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Sapporo Station To Shiroi Koibito Park Review Ishiya Chocolate Factory Day Trip

Shiroi Koibito Park
Shiroi Koibito Park 白い 恋人 パーク

Shiroi Koibito Park Day Trip
Shiroi Koibito Park Day Trip
Shiroi Koibito Park (meaning white lover, 白い 恋人 パーク) is an entertainment park where visitors can enjoy a variety of attractions, including observation of their Ishiya white chocolate cookies production line, cookies making at the Cookie craft Studio, Ishiya’s original sweets at café, Chocolate Time Tunnel, World Chorus Theater, Shiroi Koibito Railway, Old-style Children’s Toy Box, Rose Garden, Sapporo Mechanical Clock Tower and etc.

Shiroi Koibito Park (白い 恋人 パーク) is a fantastic place based on the ideals of deliciousness, fun and stories of sweets from a bygone era. In addition to housing the Ishiya patisserie Shiroi Koibito chocolate fFactory where this well-known Hokkaido confectionery is produced, the park also has a cafe to allow visitors to savor Ishiya’s original sweets, the Cookiecraft Studio (where budding confectioners can try their hand at making their own Shiroi Koibito cookies), a toy exhibition room and the Rose Garden. The things visitors see, taste and experience here will make for truly “sweet”memories!

Sapporo Station To Shiroi Koibito Park

Sapporo Station To Shiroi Koibito Park
Sapporo Station To Shiroi Koibito Park
Ishiya Shiroi Koibito park chocolate factory in Sapporo location address is Japan, 〒063-0052 Hokkaido Prefecture, Sapporo, Nishi Ward, 宮の沢2−2−11−36.

How To Go To Shiroi Koibito Park From Sapporo Station

Take the Tozai line and head for Miyanosawa, which is the last stop. When you get off at Miyanosawa Station on the Tozai Subway Line, which is approx. 20 min. from Odori Station. Take the walkway towards the Supermarket ahead and exit to the surface , continue North till you come to a junction and look to your right, a Huge Grey building is visible (Approx. 7 min. on foot from Miyanosawa Station). That is Shiroi Kobita Chocolate factory with its beautiful garden.

Getting there may be a little tricky as there was not much signage to Shiroi Koibito Park. Just remember to walk towards "Cheria", which is an Education Centre. When you emerge from the front of Cheria, cross the road and you can't miss the Chocolate Factory building.

Alternative, you can also take a bus from JR Sapporo Bus Terminal (Otaru direction) and get off at the Nishimachi kita 20-chome bus stop. (Chuo bus or JR bus).
Ishiya Shiroi Koibito Park
Ishiya Chocolate Factory Shiroi Koibito Park

Shiroi Koibito Park Review 

Shiroi Koibito Park Opening Hours 

Opening hours: 9:00~18:00 (Last Admittance:17:00 , Shop Closing Time:19:00)
*Subject to occasional change, including during the year-end and New Year holidays

Ishiya Chocolate Factory Entrance Fee 

Ishiya Chocolate Factory Entrance Fee
Ishiya Chocolate Factory Entrance Fee

High school students and older General : ¥600 / Groups of 20 or more : ¥500

Junior high school students and younger  General : ¥200 / Groups of 20 or more : ¥150

*Free Admission for Infants Aged Three or Younger.

*No Pets Allowed.

Below are the collections of visitors' reviews:

Ishiya Patisserie Shiroi Koibito
Ishiya Patisserie Shiroi Koibito
"Fun to all through of the buildings. You can go to the base of the clock tower and get your tickets for the Shiroi Koibito park day trip. There are all sort of memorabilia from cups and containers related to drinking chocolate over the last few 100 years. You also get to see the factory productions and how they churn out the famous Shiroi Koibito white lover cookies. The garden grounds are amazing and great for children, especially the numerous collection of mini doll houses for the kids to play with. The day trip finishes with a choral performance of their mannequin bakers singing at the top of the building overlooking the grounds."

