BANGKOK VENUE:
Flow House Bangkok
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  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok
  • Flow House Bangkok

The big attraction at this urban water park is its FlowRider, a wave machine that lets you try your hand at standup surfing and bodyboarding. Entry is completely free, while use of the wave machine is charged by the hour including equipment and instruction. Other facilities include a plunge pool, games like pool, ping pong, darts and foosball, plus an on-ste cafe. 

Phone: 02-108-5210
Flow House Bangkok, A Square, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-midnight
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Flow House Bangkok

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