The Best Street Art in Bangkok? Chalermla Park

I love street art, I especially love the street art in Bangkok, and now I have found a new favourite place to see it – Chalermla Park.

Bangkok has so many hidden street art gems that it’s hard to know where to start this is the place you should head to first if you are setting out to look for it…

Charlermla Park Street Art

Chalermla Park is a street artist fans Mecca or St.Peter’s Basilica, a small open park with wall to wall street art.

Chalermla Park Street Art

I had seen photographs of it as well as read about it on other blogs and websites but had never got around to going myself – boy, do I wish I had got here sooner! A lot of the art dates back to 2016 and the Bukruk Festival. Artists from all over the world were invited to Bangkok to paint at various locations around the city. Many of the art still adorns the walls around Bangkok, but Chalermla Park was the centrepiece to the festival.

A Stairway To Street Art Heaven

Alex Face from Thailand was one of the artists invited to paint in the park, and his work is now popping up all over the globe. Chalermla Park is home to pieces by Alex (the iconic small child in a rabbit outfit).

Alex Face Street Art Chalermla Park

Nowhere in this park is safe from the spray canister. Some of the art is on the side of peoples houses, even covering windows in some cases. It must be the Thai equivalent of having a Banksy on the side of your home.

The art work hits you from all sides and at every angle!

The colours are a barrage for your eyes!

Ever Changing Walls

One of the aspects I love about the park is that new art is being painted over older pieces regularly by the looks of things. I specifically wanted to see some a piece by an artist called Gap Nicha, but it had was sadly covered with new work. But my sadness was short-lived as I realised that this is how street art should be – constantly evolving and fresh.

Urban Art

If it’s your first time here and want to see more Bangkok street art, follow this link – Bangkok Street Art

The park is a two-minute walk from Ratchathewi BTS station and is open from 5.30 am – 7 pm every day.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Rivergirl says:

    These really are some talented graphics artists and must be something to see in person. I’m rather liking the skeleton fish this time around…

    1. Yep that fish is pretty impressive in real
      life too. I can’t get over how much street art there is here!

      1. Rivergirl says:

        It’s marvelous. So colorful, vibrant…. and alive. Love that they have a park dedicated to it.

  2. So I had to ask the husband what a “Banksy” is. He asked me if I’d been living in a cave and then told me Banksy was a s/he, not an “it.” Just watched the footage of his self-shredding painting at Sotheby’s. Genius way to have the last word. So anyway, now I know who Banksy is. Thank you.

  3. I love the photos you took of this place. 👍

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