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Parks in Bangkok

In every major metropolis, parks are the "lungs" of the city... In Bangkok, they offer some respite against the hussle and bussle of the capital...

In Bangkok parks do not just refresh the air; they act as an antidote to the hectic (often frantic) lifestyles of the city's inhabitants. Each park really is an oasis of tranquility, gently rejuvenating visitors' spirits as they relax in its natural environment. Fortunately, there are a number of parks dotted around Bangkok. Some of course are very famous - Chattuchak Park is often visited by the multitude of shoppers attending the weekend market, and Suan Laung, deep in the heart of Bangkok's major tourist attractions is a natural destination for visitors. Some, however, are lesser known but equally as attractive. Below are details of the major parks in the city.



Worth seeingAt your leisure

Some parks you might visit if you are on a longer stay:


Bangkok
Benchasiri Park

Benchasiri Park was opened in 1992 to commemorate Her Majesty the Queen's 60th birthday. One of a few parks in the Sukumvit area, it is situated next to the Emporium shopping centre. It is not one ...
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Chatuchak Park

Better known for being the venue for the Weekend Market, Chatuchak Park is a large park with plenty of open space and shade. It is the biggest park in the north of the city and houses a boating lak...
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Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is the biggest park in the central business district and is a favourite amongst office workers for early morning jogging and early evening aerobics (an instructor leads an aerobics ses...
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Queen Sirikit Park

This park used to be a golf course so you get the idea of what it looks like. Surprisingly, it's just opposite Chatuchak Park and was built to commemorate the 60th birthday anniversary of Her Majes...
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Sanam Luang

Sometimes known as the 'Royal Park' or 'Royal Field', Sanam Luang is right in the centre of the Rattanakosin ('Old City') part of Bangkok. A large oval-shaped park, Sanam Luang has a number of roya...
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