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This is the largest and oldest park in the city.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Rama 4 Road | Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Thung Maha Mek
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Reviewed yesterday

Very peaceful place to chill out from the bustle. It is free to enter & you may see lizards . Very relaxing to just wander around.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Jacmur2015
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A nice gentle walk around Lumpini Park, gets you away from the hustle and bustle of the centre. Accessible by the MRT. Not a great deal to see or do. Joggers, cyclists, exercise groups meet for their daily routines.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank mikee148
Reviewed 3 days ago

It is a pleasant green space in the middle of Bangkok and it is FREE.We took a stroll around the lake and enjoyed it for what it was i.e a city park with a lake. Not as grand as the parks in London or New...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Bangkok's Central Park. I love the peace and quiet here. I particularly like watching the large iguana lizards, too! A lot of them have been removed by the city, but there are still a few here. This place is a lovely reprieve for the spirit...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank ZestfulLiving
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

it was near my hotel( furamasilom hotel). so we passed it several food stands. you need to spend some hours and witness the

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank roshanakf2018
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great place to come for some easy access green. Also magnificent to exercise, run, or around su set do free aerobic/dance classes. Take your time to explore the plants and animals and don't just walk through.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank SEVENSEAS_Media
Reviewed 5 days ago

Go early while the morning is cool. Plenty for everyone but just the miles of round and picnic area make it perfect for the “runner” or just a quite walk.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Tstament
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Stopped here in the late afternoon after an exhilarating tuktuk ride. There were hundreds of joggers and a large (200+) group doing dancersize on the walks. As mentioned, a little well-worn looking but not uncomfortable. My associates were spellbound by the monitor lizards swimming in...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank KiloTango
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Fantastic park in the middle of Bangkok well worth a visit.. several lakes lots of paths around it and a subway just by the main gate..cafes toilets and lots of picnic areas, plenty of shade

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank kiwifarmer
Reviewed 6 days ago

No dogs in the park, probably due to the lizards etc.. Very clean park and quite central for a nice day out. Lizards, turtles can be seen.

Date of experience: January 2019
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cgmeyer
December 15, 2018|
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Response from rlayneholley | Reviewed this property |
I’m in BKK currently and checked the website for Bangkok Symphony, It does not report a concert at the park for 16 December 2018. The most recent concert listed was yesterday, 15 December 2018, at the Thailand Cultural... More
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咏奕 江
November 28, 2018|
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Response from alexam390 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it s free. I think it s better during the day as you can see it better.
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Naharoni13
April 10, 2018|
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Response from Joan M | Reviewed this property |
Just a tip for you take water with you We walked when it was hot and could not find anywhere to get a cool drink
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dennis757
hong kong
Lumpini Park (31 Replies)
Lumpini Park is widely recognised as one of the major landmarks in Central Bkk. What are its attractions and when is the best time to see it? Thanks folks
January 07, 2013|
Response fromaodh O|
By western standards its not that big; its attraction is a very pleasant green space in the heart of a busy city. Its has a lake, sports center, library, and fitness center. Its popular early morning with joggers and others taking some exercise, and if you can take the heat its a great spot to picnic and watch the numerous monitor lizards that live there. There is a much bigger and much more beautiful park in the suburbs Rama 9 Park. Its reachable by BTS and then taxi.
Jon C
Droitwich, United Kingdom
Restaurants around The Montien, Surawong (4 Replies)
Looking for recommendations for good places to eat around The Montien hotel. We arrive late afternoon and don't want to travel too far on the first night.....I have considered the food court at Lumpini Park but something within walking of the hotel with a 5 year old in tow would be nice. I know the hotel has a decent place, but we do want to step out. Nothing too expensive, but also happy with good street food.
July 11, 2013|
Response fromtravelkat88|
Hi inksleeves. I know the area well. Two places within easy walking distance of the Montien immediately come to mind. The first one is the Happy Beer Garden. As you walk out of the driveway of the Montien, turn left and it's only a few steps away. Although it looks like a bar, they do serve some yummy food and the staff are lovely and great fun. The other one is if you cross the road (Surawong) and walk up Pat Pong 1, keeping to the right hand side, you'll come to a restaurant called the...More
duckmandrake
Gwangju, South Korea
Mo Chit 2 to Lumpini Park (6 Replies)
Hi, all. I'll be taking the bus from Siem Reap to Bangkok early next month. I think the bus usually arrives at the Mo Chit 2 Bus Terminal around 8 or 9 PM, and I will then need to move on to my accommodation. The place I'm staying is called Miggy Guesthouse and is within walking distance of Lumpini Park. I imagine using public transportation would be much cheaper than taking a taxi, so I wanted to see if anyone has any advice on the fastest/cheapest route from Mo Chit 2 to Lumpini. I've...More
January 23, 2017|
Response fromFrosty228|
Take the SkyTrain from Mo Chit to Sala Daeng. On the way there you will need to get off the SkyTrain at the Siam station and get on the connecting line. From Sala Daeng station you will leave the terminal and down Rama IV road to Sathon Tai Road. Head down Saithon 1 Alley and you'll reach the guesthouse.