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279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more


The Royal Household Bureau has revealed a mock-up of King Rama IX Memorial Park, or Nang Loeng Public Park, under the royal initiative of His Majesty King Rama X and Her Majesty the Queen. The 279-rai public park in the heart of Bangkok is expected to be completed in 2024.

It will be a source of learning about royal initiatives by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother through the knowledge of forests and natural water systems.

The memorial park will also feature a royal monument of King Rama IX, with design elements such as a pond and a bridge in the shape of the Thai number 9.

279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more 279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more The park reflects the principles of sustainable water management and natural forest with more than 4,500 trees to create a sustainable ecosystem. It will also have exercise equipment, activity areas and various facilities as well as learning centres.

279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more 279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more A part of the park has been designed to help collect water during Bangkok’s flood crisis.

The park was originally a former racecourse.

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279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more 279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more 279-rai King Rama IX Memorial Park will have a sustainable ecosystem, learning centres, activity areas and more

Published : November 18, 2021

By : THE NATION