Often compared to New York’s Central Park, Bangkok’s Lumpini Park is a quiet place of refuge within the hustle and bustle of the city. Spanning 142 acres, the park includes playgrounds, open space, large trees and a man-made lake, all backed by the city skyline. Named after Lumpini, the birthplace of the Buddah in Nepal, the park is often frequented by locals jogging or cycling. Check out our blog post on Bangkok.
Rent a swan boat for just 30 Baht (~$1) half hour
Find more information here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lumphini_Park