Dusit Park

Dusit Park, Bangkok: Address, Phone Number, Dusit Park Reviews: 3.5/5

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Kanyarat Panupaichayon
12 contributions
place of success
Sep 2020 • Friends
Dusit Park is a shady place, cool, not hot, comfortable and still happy that I received my best friend's graduation. It was the warmth I received from this place. So I'm very happy.
Written June 11, 2021
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Manuel_Porto
Porto, Portugal71 contributions
Closed
Jan 2020
The Dusit Park is permanently close.
The Palace was also closed. Something is being developed in an adjacent area, but you may not see it from the street.
Written January 5, 2020
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Chuck B
Steilacoom, WA813 contributions
A Work in Progress
Nov 2019 • Friends
We walked around the former Dusit Palace Park and Dusit Zoo today (November, 2019) The entire area is walled off on one side, but if you persist you can see the area. The enormous old park area has been razed and they are clearly getting ready to build something else. You can’t get in. The parliament building and Buddhist shrine are magnificent and worth the walk, though you are not allowed past the fence. The zoo and elephant museum closed permanently in the fall of 2018. Including the lake, the area is prime urban land and there must be some plans. We saw a flock of awesome very large (unidentified) birds and heard some whippoorwills. According to Ms. Google they are slowly relocating the zoo to Pathum Thani which is 27 kms. Away.
Written November 22, 2019
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Alice D
Bristol, UK12 contributions
Dusit Park permanently closed
Sep 2019 • Friends
We walked the entire way round the perimeter fence and there is no access to the park or its many attractions, including the zoo. Police officers told us it is permanently closed.
Written October 8, 2019
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scubabunny13
Seattle, WA20 contributions
Nothing open or accessible
Sep 2019 • Couples
We walked most of the perimeter of the park and could not find anyway to access the park. The zoo is permanently closed and if there’s other areas open, it wasn’t obvious. Lots of construction going on, with no information of expected completion date. Skip it.
Written September 26, 2019
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Audray89
Montreal, Canada29 contributions
closed
Dec 2018 • Couples
After walking around for an hour along the perimeter without seeing a sign of any kind we finally asked a police officer. They were everywhere!
Everything in the area is closed he told us. No tourists allowed and we didn’t see any tourists.

He said the area was under construction ans didn’t know when it would be open. Again, no signs said anything about it being closed
Written December 3, 2018
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Mark D
West Bloomfield, MI1,252 contributions
Very nice park!
Jun 2018 • Couples
This is the first European style park in Thailand. Beautiful teak mansions, including the world's largest golden teak building - Vimanmek mansion.
Written July 15, 2018
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CailineRua
Dublin170 contributions
Complete waste of time and unfriendly, useless staff
Aug 2017 • Couples
After walking around the perimeter of this "top attraction" we found no entrance into the park. Any staff we spoke to gave us instructions to essential walk a long distance to the next entrance, each time insisting we had to pay into the zoo, which we did not want to visit. The only entrance open to the public was to the throne room. I was of course denied entry because my shorts were two inches above my knee (although my outfit was still very conservative).

For a major tourist attraction there were no signs, or explanations that the park is now essentially a building site, and the staff certainly won't clue you in.

Waste of time!
Written August 4, 2017
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Sam L
Liverpool, UK41 contributions
Vimanmek Palace is still closed
Mar 2017 • Solo
An armed guard at the entrance told me that Vimanmek Palace is still closed so I got back in the taxi and headed around the hoardings to the next entrance where, thankfully, the beautifully twinkly Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall was twinkling away in the sun. I didn't have to time to visit the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall but it was definitely open and the throngs of people were all wearing long clothes as per a royal property. Hundreds of tourists were packed into the conservatory-like building where you apparently buy your ticket so I decided not to bother. At least I didn't have to pay anything I suppose, other than the relatively pricey taxi fare from Petchaburi :( Worth nipping in of you're already doing the zoo but probably not worth it otherwise.
Written March 28, 2017
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Jijee c
2 contributions
Review Dusit zoo
Aug 2016
This zoo is good for me. It is very cheap to go there and make me and my family enjoyed it.There are many animals and animal's show that make me interested.And the restaurant is very good,near by the restaurant is flamingo's cage.I always fun when I go to this place.
Written February 8, 2017
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