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Benjasiri Park, Bangkok

4.2
#8 of 30 in Parks in Bangkok
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Also known as the Queen's Park, Benjasiri Park features a peaceful pond surrounded by Thai sculptures. Originally built to commemorate Queen Sirikit's 60th birthday, today the park is frequented by art lovers and sports enthusiasts. If you are interested in the statues, look for the centerpiece fountain sculpted by master artist Mesium Yipinsoy, which features three multimedia water shows a day. Also check out sports facilities for basketball, roller skating, outdoor swimming, volleyball, and more. To visit Benjasiri Park on your trip to Bangkok, use our Bangkok trip itinerary builder.
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  • A better place! Glad the weather central The atmosphere is ideal for families and good for health. trees will come often.
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  • Access by BTS sky train at Prompong station. This park is just next to Emorium Shopping mall. It is a nice park, gate open at 05:00AM until 20:00(not sure for closing time) There are playground for ch...  more »
  • Incredible! Di pusat kota Bangkok yang panasnya hampir seperti Jakarta, ada taman yang sangat indah. Awalnya saya kira taman ini seperti taman-taman yang lumrah ada di Indonesia khususnya Surabaya, ta...  more »
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  • Great atmosphere for doing simple jogging. The park has a nice circular track for everyone to run. In the middle, there are sport equipments for people to do some weightlifting and play some sports like basketball as well. There is also a small lake for people to enjoy picnic and chilling.
  • Great Park in the city. Many joggers in evening on the outer road surrounding the park, swimming pool, outdoors exercise equipment, taichi, public fitness routines makes this a lively park. Great for Sundays late afternoon for family time. 2 playgrounds for kids of different ages. Go ahead and take a break here. Bonus, right beside EM shopping district.
  • Small but nice Park, between the high buildings. Human feel well on there. There is a really interesting tree. I recommend to see it.
  • Busier during the mornings and evenings, people of all ages running, doing thai chi, yoga, reading or just relaxing. There are places to buy coconut water and natural juice in front of the park, together with local food. It's a small park in the middle of a very busy city, good to take a break and meet friends, even though the weather in Bangkok is usually hot and not so comfortable to stay outside. When is too hot, the water smells bad, seems to be a not so clean water (from the lake). There's a snack bar on the other side of the park taking the main street (Sukhumvit rd) as reference.
  • if you love park.. you will love it here.. chilling and do some sports till sunset

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