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World’s First LINE FRIENDS’ Indoor Digital Theme Park allows you to enjoy 23 zones of Digital Interactive Games & Activities, Digital Selfie VDO kiosk, New technology of 180 degree photography in Dream Jelly & Dream Camera Zone and Hundreds of photo...more
Located in Siam Square One Level 1 - right next to Siam BTS. They have approx 23 theme rooms for photo opportunities! The staff there were helpful with the photo taking. It’s a single entry so visit the toilet before you go. No strollers were...More
Nice place for taking photos, although a little pricey. We were lucky that it was not crowded and my daughter has all the time she wants to place with some of the activities that were interactive. Staff were very friendly and proactively helping us to...More
LINE Village Bangkok, just like Madame Tussaud's or Sea life in Bangkok, is an excellent choice when it's raining outside. But that is not to say you should only visit this indoor theme park when the weather is unpleasant. You can enjoy it rain or...More
I think as others have said it’s really a must for die hard line fans but a complete let down at the pricing it goes for. You would get better value out of Kidzania rather than line village.
It’s marketed as a digital experience however...More
I had been going to the LINE Village in Bangkok with my father. I expected something specially inside the 'inside theme park' pf the shop. Firstly, the entrance fee is extremely expensive. It was about HK$400 and I would rather go to Ocean Park instead....More
As a LINE FRIENDS fan from Hong Kong, I have to say Line Village is like a heaven. It is a must-go for every LINE FRIENDS fan and anyone with kids should also pay a visit here. Most people would spend around 2 hours, but...More
The tickets are costly but if you’re a big LINE fan, it is a place you have to go. Plenty of photo taking opportunities inside and we spent about 1 to 1.5 hours here. We visited at 10am when it just opened and is a...More