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Chatuchak Park, Bangkok

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One of the capital's oldest parks, Chatuchak Park remains a popular place for families, joggers, and people out for a relaxing stroll. The urban oasis in the city center boasts lush greenery and a masterful artificial lake crossed by numerous bridges. Other points of interest include a butterfly garden, railway museum, and children's museum. Alternatively, get active on the tennis courts and soccer fields. To visit Chatuchak Park on your trip to Bangkok, use our Bangkok trip builder app .
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  • It is a nice park, but nothing special. But if you are planning to go to the markets, may as well take a quick stroll here. We walked through the park from Mo Chit Skytrain Station to the market and t...  more »
  • where you can relax after the hectic Chatuchak Market & otherwise when it is even less full of people. Do as everyone local - take something to sit on ,and eat&drink whilst relaxing. Thats it! ENJOY! ...  more »
  • Buying food at the stalls around the Park, when I went to the weekend market, the lunch in cafeteria in the market is not, in this park. There are plenty of green, you can relax.
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  • Nice park that juxtaposes against the concrete jungle. It seems that the place has a historic semblance and generally, the park is well kept and a great place to be to break away from the built environment. On my second visit, it was raining heavily and if you’ve been to the area, flooding is pretty common and you will be soaked to the ankles on the streets. As to the park, the concrete / rock paths retain water and there will be large puddles of water that you may have to navigate carefully around or tread through. Wear shoes and they’ll be wet - so if there’s a forecast of rain or the sky looks gloomy in the morning, if recommend slippers or flip flops.
  • Great park for cycling volleyball football rest and relax. Lovely and very delicious Thai restaurant in there too. Well worth a visit easy to park and get bikes here or bring your own or just come for a nice walk. Enjoy
  • Large city park located next to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. The park was easily accessible using either BTS or the subway. There were many food vendors along the market side of the park. It was busy later in the afternoon as people wrap up their shopping from the market.
  • A lot of handcraft and local favorite from bangkok. You won't get tired to visit more than once. But it's better to go when the weather is nice and sunny
  • Great place for jogging or just relaxing. Nice for children and their parents. Many exotic trees and plants with their names written in Thai and Latin. Easy access to BTS and MRT.

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