Bangkok, Thailand

Phuttha Monthon: Run By the World’s Tallest Buddha Statue!

This is a large Buddhist park in the Phutthamonthon District, 30 km west of Bangkok. It is highlighted by a 15.87 m (52 ft) high Buddha statue by Corrado Feroci, which may be the tallest free-standing Buddha statue in the world. There’s also an important building containing the entire Buddhist canon engraved in 1418 marble stelas.

The park has a 2.5 km path, which is great for running. There are plenty of trees, good views, and some water around.

Essentials
  • 2.5 km running path
  • Possible to get there by bus

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Nathapon chantaraseno
1 month ago

I am Thai runner. I often run in This place. you may be wrong about the Route which is not 2.5 km. But It is 6-12 Km within the park depend on which way you go. It is scenic route with large lake and forest atmosphere. and also rectagular running path is exactly 8 km around the park. there are food stall on the weekend, also allow fast bike ride everyday.

also having connecting bridge to Mahidol university which having running route in the herb garden with nice resevoir

Essentials
  • 2.5 km running path
  • Possible to get there by bus