"This is the place where thousands of thousands of the famous 白色恋人 cookies are made, having originated here in Hokkaido. This place can be easily access via Tōzai Line (Miyanosawa Station) about 7 stations from Odori Station. Upon arrival at Miyanosawa Station, just follow the sign all the way for about 5-10mins."
Ishiya Chocolate Factory At Sapporo
Ishiya Chocolate Factory At Sapporo

"The exterior of the Shiroi Koibito park (白い 恋人 パーク) is like a fantasy place, with beautiful architectures and many scenic spots, great for photo-taking! Inside the park, there is a large shop selling the famous shiroi koibito white lover 白い恋人 chocolates, cookies, candies and souvenirs. Also they have scheduled candy-making sessions too. Interesting place to visit!"

"If you love cookies with chocolate, then this is definitely a  place you must visit! Shiroi Koibito park is also the location of the Ishiya Chocolate Factory in Sapporo, one of the oldest and most famous Chocolate Factory in Hokkaido and also Japan, well known for their famous white lover cookies and sweets. The tour is quite interesting and enjoyable with beautiful chocolate cup collection. The tour trip also shows the history of the factory and how their famous Shiroi Koibito white lover cookies are made. The park itself offers beautiful mini houses with lots of flowers and photo opportunity sites. There is also a show from the tower and balconies that happens at specific schedule throughout the day. The gift shop offers their famous treats and fresh drinks for visitors to enjoy and bring home. A must visit site in Sapporo!"

Ishiya Chocolate Review
Ishiya Chocolate Review
"It was like one of the attractions in Sapporo but you can buy Shiroi Koibito cookies anywhere in Japan (especially at the airport shops)."

"This is Ishiya patisserie Shiroi Koibito, where they make the famous white lover 白色恋人 cookie. Love this place with the beautiful lush roses and magnificent exterior with intricate details. We paid to walk through the production line but my kids did not want to make a cookie, so no comment on that. Many pictures opportunities and in the cold weather, enjoyed the chocolate soft cream ice-cream outdoor too. Parking is free."

"We visited this place thinking that it would just be a chocolate factory showing their history and how the chocolates were made. But we were so wrong! This place had so much more things. The rose garden and toy museum were one of them. My favourite place was the one where we could see through a glass panel and look at how our favourite white chocolate cookies were made! Overall, this is a great place for families with kids to visit."

"Before exiting the station, get a map from the control station (see photo). Yes, they even printed them in colours. There are some signages fixed onto the lamp posts once you exit the station. So keep a lookout. The cookie-making class is conducted in mass so be early (arrive in the morning if you are keen to participate) because they have a schedule for that. I enjoy watching the cookie production. There's even a mailing service for your cookie at the retail store! But the service is not available during the weekend when I was there."

Shiroi Koibito Park
Ishiya Chocolate Factory How To Go

DisneySea World Only Japan Tokyo Theme Park Attractions

DisneySea Japan Tokyo Theme Park
DisneySea Japan Tokyo Theme Park

DisneySea is the world only theme park in Japan Tokyo. The Tokyo DisneySea is located at the Tokyo Disney Resort located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, just outside Tokyo.

DisneySea is owned by The Oriental Land Company, which licenses Disney characters and themes from The Walt Disney Company, unfolded on September 4, year 2001, at a cost of 335 billion yen. Tokyo DisneySea drew an approximately 14 million visitors in year 2013, making it the third most traveled to theme park in the world.

Tokyo DisneySea was the 2nd theme park build at the Tokyo Disney Resort and the 9th Disney theme park of the eleven worldwide to open. Tokyo DisneySea was the fastest theme park in the world to reach the milestone of 10 million guests, in 307 days after its grand opening beating the Universal Studios Japan, a previous record holder of 338 days after its opening.

Tokyo DisneySea is built up of seven themed ports of call, namely the Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront that were inspired by the myths and legends of the sea. While suitable for all ages, Tokyo DisneySea was also designed specifically to appeal grown up visitors as compare to Tokyo Disneyland.

