Rajamangala National Stadium Swimming Pool

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Rajamangala National Stadium Swimming Pool
1/1 Ramkhamhaeng, Hua Mak, Bang Kapi
Bangkok (Krung Thep), Bangkok 10240
(02) 319 9522

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Before 6 PM THB 50; From 6 PM to 8:30 PM THB 60. [January, 2018]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 8 lanes , covered , "a good swimming temperature year - round"
Pool 2
50m x 25m, 8 lanes , covered , water temperature not reported
Pool 3
20m x 18m diving pool , outdoors , unheated , water temperature not reported
One 1m diving board. (See "Notes", below.)


The Ramkhamhaeng University is to the West and the Ramkhamhaeng Hospital to the East. It's a large complex - find a location map (several throughout the complex) to find the pool. The nearest station is Hua Mak railway station (take a taxi from there).
13.75565, 100.62412

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

Pools 2 is in a separate enclosure, adjacent to Pool 1; the office is between the two.
Monday through Friday: 3:00 to 8:00 PM.
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 AM to noon and 3:00 to 8:00 PM
Closed on Thai holidays.
[June, 2016]
Pool 3, the diving pool, used to have 1m and 3m diving boards and 3m, 5m, 7.5m, and 10m platforms, all of which can be seen in the photographs associated with the Map Link, above. Unfortunately, the 3m boards have been removed entirely and the platform towers are starting to crumble. The 1m board is "still functioning", but we understand that all of the boards and platforms are closed permanently. [January, 2018]

Facility Reviews

Change room facilities are basic, but functional and clean. The pool staff speak basic, broken English - it may be best to get someone to relay your enquires in Thai.
These pools are among the few in Thailand with roofs, so it is wonderful during the hot summer months, as you can swim during the day without getting fried. The water can get a bit nippy in January and February though, without the sun to heat it (high 60s[F, high teens low 20s C]). [December, 2013]