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Lumphini Park, Bangkok

A rare expanse of public greenery in the heart of the city, it was once property of King Rama VI, who issued a royal command to turn the area into a public park as a gift to Bangkok's residents.

A rare expanse of public greenery in the heart of the city, it was once property of King Rama VI, who issued a royal command to turn the area into a public park as a gift to Bangkok's residents. The park's symbol, a statue of its creator King Rama VI, stands at the main entrance at the southwestern corner, right opposite MRT Si Lom station. The park has a lake with boats for rent and with a cycle track around it, and is popular among early-morning fitness enthusiasts, but there's little reason to wander in during the daytime heat. The Bangkok Symphony Orchestra does, however, put on occasional performances in the winter. There are rather large lizards in the park - they are well worth a look. They tend to spend most of their time in the water of the lake. Do not get too close to one, as they can bite.


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About Lumphini Park

 Bangkok

Lumphini Park and Nearby Sights on Map

Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute

This institute contains a collection of poisonous snakes which are 'milked' daily for their venom in order to produce invaluable anti-snakebite serum

China Resources Tower

Central Chidlom

This is the flagship store of the Central chain of department stores, and thus it is much more luxury and prices are higher

Leng Buai Ia Shrine

This shrine, housed in a traditionally Chinese architectural style-building is considered to be the oldest Chinese shrine in Thailand

Gaysorn

Gaysorn positions itself as Bangkok's premier luxury shopping mall: this is where you can get your fill of Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany

Chamchuri Square

Amarin Plaza

This impressive colonial-style mall has five floors of high-end stores, selling fashion, furniture, jewellery, electronics, books and handicrafts

Narai Phand

A Thai handicraft centre partly run by the government offering a wide array of traditional crafts, such as bronze objects, ceramics, lacquerware, silk and woodcarvings

Erawan Bangkok

Linked by skybridges with the Amarin Plaza and Gaysorn, this is another luxury boutique mall

Patpong

Patpong is one of Bangkok's night entertainment districts, dotted with bars, dance clubs and an open-air market