Dusit Park
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Mark D
West Bloomfield, MI1,331 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Couples
This is the first European style park in Thailand. Beautiful teak mansions, including the world's largest golden teak building - Vimanmek mansion.
Written 15 July 2018
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel41,440 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Couples
Don't miss a chance to visit this wonderful park, with its famous wooden palace and an awkward (yet cute) Volkswagen Beetle collection.
Don't miss the gorgeous bridge over the pond.
The place is totally calm and serene as not that many tourists visit it.
Written 26 March 2014
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Chuck B
Steilacoom, WA831 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Friends
We walked around the former Dusit Palace Park and Dusit Zoo today (November, 2019) The entire area is walled off on one side, but if you persist you can see the area. The enormous old park area has been razed and they are clearly getting ready to build something else. You can’t get in. The parliament building and Buddhist shrine are magnificent and worth the walk, though you are not allowed past the fence. The zoo and elephant museum closed permanently in the fall of 2018. Including the lake, the area is prime urban land and there must be some plans. We saw a flock of awesome very large (unidentified) birds and heard some whippoorwills. According to Ms. Google they are slowly relocating the zoo to Pathum Thani which is 27 kms. Away.
Written 22 November 2019
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Charn P
Bangkok, Thailand4,531 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Couples

The Dusit Park is the landscaped park linking the various key attractions in its area. The only enemy of the park is the strong sun since the park is not properly shaded with any sizable trees. In order to enjoy the park, the best time should be either early morning or late afternoon. If you are in your casual mood, an afternoon visit to the Dusit Zoo before stroll through the park may be a good combination. There are also Vimarn Mek Palace and Ananta Samakhom to combine with the walk as other option as well.
Written 3 January 2015
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JeffLeong
Singapore, Singapore3,604 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Couples
Dusit Palace Park is a sprawling area covering numerous heritage buildings designed in classical European grandeur or traditional styles. My wife and I visited on a cloudy day which is especially ideal to photograph the ornate architectural facades of the buildings and landscaped gardens.

The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is a statement of grandiose architecture from the Italian Renaissance era. Short walk away is Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall and Vimanmek Mansion. Expansive landscaped gardens link all the historical buildings. Strolling under the overcast sky was more enjoyable than on a sunny day but it still worked up a sweat. Still, there are many matured trees around to provide shade.

Walking around the grounds is free admission, as well as entries to exhibits in some of the buildings. Admission charges apply to Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall and Vimanmek Mansion. The main buildings can be swarmed with tourists who arrive by coaches and photo taking spots can be a test of patience and frustration in equal measures!
Written 19 July 2015
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Manuel_Porto
Porto, Portugal86 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
The Dusit Park is permanently close.
The Palace was also closed. Something is being developed in an adjacent area, but you may not see it from the street.
Written 5 January 2020
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brainthings
Bournemouth, UK96 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
Travelled across town thinking it would be a full day checking out all the sights of Dusit Park. But everything was closed and cordoned off apart from the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall. Which seemed slightly ironic given the advice not to believe anyone that the attraction you're going to is closed!
Still, not too bad as we had the ticket from Grand Palace to use which gets you into the Throne Hall. However due to an reported increased security and the high level of standard of dress required to visit a royal palace, this was a stressful visit all in all. Like someone else said - there is no land of smiles at this attraction!
If you are planning to visit the Throne Hall (the Art of the Kingdom exhibition is here and it was interesting to look round) do note that women are expected to wear long skirts and men must have long trousers. Anyone with shorts or cropped trousers must buy a sarong for 50 bhat. Which isn't much but it is non returnable and so quite frustrating if I'd just known in advance and dressed appropriately! So take note :) dress code is more strict than the Grand Palace.
Also be prepared to leave all your belongings in a small locker, no bags, sunglasses, hats, drinks are allowed into the exhibition and no bags allowed as you walk through the park.
I think I'd have enjoyed it more if I'd read some of the reviews first and was ready for the attitudes of the staff at the park.
Written 25 September 2016
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Александра
5 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Couples
It is closed for restoration for 4 years. Vimanmek is closed too. I was so bored. Do not waste your time
Written 14 January 2023
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scubabunny13
Seattle, WA20 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Couples
We walked most of the perimeter of the park and could not find anyway to access the park. The zoo is permanently closed and if there’s other areas open, it wasn’t obvious. Lots of construction going on, with no information of expected completion date. Skip it.
Written 26 September 2019
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Audray89
Montreal, Canada28 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Couples
After walking around for an hour along the perimeter without seeing a sign of any kind we finally asked a police officer. They were everywhere!
Everything in the area is closed he told us. No tourists allowed and we didn’t see any tourists.

He said the area was under construction ans didn’t know when it would be open. Again, no signs said anything about it being closed
Written 3 December 2018
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