“Siam Paragon the Adventure of Magic Island” celebrates Children’s Day this weekend with fantasy animal characters, a stilt-walker and street art from across the globe. Australian Roo’s – a gang of kangaroos – will top up the fun along with hilarious rooster and hen musicians from Germany, Find out more at (02) 610 8000.
Children’s Day at Madame Tussauds means interactive activities like X-Box dancing virtually side by side with famous singers including Justine Bieber, while at Siam Ocean World youngsters can thrill to see the Giant Spider Crab, Scorpion Fish and Giant Octopus. Kids get in free when their parent or supervisor buys a Bt200 guidebook.
Play and learn
Museum Siam’s Children’s Day party on Saturday from 10am to 5pm has a “Play+Learn” theme, with fun yet challenging activities like the Labyrinth Game and Toy Invention Task. The museum is near Pier 7 on the river. Visit www.MuseumSiam.com.
Navy wants kids
The Royal Thai Navy cruises into the Children Day fun tomorrow with a chance to roam around a warship at Chulachomklao Fort in Samut Prakan. Youngsters can get hands-on experience with naval vehicles and other equipment, take part in fun races and dance and paint. Call (081) 802 1617.
Ikea Bangna has a Wonderland Adventure for Children’s Day this weekend, complete with a magical maze, Angna’s castle and a dragon and other fantasy creatures. Visit www.Ikea.co.th/smales.