Recommended Disney Sea Tokyo Attractions For All Ages

Broadway Music Theatre
Located at the American Waterfront, free lottery ticket may be required for reserve seat which can be obtained at Biglietteria. Expect long queue if you don't have reserve seat. Make sure you check the performance schedule and the instructions given together with the DisneySea map.

Disney Sea Tokyo Attractions
Disney Sea Tokyo Attractions - Broadway Music Theatre

DisneySea Transit Steamer Line
Also located at the American Waterfront, this steamer line takes you from the dock nearest to the entrance of the Park, all the way to the farthest port of Lost River Delta and back to the port. With this relaxing voyage, it is a quick way to fully enjoy the ever changing landscape of DisneySea.

DisneySea Electric Railway  
Located at the American Waterfront beside the Broadway Music Theatre, ride above the bustle, you will see the beautiful harbor and end up at Port Discovery. A quick way to and fro between American Waterfront and Port Discovery, where you can try the Aquatopia ride.

Located at the Port Discovery, the watercraft travels around the experimental pool, and there is no typical course. You'll spin around and twirl off in unpredictable directions that may surprise you.

Journey To The Center Of The Earth
At the Mysterious Island, Journey to the Center of the Earth uses stagecraft, light, sound, heat, and motion to create a multi-sensory experience basing on the Jules Verne novel of the similar name.

20000 Leagues Under The Sea
Also at the Mysterious Island, board one of Captain Nemo's powerful submarine boats and submerge underwater to see beautiful display along the journey.

Mermaid Lagoon Theater
Located at the Mermaid Lagoon, which is beside the Mysterious Island. Mermaid Lagoon Theater is showing a musical concert about the kingdom under the sea. Talking about the story of little mermaid, Ariel, who dreams of becoming human. The short concert will enchant you with popular songs from Disney’s The Little Mermaid such as “Part of Your World” and “Under the Sea". Enjoy this show with music, visuals of the little mermaid swimming above you and dynamic performances!
Disney Sea World Japan
Disney Sea World Japan - Mermaid Lagoon Theater
Sindbad's Storybook Voyage
Located at the Arabian Coast, take the indoor boat to see the story of Sindbad. During the journey, you will see moving dolls and amazing displays that will captivate you.
The Magic Lamp Theater
Also at the Arabian Coast, the "greatest magician in the world," Shaban (real person), present his performance together with his partner, the popular Genie (using 3D film effects). Coupled with the chair effect, it will get you involved in this musical performance.
Last but not least, there are also many trilling rides attractions at the DisneySea Japan Theme Park that are not for the faint hearted. So you are looking for more thrills do try them out.

Journey To The Center Of The Earth Ride Tokyo Disneysea Drop Height Review Blog

Journey To The Center of The Earth DisneySea Review
Journey To The Center of The Earth DisneySea Review
This post is about the Journey To The Center of The Earth DisneySea review. Journey to the Center of the Earth is one of the attractions in Tokyo DisneySea. It is partially dark ride and partially thrill ride, and is unique to DisneySea.

Journey to the Center of the Earth uses stagecraft, light, sound, heat, and motion to create a multi-sensory experience basing on the Jules Verne novel of the similar name.

Journey To The Center of The Earth DisneySea Review

Lets see what others have to say:

"There are some creepy creatures but only one major drop on Journey. I'd say it's pretty mild, 6 year old loved it."

"I don't even feel the drop on Journey; it's at the end and curved."

"In the attraction, there will be a part whereby you look right and it is raining. During that scene, there will be a lightning with a loud crackling sound. That part gets me often."

"The drop is short but the vehicle gains speed(75km p/h) the drop is steep and you WILL feel airtime (pretty big). Before the drop, the vehicle curves in darkness but you shoot out of the volcano eventually. DO NOT MISS THIS RIDE!!!"

