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Very large park, enough parking lot for everyone. Big Buddha inside (a bit crowd during religion holiday)
Fish feeding is the popular activity to do. (Use the normal bread to feed, the colorful one is dangerous for fish) you can buy a big bag of...More
I was captivated by the Walking Buddha statue at the center of this beautiful park. There is something so peaceful, so comforting about it and it carries through the entire grounds. Well worth the effort to seek out and spend adequate time to relish. So...More
Went birding here on a hot muggy day. Had a great time and was able to pick up some nice summer birds like Coppersmith Barbet. I hear the birding is better in other seasons when the migrants arrive, but for an introductory day of birding...More
This place is more of a huge park than a temple. It is so beautiful & well kept, that anyone other than Buddhists too could enjoy the beauty of this wonderful place.
The standing statue of Lord Buddha is an unusual creation. The gardens too...More
I have been in the large park a couple of times for bird-watching and photography. It's a very large and beautiful park and well worth a visit from Bangkok. It's a 30 min to 1 hour drive depending on the traffic. The Buddha statue is...More
this sprawling park is situated about 20 - 30 km west of Bangkok on the highway to Nakhon Pathom province.
you will find runners and bikers here any time of the day. there are no fees. food is available in stores inside. picnic tables are...More
This is a park outside Bangkok, about an hours drive or slightly more. It's not not on the tourist map. A great day trip with the best bonsai specimens I have seen. I think there were hundreds. At the Center of the park is an...More
Phutthamonthon park is over 50 years old and is spread over 2500 Rai.
It has one of the tallest standing Buddha statue.
Another marble stone building just few meters away is the big marble viharn that has the entire Buddhist canon
engraved in 1418 marble...More