Benjasiri ParkCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
This park was created in the year 1992 for commemorating the 80th Birthday of Queen Sirikit. This park is a beautiful combination of art sculptures, water and lawns. This is an excellent spot if one wants a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. You will also be able to find a playground for children too. For skaters, there is an excellent skate park. Do be sure to keep aside at least a couple of hours to spend here.
- Evening is the best time to visit this place.
- Skaters can enjoy skate park.
- One time a month meditation class and Dhamma talks are kept back in the World Fellowship Buddhists office at the back corner.
- Metro: Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre exit 3
- Chamchuri square
- Le Normandie
- Fuji Japanese Restaurant
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15.27% of people who visit Bangkok include Benjasiri Park in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
59.17% of people start their Benjasiri Park visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Benjasiri Park
94.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Benjasiri Park
Really nice park in the heart of a busy area. Lots of shaded pathway so you can enjoy a walk around at any time of the day. Swimming pool, basketball, exercise equipment and kids playground - lots to do. Clean and tidy grounds that look well maintained
Nice little park on a busy road. Can spend a couple of hours lying on grass, reading a book with cool breeze from the pond on a hot, humid day.
Nice place to workout and sit around for a relaxing time .. trees in mid of busy traffic...nice to c that...
Two wonderful playgrounds that are clean and well designed. Bathrooms and snack bars in each corner of the park and so nice to have the lake and gardens in the center. A welcome respite in the middle of the chaos of Bangkok.
Very nice and clean park in the heart of Bangkok. Not so crowded and there are little shops in front, where you can buy some snacks and something to drink. Though alcohol is not allowed to bring into the park. The park is ideal for relaxation and for making sports. They even got some devices to do exercises. Be aware, at six o'clock in the evening they play the national anthem. Please be polite and stand still for a while, like everybody else does...