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To the first time visitor Bangkok can appear like an architecturally disfunctional disaster. I, like other Bangkok dwellers often yearn for an escape from the concrete mayhem and the madding crowds. My escape is Queen Sirikit Park, huge, well maintained, quiet and accessible. Either the...More
This is a superbly landscaped park and it really is so diverse, possessing some lovely bodies of water and is best appreciated on cooler days by oneself. There are lots of police officers and gardeners during the quieter weekday mornings and afternoons, and I really...More
Was here for some foodie experience n had some spare time for other morning activity, decided to go birding photography as that’s my recent new hobby.
Took the train at 5.30am from Phrom Phong to Mo Chit. Grab an early bite at the BTS station...More
One thing I like about Bangkok is this huge park. It has a lot of mass activity going on . Jog ,walk or meditate it is right place in winters . I enjoyed sitting next to pond and reading book and spend some good time...More
Free entry park and pram friendly.
This park is near chatuchak weekend market. You can bring your family here to take rest. Birds are everywhere. You can rent mat for having lunch and chatt with family and friends here.
Want to be away from the fumes and noise for a while? Do some morning running or evening cycling? Enjoy space and peace for the eye and ears?
Then certainly don’t miss out on this well maintained, clean and big park surrounding a nice pond.
I love animals. I recommend animals lover to go there. The place you can touch and see the groundhog with cute outfits. It is near the Chatuchak Weekend Market and the children museum. They are lovely and stay around you.
After spending several hours in Chatuchak market went here to see how it is. Very nice, quiet, nearly empty of people. Just bring your own refreshments and find a shade. Good place to relax from neverending sound of various motor-vehicles in Bangkok.
It's close to...More
For the first time I visited this park on the recommendation of a friend. This is a botanical park full of plants, flowers and trees. Many are identified which is extremely helpful. Here too you will find ponds and lakes, bridges and wildlife. I was...More
Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for
a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.