Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park in Bangkok is named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha and features a large artificial lake, playground for children with giant monitor lizards, and shady paths. This inner-city park is located just a short walk from malls of Siam Square, Western embassies, and Chulalongkorn University. It is easily accessible from Silom MRT station.

Lumpini Park: Then & Now

This Bangkok park dates back to the 1920s and was originally used as an exhibition center for flower displays and Thai crafts. Many locals gathered every weekend at the park to showcase their works and take short strolls.Today, Lumpini Park has a brand new fitness center and many people come here for yoga classes and other outdoor leisure activities.

Perfect for Picnics

Lumpini Park is an open public space that is perfect for picnics and attracts a lot of people, especially over the weekends. The good news is that the park is quite large and it’s easy to find a peaceful spot where visitors can read a book or just chill in the sun.