Saranrom place park, the Saranrom Park, built in Rama IV, was once a Royal Garden of Thailand and used to receive foreign tourists. It is now free of charge at the municipal park. Green as green, ancient trees and European-style buildings all highlight the difference here. The most famous monument in the park is the monument of Queen Rama V, and other buildings such as Octopus Pavilion, Horn, Fountain ⛲️. Very quiet small park, not too many tourists
I arrived at 7:30 am and the park was full of locals enjoying life. It was great to run, exercise, meditation, relax, play and see such scenes. The park was compact, with water features and a selection of very old trees. Well worth a short tour to experience the true Thai culture. The park is beautiful, right across the path to the Reclining Buddha Temple and Grand Palace, and there are some ancient trees on the road which are very beautiful. A great place to escape the bustling tourist, traffic jams and the heat of the day and to relax. The park is peaceful and peaceful. Behind the Rachabobito Temple on the other side of the park is a small canal, alongside a small traditional Chinese wooden shop, worth a visit.
One of the earliest parks in Bangkok, Sharon Long, was first built in the Royal Garden of the Royal Family in the Rama IV era, and later opened as a municipal park, a green park on the golden Kaoshan Road is also very rare.
This Victorian garden, formerly owned by the Royal Thai Family, was opened to the public in 1960. At the southern end of the park is a marble monument for Queen Sunantha Kumareerat and Princess Kannaporn Phetcharat, who died in a cruise ship accident during the reign of King Rama V. There are also glass houses, military goblet halls and octagonal pavilions.
The flowers are really nice in the national park all summer. Free park, see many Thai locals will come to the lawn with a mat on the picnic or sit and daze, there are many beautiful and unknown flowers.