Disney on Ice presents its Let's Celebrate ice skating extravaganza in Bangkok during the month of March 2012. You wouldn't want to miss out on the opportunity to bring along the whole family to join in the fun and excitement. It's sure to be one big magical party what with its brand new production of over fifty of you and the kids favourite classic and contemporary Disney Characters. Tickets for the show start at 600 Baht, 900 Baht and 1,300 Baht respectfully with 1,500 Baht for the VIP seats and 2,000 Baht for the Ring Side Box.
You can expect to be entertained by the likes of Mickey Mouse and all his many friends as they dance, skip and slide along the ice in a fantastic display of festivities that are packed full of wonderful surprises. The show complete with its original storyline spectacular skating, thrilling scenes and vibrant costumes will transport you on a journey to dreamland.
Travel with Mickey Mouse as he goes global celebrating the festivities at a carnival in Brazil and then ends up on the other side of the world in China to celebrate Chinese New Year of the dragon. Minnie Mouse, on the other hand, dons her prettiest kimono for the Japanese Cherry Blossom celebration, Sakura.
Then Mickey and Minnie join Disney's newest Princess, Tiana, and her Prince Naveen in time to celebrate another special occasion at the Mardi Gras jubilee along Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Next, we go to Hawaii with Mickey and friends to meet with his new found friends Lilo, Stitch, Nani and David to join the fun and festivities in the sun. Come celebrate with them as they try their hand at limbo, hula dancing, surfing and fire baton twirling.
There's also an enchanting Valentine's Day Royal Ball with the newest Disney Princess Tiana and her Prince Naveen. And a very different birthday party with Alice and the Mad Hatter followed by a frightfully festive Halloween party with lots of Disney villains.
The Impact Arena is about 40 kilometres (24 miles) north of the city centre. On the expressway, it takes 45 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and 30 minutes from Bangkok's central business district. And from Dong Muang Domestic Airport, it's only 15 minutes.
Public Bus Services run between the central business district of Bangkok and the Impact Arena. For departures from the city, first take the BTS Sky Train to Mo-Chit Station at Chatuchak Park then cross over to the Impact Link city shuttle bus service station. Buses there depart daily every thirty minutes from 6:00 am until 22:00 pm. The bus station for the return trip is situated in Aktiv Square, opposite the Impact Arena. See map below.
Public Mini-Bus Services are available from several locations in and around Bangkok. Victory Monument in central Bangkok is one, Future Park Rangsit on Phahonyothin Road, Pathum Thani is another, Chatuchak Weekend Market is another, the Mall Shopping Center Bangkapi on Lat Phrao Road, Khlong Chan is another and the Royal Ground at Sanam Luang is another. Go crazy.
There are three drop-off points at Impact Arena. One is opposite the front entrance of Impact Arena, another in front of the food atrium beneath the Sky Kitchen Bridge and the third is at Muang Thong Thani public car park.
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