Dreamworld, Thanyaburi

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Enjoy a exciting day out at Dreamworld, an amusement park. Ride thrilling roller coasters, splash through the Grand Rapids, board the soaring cable car, and visit many more attractions spread across themed zones such as Dream Garden and Adventure Land. The park provides plenty of food options for when you get hungry. To visit Dreamworld and other attractions in Thanyaburi, use our Thanyaburi travel app .
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  • Dream world reminded a lot of "Disneyland" Hong Kong which we visited earlier. And to use the cliche term, it felt "new and improved". Rides for all age groups, satisfying long ride-durations, closely...  more »
  • A good mix of all things fun. Only issue is the height requirement is much higher than similar rides elsewhere. Kids under 140 cm will miss a few good rides.  more »
  • An old amusement park along with Prodigy for very long. Inexpensive. A and all the kids and adults a variety of players.
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  • The place is a little bit old. And it gets very crowded on Holidays. But the rides are fun! Black Hole Coaster was my favourite.
  • My family has lots of fun and feel comfortable while we walk along each zone. There are many rest areas and restrooms so we can rest whenever we feel tired. The price of Food&Drink is not expensive and quantity is ok. For old adults can pay only fee entrance then you can choose to pay for each show that attracted you.
  • DO NOT EAT BEFORE TAKING ANY GAME! Dream World is one of the nicest places to visit in Bangkok for both childs and adults. I felt like I was in Disneyland, especially with the Hollywood show held in there. It was a perfect day until I couldn't keep the puke in the Tornado :( Otherwise I'd recommend this to every visitor.
  • Quick tip for any foreigners/expats: the cost is much lower for thai citizens. Show your work permit if you work here. Your ticket will be much lower than the expected 800-1000 baht. Dream World had a lot of visually stimulating photo ops. There were definitely more things there for younger kids than adults, though my fiance and I still had a great time. This was my second time there and it always seems like I'm walking through a ghost town. It seems more populated in high photo ops areas. This made the lines for rides amazing! I always think I won't have enough time to get on everything within a couple hours, but I had more than enough time. There are more small thrill rides than large coasters. I personally like coasters for the 'butterflies in your stomach' feeling. These two coasters they offer did not give me that feeling at all, though they were still decent enough to hitch a ride or two. The Super Splash (also known as the log flume) was probably my favorite. It gave the butterfly feeling and got us drenched. As for food, the popcorn I had was a little stale and my Thai partner agreed that the Thai food was a bit under par. Overall we had a blast for the few hours we went. There were some not so good things but it was still well worth the money! I wouldn't go back for a while as it's a smaller park but it's a good day trip from Bangkok! I don't think you can't enjoy your time there for the price you pay.
  • "Very disappointing" Last wednesday I spent time with my friend here. Everything was fine except for the snow town. The staff was being very rude to us. All i did was ask them "nicely in Thai" if i could possibly change my friend's boots because they are apparently too small for him and even smaller than mine. However, the staff seemed to be very pissed off and shouted at me, asked if he did try them on; moreover, another staff rudely said she gave us the same as our shoes but you know what.... my shoes are 40, so are his. So i tried not be mad and just tell my friend to try on those shoes. Doubtlesly, he couldn't wear them; they were way too small. Due to the fact that the staff was really rude, I didn't want to talk to them again, so I just switched my shoes with his. From this incidence, I feel really ashamed of my people since I was there with my foreign friend. The stereotype of thai people from foreigners view os friendly and always smiling but this is ghe reality. I am so embarrassed. I suggest you to really train and educate your staff.

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