon out if you travel with kids, especially when weather is hotter than usual. It's not very far, it's not expensive, it has been beautifully renovated and it has tons of things to see, do and eat for adults too! Just a note, the water park can be pretty full on weekends so if you have the choice, keep it for a week day!
How to get to Fantasia Lagoon Water Park?
- Simple enough to keep kids entertained.
- Nice place for kids
- Fantasia Lagoon: Bangkok's Secret Waterpark
- Great Economical Day Out
275 Moo 1, Petchkasem Rd., Bang Khae Nuea, Bang Khae, Bangkok 10160 Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand
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While making our holiday plan, I had read just one review mentioned in some blog and made it a point to include in my travel plan.I found this place to be a true gem thus, I requested tripadvisor to list this as an attraction.So here goes the reveiwThis place is actually a little outside bangkok, you need to take the Sathorn elevated road and is a 180 - 200 THB taxi ride from Chit Lom/ Lang Suan/ MBK. This place is actually called the 'The Mall' frequented only mostly by locals, its a huge mall and the water park is on the roof of the mall. The entry for adults is 100THB. The water and the park itself is exceptionally clean. Please note that you need to wear a water cap (yes, men, women, children, hairy, balding all alike). Everything can be hired at location.Since I was travelling with my wife and two kids, we reached the mall and made way to the roof.We entered by paying 100 THB per adult and a lesser amount for our son and my daughters entry was free since she was a toddler. We reached the hiring station and hired two lockers, the staff was also kind enough to store our pram at no cost. We hired some towels (exceptionally clean) caps, and tubes for the kids (actually you can carry your own inflatables as well and there is a pumping station next to the deposit counters) They give two types of receipts one for the hiring charge and the other which is a foil to seek your refund. There are lockers in the changing rooms that are spacious with enough room to store a small bag.Now the park is really a fun place especially for people with children less than 13 years old, there are vigilant life guards at every few paces managing kids. There are two huge slides for kids above 10 but the moat and the smaller slides are a hit.This place is frequented more by the local crowd than overseas tourists thus language can be a problem. There is a break from 3 to 3:30pm when all pools are evacuated and cleaned; during this time there is a stage performance (in thai). Food is mostly thai, however this is a mac d on the ground floor.In all, a great great place and a must visit.