If you have a half day, you need to visit this place. There are many kinds of plant and beautiful landscape.
About Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden
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You can enjoy a variety of plantings from the orchid house through the ginger garden (with a variety of plants related to the ginger) and even succulents, all with a natural backdrop. Good value lunch is available near the glass houses but don't bother with...More
We visited the botanic garden because we saw beautiful pictures taken from the newly opened canopy walkway and we were not disappointed. The canopy walkway took us some 400 metres into the mountain where the surrounding scenic and lush green view was very beautiful and...More
From the canopy walk across the rainforest to the sculpted gardens and greenhouses with exotic flowers, there are many colors and varieties of plants, settings and scenery.
QUEEN SIRIKIT BOTANIC GARDEN A visit to the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden definitely expands the blossoming potentials of venturing through exquisite Thailand. And as a side note, the RoyalGarden, as I refer to it, has a twenty-five year track record of expanding botanical research. This...More
If you are a plant lover, you will love this quiet and green oasis away from Chiang Mai traffic. Lots of glasshouses with gorgeous plants, including stunning water lillies. We took a tuk tuk which couldn't then drive us up to the top of the...More
Please set your goal here, there's a lot of interesting things to be found. Ticket is so cheap. Nice weather. The bridge in the Forest is superb! I wish there will be more place like this in Thailand.
The botanical gardens are huge (plan accordingly). I recommend them if you like plants because they have every plant that you can think of. If plants are not your thing, considering how far from the city the gardens are located, better skip it.
I enjoyed the skywalks through the tree canopy and the mountain setting of the gardens. The girls loved the aquatic vegetation and flowers, as well as exotic plants. Got lots of great pictures too. Could have spent several hours if you want to see everything...More