"In the day it might be scarier only because for the brief 2-3 seconds you can see how high you are then back into the tunnel you go. At night your eyes won't have time to really adjust to the dim lighting to notice how high you really are."

"This ride was great, and the monster was actually really scary."

"This ride is so amazing, DON'T miss it."

"This ride is deeply detailed and quiet amazing but a little too short for my taste."

The waiting queue has two regions. The first region has you going your way past makeshift laboratories with items apparently taken from old expeditions. This queue ends at one of several large elevators, which transport you at down below the earth's surface. Once the Journey to the Center of the Earth elevator send you on a descending trip down to the earth's core with special sound effects. You will have to wait to board a unique subterranean six passengers mining vehicle to travel through the tunnels. Along the way, you will see crystal caverns, unusual creatures, and a variety of special effects that unexpected for the eyes.

During the ride, you will encounter monsters, which provides the highlight of the ride, a combination punch of effects that culminates with the suddenly shakes and volcano's eruption launching you out of the mountain for a high-speed ride around the caldera of the ancient volcano. 

The vehicle travel smoothly at a variety of speeds, from slow, "sightseeing" tempo all the way to up roller coaster quick, and the whole duration is only about 3 mins. There is only one major Journey to The Center of The Earth DisneySea drop. Journey to the center of the earth ride drop height is only a couple of seconds at about 75 km/hr, which makes it a mini  roller coaster for beginner that suit majority of people. Nevertheless, do take take note of the boarding restrictions:

* WARNING! To ride, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure.

* Expectant mothers and persons of advanced age should not ride.

* Guests who do not meet the height requirement (117 cm) may not ride.


Seoraksan Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano Waterpia Hot Spring Theme Park Mt Sorak

Seoraksan Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano

Seoraksan Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano

Seoraksan Hanwha Resort (Mt Sorak) Seorak Sorano

Hanwha Resort Mt Sorak
Hanwha Resort Mt Sorak
Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano is located at 111 Misiryeong-ro, 2983beon-gil, Yeongrang-dong, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea. Travel  to the Mount Sorak National Park is less than 30 minutes away.

The Hanwha resort suites come with kitchen facilities and a dining area. There are two rooms, relatively spacious in the suites. One is without a bed, mattresses are kept in the large wardrobe.

Koreans traditionally sleep on ondol heated floors, an underfloor heating system that is unique to Koreans.  They sleep on a yo and underneath is an ibul, that is a traditional Korean quilt.  

The other room is fitted with a flat-screen TV with cable channels and offers a seating area. The bedroom extends into a balcony with mountain and sea views.

There is also a big departmental store at basement of Seoraksan Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano.

Seorak Hanwha Waterpia Hot Spring Theme Park 

Seorak Waterpia Hot Spring Theme Park
Seorak Waterpia Hot Spring Theme Park

The Waterpia Hot Spring Theme Park is about 5 minutes walk from the Hanwha Resort Seorak Sorano. Waterpia is a hot spring theme park where you can enjoy the scenery of Mt. Seorak all year long. It has around 11 water activity facilities on a site area of 80,000 ㎡(24,000 pyeong).

All the water used in the Waterpia is natural hot spring water (alkaline mineral water). It is Korea’s first recuperation springs approved by the Ministry of Security and Public Administration.

The hot spring water gets out from a granite layer that was shaped around 180 million years ago during the Mesozoic Jurassic Age. The temperature falls into the top 3%, and the hot spring water is cooled off before they are provided to the theme park.

Small towel is provided free but it is best that you bring your own swimming wear and swim cap. There is a towel and swim cap rental counter, where you can rent a big towel or swim cap, if you don't have one.

You will need to remove your foot wear at the entrance level (1st floor). There will be a foot wear locker section, where you can keep your foot wear. Bring your swim wear, towel and other belonging to the basement level where the changing and shower area is. The rental counter is just beside it.  

Hanwha Waterpia Theme Park
Hanwha Waterpia Theme Park

There is a family section where both guys and girls can get together and enjoy the water ride.

