Visit Dream World Park in Bangkok: tickets, prices, opening hours

Travelling to Thailand? Then check out our guide to the Dream World Park in Bangkok!

Located in Thanyaburi, Dream World is an amusement park in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. This charming little amusement park covers 25 hectares and is home to over 30 attractions, many of them thrilling. A visit to Bangkok’s Dream World Park is a great way to have fun with friends and family during your stay in the Land of Smiles!

From attractions to practical information, timetables and prices, we reveal everything you need to know to visit Dream World Park in Bangkok in the best possible conditions.

History of Dream World Park

Opened in 1993, Dream World Park is located in the northeast of the Thai capital, Bangkok. From modest beginnings, the park has expanded its range of attractions over the years, and with each passing success. In 1997, for example, the park added a « Snow City », a refrigerated, snow-covered area where you can go tobogganing!

Since 2007, the park has undergone considerable expansion and modernization, including the installation of the Sky Coaster, a 4D theater and a water park, which opened in 2013. Today, Bangkok’s Dream World Park boasts over thirty attractions, including 3 roller coasters. Its décor and universes are strongly inspired by the Disney world and its theme parks and attractions.

Thanks to the diversity of its attractions, Bangkok’s Dream World Park appeals to both younger visitors, with its fairytale worlds and small rides, and older ones, with its many thrill rides.

What to see and do at Dream World Park in Bangkok?

Bangkok’s Dream World Park is home to over thirty family and thrill rides. It is divided into 4 universes: Dream World Plaza, Dream Garden, Fantasy Land and Adventure Land. Adventure Land is the park’s largest and most extensive. It is home to Dream World’s flagship attraction: the Sky Coaster, Asia’s first suspended roller coaster!

Dream World Plaza

This is the main entrance to the theme park. Inspired by the  » Main Street USA  » found in Disneyland theme parks, this world is home to stores, restaurants and themed buildings.

Dream Garden

Just beyond the park entrance, you can stroll through the Dream Garden. This area surrounds a lake near the Dream World Plaza. This is also where the Color of the World parade takes place every weekend.

The Dream Garden universe is home to 3 main attractions:

  • Cable car, a charming ride in the air.
  • Speedy Mouse, a roller coaster for the very young.
  • Bicycle Boat, a pedal-boat ride on the lake.
  • Fantasy Land

    Located in the heart of the park, this world is inspired by fairy tales from all over the world. It’s sure to delight children, who can have fun and marvel at the Sleeping Beauty Castle or the Fantasy Garden. Fantasy Land is also home to the park’s charming little train.

    This universe includes several major attractions, such as the Giant House, the Hurricane ride that will shake you in all directions, Uncle Tom’s farm and the 4D Adventure: a 3D film with immersive special effects!

    Adventure Land

    Adventure Land is the largest zone in Bangkok’s Dream World Park. This universe combines several themes. It features a wide range of rides, thrill rides and activities to enjoy with friends and family.

    Aventure Land’s top attractions include:

  • Snow Town: a large refrigerated hall with attractions for children and adults. In particular, you can go tobogganing, equipped with a thick coat loaned by the Park.
  • Sky Coaster: the park’s most popular attraction, an impressive roller coaster!
  • Tornado: a thrill ride that sends you hurtling through the air at nearly 75 kilometers per hour.
  • Vikings: a boat that swings vertiginously through the air!
  • Bump Car: a bumper car room for young and old.
  • Haunted Mansion: a haunted house for children.
  • Super Splash: a « Shoot the Chute », an exciting ride in a flat boat that ends with a fall into a lagoon!
  • Black Hole Coaster: the little brother of Disneyland’s Space Mountain.

Bangkok’s Dream World Park also has several other attractions for younger visitors, including Go Kart and the Indian Boat.

If you’re planning to visit Dream World Park in Bangkok with your children, you can also access another area of the park: Water Fun. This children’s area boasts a variety of water attractions, including tunnels, a swimming pool, jets and slides.

Please note: Inside Dream World Park, you’ll find plenty of options for eating out: two Asian specialty restaurants, a KFC and a mini-market. The park is also home to a souvenir store and several clothing stores.

How to get to Dream World Park in Bangkok

To visit Dream World Park in Bangkok, you’ll need to travel to the city of Thanyaburi, in the province of Pathum Thani, north-east of Bangkok. The park is located 43 kilometers from the city center, at the following address: 62 Moo 1, Rungsit-Ongkarak Road, Bueng Yitho, Thanyaburi 12130, Thailand.

By bus

Although there are bus routes to Dream World Park, this is not the most recommended means of transport. The average journey takes over 4 hours, sometimes with one or two changes.

By metro

The nearest BTS (subway) station to the park is Mo Chit. From here, you can take line 523 (direction Mochit – Kasetsart University).

By car or cab

To visit Dream World Park, we recommend using a cab or a car. From central Bangkok, the park can be reached in just 30 minutes to an hour’s drive. If you’re bringing your own vehicle, there’s ample parking opposite Dream World Park.

Please note that many tour operators (online and offline) offer a return transfer from Bangkok when booking entry tickets.

Times & Prices of Dream World Park in Bangkok


  • Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.


  • Adults and children: 1,100 Bath (€32)
  • Children under 90 centimetres: free of charge


– A full-price ticket does not give you access to all attractions. You’ll need to buy an additional option for special attractions like Snow Town or Water Fun.

– We recommend booking your ticket online in advance. You’ll often benefit from substantial discounts, and will even be able to select certain options, such as access to Snow Town or your transfer.


How long does it take to visit Dream World Park in Bangkok?

You’ll need a full day to get the most out of the park. Please note that, with the exception of weekends and public holidays, queues for attractions are often very short.

How big are the attractions?

Several attractions at Bangkok’s Dream World Park have a minimum height requirement. To find out which attractions are suitable for your height, please consult the attraction map on the official website.

Is the park accessible to people with disabilities?

It would appear that the park is accessible to people with disabilities. We recommend that you contact Dream World by email or telephone before your arrival or booking.

Are pets allowed?

Pets are not allowed inside the park. If you are accompanied by a guide dog, we recommend that you contact the park before your visit.