Queen Sirikit Park 2.5 rating

  Nature and Parks

The Queen Sirikit Park was built to commemorate the 60th birthday anniversary of HM Queen Sirikit in 1992. The auspicious tree garden has auspicious trees from Thailand's 76 provinces laid out in the shape of Thailand's geographical map. A large pool in the park has three fountains and a fine collection of both Thai and foreign lotuses.

 Hours 
Sun
5:00
20:00
Mon
5:00
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Tue
5:00
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Wed
5:00
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Thu
5:00
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Fri
5:00
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Sat
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About Queen Sirikit Park

 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd

 Nearest Transit: MRT Chatuchak Park Station (Lines: Blue)

Queen Sirikit Park and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market(0.7 km)
Northern Bangkok's biggest draw is the Chatuchak Weekend Market.

Central Plaza Ladprao

Central Plaza Ladprao(1.7 km)

The State Railway Hall of Fame

The State Railway Hall of Fame(1 km)
This is a privately-run railway museum with steam engines, train models and miniature trains on display that show the history of Thai railways since the late nineteenth-century.

Philatelic Museum

Philatelic Museum(0.2 km)
The Philatelic Museum showcases the history of the Thai postal service and the development of Thai stamps throughout history.

Elephant Building

Elephant Building(3 km)
The Elephant Building is one of the quirkiest buildings of the world, and has even won awards for being one of the ugliest.

Children's Discovery Museum

Children's Discovery Museum(0.3 km)
The Children’s Discovery Museum provides a fun, educational environment with interactive exhibits and activities for kids to enable them to learn about human life, science, culture, society, nature and the environment in a friendly setting.

Chatuchak Park

Chatuchak Park(0.6 km)
Chatuchak Park is one of the older public parks in Bangkok, located on land that was donated by the State Railway of Thailand in 1975.

Thai Bank Museum

Thai Bank Museum(2.9 km)

Queen Sirikit Park Tickets and Tours in Bangkok

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