Lumpini Park, named after the birthplace of the Buddha in Nepal, is a 142 acre sanctuary of nature in the center of Bangkok. The popular park is littered with eye-catching entertainment for all ages including: sculptures and pavilions, swan paddle boats, and even a fitness center complete with tennis courts and an indoor pool. While it offers a nice relaxing break from the hubub of the city, there is always something going on inside.
Lumpini park is also monitored by its own residents: huge lazy lizards! With plenty to eat in the ponds, some have grown 10 feet in length. It’s always fun to watch unsuspecting visitors out for an afternoon jog come across one of these monsters for the first time in the middle of their run! Many Turtles, birds, and squirrels also call this park home.
“Bangkok is a colorful and chaotic capital city brimming with exotic delights, but for even the most energetic of travelers the crowds and traffic can sometimes get a little overwhelming.”
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