Discover the Beauty of Benjakitti Park, Bangkok – An Oasis of Calm in the City

If you’re looking for a tranquil oasis in the heart of Bangkok, look no further than Benjakitti Park. With its convenient proximity to many of the city’s most recognisable attractions, this tranquil park is the perfect spot to escape the frenetic pace of urban life. Opening to the public in 2004, Benjakitti Park is one of Bangkok’s more recent green spaces. There is a large lake (Lake Ratchada) in the park that acts as its centrepiece, and a trail that encircles the lake that can be used for jogging, cycling (with rental bikes available), and other activities.

Benjakitti Park has activities and attractions suitable for visitors of all ages. Enjoy the broad areas and abundant greenery as you stroll leisurely around the park. In terms of amenities, there are elevated walks, wetland areas, rare plant regions, bike routes, and an outdoor amphitheatre. The park connects to Lumphini Park through a 1.3-kilometre elevated pedestrian walkway and cycling route in its southwestern corner.

Benjakitti Park also has something for the kids. From outdoor play areas to a large playground, there’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained. There’s also a skate park for those looking for a bit of adventure.

There are plenty of luxury hotels nearby for those who want to be close to the park but also experience the city’s beauty. You may take in the views and sounds of the city while enjoying a meal at one of the many eateries that are conveniently located near the park. You can move about without having to hail cabs or look for transportation since many of the dining options are located near public transit.

Benjakitti Park is the perfect place to go if you’re searching for a quiet retreat. From its beautiful lake and lush green spaces to its wide range of activities and nearby attractions, Benjakitti Park is an excellent destination for locals and visitors alike.

By Mr.Peerapong Prasutr – Work created under contract with the Department of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Published with author’s permission, CC BY-SA 4.0,


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