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Banana Family Park

This introvert community mall near BTS Ari station hosts a series of activities to slow down the speed of urban living, from a Dharma library Baan Ari, yoga sessions, music classes, and Dharma lecture...

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Bangkok Bike Tour

Bangkok Bike Adventure takes you to a massive green oasis, full of twisted water canal ways, traditional local life, floating markets, ancient temples, peaceful wildlife and much more. We go to a true...

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Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

Be amid thousands of colorful butterflies housed underneath a giant, 15-meter-tall open-air dome, covering an area of 1,100 square meters at Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, located within th...

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Benchasiri Park

Since its opening in 1992 to commemorate the auspicious occasion of HM Queen Sirikit’s 60th birthday, Benchasiri is a green lung of Phrom Phong. This compact public park owns lush trees, playgro...

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Chatuchak Park

A large public park that sits next to Chatuchak Weekend Market you usually see from the BTS Mo Chit’s platform is a leisure and recreation spot for nearby residents. A visit toChatuchakParkin th...

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Cycling In The City

If you are looking for a little adventure and something that delves deeper into Bangkok, Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok is delighted to introduce our “Cycling in the City Package” at Wachirabenjathat P...

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King Rama IX Park

The largest public park in eastern Bangkok, King Rama IX Park was opened in 1987 to celebrate the auspicious occasion of HM King Bhumibol (Rama IX) 60th birthday. Covering the area of some 200 acres, ...

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Lumpini Park

The green lung ofBangkok’s city center,LumphiniParkisThailand’s very first public park. The 58-hectare park was a private land of King Rama VI, named Thung Sala Daeng (Sala Daeng Field), w...

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Mrs. Flowers Chocolate Mini Museum

One of Thailand biggest chocolate retailers Mrs. Flower unveiled a mini museum in 2010, showcasing everything about chocolate in five chambers, from cocoa tree to the history of chocolate to process o...

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Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute (Snake Farm)

Probably the most famous snake farm inBangkok. King Rama VI was presided over to open Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute on December 7, 1922, which was aimed to become an official institute to conduct ...

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