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    A kid's day out in Ubon.

    I'm gonna be in Ubon with a 4 year old for a day in a few weeks. Have only driven through there before, and it looks well.. dull as dish water. Are there any places that anyone can recommend going to or seeing. A Zoo, waterpark, amusement park, swimming pool... anything really.

    ...is the best we're gonna get a playpen in a 'Big C' shopping centre?

    Anything that would be fun and active for a kid, It'd be great to hear about.

    Thanks.

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    Looks a bit boring

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    Heres an easy daytrip you can do-

    http://teakdoor.com/thailands-travel...tchathani.html (A daytrip from Ubon Ratchathani)

    The main Park late afternoon is Ok for people warching.
    Theres also a few places on the river you can eat on a raft, eat river fish & prawns.
    There is a swimming pool & gym somewhere that I've read about.
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    There looks like some new and very large children's playgrounds in the main park.

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    Theres also a few places on the river you can eat on a raft, eat river fish & prawns.
    That does sound good for the evening... the day trip is into Ubon though so won't fancy going too far out from it.

    A riverside/boat/restaurant thing does sound ok for dinner.

    I'll have to try and find out about the swimming pool, that sounds good.

    There looks like some new and very large children's playgrounds in the main park.
    That could be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    Anything that would be fun and active for a kid
    No worries. 4 year old kids are easy to entertain. A park with playground and some fish to feed will keep him/her busy all day. You should be sure to take a good book.

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    I agree. Take a book and head down to the main park. The play grounds are on the western side and look new and safe.

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