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Top 5 Kids Clubs and Classes in Bangkok



Watching your children master a new skill or discover new interests is one of the most rewarding feelings ever. Fortunately, Bangkok is full of amazing kids clubs and classes to encourage their development, improve their well-being, and let them have fun!

So, to help you with your search, here are our top picks of the best kids clubs and classes in Bangkok.

5 Best Kids Clubs and Classes in Bangkok

1. Top Flight Basketball

Top Flight Basketball Academy is the premiere basketball institution in Bangkok. Their primary goal is to use basketball as a way to teach children important life lessons about teamwork, leadership, courage, hard work, and determination. Besides basketball lessons, they also provide children with game opportunities. Further, they offer after-school activities and various programs including weekend, elite and holiday programs. Each program is designed to be engaging, age-appropriate, and enjoyable. So whether your kid enjoys playing as a hobby or is a serious player, joining Top Flight Basketball can improve their skills and athleticism.

Ike Nwankwo, a member of the 1995 NCAA championship basketball team at UCLA and a former NBA player, led Top Flight Basketball Academy. The coaching staff consists of current and former professional, national team, and university players from different countries around the world.

Address: The Trendy Building (21st Floor) 2102C, Sukhumvit Soi 13, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana Bangkok, Bangkok 10110.

Top Flight Basketball - One of the best kids club in Thailand

Top Flight Basketball

2. Paron School of Art

If you are looking for a kids club that focuses on art, Paron School of Art should be your top choice. It offers drawing, painting, and a variety of different visual arts workshops for children and teenagers. Here, kids can feel safe to explore their creativity and express themselves through art. The weekend programs and holiday camps they offer focus on age-appropriate access to the world of art. They guide children to create and think like artists.

Paron School of Art has a 1-to-5 student ratio, so every kid will receive all the same care, attention, and instruction they need.

Address: Above Bakers Gonna Bake Cafe, 61 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110.

Paron School of Art - One of the best kids clubs and classes in Bangkok

Paron School of Art

3. CUKI Tots

Can U Kick It Soccer Academy or CUKI Tots is a pre-school football program for children from 2 years old and up. They deliver their program in a responsive and safe environment, with the help of their assistants called ‘Nelly the Elephant’ and ‘Lenny the Lion.’ Their aim is to create a fun atmosphere so that kids can have a positive first introduction to sports. They ensure that every kid who plays a part in the classes learns new soccer skills and has fun. For 5 years and up, they offer structured training sessions to encourage freedom to attack 1 on 1. The team will also play regular friendly matches. In addition to the regular coaching program, CUKI Tots also offer weekend programs, after-school activities, and sports camps.

The soccer academy was formed by Darren Jackson in 1998. He is an ex England international player who has played for a number of clubs, including Reading FC, Oxford United, and England U21’s.

Address: 252 Phitsanuloke Rd., Siyaek Mahanak, Dusit, Bangkok 10300.



4. Curtain Up Drama and Magic

Curtain Up Drama and Magic is the longest-running English-speaking drama school in Bangkok. All aspects of theatrical performance, such as acting, dancing, singing, and even magic, are taught here. So whether your children are reserved and shy or confident, they are sure to develop their skills and have fun.

Their programs include one-day workshops, weekly classes, holiday camps, and birthday parties. Aside from these programs, they also work with schools across Bangkok. One of their most prominent programs is the “Show In a Week” holiday program. With this program, children attend a camp for 4 to 5 days, and they will be cast and given roles with songs and lines to learn. In addition, they will also learn about prop making, set design, custom, and music. On the program’s final day, every child will put on a final performance and have their own chance to shine!

Address: Sukhumvit 65, Phra Khanong Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok.

Curtain Up Drama and Magic

Curtain Up Drama and Magic

5. Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program

Looking for a kids club where your kids can experience outdoor activities? Then, Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program is the answer. This program provides fully-trained educators to lead various fun and interactive outdoor activities for children. Their aim is to raise environmental awareness and encourage children to learn about sustainable lifestyles. They have a wide selection of educational programs and themes, which include gardens, rivers, forests, or mountains. The educators teach all programs with team building and problem-solving games. In addition, they tailor every program specifically to the group, so your children can have a unique and memorable experience.

Address: Townhouse no.8, 248/114 Bangkok River Marina, Charansanitwong Road, Bangplad, Bangplad, Bangkok 10700.

Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program

Traidhos Three-Generation Barge Program

With all of these incredible clubs and classes for your children in Bangkok, your kids have many options to learn a new skill and have fun!

If you are looking for family-friendly activities, make sure to read our article on the top 10 family-friendly things to do in Thailand.

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