Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok

Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok

Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok

Benjakiti Park Running BangkokFollowing on from my post about running in Lumphini Park, another good park for running in Bangkok is Benjakiti Park. Benjakiti Park is within easy walking distance from Sukhumvit and the park is located next to Queen Sirikit Convention Centre. People often use the park in the morning or in the evening to exercise.

The jogging track is a 1.8km loop that goes counterclockwise for running and has a separate cycle track that goes clockwise for cyclists.

I visited Benjakiti Park five times during my stay and running in Bangkok. Mostly my runs were in the afternoon, which is the hottest time. Nearly every visit I was the only one crazy enough to be running in the heat. They also have a some equipment for doing chin ups, dips, and other resistance exercises.

In the evening the skyline is very nice, with the park being great to visit at sunset. Lots of Thai people visit the park with a book or for a romantic walk. There are also various spots around the lake to sit in the shade an relax.


Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok Details

Track: 1.8km flat loop

Water: There are various water fountains around the park

Toilets: Yes

Price: Free

Temperature: 34c (October)


Khlong Toei, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok

Accommodation In Bangkok

Need a room in Bangkok? I stayed at iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2, but if you want to save money check out these places:

Amazing HouseBluefin GuesthouseBaan Khun Mae ApartmentBuongiorno GuesthouseKhaosan River Inn Hostel

Things To Do In Bangkok

Some places I visited in Bangkok:

Wat Pho TempleWat Arun TempleThe Grand PalaceChatuchak Weekend Market

Benjakiti Park Running Bangkok images created by ToolsofTravel

Barry Sproston

Barry is a traveller and expat who spends most of his time between Asia and Australia. He has spent 12 months training at a Gung Fu school learning Wing Chun. Explored the island of Taiwan by scooter more than once. Been tricked into eating raw horse meat sushi in Japan. Even tried to overcome the fear of heights by bungee jumping in Thailand. One day he plans to open a guesthouse.

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