Project / 2nd Quarter 2021

Chao Phraya Sky Park

Aerial view of the sky park

A portion of an abandoned electric train track has been transformed into an elevated green pedestrian bridge overlooking the Chao Phraya River. For 30 years, the unfinished structure between Phra Pok Klao Bridge withstood the elements and served as a reminder of the old Lavalin Skytrain project, which was abandoned in 1992. Today the concrete beams and pillars have been given a new lease on life as they become the support structures of the Chao Phraya Skypark, dubbed the world’s first garden bridge.

With a price tag of 122 million baht, the sky park costs less than the proposed 7.8 billion baht ($250 million) Garden Bridge project over the River Thames in London. The green pedestrian bridge connects the existing park on both sides—King ...

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