Dinosaur Planet @The Em District
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Post by jill,an American living in Cambodia Date Nov 28,2016
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Dinosaur Planet Theme Park Bangkok
Dinosaur Planet Bangkok is a theme park dedicated to prehistoric beasts, from the snarling T-rex to packs of Velociraptors. Opening in 2016, the amusement park will be located in the Phrom Phong area of Sukhumvit and will feature up to 200 life size models of popular dinosaurs. This promises to be very popular a place to photograph yourself with these long extinct beasts, and the construction of these models is incredibly impressive.
The dinosaurs are placed in different terrain thought to be their natural habitat many millennia ago, along with a centerpiece volcano. Budding biologists will no doubt find the theme park in downtown Bangkok very informative and educational however this is more for the entertainment and shock factor than anything else. No official open date has been scheduled yet, although it promises to be in sping 2016.
- Admission fee
- Dino Eye
- Dino Ride
- Dinosaur Planet Theme Park Bangkok : Amusement Park in Sukhumvit (Opening March 25th 2016)
- Dinosaur Park is easy to find alongside Benjasiri Park, just a short walk from Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain Station.
- Location: Sukhumvit Road, Phrom Phong (next to Benjasiri Park)
- Opening time: Daily 10:00-22:00
- Children under 90 cm free of charge for entry pass only.
- The EM District, located in the epicentre of Sukhumvit, will become the latest business district and tourist destination with the three world-class projects – The Emporium, The EmQuartier, The EmSphere, creating a total project area of 650,000 sq.m. and located on a 50-rai plot of land adjacent to Benjasiri Park.