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Benchasiri Park

Behold the fabulous Benjasiri Park! Nestled alongside the glitzy Emporium and Emsphere shopping mecca on Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, this 11.6-acre slice of greenery is like the birthday cake of Queen Sirikit herself.

Yep, they threw this lush party in honor of her majestic sixtieth trip around the sun in 1992 – that’s why this park is known as “Queen’s Park.”

The shindig started in 1990 when they decided to relocate the Bangkok Meteorological Department elsewhere (I guess they needed a new place to forecast all that sunshine).

What makes this park extra posh?

It’s wrapped around a snazzy ornamental lake and boasts a collection of a dozen contemporary sculptures by talented Thai artists.

Think of it as an outdoor art gallery where nature plays the perfect backdrop.

Oh, but the fun doesn’t stop there!

Benjasiri Park moonlights as an open-air event space. It’s like the park has a double life as a party animal.

How to get there

You can reach this green oasis of awesomeness via the Phrom Phong Station on the Sukhumvit Line of the BTS Skytrain.

It’s tucked right between Soi 22 and 24, next to Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, so it’s hard to miss.

But wait, there’s more!

They’ve got some regular weekly happenings. On Sundays, they host a Buddhist service from 07.00 to 09.00.

It’s all about making temple phones feel comfy. And if you need severe unwinding after a strenuous workweek, Dontri ni suan is your jam.

Happening on Saturdays and Sundays, it’s like a musical therapy session with Thai tunes and groovy beats from around the globe.

Benjasiri Park – where even the statues know how to party!

Benchasiri Park
LocationSukhumvit Road, Khlong Toei District, Bangkok, Thailand
Size11.6 acres (47,000 m2)
CommemoratesQueen Sirikit’s 60th Birthday Anniversary (12 August 1992)
Construction Started1990
Land’s Previous UseBangkok Meteorological Department
FeaturesOrnamental Lake, 12 Contemporary Sculptures by Thai Artists
AccessibilityPhrom Phong Station (Sukhumvit Line of BTS Skytrain), between Soi 22 and 24

Regular Weekly Events:

Dhamma ni suanBuddhist service on Sundays from 07:00 – 09:00 to support those uncomfortable attending a temple.
Dontri ni suanRelaxation and music on Saturdays and Sundays, featuring Thai songs and international music.




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