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Best location for pet friendly apartments in Bangkok

Best location for pet friendly apartments in Bangkok

Where is the best location for pet friendly apartments in Bangkok? As with apartment hunting in any major metropolis, pet owners are going to prefer to be near a large, attractive park, or at least somewhere pleasant and fun to take their four legged loved ones out for a stroll, or a game of fetch.

Fortunately, living near a pet friendly park in Bangkok doesn’t meant having to live way out in the suburbs of the city, Bangkok has a number of spacious, beautiful parks dotted around the capital, including some ideal for dog walking, exercise, or pure escapism, right at its heart.

Ozono Plaza

Ozono Plaza is a small pet shopping place locate up on Sukhumvit Soi 39 Sukhumvit Road. Turn right into Soi Sukhumvit 39, next to BTS Phrom Phong, follow the road almost up to Phetchburi road, just before the bridge and there you will find Ozono Plaza.

Here you will find many pet shops for cats and dogs, there is a few small cafes and restaurants, there is dog trainers that can help you in your dogs training. The plaza has areas of grass where you can walk your dog.

Higlights of this plaza: Petropolitan Hotel – Dog Hotel with Park, Cat Societe – Botique for Cats & Cat lovers, Petropolis Park – Dog Park for members, Doggie Bag – Botique for Dogs & Dog Lovers, Aqua Dog – Salon for Dogs & Cats by Experts, CatAHolic Cafe and more. Get more details from http://www.ozono.us

 

Lumpini Park*

Lumpini Park typifies what an inner city haven should be. Set among apartments in the centre of Bangkok, with the ever-busy Silom and Sathorn to the south and mega malls of Chidlom and Ploenchit to the north, this park offers peace and shade.

Lumpini park is 360 rai (142 acre) in size with huge popularity, and where one is always afforded plenty of space to have fun, relax, or be at one with nature. You’ll be sure to see plenty of joggers and picnic lovers as well as those escaping the inner city hustle during their lunch break.

Lumpini Park

Benjasiri Park / Benjakitti Park

Benjasiri and Benjakitti are two parks close to the bright lights and cosmopolitan communities of upper Sukhumvit Road, the lifeline of the capital. The neighbourhoods here are a hotbed of modern Bangkok apartments and condominiums, popular with the expat community.

Benjasiri is close to Phrom Phnog BTS station, and the plush, hi-so Emporium mall.  With lots of pathway, dedicated workout areas, a decent sized lake, and a multitude of gardens and  sculptures, there are plenty of visuals to make this a very pleasant and peaceful walk.

The Benjakitti Park is set around a large lake, situated on 22-hectares of land, close to the busy Asoke intersection. The stunning manicured landscapes and botanical gardens make for a very serene and tranquil setting, and the park’s 2 KM of pathway which loops around the lake is very popular with joggers, strollers, and of course the city’s pet walkers. The path is also wide enough to cancel out any potential congestion, whilst cyclists get their own track on the outside of the pathway.

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Chatuchak Park

A park best known and loved for its huge weekend market, Chatuchak park is located to the north of Bangkok, close to Mo Chit BTS station and the Northern Bus Terminal. A park rivalling Lumpini in size but boasting even more attractions and activities, Chatuchak is far more than just a market location. Here you’ll find a number of winding pathways and running tracks, you’ll rarely have to take the same route around or through the wonderful greenery. In terms of eye candy, here you’ll find lots of landscaped gardens, fish ponds, and other natural beauty including the Thai Literature and Herb Garden.

King Rama IX Park

Located to the east of the city, towards Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Rama IX has lots to offer pet lovers living in Bangkok. The park is split into different zones each with its own unique visual stimulation, including ‘The Garden of the Great King’ featuring the stunning yellow Ratchapreuk trees symbolic of the king, and the international garden with plants from seven different countries of the world.

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*Sadly, dogs are currently not allowed into Lumpini Park.

Please check the Bangkok Public Park website for details and updates on activities, changes in allowing pets in the public parks of Bangkok. http://www.bangkok.go.th/publicpark/

 

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