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    Funarium - For Bangkok kids.

    Went to the Zpell branch of Funarium in Future Park.



    Go left, then left, then right left right left left right right.


    Good place for kids, or those wishing to drink overpriced dishwater coffee.

    They also have a branch downtown, for the flashy Sukhumvit tofts.

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    First things first.

    Throw the sprog in and order a jar of dishwater.




    Try to see where they are to make sure you haven't lost them.




    Good. You're not raising a scaredycat.

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    Swingy ball things.



    Slidey things.





    Hope it wasn't put together by a Thai kinda things.


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    Bouncy things.



    Tunnel things.



    Possibly rope-burn your hands sliding back down things.



    The bored room.

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    A Lazer Maze room was locked up, or the staff were too busy picking their noses to open it.


    180thb+70thb.

    Good place to stop off for a break if going past with a kid or two.

    Don't forget your socks.

    Luckily I have hundreds.

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    Can she swim? There is a play island with inflatable towers/slides etc at Zanook wake park. You may have to participate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Don't forget your socks.

    Luckily I have hundreds.
    Do they green you?

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    ^ A maogician never tells his secrets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    Can she swim? There is a play island with inflatable towers/slides etc at Zanook wake park.
    Dunno.

    One way to find out.






    Will check it out, cheers.

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    Not knoking it but street kids semm to have just as much fun with old caardboard, a bile a aball a few trees to fall out .I suppose these plastic jungles with colorful toys are a norm to today's kids and a plce to park 'em what was that stuff in th jamjar?
    Originally Posted by HuangLao
    Those with lesser cognitive reasoning should refrain from commentary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    street kids semm to have just as much fun with old caardboard,
    Indeed.


    Fuxin' Lulu ripped off again. :/



    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    what was that stuff in th jamjar?
    Verdict is still out.


    Possibly sock juice.

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    Ok i give up trying to figure out that map.. I want 8 minutes of my life back

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    Can just jump in a taxi and say 'Bpai Foo-Juurrrrrrrrrrrrr, crap'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    maogician

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    They are great for kids birthday parties, saves having your house wrecked by a dozen kids.
    No clean up, parents have a coffee and chat.
    Kids run around like headless chickens, have some party food and cake.

    Every village in the UK has one of these places nowadays.
    Top tip....take a set of ear plugs .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Kids run around like headless chickens, have some party food and cake .
    No pies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Every village in the UK has one of these places nowadays.
    Yeah, noticed that last summer. Didn't have them when I was growing up. Not even a decade ago I think. Cheap too, around 8 Euro, considering the insurance etc etc must be the GDP of a medium sized nation.

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    ^^^ Yeh ... we have heaps of them.

    Probably 4 or 5 of them within a 20 min drive.

    Best bit is one of them, the closest, has a 'Twins Special' ... both the boys in for BHT 120

    Over 3 levels, has a jumping castle and a enclosed area for under 3's

    We only go on a week-day ... gets a bit willing come the week-end.


    But in Thailand, we've yet to have been to a good one like the Luigi took his daughter to.

    A few regional Thai shopping centres and fairly low key activities.


    Nice thread Lulu

    Our fingerprints never fade from the lives we touch

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    Cheers Newbie Dave.

    Giz a shout if yer passing through with the kids.


    Just keep an eye on yer wallet, I've got Luigietta well trained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Possibly sock juice.

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    Was in Global house yesterday. They were promoting these blow up play thingys. Doubt they will be big sellers up here. We just let the little beggers run free in the rice paddies catching all manner of critters. Bring em home all proud n stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Didn't have them when I was growing up.
    probably don't have these anymore as little cossetted Johhny would climb underneath and get mangled.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    would climb underneath and get mangled.
    Ah, the good ol' days.

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    Not forgetting getting the naive kid to dig in the sand box until he found a handful of cat poo.

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    Or banging nails in a tree so you could reach the bottom branches and climb to the top, only to discover on your descent that some twat had banged them all the way in.

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