Flow House Bangkok is a beach and artificial wave club in central Bangkok that is a great place for all family members to have fun together, exercise waist and explore while learning new sports. Flowriding is basically a combination of surfing and canoeing on an inflatable ramp and surfing with a thin plank with continuous water release.
Players with different levels of experience are excited to pick up the board and perform many virtuosity, while children can jump into it – literally – along with the board. At first the staff is on hand to guide you with a rope and constantly gives you advice, correct posture, and often gives encouraging words.
For 550 Baht you have an hour of surfing with a group of up to 7 people, usually with riders of different abilities. But it’s really easy and friendship can be built in groups when people clap and cheer for each other when they can stand upright for the first time. Visitors to Bangkok’s Flow House are usually between 8 and 48 years old and the young souls will also jump in if given the opportunity – and also by gender.
Falling is a first shock but not as uncomfortable as losing balance on the air mattress. It was really fun when the water shot up making the player seem to be raised on a slope, whether or not the board is 1 meter long. Flowriding is an activity that causes a lot of laughter, beautiful photos, and honestly it can be addictive, proving to be a lot of frustration of players when staff quickly turn off the jet engine when the time is up.
Flow House Bangkok is located in A-square shopping center, opposite K-village, 26 Sukhumvit, near the intersection with Rama 4. It is the easiest place to take a taxi just a short walk from Phrom Phong bus station.