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Buak Hard Public Park, Chiang Mai

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  • Love walking through this park, and I also love stopping at the workout stations along the way. Lots of interesting things to see, and has great photo ops! Recommend a walk through the park!  more »
  • My 1st time to this park. Although quite small it is still nice. You can either walk around, sit & chat, or exercise. Many different groups of people in the later afternoon playing different games. Ni...  more »
  • In Chiang Mai are a few green spaces to be able to come and stay for free at the hotel bust, parks buak it meet we have and one that is recommended is a golden PITA sek. Located at the other end of the beach garden The advantages of this would be silent and when. The other section, it has another bathroom, playground, a very special night side of the outer city wall there will be a park or Crescent-shaped earthen walls surrounded by a city wall in the floor. There are small and large trees up on the side of the wall. Tell me one thing that pretty much only small pieces. Get into the garden, and then heard the sound of birds singing. It's a happy city.
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  • As a parent of a three year old this place is one of the best free experiences in Chiang Mai. One reason is that there is one of the best outdoor playgrounds I have come across so far in Chiang Mai. This is a new plastic based play area and replaces the older metal structures. It is by no means extensive but by Chiang Mai standards it is excellent. You can also feed the fish, run around the paths, get refreshments and have a picnic. You can spend a good half day in this City Park with young children. As for adults this is a nice bit of green space, with plenty of shade, in the city. Good for sitting and reading a book, using the free exercise machines or having a nice walk around. Great for locals and tourists alike.
  • This park is tucked in the one quadrant of the old town I've never explored. What a great surprise. It's a beautiful park with well manicured gardens. It has many water features and areas to explore. There were several vendors that offer food and refreshments. A Great place to spend the afternoon with friends and family.
  • Best park I've been to. Lots of shade, plenty of drink and food vendors, and lots of seating. Basketball court, jogging path, and public workout equipment. With a big playground its a great place for kids. Though, parking can be a problem.
  • Nice place to chillax. You can rent a straw mat to sit on for the day for 15baht, good lick finding a shaded soot 😀. Coffee shops and smoothies available. Exercise equipment also there.
  • Wonderful little park for a walk or a free workout on their simple machines. You may have to find some space between the hippies slack lining and doing aerial yoga though :) If you get here for the flower festival it's gorgeous. Unfortunately afterwards the flowers are just left to wilt so it can be a little rough for a few weeks following.