Gardens in Bangkok

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Gardens in Bangkok

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  • N'Joy PinkButterfly
    Pattaya, Thailand14 contributions
    We go here for romantic times to lay out on the grass under a tree. They have lovely peace and quiet among lovely trees and birds. It is a very pretty and well look after park.
    Written 13 June 2021
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  • LadyinTown
    Bangkok, Thailand6 contributions
    The beauty of flowers, the cleanliness of surroundings, the space. It's kind a lovers in Park. You can jug or you can run 🥰🥰🥰
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • Kookysax_jb
    Cardiff, UK54 contributions
    Make some time for a visit when at the Chatuchak Market.
    We spent a few hours in Chatuchak and Wachirabenchathat Parks including some time at this free enclosure.
    Use Google maps to help you find it.

    Written 9 December 2019
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  • JohPhuket
    phuket33 contributions
    If your are around this area it worth to have a walk in the park. Well maintained they try to set an ecosystem here and it work well. Different birds and insects. The trees are healthy.
    It's not big but well manage. A walk bridge above the park with a tower to make a view point.
    We spend a great hours walking around.
    Written 9 June 2018
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  • Mr_Nobody_1979
    Krakow, Poland3,979 contributions
    Thought to be converted into property/commercial area, yet it took unexpected turn and become a outdoor market. It opens in late afternoon. Plenty of street foods available (mostly international choices), lots of beer bars too. Loud music to accompany your choices. Enjoy !
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • David B
    Rayong, Thailand9,813 contributions
    Suan Amporn is a garden (suan means park in Thai) near some of the most important buildings and public places in Bangkok, including Dusit Palace, the Ananta Sarnakorn Throne Hall, the Royal Plaza, the Equestrian Statue and Monument to King Rama V, and Dusit Zoo.

    The park is extensive and well maintained, with mature trees, shrubs, bushes, flower beds, and a large pond with fountains.

    There is a large reception hall next to the park, which is used for high society weddings, university graduation parades, and official functions.

    Suan Amporn is also the site of the annual Thai Red Cross Fair.
    Written 25 August 2016
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  • Patisonii
    Bangkok, Thailand12 contributions
    This old wooden pavillion is situated in the Suan Pakkad palace, its used to be the scripture hall in the Banklin temple in Ayutthaya, on those day there were two building located on the Chaopraya bank, the first one was a scripture keeping hall and the another was a pavilion hall, but both of them were get older and get ruined, so the villagers reconstructed two buildings and compounded the wooden component of them to be the new one building. The origin of wooden pavilion can be dated in Ayutthaya period or around 17 th century.
    The golden panel inside the hall is depicted the story of Lord Buddha life, really attractive, historical feeling and charming, don’t miss, it’s worth your time.
    Written 12 May 2017
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  • Suwatss
    Bangkok, Thailand5,222 contributions
    This unique coffee cafe is located in the old and still living lychee farm in the suburb of Bangkok in Thonburi. It is decorated in a lovely feel and the place is next to the river. Coffee is a bit disappointing though for the taste and food is just acceptable.
    Written 6 June 2020
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