Science Center for Education Banana Pool | ศูนย์วิทยาศาสตร์เพื่อการศึกษา สระบ้านกล้วย
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Adult Admission Price & Policy
One year membership: THB 500, plus THB 100 for a membership card, plus THB 40 per visit.
While there, I talked to an Aussie who has been using the pool regularly for two years and he said it is wonderful. I also talked to a North American in the cafe, and he said the same thing about the gym and track that are part of this complex.
The water is in good condition, most of the time; some days it can be green but usually that doesn't last very long. When it's green, drinking a coke after swimming does the trick.
The facilities aren't the most luxurious you will ever see, but I don't consider that a problem. At least they're there. There are separate male and female changing rooms, both with two showers, toilets and sinks.
There are showers outside, as well, and floats by the pool are available to use.
After 9:00 AM or so, there is no more shade in the pool.
There is a small corner shop next to the pool, which sells drinks, some food, ice cream, and some swim gear (recreational), I've only seen it open on weekends.
It's a walkable distance from the BTS Sukhumvit Line's Eekkamai station.
An annual membership is 500 baht, a single visit for members is 40 baht. (But to be honest, they don't check that often...)
The water could certainly be cleaner, just try not to take a big mouthful. It hasn't put me off.