Lumpini Park

Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Address: Rama IV Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Timings: 04:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Park, Leisure, Family And Kids, Nature

About Lumpini Park, Bangkok

Lumpini park being a exciting Bangkok tourist attraction offers the tourists a perfect connection to nature. Home to various flora and fauna, this park is a nature lover’s delight. Initially, the purpose behind this place was to showcase the amazing variety of Thai arts and crafts. However, it is now a center for outdoor leisure activities. Many tourists as well as locals come here before as well as after sunset for enjoying a round of jog, aerobics and other interesting recreational activities. Locals also use it as a meeting point of sorts.

So Lumpini is not just a pretty place. It is a part of the social lifestyle of Bangkok. Many warm afternoon can be spent here getting to know more about the local culture. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bangkok itinerary 6 days.

Lumpini Park Information

  • Sunset is the best time to visit here.
  • Don’t miss out the Thai game of Takraw.
  • Good place for taking infants and toddlers.

How To reach Lumpini Park by Public Transport

  • Sala Daeng
  • Metro: Lumphini exit 3, Si Lom exit 1
  • Subway: Sala Daeng exit 3, Ratchadamri exit 2

Restaurants Near Lumpini Park

  • Vertigo Bar
  • Sirocco
  • Cabbages and condoms

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Things to Know Before Visiting Lumpini Park

  • 95% of people who visit Bangkok include Lumpini Park in their plan

  • 17.36% of people start their Lumpini Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lumpini Park

Monday, Friday and Saturday

93.63% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lumpini Park

People normally club together Wat Traimit and Siam Paragon while planning their visit to Lumpini Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Lumpini Park, Bangkok Reviews

  • This place is so cool. Really great place to bring kids as a tourists. There are lots of fish turtles and the best part are the large monitor lizards that you will see by the water. There are locals that sell food to feed the fish. The playground is okay. Just a peaceful place to go. Can also rent paddle boats.

  • Loved it. Very pretty. Little temples, pagodas and boating. Take your time and you'll see one of the metre long monitor lizards, perhaps even chewing on a large fish it's grabbed from one of the lovely lakes. I couldn't get an ice cream or drink once in the park sadly, so if you're taking kiss, be prepared before you go.

  • Lumphini park is a park with many faces. During the day you can have a nice and quiet rest somewhere on a bench. At the end of the day you’ll find people exercising aerobics at many locations throughout the park. And at the end of the day, don’t get run over by runners who are investing the area massively. Another experience is the presence of quite a monstrous creature; the monitor lizard. You have to like it because the animal does not look sweet, cute or like able (at least not for me). There have been many more years ago and to me it’s unknown why the population seems to shrink. Anyone out there who knows what happened? Beside the influence of park management and the government... Shortly put, the park is an awesome place to spend an afternoon. Many things to see and a perfect hideaway from the busy citylife. Always nice to have places like that in Bangkok.

  • If you need a time out from Bangkok come here. As parks go there are probably nicer ones to be had, but we liked it so much that we came back here several times during our stay. It has a big lake and there are plenty if benches to sit on and many people are having picnics here. In the evenings / when it is getting a bit cooler there are a lot of runners and it gets quite lively. For us the main draw to this park is funnily enough the wildlife. We love going out onto the lake with one of the swan boats and try to spot as many monitor lizards (there are some very big ones), turtles, frogs and birds etc as we can. Of course you can do exactly the same without a boat as well. There's also a playground for kids.

  • Lumphini park is a gorgeous park! We went for a nice pick nick and stayed for the nature. It’s calm and was fairly quiet when we went (around 2pm on a Tuesday). We really enjoyed watching the huge monitor lizards go about their day, they are really beautiful creatures. We even spotted some turtles! Would highly recommend adding this to your itinerary whilst in Bangkok.

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