The Lumphini Park, also referred to as Lumpinee Park or Lumpini Park, is a public park located at the city center of Bangkok. It spans an area of 57.6 hectares situated between the intersection of Silom Road and Rama IV Road. It is the oldest and largest park in Bangkok. In fact, it’s the largest open green area in the whole of Thailand. It was created in the 1920s by the King Rama VI on a royal property and was named after the birthplace of the Buddha, which is Lumbini, in Nepal.
If you’re looking for variety in Bangkok attractions, the Lumphini Park offers the stroll and sight-see kind of entertainment that is so hard to find in a place where public space, trees and playgrounds are a rarity. You don’t have to worry about running out of things to do either. The park offers many kinds of diversions that are guaranteed to make your time pass pleasantly. [Read more…]