Benchasiri Park in April 2006
|Location||Sukhumvit Road (between Soi 22 and 24), Khlong Toei, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Area||11.6 acres (4.7 ha)|
|Created||12 August 1992|
|Operated by||Bangkok Metropolitan Administration|
|Status||Open from 5.00 a.m. to 21.00 p.m.|
Built on 11.6 acres (47,000 m2) next door to the Emporium shopping complex, it commemorates the fifth cycle (sixtieth) birthday anniversary of Queen Sirikit on 12 August 1992. Construction began in 1990 on land which originally housed the Bangkok Meteorological Department until its relocation to Bang Na. Built around an ornamental lake, it contains 12 pieces of contemporary sculpture by Thai artists and is often used for open-air events.
This is large area for people who want to go jogging and it has a multi-purpose outdoor court to support volleyball, basketball and skating. This area is surrounded by trees for shade.
The playground attracts many children, both Thai and foreigners . It is particularly busy on holidays. This area has a large number of items of play equipment  for children who love adventure, discover and climbing. 
Regular Weekly Events
Dhamma ni suan
There is a Buddhist service every week from 07.00 – 09.00 am every Sunday , aiming to support people who are uncomfortable attending a temple.
Dontri ni suan
Dontri ni suan occurs on Saturdays and Sundays, to provide relaxing from work and other stresses. There are many songs in Thai and other music from around the world.
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