You can also go to man or woman section area to enjoy hot tubs supplied at different temperature. Note that you will need to remove all your clothing in this section, but you can bring along the towel.

Last, likely you’ll discovered that your body feels rejuvenated after soaking in the hot spring or playing in the water all day. Your skin will be moisturized, and you may feel the other benefits of these Seorak Waterpia hot spring theme park.

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How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Seoul, Nami Island & Myeongdong

Mount Sorak Entrance Fee
Mount Sorak Entrance
Mount Sorak! Looking for how to go to Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park from Seoul, Nami Island & Myeongdong?

The Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park is also referred to as Seolsan and Seolbongsan, the mountain was named Seorak ('Seol' meaning 'snow' and 'Ak' meaning 'big mountain') due to the snow wouldn't melt for a very long period time retaining the rocks in a lasting state of whiteness.

Seoraksan is the 3rd highest mountain in South Korea and the highest mountain in the eastern of South Korea, Gangwon Province.

Mount Sorak Admission Fee
Mount Sorak Admission

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Seoul

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Seoul
Mount Sorak Map
You can either take the metro train to Gangbyeon Station in Seoul, which is on Line 2, green line. Exit is at exit no. 4 at Gangbyeon Station. Walk across the road to the bus terminal and buy a bus ticket to Sokcho. The travel time including stops was 3 hours. There are more than 40 departures per day to Sokcho between about 6am and 11pm.

Alight the bus at its final destination, the Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal. Walk out of the Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal and turn right. About 50-100m away is a local bus stop, wait there for bus 7 or 7-1. The buses are supposed to arrive roughly half hourly.

Or you can take the Seoul Express Bus from the Seoul Express Bus Terminal to Sokcho City, which will land you the same way of taking the Bus 7 or 7-1.

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Nami Island

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Nami Island
Bear of Mount Sorak
After taking the ferry back from Nami Island, take a bus or taxi to Gapyeong Station, which travel about 10 minutes ride. Followed by bus or take the train to Namchuncheon train station go to the exit that indicate "to Chuncheon Bus Terminal" to Chuncheon. After which take the express bus to Sokcho (bus times 07:30, 09:00, 10:30, 12:00, 13:30, 14:50, 16:00, 17:20, 18:30, last train at 20:00).

When you reached Sokcho, take the bus no. 7 or 7-1 or taxi to Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park.

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Myeongdong

How To Go To Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park From Seoul, Nami Island & Myeongdong
Mount Sorak Temple
Go to the Dong-Seoul Bus terminal located near to Gangbyeon subway station, line 2, Green. Then take a bus bound for Sokcho. The travelling time is about 3 hours plus to reach Sokcho.

Then around the Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal, take bus 7 or 7-1, located about 2-3 metres away from the terminal. It will bring you to Seoraksan, which takes approximately 30 minutes.

There is a tourist info center outside the Sokcho bus terminal. Check with them if you need more help.

Lastly, the best way recommended to view Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) attractions if you only have a enough time, is by taking the Seorak Cable Car. The cable car goes up at a relatively high speed. Nevertheless, safety is checked and the scenery can be best enjoyed with the guided tour in the cable car.

Hope you enjoy this post on how to go to Mount Sorak (Seoraksan) National Park from Seoul, Nami Island & Myeongdong.


How To Get To Everland or Lotte World Theme Park In Seoul Korea

How To Get To Everland or Lotte World Theme Park In Seoul Korea? This post is breakdown in two portions. The first talk about how to get to Everland, the second talk about how to get to Lotte World. Both Everland and Lotte World are the well known theme park in Seoul, Korea.

How To Get To Everland

Everland is South Korea's largest theme park. Located at the Everland Resort in Yongin, a city in Gyeonggi-do province. Everland address is 199 Everland-ro, Pogog-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do. Everland is operated by Samsung C&T Corporation previously known as Samsung Everland, Cheil Industries, a subsidiary of the Samsung Group. The theme park recorded a 7.3 million visitors per year and was ranked sixteenth in the world for amusement park attendance in year 2014.

