Lumphini park, Thailand’s first public park, was built in the 1920’s. It is located right in the middle of Bangkok city and covers about 58 hectares of land. The land belonged to King Rama VI and was refurbished and opened to public in 1952. Visitors can spot 30 different species of birds, monitor lizards and tortoises by the lake and at the bird watching area. It is a great place to work out and relax one’s mind. This park is believed to welcome over 10,000 visitors daily.
In this Learning Experience, you will learn about how photosynthesis and respiration work together. Apart from that, you will also learn more about how our daily activities may affect our rate of respiration. This Learning Experience is suitable for lower secondary students, year 1-3.