New IG spot in BKK


flower garden

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A giant flower garden has been set in up Bangkok’s city centre in honour of King Rama 10 and Queen Sirikit’s birthdays – the latter which coincides with Mother’s Day in Thailand on 12th August. The flowers are located along Ratchadamnoen Nai Road and the Democracy Monument. Plus, you can visit for free!

flower garden

Democracy Monument
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Bangkok marks the royal celebrations with beautiful blooms


flower garden

Image credit: Isranews Agency

Every year, Bangkok is full of vibrant decorations to commemorate significant royal occasions, which can be found not just along the roads, but also at government buildings. 

flower garden

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To mark the 67th birthday of King Rama 10 this year, more than 200 flowers have been planted, which visitors can visit to get photos of. You’ll also spot beautiful blooms that decorate the trees along the area’s walkways.

ratchadamnoen road

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There are 48 arches along these 2 streets, together with fairy lights decorating that make the place come alive at night. 

long live the king

A wish for the King
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long live the king

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Bring mum here for a nice evening out


Thai locals celebrate Mother’s Day on 12th August, which is also Queen Sirikit’s birthday. Many locals spend time with their families to celebrate this special day, so why not bring mum out for a nice evening? You can even get some sweet family photos taken here.

The flower garden will be open to members of the public to visit for free till 13th August 2019

Location: Ratchadamnoen Road and the Democracy Monument
Address: Ratchadamnoen Rd., Khweng Wat Bowonniwet, Khet Phra Nakhon Bangkok. 10200.
Nearest Train Station: Hua Lamphong MRT station
Admission: Free