Chocolate Ville (ช็อคโกแลต วิลล์) Restaurant and Park, Bangkok, Thailand.
Thailand, when you think about this amazing country, you definitely think of the famous street food, bargain shopping and the beach. But besides that, there are so many unique and interesting places you can visit, such as Palio Khao Yai with Italian Village Concept, or Santorini Park with the atmosphere like Santorini in Greece.
The other option, which is just around 30 minutes from city center of Bangkok, Chocolate Ville is a fun and unique place that you MUST VISIT! A restaurant built in spacious land with “Dining in the Park” concept with European Village theme at Kaset-Nawamin Road, Bueng Kum District, Bangkok.
How to go to Chocolate Ville? Entrance Fee?
Chocolate Ville is located not too far from Pratunam or Siam area. It took us around 30 minutes from Pratunam to Chocolate Ville with small taxi (maximum 4 passangers) that cost THB 350.
Basically the only recommended Public Transportation for tourist is Taxi, most of the taxi drivers know this place so it’s pretty easy to get to Chocolate Ville.
For return ride from Chocolate Ville to city center of Bangkok is also pretty convenient, there are tons of taxis waiting for customer in front of Chocolate Ville. As for the rate, you don’t need to worry because Chocolate Ville has put a huge list of estimated taxi fare from Chocolate Ville to several destinations in Bangkok.
So, here are the estimated taxi fare:
– THB 300 from Chocolate Ville to BTS Mo Chit/ MRT Lad Prao Sutthisan
– THB 350 from Chocolate Ville to Pratunam/ Sukhumvit/ Siam/ MBK/ Train Night Market Srinakarin/ Suvarnabhumi Airport/ Don Mueng Airport
– THB 400 from Chocolate Ville to Sathorn/ Silom/ Khao San
– THB 500 from Chocolate Ville to Asiatique
In Chocolate Ville, we can stroll around, and have dinner at the restaurant. And the good news is there is NO ENTRANCE FEE, yes it’s FREE!
Opening Hours? What to do in Chocolate Ville?
As AnakJajan said earlier, basically Chocolate Ville an outdoor restaurant and park in spacious land with European Village theme. You can stroll around enjoying the view, taking photos then have dinner. The opening hours of Chocolate Ville is from 4 PM to 12 AM, and we arrived around 5 before it was dark and before they turned on the lights so we could enjoy both afternoon and night scenery.
While we were strolling, Anakjajan saw a dessert stall located outside the Chocolate Ville, near the parking lot. Even though it was around 5 PM, the weather is still very hot ad we decided to beat the heat with the dessert.
Chocolate Ville has an amazing landscape and unique design of European building, each corner is seriously instagenic/ instagrammable. It’s an extraordinary place that makes you feel like you’re not in Thailand.
To enjoy the whole view of Chocolate Ville from bird eye view, you can go up to their light house. It was so magnificent!
After strolling around and took pictures, we got hungry and decided to eat there. Apparently the restaurant in Chocolate Ville is a central restaurant, so wherever you sit, you will get the same menu.
But don’t worry! They have so many variety of foods, from Thai foods until western foods are available here to satisfy people with different appetite! This is great considering this place is a tourist spot, where they can choose what food they prefer to eat. So here are some foods that we order there.
All of the foods are decent and quite enjoyable. The highlight of the foods we ordered was their German Ham Hock or Pork Knuckle THB 420. It was sooo crunchy outside, juicy tender inside with yummy dipping sauce!
It was around 7 PM after we ate, and the sky was already dark. All of the lights were turned on, and we could enjoy different side of chocolate ville in the night.
– Wear comfy shoes to walk in the spacious park.
– It is advisable to wear casual outfit for example Tshirt and short since the weather is normally humid and hot.
– Make sure to check weather forecast before going since it will be very troublesome to visit the park on rainy day.
– It’s highly recommended to take taxi around 3.30 PM, so you will arrive at Chocolate Ville around 4 PM and get plenty of time to explore the park before sunset.
Overall, Anakjajan had a memorable visit to Chocolate Ville. We were able to enjoy this magnificent European Village theme park and took tons of picture here. Chocolate Ville is certainly a nice destination to spend a couple of hours with family or to have a romantic getaway. So, what is your favorite places to visit in Thailand? AnakJajan are looking forward to share with you another interesting places to visit at Thailand, stay tuned! 😉
Soi Nawamin 74, Yak 3-8, Kaset-Nawamin Road
Klong Kum Subdistrict, Bueng Kum District
Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening Hours: 16.00 – 00.00
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