Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden was built and named after Queen Sirikit to celebrate her 60th birthday on the 12th of August 1992. It is part of the larger Chatuchak Park complex and is connected to the next-door Wachira Benjathat Park, which share the same theme of being ‘jungles in the city’, providing open green areas within the capital. Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden is ranked as one of Thailand’s best botanical gardens and is part of the Chatuchak Learning Centre, which spreads over the three connecting parks (Chatuchak Park, Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden and Wachira Benjathat Park).
Opening Hours : Daily from 05.30 hrs. - 18.30 hrs. Museum Open Tuesday - Saturday from 08.30 hrs. - 16.30 hrs. For more information, call : 0 2272 4374 How to Get There : SkyTrain to Mo Chit Station (N8) and leave via exit No.1 or 3 and walk through Chatuchak Park, or take public transport along Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road.