Go to Everland By Metropoilitan Subway

- Change to Yongin Ever Line at Giheung Station on Bundang Line
- It takes 30 minutes from Giheung Station to Jeondae Everland Station (last stop) on Yongin Ever Line.
- You are able to take the free shuttle bus from Yongin Ever Line and go to Everland or Caribbean Bay.
- Ever Line operation hours 05:30~23:30 (last train)

How To Go To Everland From Seoul By Bus

- Take bus no. 5002 and no. 5007.
- For bus no 5002, bus stops can be found at Sinnohyeon , Gangnam and Yangjae station. Takes approximately 40 - 50 minutes and bus fare is about 2500 won (one way)
- For bus no 5007, bus stops are at gangbyeon, jamsil, songpa and suseo station. Takes approximately 60 - 80 minutes and bus fare is about 2500 won (one way)

Gangnam Station bus no. 5002 had been popular, since it is a good deal. So most of the times it will be crowded and have to wait longer to get on the bus.

Everland also has two shuttle bus both with multiple stops throughout Seoul. It is the most expensive option a round trip and reservations in advance is required. This is a private shuttle bus service operated by a bus company. There are 5 departure locations to choose from.
How To Get To Everland
T Express

South Korea's highest, fastest, longest, steepest roller coaster. South Korea's first wooden coaster.
It has world's steepest wooden roller coaster record (77 degrees, 2009)

The T Express, first started in 2006, is the first wooden roller coaster and the largest of any kind in South Korea. The T Express is the 6th longest wooden coaster in the world at 5,838 feet (1,779 m) long. With the first drop inclined at 77 degrees. Its classify as the steepest roller coaster.

How To Get To Lotte World

Lotte World is a major recreation building complex in Seoul, South Korea. It comprises of the world's largest indoor theme park, a Guinness World Record, an outdoor amusement park called "Magic Island", an artificial island inside a lake linked by monorail, shopping malls, a luxury hotel, a Korean folk museum, sports facilities, and movie theaters. Lotte World is located at Sincheon-dong, and receives 7.3 million visitors each year.

It is best to take the public transportation. Get off at Jamsil station on either Subway Line No. 2 or 8, and you can use the underground walkway. Subway exit no. 4 & 5.
How To Get To Lotte World
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Dream World Thailand Theme Park

The Dream World Thailand theme park address is located in Thanyaburi District, Pathum Thani Province. Inside the Thailand amusement park dream world consists of the followings dream world Bangkok rides:
Dream World Thailand Theme Park
1. Grand Canyon
You are in for a great adventure when you climb onto a raft for a trip down the white water rapids. Try not to get too wet as you negotiate the twisting and churning water. An exciting and cool experience is guaranteed.

2. Flying Fish
Happiness and great fun on the Flying Fish. The playful little fish will take you up, up and away into the clear blue sky.

3. Monza
Loads and loads of fun with our express Monza taking you every which way along the snaking track. A great time will be had by all.

4. Play Port
Let the kids roll around among hundreds of brightly coloured little balls in a lovely cool air conditioned room. It will keep them amused, and give you a well-earned rest!

5. Sightseeing Train
For those afraid of heights, the sightseeing train will take you on a leisurely tour round the lake and into Fantasy land.

6. Thunderbird
Imagine yourself a top gun and chase your enemies from the sky.

7. Giant's House
Climb the beanstalk and sneak a peek inside the giant's house.
Thailand Amusement Park Dream World Giant's House

8. Antique Car
Take a leisurely spin in an antique car just like the one your Grandpa used to drive!

9. Speedy Mouse
The World of Speed awaits you and your family on SPEEDY MOUSE!

10. 4D Adventure
3D movie action. With Special Effects all around you. You don't just WATCH 4D Adventure... you're apart of it, where you will feel the wind and water spray.
Thailand Amusement Park Dream World 4D Adventure

11. Super Splash
      Ride the big waves, great fun for all the family as the Super Splash lives up its name!
Thailand Amusement Park Dream World Super Splash
12. Sky Coaster
Are you ready for one of Dream World's the most exciting attractions? This is the ultimate out-of-this-world experience...You'll feel like a bird.

