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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 holiday in Bangkok, and find out what else Bangkok has to offer, use our Bangkok vacation route planner.
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  • From the moment you step into this magical area, your senses are heightened. Colours seem brighter, aromas are enticing and sounds are intriguing. The largest market in the world is strategically grou...  more »
  • We walked through here after a visit to the Chatuchak Markets and it's rather lovely if you want to sit and eat the food your bought at the markets. It's right over the road from the Sky Train so very...  more »
  • Right next to Chatuchak market, a perfect place to relax after intense shopping experience at the market!  more »
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  • This is an excellent park. It's long and thin. It takes about a half hour to way from one end to the other. There's a little lake with paddle boats you can rent. There are lots of gazebos. In the middle of the park, there are about twenty bridges, I think for taking pictures. The plants are very nice, and there's a ton of variety. It's a very well-kept park. It's right by the weekend market, but it's not nearly as hectic and busy.
  • Maybe due to the rain? or maybe the place is just no longer happening. got abused by a seafood restaurant that has a sign that says "award winning restaurant" that shouted at us for wanting to share our food. Ended up being chased out for ordering something not too expensive and wanted to share. we ended up eating next door with a whole table of food. avoid that place if you could.
  • Huge park and well maintained. It has lots of trees and a small lake and you can rent a paddle boat there. It has lots of restrooms and they are cleaned regularly. I saw some security cameras and I even think there is a concierge because I noticed a manned booth somewhere halfway. Lots of people here sitting and relaxing in the grass or on the benches. I spotted a couple of monitor lizards; they live in the water and come on to land regularly so I guess that's why I didn't see any ducks. It's a great park to relax and have a walk or a picnic.
  • Chatuchak Park (Thai: สวนจตุจักร) is the name of a public park in Chatuchak district, Bangkok, There is a wide grassy expanse which was extremely popular bicycle and picnic spot. Located near Chatuchak Market in the north of Bangkok, you will find hordes of bike riders every weekend, attracted by the lush nature that abounds all around. Birds, lizards, turtles and hundreds of grand old tress make a beautiful backdrop to a leisurely cycle around the 2 km bitumen cycle track. The cycle track is flat and easy to ride. Chatuchak park is one of the oldest public parks in Bangkok. Construction began in 1975, it has an area of 0.304 square kilometres. An artificial lake runs along this thin and long park with numerous bridges crossing the lake. A train museum is situated inside the park.
  • Lovely park, very good upkeep. Not a lot of shady areas and quite hot in the middle of the day, but a great place to go and relax after 5:00