BY NATHALIE WUTHRICH
Chocolate Ville is one of Thailand’s famous attractions which started its operations on December 2011. It is located in the outskirts of Bangkok (Kasetnawamin KM, 11 RD, Kasetnawamin, Bangkok, Thailand) and can be slightly inaccessible via public transport. Hence, it is recommended that tourists take a 1.5-hour cab ride there. The fare should range from about 250 to 400 baht per trip. Heading back to the city center after your trip should be fairly straightforward as well—the staff are ever ready to provide assistance.
Chocolate Ville is far from what its name suggests; there is no chocolate factory nor anything that is related to chocolates. The origin of its name remains a mystery until today. It is actually a theme park restaurant in a European town-inspired village. With its beautiful scenery and pleasant ambience, the place is ideal for relaxation and for taking a break from busy urban life. There are no entrance fees, and the only thing you need to spend on is food. They serve traditional Thai and Western food at reasonable prices and in generous portions. The best part? You can enjoy your food both in the park or at the lake side.
Chocolate Ville operates daily, from 4pm to midnight. People who are interested to visit the place usually arrive earlier so they have more time to enjoy and take photos amidst the beautiful natural scenery. Although they have a large seating capacity (approximately 500 to 700 pax), we suggest you make a reservation before your visit to ensure your seats and table are ready once the restaurant opens for business. You may call 083-077-3738 or head to their Facebook page to make reservations.
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