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Bangkok’s Dream World Reopens Post Coronavirus Lockdown

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Dream World is Now Open

Reopened On

June 27, 2020

Safety Measures

🚶🏻‍♂️🚶🏻‍♂️Social Distancing

👮‍♂️ Reduced Capacity

🧽 Frequent Cleaning

New Rules and Guidelines

  • Tickets are available online only for non Thai nationals.
  • Dress comfortably since the theme park is uncovered

Dream World Reopening Date - 27th June 2020


Bangkok’s Dream World has officially reopened, welcoming all visitors. However, strict guidelines have been advised by the authorities in order to provide a safe and seamless experience.

Safety Measures in place at the Dream World


To maintain maximum safety, social distancing is made mandatory and needs to be followed by all visitors within the venue.

To avoid overcrowding guests are allowed to enter in reduced capacity ensuring a smooth and relaxed experience for all.

Dream World reopens Post Coronavirus

Booking Dream World Tickets Online


Tickets for Dream World are available here.
Tickets for Dream World are available online only for non-Thai nationals. Thai nationals can purchase their tickets from the entrance. This experience cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled.

Since major parts of the theme park are uncovered, all guests are advised to dress in comfortable cotton clothes and carry a hat/sunglasses considering the heat.

For more information about visiting Dream World, refer to the official website here.

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