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Queen Sirikit Park, Bangkok

4.4
#16 of 38 in Parks in Bangkok
Queen Sirikit Park is a botanical garden in Chatuchak District, Bangkok, Thailand. Covering an area of 0.22 km2, it is part of the larger Chatuchak Park complex. It was established in 1992 and named after Sirikit, Queen of Thailand to celebrate her 60th birthday. It contains many fountains and pools where lotus flowers bloom. The park has a high biodiversity in an ecosystem which has a great variety of plants and butterflies. There is a great variety of banana cultivars, a great variety of palm tree cultivars, a great variety of hibiscus, a great variety of lotus, more than 200 species of waterlilies, a great variety of new species of plant in the world, a great variety of coconut cultivars, a great variety of bamboo cultivars, and a great variety of rare plants as well as plants endemic to Thailand.
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  • Nice tranquil area park close to the Chatuchak BTS within walking distance. Nice flowers and tree shaded areas for pictures or a picnic lunch.  more »
  • To the first time visitor Bangkok can appear like an architecturally disfunctional disaster. I, like other Bangkok dwellers often yearn for an escape from the concrete mayhem and the madding crowds.....  more »
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  • I spend about 40 percent of my day in Bangkok's parks. The Queen Sirikit park is my favorite as it has some absolutley gorgeous displays of flowers, trees and water flora to be seen. In addition, there are some great walking and biking paths good for young and old alike. There are some wheelchair accessible parking areas and also most of the paths are wheelchair and stroller friendly.
  • Beautiful park. Near mo chit bts, besides the chatuchak market. Good place to relax after your day of shopping. Has benches, small pond, good flora around for you to appreciate. Good for friends and family to just sit and relax. Also good to running, good stretch to a few kilometres.

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