Bangkok Day 4: Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World (Siam Paragon) and MBK

Bangkok Day 1: Patumwan House and Siam Paragon

Bangkok Day 2: Chatuchak and MBK

Bangkok Day 3: Bangkok Safari World, Marine Park and Asiatique

Bangkok Day 4: This post

Bangkok Day 5: Bangkok Kidzania and Rod Fai Ratchada night market

Bangkok Day 6, 7: Imaginarium Playland and Neon Talad night market

Day 4 in Bangkok. We headed out bright and early in search of breakfast. No chance of sleeping in when you are traveling with kids. Because we were a bit more familiar with the area now, we walked all the way to Siam Square. The streets were deserted at 8am as you can see! We had breakfast at A&W because there were no other choices. Kids were more than happy to have burgers for breakfast. Then we hung around Starbucks waiting for Siam Paragon to open their doors at 10am.The  Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World at Siam Paragon was a pleasure to visit. It is convenient, air-conditioned and very well-maintained. I recommend it to everyone with kids! (Tip: Do get discounted tickets on KLOOK at least a day before your visit!)

We had fun peering at the glass tanks looking at the sea creatures – sea worms, jellyfish, sharks, penguins. The ocean is such a fascinating place! After lunch, we had lunch at Taling Pling at the ground floor of Siam Paragon. The local Thai dishes were amazing! Definitely one of my favourite meals there. Then we headed back to hotel for the boys to nap in the afternoon. While I napped with the boys, Foops went to fetch my mum from the airport.

Come evening, we walked over to MBK for steamboat dinner. It was cheap and quite forgettable so I didn’t even bother to take pics. Since my mum could watch the boys, she helped to put them to sleep while Foops and I snuck out for desserts at After You (Siam Square One). This dessert place came highly recommended – we shared a banana crumble (still too stuffed from dinner) and boy it was worth the calories!

Then we went for an hour long massage (zzz) before heading back to the hotel at 1am. So late!

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