Fun and competitive indoor team building activities in Bangkok (13 - 20)
Updated: May 15
This blog post is the 3rd part of 101 Indoor Team Building Activities in Bangkok and we take a closer look at fun and competitive activities.
In case you have missed part I, follow the link 101 Indoor activities in Bangkok | Introduction In case you have missed part II, follow the link 101 Indoor activities in Bangkok | Activity 1-12 |Ice Breakers
Fun and competitive team building activities are ideal for MICE audience who are planning a meeting or conference in Bangkok
Sometimes all you need is a bit of fun; an element of competition and your folk will be energized for a productive day of meeting. In case you can spare 30 to 45 minutes before the start of your meeting, then schedule one ice-breaker activity plus one fun and competitive activity, for example, Chopsticks Relay, Lawn Rafting, or Ring Stack.
And if you have about 45 minutes at the end of your meeting, Back to School Relay and Soccer board are ideal cool down activities to wrap up your session.
In case your itinerary permits you for half a day of team building, go for Hado Augmented Reality, Bangkok Fizzy or School Day Hurray event themes.
You will find more information about each activity below: 13. Hado Augmented Reality is the first AR team building in Bangkok. Participants are wearing masks and sensors and must doge the virtual tasks and hit the other players. The audience can watch the spectacle on large screen and cheer when a player is hit. Hado can be done at their designated location or brought into a meeting room. For complete game play management contact Beunite at info(at)beunite.com.
14. Chopsticks Relay is a fun and slightly physical team building activity that encourages dexterity, communication and collaboration. The only equipment you need is a chopstick per person, some balls of any kind and two buckets. Place the balls inside the starting bucket and ask players to move all the balls to the end bucket without dropping the balls to the floor and by using chop sticks only. Teamwork skills are required to complete this task.
15. In Lawn Rafting, players must move from one side of the play field to the other by using a plastic sheet. Stepping on the ground is not permitted. Teams must come up with a good plan in order to accomplish this task. Due to the relatively large amount of space, it is often played outdoors. But if you have the space available, indoors is better.
16. Ring Stack is one of our most popular team building activity. The game requires trust, risk taking and team support. Players stand behind a line and must place rings onto cones. Different cones give different points. Blindfolds can be added to increase the difficulty of communicating. The set-up is a bit tricky so better have a Beunite facilitator if you like to play this game. Contact us at info(at)beunite.com.
17. Back to School Relay is more of a party game and ideally played during a gala dinner night or a company celebration. However, it contains some elements of teamwork and if done right, the relationship building impact is huge. There are five modes (challenges) to complete, one with sack-jumping, one with balloon bursting, one with ping pong balls and one with make-up. If you have a group in party mode, the noise level will go out of control.
18. Soccer board team building in Bangkok is a great way of breaking up your meeting and to introduce some unique, fun, interactive and competitive games to your otherwise lethargic meeting audience. You will have their attention; this we can promise. Board and balls should be order by Beunite and if you do not like to do the facilitation, we are delighted to do this for you. Contrary to the belief that soccer is male’s affair, ladies usually perform extraordinarily well.
19. Bangkok Fizzy stands for fun and easy in Bangkok. This half-day program consists of the top 8 most popular indoor activities that are easy to facilitate and fun to play. Small groups are split into 3 to 4 teams and play each individual activity together, while for larger groups (60 or more), we organize a round robin tournament. After each game, there is a winner and loser and the winner will get points, and the scores are tracked on a large score board or LCD by the facilitator. The overall score is announced on big screen and the winner is awarded with a prize at the end of the event.
In case you are interested in continue reading, please follow link to 101 Indoor Team Building Activities in Thailand | Activity 21 - 25 | Stepping outside your comfort zone.