Know the rules for taking your doggo to Benjakitti Park
Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yay! Dogs are finally allowed in Benjakitti. But mind your pooch.
City Hall has let the dogs out at Benjakitti Park with the official opening of its new pooch-friendly area.
Downtown dog pals have a place to take their best friends—on a leash—at the popular public park after the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration agreed to create a small area where dogs can walk, and of course, poop.
Given that this is a City Hall project, there are of course unnecessarily complex rules.
The first rule of dog park is simple: Only dogs are allowed. The park is open 5am to 9pm.
The second rule of dog park is that people must register using a Google Form in semi-English or check in their dogs to use it. Dogs will be issued dog codes.
One can not simply walk into dog park, as a security guard will be checking for proof of registration or check in.
Finally, owners must carry bags and immediately scoop their poop and throw it in a bin.
The dog park does have a “dog toilet” area to facilitate this.
Find it near the main entrance on Ratchadaphisek Road or the community gate at the end of Soi Sukhumvit 10.
This article was originally published with BK media partner Coconuts Bangkok.