Romaneenart Park

Romaneenart Park, Bangkok: Address, Phone Number, Romaneenart Park Reviews: 4/5

Romaneenart Park
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This is the city's only non-ceremonial park.
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< 1 hour
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Mizzmilena
Warsaw, Poland77 contributions
Enjoyable
Dec 2017 • Couples
Quiet place where you can learn the names of asian trees you see. Good for chill out before or after seeing Chinatown or when you want to rest for a while from cars and their pollution. Locals like to train here. Clean toilets. They close at 9 pm
Written January 3, 2018
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Masayoshi
Fujisawa, Japan3,948 contributions
Park for local people
Feb 2017 • Solo
Happened to be here while walking.
This park looks very important for local people.
In the morning of weekday, lots of people are here for sports, relaxing, reading kinds of things.
Nice breeze, small pond, and lawn.

Not intended for tourists.
Written February 27, 2017
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,110 contributions
Cool shady park
Mar 2015 • Family
Located on Siripong Road near Wat Suthat, this park has a number of water features and fountains, basketball courts, a playground, weight lifting area, some benches and lots of shady trees and greenery. It was built on the site of the old city jail and part of the old guard tower and a wall was retained as part of the architectural design of the park. Next to the park is the Corrections Museum.
Written August 27, 2015
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Nik R
Varna, Bulgaria6,679 contributions
Good place for relax and sports
Apr 2014 • Family
The Romaneenart Park is very good for sports and just relax. Especially after wandering through Chinatown or the Little India as it is located close by.
There are courts for soccer and basketball, jogging track, fitness area. You can enjoy the fountains and a peaceful stroll among the trees. As it was built on the site of an old city prison, there still exist a wall and some guard towers! Adjacent to it is the Correction Museum but we didn't visit it cause we weren't sure what we would find there.
That park is much smaller than Lumpini, Benjakiti or King Rama IX parks but it is still worth a visit. You can combine it with, as I've already said, Chinatown and/or Pharuhat, or another option is Wat Suthat/the Giant Swing and Wat Saket. Enjoy it!
Written February 22, 2015
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updog247
Melbourne Beach, FL242 contributions
Nice little park
Feb 2015 • Solo
Nice little park with some benches and trees. Some water features and work out stations. Next to the Bangkok Corrections Museum which was closed for renovations.
Written February 17, 2015
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Muneer Baloch
Muscat, Oman3,098 contributions
Very Peaceful Park...
Dec 2014 • Couples
We were walking around China town and then we happened to find this small park. Though this park is very small but believe me very wonderful. The best time to visit park is early in the morning or in the evening...
Written February 1, 2015
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EarthlingOnline
Worldwide3,789 contributions
I just posted a review to Suan Romaneenart Park. The two redundant listings should be combined.
Mar 2011
I just submitted a review to the listing for Suan Romaneenart Park. The two redundant listings should be combined. This is a better name for the venue (Suan Romaneenart Park is redundant, sort of like "Shrimp Scampi" is redundant, across two languages).
Written February 12, 2012
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Addictedtotravel2011
Bangkok, Thailand81 contributions
A small and peaceful park.
Jul 2011 • Solo
I did the China Town walking tour alone in July. I walked a lot and I found this park on my map so I decided to take visit. It was a beautiful, small and peaceful park. It has a local gym on the right wing.

A good place to rest your legs after a long walk and meet locals. Quite nice in some ways. Be careful once you want to go across the street as there are so many cars, tuk-tuks and motorbikes.
Written August 13, 2011
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