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Let It Snow At Chocolate Ville

It was a magical night at Chocolate Ville, an European-themed park in Bangkok.


It’s beginning to look like Christmas a lot
A snowy night

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow ….. I am still humming this line, one day after our snowy night at Chocolate Ville.


Chocolate Ville’s landmark
Chocolate Ville has turned into a popular tourist attraction, with busloads of tourists everyday. It doesn’t help that yesterday was also a public holiday in Thailand; crowded with local people too.

Definitely worth the hassle, traveling from Bangkok city center to this far-flung magical land. A last-minute planning means, we didn’t manage to reserve a table. The plan was to go there for dinner, but the place was packed. Traffic was horrendous all the way from where we stay, to Kaset.

We couldn’t even secure a parking spot, let alone walking in to check whether there is any empty table. So, we detoured to สมพงศ์ (Sompong) Seafood Kaset-Nawamin, a seafood restaurant nearby for dinner. Well, I thought it was a smart quick-thinking move, thanks to D and his mom! Better food, at a cheaper price, compared to Chocolate Ville. So, a win-win solution.

Post-dinner,  we drove back to Chocolate Ville,  for my eldest sis and her family to visit this magical theme park.


Night time is the best! 
Let there be (lots of) light
Merry Xmas hohoho

For the lovebirds
For first-timer, definitely worth visiting. Food is so-so, please do not let this deter you from experiencing Dining In The Park at Chocolate Ville. Well, it does makes good photos for bragging rights on social media.

Welcome to Chocolate Ville!
Address: Soi Nawamin 74, Yak 3-8, Kaset-Nawamin Road, Klong Kum Subdistrict, Bueng Kum District., Bangkok, Thailand 10230

For reservations, it can be done via Chocolate Ville Facebook Fan page here or call (083)077-3738 and (081)921-2016.

GPS : N13 48.621 E100 39.830

Business Hours: Mon-Sun: 16:00 – 00:00


Estimated taxi fare from Chocolate Ville
It will take less than one hour drive (depending on traffic) from Bangkok city centre. In case you are afraid of not getting a taxi back, Chocolate Ville provide a (free) taxi calling service for visitors. Taxi from Chocolate Ville to city center would cost around 300-400 bahts depending on distant. This price is just an estimate, as it is based on actual meter.


Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.