Picnic Spots In Thailand

Benjasiri Park, Bangkok

Benjasiri - Queen's ParkBenjasiri Park is a major park in Bangkok, the park is located on Sukhumvit Rd between Soi 22 and 24. The Park is next to the Emporium Shopping Mall, Just a few minutes walk from Phrom Phong BTS station. The park was built in 1992 to celebrate the Queen's 60th Birthday so the park is also known as Queen's park. Inside Benjasiri Park, there are a forest garden, Artificial Lake, multi purpose space, playground, basketball courts, and swimming pools.

Admission Fee : Free

Activities : Walk, Relax

Location : Bangkok
Type : Park

Dusit Zoo, Bangkok

Tourism spot in the ZooThai Local Bird

Dusit Zoo is the first zoo and public park in Thailand, opened to pubric in 1938. The zoo was a part of Dusit Royal Garden called Kao Din Wana, located near the heart of Bangkok. The zoo area is around 47 acre and has variety of animal, more than 1,600 Species. Dusit zoo is a popular place for family with kids. There are many activities that travellers can enjoy in this zoo such as picnic, canoeing, boat cycling, etc. Moreover, there is an Air-Raid Shelter used in World War II.

Open hours : Daily , 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission Fee : Kids 50 Baht, Adult 100 Baht

National Museum, Bangkok

Bangkok National MuseumBangkok National Museum is the biggest museum in South East Asia with 6 buildings, located on the opposite side of Sanam Luang to The Grand Palace. The National Museum was the personal museum of The King Rama IV, keeping the royal collection and antiques. The Museum was opened to public in 1874 in order of The King Rama V.

The Bangkok National Museum is one of the best place to learn about Thai culture and history in each era from pre-historic periods through Srivijaya, Dvaravati, and Khmer Kingdom and Sukhothai to Ratanakosin periods of Thai history. The Museum also display a large collection of historical items and antiques such as Thai Buddhist art exhibits feature images, stone, bronze and terracotta, Thai and Chinese ceramics, illustrated scripture books manuscript cabinets, palanquins, and weapons.

There are free guided tours running by National Museum Volunt in English & France every Wenesday and Thursday at 9.30 am. , in Japanese every Wenesday at 9.30 am and in German every Thursday at 9.30 am.

Open hours : 9.00 am - 4.00 pm
Admission Fee : 50 Baht (Except student in Uniform and priests)

The Chao Phray River

Grand Palace - Chao Phraya Tourist ShipChao Phraya River - Tourist Place

Chao Phraya River is the most important river in Thailand. To have a dinner cruise along the river is one of the must do activities in Bangkok. There are many riverside hotels and restaurants provide The Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise where tourists can enjoy tasty foods and beautiful attractions alongside the river such as The temple of dawn and the grand palace complex which both provide sensational twilight photo opportunities.

Admission Fee : around USD 50

Activities : Sightseeing ,Dinner

Location : Bangkok
Type : Must-see, Sightseeing

Khao Lak Beach Thailand

Khao Lak Beach
Khao Lak Beach, in Phang Nga Province is about 80 Km north of Phuket Airport, or about 1 to 1 1/2 hours drive. The beach itself is about 2 miles long, quite narrow and offers spectacular views over the Andaman sea and the various Island rock formations.
There is an abundance of accommodation available, from low budget guest houses to premier 5 star luxury hotels, beach hotels and resort accommodation.
More suited to family's and romantic couples than say Phuket, due a quieter night life scene and limited facilities, Khao Lak is also very popular with scuba divers because of the abundance of unspoilt dive sites with a few hours boat ride.


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