These green public spaces not only provide better access to nature and a cultural connection for residents, but are also developments that are sustainable and benefit everyone, leaving no one behind. The “Floating Park” is created with plants, trees, an exhibition and children’s playground.
Its also the stage for “Music in The (Floating) Park” where on Friday 2 February at 5:00pm, Kamala Sukosol, Noi Krissada Sukosol Clapp and Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi will be performing songs from their newly recorded album, “River is Life”.
Friday, February 2, 2018, 17:00 at the CAT Telecom Pier on the Chao Phraya River (behind The Grand Postal Building)
4:00pm Registration and view art installations and exhibitions along the Pier.
4:30pm Hop on the “Floating Park”, walk through the garden and enjoy a photography exhibition showing “Life Along The River”.
5:00pm “River is Life” Mini-Concert by Kamala Sukosol and Family.
5:30pm Discussion and exchange of ideas.
Visitors can view the “Floating Park” daily during Bangkok Design Week (January 27 to February 4) at the CAT Telecom Pier, behind The Grand Postal Building, from 11:00 to 18:00 or at Lhong 1919 from 18:00 to 20:00. (Please note visitors are permitted on the “Floating Park” whilst it is anchored at the Pier or anchored at Lhong 1919; unfortunately, visitors are not permitted on the “Floating Park” whilst it moves from one pier to another)
If you would like to visit via boat, please disembark at Si Phaya Pier and walk to the CAT Telecom Pier.