Lumpini Park (or Lumpini Park) is one of the largest green spaces in central Bangkok. Established in the 1920s, this city center park covers more than 500,000 square meters and is home to various species of flora and fauna. Became a popular meeting place for Bangkok residents who gathered throughout the day for jogging, light exercise, aerobics and recreational activities.
Lumpini Park was Bangkok’s first public park. It is a multipurpose park where people can enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational activities in the fresh air and shade. There is a lot of flora and fauna in the park, as well as a large lake. Lumpini Park was once not only a public park for outdoor exercise, but it was also a venue for parties and ballroom dancing. Today, the park is still popular among those who enjoy outdoor activities such as B. Exercising, practising tai chi, playing games and music, learning ballroom dancing, reading books in the library, and so on.
Things of interest in the park The statue of King Rama VI was erected in 1942 to commemorate the park’s construction. The smiling SunGround (Lan Tawan Yim) is a place for disabled people, where children’s games and other leisure resources are provided, and unique and accessible parking spaces. Bangkok Elder Citizens Club: Located in Lumpini Hall, the club is a place for the elderly to communicate, relax, play sports and exercise. Ballroom dancing classes are available every Saturday and Sunday.
What to do in Lumphini Park:
Facilities at Lumpini Park include pedal boats, playgrounds and an outdoor fitness center. Before sunset, work up a sweat with free aerobics sessions and techno tunes at Lumpini Park. There is also a basketball court if you want to play basketball. Local jazz groups (sometimes a classical orchestra) often perform on Sunday afternoons. If a stroll in the park is more your style, follow the maze-like paths that lead to lush gardens, picnic areas and a manufactured lake. There are many sheltered niches where you can read, meditate or have a picnic.
Lumphini Park places
Lumphini Park is a multipurpose park. Many activities are offered for citizens and tourists. The park is a green space. There are trees, flowers, lakes and animals.
Statue of King Rama VI
The statue of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) was erected in 1942 to commemorate the construction of Lumphini Park.
Lumphini Park is a rich source of natural food and has large trees, making it home to more than 30 species of birds. Bird-watching lessons are offered at Lumphini Park every year.
Smiling Sun Ground
The Smiling Sun Ground is a place for activities for people with disabilities. It is full of resources, unique parking spaces for the disabled, and playgrounds for children.
Bangkok Elder Citizens Club:
Bangkok Elder Citizens Club is a place for seniors to meet, relax, exercise and exercise. It is open daily from 08:00 to 18:00. Courses occur every Sunday and Saturday.
Home of Hope:
A shelter for homeless children. They provide information, advice and education to help homeless children. It is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. BMA.
Provides training in various trades, including IT, cooking, tailoring and facial makeup.
Lumphini Public Library:
Lumphini Park Library offers books and videos. Open from 08:00 to 20:00, Tuesday to Sunday.
Lumphini Youth Center:
Provides athletic activities and exercise equipment for members. Sports activities such as soccer, swimming, basketball and dancing. From Monday to Friday, it is open from 18:00 to 20:00. On weekends, it is available from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Swan rowboats can be rented on a lake for 40 baht for 30 minutes. In the 1960s, the old floating restaurant called Kinnari Nava, or Peninsula in International, was in the middle of the lake. It was a characteristic building where the tie lay on top of the topless kinnari (half woman, half bird). It was closed due to a fire.