Southeast along Rama IV Road,

Lumphini Park, also referred to as Lumpini Park is the oldest, largest and most popular public park in Bangkok which was created in the 1920s by King Rama IV. It is a quiet area which covers 140 acres of land and is the best place to go if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Bangkok city.

Experience Tai Chi by taking a walk through the park at the break of dawn and watch the locals carry out this morning ritual, or hire a boat and soak up the sun on the lake in the middle of Lumphini Park.

If you are in Bangkok during the winter you should go and see the annual Concert in the Park which is held in Lumphini Park and features classical music by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

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