We get to take a completely unplanned and spontaneous trip to Bangkok soon and are making it our monthly mini-vacation from Phuket. We get one whole day to have fun in the crazy and fun city!
So now the decision of what to do is supposed to happen. Right, that’s what happens next? Seriously, why is this so difficult for me?! I know I used to plan what we were going to do on our travels and apparently I have gotten completely lazy since settling in Thailand. This is where you, my lovely readers, come in and save the day! I have a list of possible destinations and fun things to do and I would love to know what you would love to read about.
THE ULTIMATE, BUT STILL SHORT, LIST OF AMAZING POSSIBLE DESTINATIONS FOR OUR DAY IN BANGKOK
ICE SKATING- Yep, you read that right! There are a couple of places that offer time on the ice rink and we are considering trying it out. The Pros: It would be an awesome way to keep cool on a hot day. It would be fun to see Z try it out. It could be very funny seeing me fall on my butt numerous times throughout the day. The Cons: I may fall on my butt numerous times. Is Z old enough at 3 years old for ice-skating? I didn’t bring any warm clothing at all for any of us.
THE FUNARIUM– This massive playground offers jungle-gyms, ball pits, toys, bikes to ride, and other fun activities for kids. The Pros: Z would have fabulous time and wear herself out most definitely. We can run around with her and see her happy face. The Cons: This sounds like a ton of fun for Z, but not really much for us to do all together. There may not be any other kids for Z to play with.
MUSEUM SIAM– This museum is rumored to have much to do for young and old alike, while teaching about what Thailand is and how it came to be the nation it is today. The Pros: We could all learn more about Thailand as a family. There is a mock archeology site for digging and old-fashioned weapons for youngsters to try (hopefully not real ones!?). The Cons: It may be too old for Z.
Now it’s your turn! Can you help us decide what to do with our day in this fantastic city? Tell me which one you would like to read about. Or if you have another suggestion, leave it in the comments as well! Thanks for reading and helping us!
Oh, and don’t worry, I did not forgot about my weekly photos of things we see in our lives here in Thailand. Here they are! Happy Monday!