From ancient temples to modern skyscrapers, beautiful buildings are scattered all around Bangkok, but what if you’re just looking for a relaxing, green space? That’s exactly what you’re going to find in some of the city’s beautiful parks, and these three are a good place to start.
Lumphini Park takes up 142 acres in downtown Bangkok, and you shouldn’t miss it for the world while in this city. It’s Bangkok’s first public part, and it offers a great escape from its bustling streets. You’ll find everything from an artificial lake with boat rentals to walking trails and public events while roaming its grounds.
There’s something truly magical about beautifully landscaped parks, and Benchasiri happens to be Bangkok’s finest. It was built around an ornamental lake, surrounded by intricately landscaped gardens filled with contemporary sculptures by local Thai artists.
Chatuchak is one of Bangkok’s oldest and most picture-perfect public parks because it’s surrounded by a big pond with a floral courtyard. Even if it wasn’t so picturesque, Chatuchak would still attract many visitors with many recreational activities it has in store, especially jogging and cycling.