Sightseeing around Thammasat Stadium Rangsit
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Effectively a suburb of Bangkok, Rangsit is directly north of Bangkok on Phahonyothin Rd, 20 km from Don Mueang Airport and hosts over a dozen higher education institutes, including Asian Institute of Technology, Muay Thai Institute, Rangsit University etc.
Dream World is an amusement park in Thanyaburi District, Pathum Thani Province, Thailand. The park includes three roller coasters and other rides. The park is divided into several zones such as Dream World Plaza, Dream Gardens, Fantasy Land, and Adventure Land. The interior of the park is filled with over 40 imported thrill rides and family attractions. The park's main attraction is Asia's first hanging roller coaster in the middle of Adventure Land and a model of the Grand Canyon as part of a river rafting attraction.
Wat Phra Dhammakaya
Throughout its 45-year history, the Dhammakaya Temple has never wavered from its mission to create world peace through inner peace by promoting the Buddha’s method of meditation and teachings that have changed the world since 2558 years ago. The ultimate aim of all activities organized by the temple is to bring peace to the minds of individuals, to the Thai society, and to the world that we all share.
Jungle Water Park
Jungle Water Park, Pathum Thani Jungle Water Park is the only EDM (Electronic Dance Music) water park in Thailand and first in Asia. The water park was designed and built under the concept of swim and dance to offer and different type of experience to visitors. Jungle Water Park is divided into 2 zones, one for adult and another zone for kids under the safety precaution by the safe guards. Moreover, the water park itself is the biggest in Thailand in term of their pool capacity.
Future Park Rangsit
Future Park Rangsit (Thai: ฟิวเจอร์พาร์ค รังสิต; formerly known as Future Park Plaza Rangsit) is one of Asia's largest malls, located on Phahonyothin Road in Pathum Thani. The area is a gateway to the provinces of central, northern and northeastern Thailand. Covering 215,000 square feet (20,000 m2), Future Park Rangsit opened on March 17, 1995. The mall houses more than 70 restaurants and food outlets, eight major banks and financial institutions, a post office and outlets for all phone networks and mobile phone service providers.