Named after Lumphini in Nepal, the birthplace of Buddha, this tropical park provides a perfect escape from the bustling streets of Bangkok. Discover the statue of Rama VI, who built the park on royal property in the 1920s. In the Sathorn corner, find Lumphini’s beautiful Chinese-style clock tower.
There are two and a half kilometres of pathways within Lumphini Park. Perfect for an early morning run or strolling hand in hand. Gaze over the expansive manmade lake. Rent a swan paddleboat for a romantic afternoon. Then, catch a glimpse of a large monitor lizard as it steps out into the sunlight.