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Possible to get a picnic organized in Bangkok

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Hi

My wife and I are going to Thailand (Bangkok and Samui) on vacation and it will be right after my wife's birthday. I was thinking about taking my wife out for a nice dinner but she also has a thing for picnics. So I was thinking that maybe it would be romantic to have a picnic organized in Bangkok..e.g. in Lumpini park. Obviously I will not be bringing our picnic stuff...but is it possible to get something like this set up? It would require some nice food, some drinks, some flowers, some candles etc...is this achievable...or am I just taking a risk as May is the start of the monsoon season. I guess it can end in failure if it starts pouring down :d

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Gard
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