Dinosaur Planet In Bangkok

Dinosaur Planet beyond Nova in a heart of Bangkok. It is one of the newest and largest dinosaur theme park in Asia, among the investment of up to 500 million baht.

Dinosaur Planet

Dinosaur Planet can be divided into seven different areas, each place has its own characteristics. The first area is Dinosaur District, where you can learn about dinosaurs through multimedia technology. This region is a dinosaur indoor information Expo. Explore the skeletons of Brachiosaurus, Triceratops and Stegosaurus at Big Bone Gallery, and watch dinosaur eggs hatch at Dino Lab.

Dinosaur Planet

The second is Stars of Dino. It is a forest zone, where putting different-sizes simulation animatronic dinosaurs. All of the animatronic dinosaurs can not only move but also scream. And, you can experience all the three historic periods of dinosaur – ”Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous” , it feels like travel back in times to the land of dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Planet

The third is Dino Eye, a crystal Ferris wheel. It is over 50 meters off the ground. Taking a ride on the Dino Eye, you will be mesmerized by the view of the prehistoric world, the ocean, the vast land and the sky view. The fourth is the 4D Deep World. It is a big selling point of the park. You can watch the ocean world and the battles of dinosaurs in 4D simulator.

Dinosaur Planet

Next is The Great Volcano&The Extinction Show. You can enjoy the  dinosaur live show performed by human in realistic dinosaur costumes at 7:00 p.m, 8:00 p.m, 9:00 p.m. The show is about 10 minutes.

Than is Raptor X-Treme, where you can get your heart pump in dangerous mission of challenge. Last is Dino Farm, the world of children. They can enjoy the animatronic dinosaur ride, dig up T-Rex fossils and learn about dinosaurs through interactive games.

Dinosaur Planet

To sum up, visitors can experience various types of dinosaurs and enjoy exciting presentation techniques, memorable activities, and world-class performances in the Dinosaur Planet. Get more information visit the park’s website https://www.dinosaurplanet.net/.