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30 public parks in Bangkok to open for Loy Krathong festival

Events

30 public parks in Bangkok to open for Loy Krathong festival

Bangkok will open 30 public parks from 5:00am to 12:00midnight on November 11 for the Loy Krathong Festival celebration.

Thai locals and tourists can spend the Loy Krathong day with their family and loved ones floating Krathongs in public parks as a thank you sign to mother earth, Thai Residents reported.

Here is a list of public parks open from 05.00 – 24.00 on Loy Krathong Day.

  1. Lumpini Park, Pathumwan District
  2. Chatuchak Park, Chatuchak District
  3. Suan Rod Fai Park, Chatuchak District
  4. Suan Pranakorn Park, Ladkrabang District
  5. Queen Sirikit Park, Ladkrabang District
  6. Suan Saranrom Park, Phra Nakhon District
  7. Ramini Nat Park, Phra Nakhon District
  8. Santi Chai Prakan Park, Phra Nakhon District
  9. Thonburi Rom Park, Thung Khru District
  10. Serithai Park, Bueng Kum District
  11. Nawamin Phirom Park, Bueng Kum District
  12. Suan Nong Chok Park, Nong Chok District
  13. Benjasiri Park, Khlong Toei District
  14. Bung Krathi Water Park, Min Buri District
  15. Suan Phraya Phirom Park, Min Buri District
  16. Waree Phirom Park, Khlong Sam Wa District
  17. Suan Rat Phirom Park, Nong Chok District
  18. Chalerm Phrakiat 6 King’s Park (Phra Nakhon), Bang Kho Laem District
  19. Peace Park, Ratchathewi District
  20. Ramintra Sports Park, Bang Khen District
  21. Rommanee Thung Si Kan Park, Don Mueang District
  22. Chaloem Phrakiat Mahatthai Park, Prawet District
  23. Suan Wantham Park, Prawet District
  24. Thawi Watthana Garden Park, Thawi Watthana District
  25. Suan Luang Rama 8 Park, Bang Phlat District
  26. Bueng Nam Park at Lat Phrao 71, Lat Phrao District
  27. Sirinthara Prueksaphan Park, Bangkok Noi District
  28. Suan Chaloem Phrakiat Park,  Bangkok Noi District
  29. Suan Chaloem Phrakiat Park, Sathorn District
  30. Bang Khae Phirom Park, Bang Khae District

The evening of Loy Krathong is one of the most picturesque festivals in Bangkok. It’s when people gather around lakes, rivers and canals to pay respects to the goddess of water by releasing beautiful lotus-shaped rafts, decorated with candles, incense and flowers onto the water.

Photo: Fight of the Gibbon

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