Lumphini Park is one of the largest parks in Bangkok and well-known in the area. Located close to many Embassies in Bangkok and large enough to cover the area between the BTS Sala Daeng, BTS Silom Station as well as the BTS Lumphini Station.
The park has beautiful scenery and you can spend hours walking around the park as it it a large 57.6-hectare (142-acre) park. The pathways are popular with joggers in the evening as it is 2.5 km in length. Dogs are not allowed in the park and smoking is not allowed. Cycling is only allowed in the park during the day between 10:00 to 15:00. Lumphini Park in Bangkok was created in the 1920s by King Rama VI on royal property. The park also has a lake and you can rent a paddle boat for 30 minutes. The area is the heart of Bangkok’s business district and there are many foreign companies and law firm in Thailand located close to the park.
An excellent location for jogging, working out, and enjoying small family weekend gatherings. Moreover, the food and service are of high quality, with the beef and bread being exceptionally delicious. In addition, they offer lean pork leg rice that is both guaranteed to be delicious and affordable.
Situated right at the heart of the city, this large park provides a breath of fresh air and serves as a haven for exercise and leisure. It draws both locals and foreigners who engage in various forms of physical activity and walks. Notably well-maintained, this spot is perfect for both body and mind workouts, accompanied by numerous egrets and Asian Water Monitors that add to its charm. Overall, it’s an ideal park for taking a respite from the urban bustle.
With convenient access to the public transport network, this expansive park serves as a haven. It offers a perfect escape from the city’s hustle and bustle, allowing you to immerse yourself in nature. Additionally, it caters to sports enthusiasts, offering a plethora of activities. However, pedestrians should exercise caution on the running tracks, as they’re highly frequented. The park also provides an excellent opportunity to observe local wildlife, particularly the captivating monitor lizards as they go about their activities.