The 98-rai park, built by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)’s Environment Department’s Green Bangkok project, aims to give Bangkokians a new place for exercise and rest.
As per the project, BMA hopes each resident in the capital will have at least 10 square metres of greenery by 2030.
Silapasuay Raweesangsoon, BMA’s permanent secretary, visited the park on Wednesday and presided over the planting of trees and rice.
The land for the park was provided by businessman Vichai Kanchanasevee.
Published : June 03, 2021
By : The Nation