Thailand Day 7: King’s Park

Honestly, I don’t know what day this happened to be.  There were days where I did more Instagramming versus dSLR photographs. This post ends my dSLR shots. I already regret not getting more, but there is always that conflict between photographing and being present that I have to battle.  Sometimes just soaking it in won the day.  In reality, I don’t regret that.

Right across from our second hotel is The King’s Park.  It is a gorgeous, albeit roasting, green space in Prawet District. It’s far better to visit in the early morning hours, but as schedule would have it we visited in the afternoon.  Umbrellas provided us a little relief from the sun, but we were soaked with sweat. I was.  I should probably only speak for myself.

King's Park

Monstrous Lily Pads

You may feel tempted to play a little Frogger on these like I was.

King's Park

Groundskeepers

As hot as it is, the groundskeepers dress like this to protect themselves from the sun.

King's Park

Beautiful scenery

There is much more to see here than I captured. During our years here we would have a picnic, ride paddle boats, and stroll through the gardens.  I love the serenity and secrets of nature hidden here.

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  1. Those are amazing lily pads, wow!!
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  2. Seriously??!!??? Lily pads??!!?? I’m afraid to see the size of the frogs! 🙂 Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

  3. I love quiet green spaces like this… and wow those lily pads!I don’t think I’ve even seen them that huge…

  4. Oh my those Lilly pads are amazing….I am loving all your images from your trip

    Mollyxxx
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  5. What a wonderful tranquil place!
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