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Great place to relax on the grass, exercise on machines, some freeweights in the back corner, or take various yoga or fitness classes. Nice cafe and refreshment stands in there, as well as In inexpensive massage at the back of the park.
We've been coming to Buak Hard Park for the last 3 years and find it a great place to relax during the day. The park is fairly small but well designed with lots of shade, grass, trees, and ponds with fish wanting to be fed....More
Situated in the south west corner of the old city near Ku Huang corner, this park is a great place to chill. There are a couple of interlinked lakes, a children’s playground, gym equipment, a massage shop, several cafes and stalls. You can hire a...More
This park is wonderfully kept and is a beautiful oasis in the City. It is close by the "ring road" so there is often the noise of the traffic, but you get that more or less anywhere in the City.
I stayed a while and...More
We love this park because it suitable for a family or a couple. It's quite, free entrance and have drinks and snacks for sale cheap. Easy to asked other people to join sport such as yoga, Takor or badminton. Thai people are very friendly and...More
Nice little park to chill away from the hustle of Chiang Mai. It’s right on the main road, but you can’t really hear it. Take a picnic as there’s not much in the way of facilities. Or there’s quite a nice little (very cheap) thai...More
I checked that there were no signs prohibiting pets before taking my dog for a run. About fifteen minutes later a guard rode his motorcycle in the park to cut me off and threaten to call the police if me and my leashed dog did...More
The park is big enough to bike around but is usually crowded so it’s best to just take a walk or sit down by the lake and chill. There are many doves at the lake and they follow people around. Nice atmosphere, but if you...More