In Bangkok, there is much outstanding green space park where you can relax and fresh up your mind by the beautiful scenery. Sometimes we require to take a break from a stressful and chaotic life.

Theses parks will be a good choice for rejuvenating your body and soul. When we go to the park, it’s not only for jogging or exercise. I found that many parks also have free aerobic sessions in the morning and in the evening.
It’s good for health during these days we have undergone the COVID19. However, you can just be enjoying do nothing, admiring, and soaking in nature on a lazy day.
And let us give you a list of the best parks in Bangkok, Thailand.


🌳 Lumphini Park 🌳

The most popular and well known as the largest green spaces in central Bangkok. It’s situated right in the middle of the city and has plenty to offer.

👉 Opening Hours: Daily from 04:30 am – 09.00 pm

📍 Silom – Rama IV Road, Ratchadamri Road, Sarasin Alley, and Wireless Road

🚈  Nearest BTS: Sala Daeng / Nearest MRT: Silom


🌳 Benjakitti Park 🌳

Just opposite the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. The image below is looking back towards the skyscrapers of Asoke, a major business district. The park has a large lake at the center and a running and cycling track around the park’s boundary.

👉 Opening Hours: Daily from 05.00 am – 09.00 pm

📍 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Khlong Toei, Bangkok

🚈  Nearest BTS: Asoke / Nearest MRT:  Queen Sirikit National Convention Center


🌳 Chatuchak Park 🌳

Located right next to the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the park’s northern end has many tennis courts and soccer fields available for anyone to use. There have boats available for hire to rowing in a large lake. And also can appreciate nature in a popular Thai Literature and Herb Garden in the park. Come here to resting after have a long walk from shopping at the Chatuchak Weekend Market.

👉 Opening Hours: Daily from 04.30 am – 09.00 pm

📍 Kamphaeng Phet Rd, Chatuchak, Bangkok

🚈  Nearest BTS: Mo Chit / Nearest MRT:  Chatuchak park


🌳 King Rama IX Park 🌳

The King Rama IX Park was constructed for HM the King’s 60th birthday in 1987. The park is one of the largest green spaces in Bangkok, it was divided into different zones, such as a portion for Ratchapreuk trees, a beautiful botanical garden with many indoor plants, the Romanee Garden inspired by countries around the world.

👉 Opening Hours: Daily from 05.00 am – 07.00 pm

📍 Rama IX Road, Suan Luang, Prawet, Bangkok

🚈  Nearest BTS: Udom Suk


🌳 Rot Fai Park 🌳

One of the city’s most popular bicycle and picnic spots. It is used to be a golf course but has now been turned into a large park. Highlights of the park include the Butterfly Garden and the Train Museum.

👉 Opening Hours: Daily from 04.30 am – 09.00 pm

📍 Kamphaeng Phet 3 Road, near Chatuchak Weekend Market

🚈 Nearest BTS: Mo Chit / Nearest MRT:  Chatuchak park

Find the closest public park, there are plenty to choose from and the park is offered free happiness.