Trees and parks are the basic principles of a liveable city. Among the leaves and lakes around Bangkok, it's time to make a decision which public park deserves your love.
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One of Bangkok’s most accessible park thanks to its location right by BTS Mochit and MRT Chatuchak Park stations, this green space boasts a leafy jogging route, a manmade lake, and a handsome clock tower. It makes a perfect evening stroll after exhausting bargaining at the nearby Chatuchak Market
The Queen Sirikit Park now features a new wooden pedestrian bridge, offering an alternative for park visitors to easily cross over to neighboring Rod Fai Park. Made of timber, the Bird Wave Bridge was designed by award-winning Thai landscape design firm, Shma (projects include green residential and public spaces in Thailand and abroad), and was inspired by the nearby Bird Sanctuary. The name of the bridge marks it as a popular bird viewing spot.
Located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Suan Santi Chaiprakarn Park offers a fun, relaxing vibe and magnificent views of the Rama VIII Bridge. Built around Phra Sumen Fort, a structure dating back to the reign of Rama I, the park features a number of lamphu trees, which inspired the name of the Banglumphu district. Visitors to the park engage in activities like jogging, Chinese martial arts, aerobics, fishing and many more. You can see Thai people of all ages enjoying themselves here, as well as foreigners and tourists straggling in from nearby Khaosan Road.