Lumpini Park Overview

Lumpini Park is the first-ever public park in Bangkok. It was established as a public space in the year 1925, before which it was a royal reserve. Spread over an impressive area of 500,000 sq. metres, it is one of the largest green spaces in the city. It is also an ideal place for birdwatching as it is home to more than 30 species of birds. Locals often come here for morning workouts and to spend their leisure time. You will also get to see groups of elderly practising Tai Chi which is a popular form of Chinese martial art.

Named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumpini Park features lush greenery, shady trees, and a large artificial lake where visitors during their Thailand tour can rent paddleboats for a leisurely ride. The park also boasts well-maintained jogging and cycling tracks, making it a popular destination for fitness enthusiasts.

You can also explore the park on water by renting a paddle or rowing boat. There is a ‘Lumpini Youth Centre’ where the children are provided with several kinds of sports training. ‘Elder Citizen Club’ is a club for the elderly where they interact, exercise and relax. You can also participate in the aerobics sessions or groove a little on the techno tunes.

The park also has a food centre from where you can recharge yourself with delicious snacks and refreshing drinks. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the park where you can interact with the locals, learn about their lifestyle and spend a fun yet peaceful time amidst greenery. 


• Immerse yourself in the lush greenery and serene ambience of Lumpini Park.
• Enjoy boating on the clean waters of the park for a soothing experience.
• Interact with the locals or participate with them in the fun club activities.
• Learn and practice Tai Chi, a traditional form of Chinese martial arts.
• Recharge yourself with delicious snacks and drinks from the food stalls.

How To Reach

1. By Car: Lumpini Park is located at a distance of around 8 km from the city centre of Bangkok. You can easily reach the park by taxi in approximately 20 minutes via Rama IV Road. You can get a taxi from any corner of the city or you can also choose to drive yourself. 

2. By Bus: The most cost-effective way of reaching Lumpini Park from the centre of the city is by a local bus. Buses are easily available in the city which will drop you at the park in approximately 30 minutes. Some of the public bus numbers that will drop you in front of the park are 4, 14, 47, 67, 74 and 106. 

3. By Train: The quickest way to reach Lumpini Park is by train. To reach the park, you will need to take a train to Silom MRT Station. From the station, the park is located at a walking distance of 2 minutes.

Best Time To Visit

You can visit Lumpini Park any time of the year as it is an all-year-round attraction and offers a memorable experience throughout the year. Plan your visit to Lumpini Park during weekends either in the early morning or late in the evening if you wish to have a peaceful time and avoid crowds.

Other Essential Information

1. Maintain the cleanliness of the environment by throwing garbage in the dustbins.

2. Make sure not to smoke or drink inside the park as it is strictly prohibited.

3. Adhere to the timing policy and refrain from entering the park after closing time. 

4. Be aware of the monitor lizards and crows that are present in the park.

5. The park restricts pets however, service animals are welcome.

6. Carry sufficient water and snacks to keep yourself recharged throughout the day.

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