A Day of Fun

 |  January 1, 2019

Put a bounce back in your step, wow your friends with a magic trick or spoil yourself rotten with a spa…choices choices.

50 Fly Chiang Mai

The biggest trampoline park in northern Thailand has just opened at Promenada. The 900 square metre space is designed to be a temple worshiping at the altar of fun! For those who are not quite familiar with trampoline, there is a spacious free jumping zone where you can jump about, bouncing from floor to wall to floor all hour long. For a little more excitement, there is basketball dunking, climbing walls and ninja warrior zones. Who doesn’t enjoy letting loose and jumping into a pool of cube sponge foam? And if you have aspirations greater than just bouncing about and giggling, then 50 Fly is looking for emerging athletes who are interested in gymnastics or acrobatic performing. The park has professional coaches to train you at the high performance Olympic trampolines. All ages above four years old are welcomed. Prices are 350 baht per hour.

First Floor, Building B, Promenada
Tel. 053 107 888
Facebook: 50FLYChaingMai

Baan Klang Suan Spa Chiang Mai

A delightful place with cheerful faces will greet you with the aromatic scent of Thai herbs upon the very first step inside. Services are varied from the regular Thai massage, spa, body scrub, sauna to courses for brides and new mums. The compressors along with oil and salt spa are exclusively made for the spa. The owner, who used to work at a five stars spa, trains all staff by herself integrating her 15 years of experience into the course. If you prefer a charming spacious space there are VIP rooms available. Each is prep ped and ready to accommodate you, whether you come as a family, a couple, or by your self. There is also a nail spa available using imported colour and during this season there is a winter collection for you to enjoy!

142/4 T. San Klang, A. San Sai
Tel. 092 889 6536
Facebook: บ้านกลางสวนสปา Baanklangsuan SPA at เชียงใหม่

Magic Land Pantip Chiang Mai

Ignore the cheap setting and tasteless costumes, because this Magic Land is actually really good fun! Kids will go crazy — or so we think — watching the entertaining show where tricks, although old fashioned, will challenge the brain and have them scratching their heads trying to figure out how it’s all done. Frankly, as adults, we too were well entertained and til today still trying to figure out where all those seemingly endless cards kept coming out from. It’s an hour worth spending just to see the ‘wow’ faces of super thrilled and excited kids. Prices start at 250 baht. Show times are varied, so best to get in touch.

Pantip Plaza Chiang Mai, Chang Klan Road
Tel. 081 162 4080
Facebook: MagicLand.ChiangMai