11/21/2011

Bangkok: Architectures Around Queen Sirikit Park

Benjasiri Park, also known as Queen Sirikit Park is located beside Emporium Shopping Center along Sukhumvit  Road in Bangkok, Thailand. It was built in 1992 in celebration for Queen Sirikit's 60th birthday. 


It is the farthest place I've been to last week, hah! It's just within the city where I live but it seems so far because of slow traffic flow. But I think it was worth the long trip. 
Friday is our sports day so we decided to bring the children to a new location to exercises, play, and have some fun. If you clicked on the image, you'll see our 4 homeschoolers who are enjoying the sights of turtles  and fishes. While the children are having a blast and after I played badminton, I enjoyed taking photos of different architectural designs around the park. Here are some of them:







One thing I appreciate about this park is that it is a serene and green place to relax and unwind at the the heart of a busy business/shopping area of the city.



13 comments:

  1. Beautiful place! I hope makaanha pud mi diha pohon hehe.

    Have a great day!
    Daisy Shores

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  2. I will visit Bangkok someday..promise! lol! Nice photos..thanks for sharing!

    Visiting from Tuesday Travels. :)

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  3. Wow, human marvel.. beautiful.. dropping by here Ruth for TT.. hope to see you back

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  4. gaganda naman at ang linis!

    happy WW!

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  5. An interesting variety of building styles! It is good to know that there is a green patch in a city area!

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  6. Very nice tall buildings :) Visiting from Wednesday Whites.

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  7. The buildings are so neat and all.. Thank's for sharing them here...

    Visiting for WW!! Hope you can visit me too:)

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  8. beautiful buildings and views Mommy Raya. Thank you for sharing. Dropping some love for Wednesday Whites, hope that you can return the favor too.

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  9. wow great photos te! thanks for sharing!

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  10. beautiful pictures, the buildings are really tall. Thank you again for sharing Thailand with us :-) Dropping some love for Tuesday Travels, hope that you can return the favor too.

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  11. Bangkok-- mura pud kog nag-tour around Bangkok with these photos! Malingaw jud ko mokuha ug architectural buildings as my subject for photography. I can tell you, too, Ray! :)

    Very late TT visit! I hope you don't mind! :)

    Vegas, by Night!

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  12. Really nice shots. Very pretty area.

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