8 Best Parks in Bangkok

Many people See Bangkok as a Modern Polluted City Full of Skyscrapers and Shopping Malls with very High Road Traffic. In This Article, we will be Highlighting the Best Parks in Bangkok that makes the City More Beautiful, and Allowing you to have a Nature Getaway just Steps away from where you are located in The Capital.

What are the Best Parks in Bangkok

1) Rama IX Park

Rama IX Park is the Largest Park Located in The Capital Bangkok. Its Landscape includes Beautiful Botanical Gardens, and a Very Large Lake.

This Park has Been Opened in 1987 during the Celebration of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’ 60th Birthday.

The Park is not a Popular Place for Tourists or Foreigners Living in Thailand. However it’s very Popular among Local Thai People who are Looking for a Place to walk or to run away from the crowds and Pollution.

Apart from Enjoying walking around or exercising at the Park, You can also enjoy riding one of the Swan Pedalos available for rent in the Large Lake inside the Garden, or you can Exercise in the Available Outdoor Gym.

Rama IX Park is Not Located in Bangkok’s City center, and the Best Way to reach there is by Taking a Taxi or using one of Thailand private Transportation apps Like Grab or Bolt.

Admission fee at Rama IX Park is around 10 Thai Baht Per person.

Suan Luang Rama IX Park Bangkok Best Parks in Bangkok

2) Lumpini Park in Bangkok

Lumpini Park is one of the Largest Parks located in Central Bangkok Area. You can reach This Park by Taking the MRT Train, and Drop off at Either Lumpini or Silom Stations. You will find the Park when Going out of the Stations.

Lumpini Park is not a New Park, it has been established Since the 1920s. Many Bangkok residents prefer to Spend Sometime at this Park on a daily or weekly Basis. If you go to the park during the weekdays, you will find elderly People enjoying Sitting in the nature, and You will also Find young People and Couples Exercising or having a Walk after Finishing their Daily Work. During weekends, the Park gets Busier with Families who are Looking for an Outdoor Garden to Enjoy the Time with the Children.

This Park has many things that you can do during your visit. There is a Public Outdoor Swimming Pool, a large Lake in which you can Rent a Swan Paddle Boat, a library (Bangkok Public Library), A Basketball Court, and an Outdoor Exercise area.

Lumpini Park in Bangkok

3) Chatuchak Park in Bangkok

Chatuchak Park is Located in Chatuchak District and is connected to Both Rod Fai Park, and Queen Sirikit Park through a Bridge called the Bird Wave Bridge.

It’s Very Easy to Reach Chatuchak Park, You can get there through MRT Train and Drop off at the Chatuchak Park Station or by BTS and Drop off at the Mo Chit BTS Station.

Best Parks in Bangkok Chatuchak Park

4) Rod Fai Park

Rod Fai Park is one of the most beautiful parks Located in Bangkok. The Park is connected to Queen Sirikit and Chatuchak Park, and has many beautiful Spots and things that you can do and See while you are in there.

This Park has Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, Where you can enjoy watching the beautiful Colorful Butterflies during your Day out in the Park. It also has a Sports Center With Several Tennis and Basketball Courts as well as an Outdoor Swimming Pool.

Rod Fai park is very Popular for Bicycle and Picnic among Locals, and you can rent your Bicycle at the Park Entrance if you don’t own one.

Rod Fai Park Bangkok

4) Queen Sirikit Park

Queen Sirikit Park is also one of the most Popular Parks in Thailand for Locals. It was Established on 1992 as a Tribute to her Majesty the Queen on her 60th Birthday.

The Park is connected to Rod Fai Park and Chatuchak Park through the Bird wave Bridge, and Just Next to the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market.

Queen Sirikit Park

5) Sanam Luang Park in Bangkok

Sanam Luang is considered to be the Oldest Park Established in Bangkok Province. It has been Existing Since Bangkok became the Capital of Thailand in 1782. The Great thing about this Park is that it’s Located in the Center of the Main highlights and Bangkok Landmarks such as the Royal Grand Palace, The Temple of the Emerald Buddha, The ministry of Defense, and Others.

This Park is Popular for Tourists who Pass by during their Visits to the Bangkok’s Main Highlights.

Sanam Luang Park

6) Romaneenart Park Bangkok

Romaneenart Park is Located in the Old City area, Just Next to Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing . The Park has a Basketball Court and Several Fountains. You will also find several Old Guard Towers and neo Classical Buildings inside the Park.

Romaneenart Park

7) Benjakitti Park

Benjakitti park is a newly Opened Park in Bangkok. Located just Opposite to the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. This Large Park became a Popular Choice among Locals for Picnic outings. It’s Located Just next to the Huge Ratchada Lake, and there is a Track Going around the lake where you can enjoy Jogging or walking with a Beautiful View.

The Park has a Huge Parking that can Acquire a large Number of Vehicles.

Benjakitti Park Bangkok

8) Santichaiprakarn Park

Santichaiprakarn Park is located Along the Chaophraya River in Bangkok, and has a Historical Sight Located inside the Park which is Phra Sumern Fort. What Makes this Park Different from the other Parks is that it’s a river front Park.

Santichaiprakarn Park

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