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Best Parks in Bangkok

Best Parks in Bangkok

Bangkok has a wide selection of parks, all of which offer a decent park experience.

Some of the best parks within the city offer a quick escape from the busy city life, while some are able to give their visitors various outdoor entertainment options or great opportunities to better their fitness levels.

Below are some of the best parks in Bangkok city.

 

  1. Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is one of the most popular parks in Bangkok city. The Lumpini Park offers peace and tranquility right in the middle of the chaos of Bangkok city life.

The park is filled with lash green grass, trees that provide great shades, and the lake located at the center of the park for boating fans.

Furthermore, Lumpini Park allows you to enjoy great views of the city’s skyscrapers.

 

  1. Benjakitti Park

Benjakitti Park presents an unforgettable view of the Bangkok skyline. The park is located next to Lake Ratchada.

For those interested in recreational park activities, this park has dedicated tracks for cyclists and joggers.

The park also has a stage and a fabulous fountain.

The stage is a popular site for performances that can help you understand Bangkok social life much better.

 

  1. Chatuchak Park

Chatuchak Park offers various recreational activities that will keep you entertained throughout your visit.

The park boarders Chatuchak market, and also offers recreational activities such as boat riding.

Furthermore, the park offers great scenic beauty sure to impress diehard nature lovers.

 

  1. King Rama IX Park

King Rama IX Park was constructed in 1987 to commemorate the king’s 60th birthday.

The park is very beautiful, thanks to the presence of a botanical garden, a large lake, and a lot of greenery that helps its visitors feel an instant connection with nature.

The King Rama IX Park also contains various gardens, one of which pays tribute to various natural regions within Thailand while other gardens feature designs of a selection of countries – China, Japan, England, US, Spain, France, and Italy. The park also hosts festivals and cultural shows that can add spice to your social life while in Bangkok.

 

  1. Benjasiri Park

Benjasiri Park is very beautiful, and is a great venue for outdoor relaxation.

The park is also referred to as the Queen’s Park, since it was established to commemorate Queen Sirikit’s 60th birthday.

The park offers great sights of Thai art through various sculptures around the park.

You can also engage in outdoor activities such as skateboarding, swimming, volleyball, and even basketball.

 

  1. Santichaiprakarn Park

Santichaiprakarn Park is very popular for family groups, particularly in the afternoons. The park offers amusements such as sporadic street show.

This park is also quite popular among tourists.

Additionally, this park is very close to Khao San Road, which is one of the top attractions in Bangkok city.

 

  1. Rot Frai Park

Initially, Rot Frai Park was a golf course. The park has lash green grass and offers jogging and cycling tracks.

There are also football fields, swimming pools, basketball courts, boating activities, tennis, and so forth.

The ground is relatively level, and the park quite extensive, which has made it popular for family visits and picnics.

 

  1. Sanam Luang Park (The Royal Field)

This is one of the oldest parks in Bangkok, with a history dating back to the 1700s.

One of Sanam Luang Park’s main benefits is its prime location in relation to Bangkok’s major top attractions including the Grand Palace and the
National Museum.

The park offers activities that include Asian football, and celebrations and festivals.

 

Final Thoughts

Above are some of the best parks in Bangkok. Some of these parks offer great access to the city, for instance, the Lumpini Park.

Others are great due to the broad array of outdoor activities they provide, especially to fitness fans.

Some of them offer a pretty exciting outdoor experience due to their natural beauty while others are great venues for family fun and picnics away from the busy Bangkok city life.

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