Kru A-ngoon Park

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This green space located in Thonglor area belonged to “Kru A-ngoon Malik” who has fought for justice for farmers. She was also the first creator of hand puppets which she made and gave to children. Today, the park is managed by the Mirror Foundation and is where the public can come to make donations, volunteers can meet, and the general public can freely hold discussions about child welfare, society, and arts and culture. Though Kru A-ngoon has passed away, the art of puppet-making is still kept alive in order to bring joy to children.

MICE Activities

  • Learn how to make hand puppets from waste and how to put on a puppet show for children
  • Learn about volunteer projects and CSR activities
  • Organize meetings in a green space in the heart of Thonglor area
  • Donate items and offer a skill-sharing platform

MICE Checklists

  • Fits 100 pax
  • Suitable for M and I
  • Meetings can be held at the U-Classroom and in the park

Nearby Attractions

  • Eight Thonglor
  • Seen Space
  • ARDEL's Third Place Gallery
  • Science Center for Education
  • Bangkok Mediplex