13. Raptor
Enjoy this thrilling ride it will bounce you around in every directions possible and you won't know what's coming next.

14. Vikings
You'll never forget the scary experience of a ride on this Vikings ship.
Dream World Thailand Theme Park Vikings
15. Bump Car
Take these fun Bump Cars for a spin. There's a good chance you' ll bump into your friends!

16. Hurricane
The Hurricane will take you up 20 m. into the air and then toss you about like a rag doll as it flips and somersaults. Get ready to experience this high energy storm that guaranteed to get your adrenaline
Dream World Thailand Theme Park Hurricane
17. Bump Boat
Young or old, all will enjoy splashing and bumping around in these motorized Bump Boats.

18. Snow Town
A major highlight for both young and old is "snow town" newly refurbished and more enchanting than ever! Visitors can experience a true arctic atmosphere In the powdery snow, complete with slides! The temperature never rise above - 8 degree Celsius in Snow.

19. Water Fun
Kids will love the water play area which has many rides, including ‘Slider’ and ‘Tunnel Fountain’.

20. Bicycle Boat
Take to the Lake of Paradise on a Bicycle Boat and exercise your legs as you enjoy the breathtaking scenery.

21. Indian Boat
Great fun for kids as they learn to sail on their own.

22. Haunted Mansion
Renovated Ghost House – Chills and thrills in the haunted house. It will make your hair stand on end.
Dream World Thailand Theme Park Haunted Mansion
23. Monorail
Sit back and relax as you take a trip around the park on the monorail train.

24. Cable Car
Take relaxing ride in the cable car and enjoy the amazing scenery as you drift in to the sky.
Dream World Theme Park Thailand Cable Car
25. Alien
Be aware The Aliens could appear any second of any moment in a dark room.

26. Black Hole Coaster
Space train, –a high speed, turbulent train ride into space

27. Tornado
Dare yourself! Traveling 7 stories into the air swinging at up to 75 km/hr. And it even spins. You will be terrified...
Dream World Theme Park Thailand Tornado
28. Animal Farm
Familles will enjoy this new attraction whit all the adorable and exotic animals such as ponies, deer, teacup pigs, rare birds, etc.

In Dream World Amusement Park Bangkok there will be street performance show where talented street performers wonder around throughout the day to keep you enthralled with their marvelous magic tricks and ingenious illusions but it is only on weekend.

Hollywood Action - Real live thrills and spills, Hollywood-style, with spectacular special effects! Watch as the S.W.A.T. team engages in a fierce stuggle with a terrorist group, showing on weekday 14.30, 16.30 hrs, weekend 12.30, 14.30,16.30 hrs.
Dream World Theme Park Bangkok Hollywood Action

Animals Show - Visit Uncle Tom's Farm to witness the wonderful animal show. It's great fun & always very popular with the kids. Weekdays: 12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m. Weekends and holidays: 12:00 noon, 2:00 p.m., and 3:15 p.m.

The Colours of the World Parade - Don't miss this extravaganza! Meet your favourite cartoon characters in the spectacular Colours of the World Parade. Of course, Dreamy will be in the parade too! Weekend 15.45 hrs.

Lastly, there are also restaurants, shops and a shrunken 7 wonders of the world park. The Naraya Shop is Thailand local brand shop with a wide range of top quality yet inexpensive fashion accessories and stylish new bags, which makes a great choice for last minute shopping gifts for friends and relatives.
Dream World Travel The Naraya Shop
Dream World 7 Wonders of The World Pictures

Dream World Bangkok Map and Info
Dream World Bangkok Map
Dream World Info
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