If you are looking for a great way to beat the heat and have fun in the Big Mango, head to Sub Zero Ice Skate Club. This large, specially created indoor ice skating rink is open to people of all ages, which makes this the perfect place for friends and families to have fun together.

The morning skating session runs from 11:00 to 17:00 and this is the perfect time for families to bond. The rink is rarely crowded on weekdays and novice skaters will be able to hone their skills before Bangkok’s hipsters arrive to show off during the evening session.

Every evening at around 17:00 Sub Zero Ice Skate Club is transformed into a discotheque and DJS can be found spinning tunes on the decks while skaters take to the ice. If you are looking for an imaginative place to take a date and really show how cool you can be, this is a great option. This is a great place to let off a little steam after a hard day and simply chill out for a while. People who want to take a break from propping up the bar at the start of the evening will find alternative entertainment options here.

A pair of high quality ice skates is included in the ticket price at Sub Zero Ice Skate Club and there are also plenty of great regular deals to take advantage of. In order to get the most out of this experience, it is best to wear warm clothing. Jeans and gloves are recommended, as they will also help to protect you if you fall onto the ice.

People who are new to the world of ice skating can take lessons from the instructors at Sub Zero Ice Skate Club. However, if you don’t feel like taking to the ice, you can also chill out at one of the special ice bars that surround the rink that are made from real ice. Simply order a cool cocktail or two and your choice from the snack menu and soak up the scenery. Entertainment is also provided in the evening by the glamorous Angel Dancers, who are ready to show off their skills as they whirl and twirl on the ice.

Sub Zero Ice Skate Club can be found on the ninth floor of the Esplanade Mall in Ekamai and is open from 12:00 to 21:00 on Monday to Thursday, 12:00 to 22:00 on Fridays and 10:00 to 22:00 on Saturday and Sunday. To get there, simply take the BTS to Ekamai station.

There is also a number of other ice skating rinks to choose from in Bangkok including Ice Planet on the 7th floor of Siam Discovery Centre, Imperial World Samrong near Om Nut BTS station, Open Ice Skate at Imperial Lad Prao and The Rink at Central World. Another brand of Sub Zero Ice Skate Club can also be found at Mega Bangna and free shuttle buses regularly run to Mega Bangna from Udom Suk BTS station.

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