Rommaninat Park or spelt Romaneenart Park (Thai: สวนรมณีนาถ, lit: "park of woman who was regent"), commonly known as Khuk Kao (คุกเก่า, lit: "old prison") is a public park in Bangkok. Located between Siriphong and Maha Chai Roads, Samran Rat Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District between Giant Swing, Wat Suthat and Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre. The total area is about 29 rai (round about 11 acres).
The park is located on the former site of Klong Prem Prison (เรือนจำคลองเปรม), built on the royal initiative of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in 1890, later in 1972 renamed to Bangkok Remand Prison (เรือนจำพิเศษกรุงเทพ). Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn (later King Maha Vajiralongkorn (Rama X)) presided over the official opening of Rommaninat Park and Corrections Museum on August 17, 1999.
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just4fun ! | Feb 11, 2018
Located on Siripong Road near Wat Suthat, this park has a number of water features and fountains, basketball courts, a playground, weight lifting area, some benches and lots of shady trees and greenery. It was built on the site of the old city jail and part of the old guard tower and a wall was retained as part of the architectural design of the park. Next to the park is the Corrections Museum.
Jaemoon Park | Dec 13, 2017
comfortable and quite due to very few tourists
Rudthapol Sirichoompun | Dec 29, 2016
One of the great park nearby, small-medium size. Enjoy workout here a lot.
Lert Prema | Feb 6, 2018
Christopher Snyder | Feb 28, 2017
Great city park near Bangkok's Chinatown
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