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Tweechol Botanic Garden

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Tweechol Botanic Garden

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Suan Lahu Coffee and Tribal Experience from Chiang Mai
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Suan Lahu Coffee and Tribal Experience from Chiang Mai

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Enjoy a day in the mountains of Northern Thailand on this private day trip from Chiang Mai to Suan Lahu, a coffee farm run by members of the local Lahu tribe. Discover the production of organic coffee, enjoy tastings, help out on the plantation and visit the village where most of the workers live. By providing a hands-on way to learn about and be part of Lahu culture, this private tour is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of a group of local people while also enjoying the scenic countryside.
$172.67 per adult
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Emma H wrote a review Aug 2020
Hua Hin, Thailand19 contributions19 helpful votes
What a find! I don't understand why this place is not talked about more in Chiang Mai. The gardens are beautiful and there is so much to see. Different types of plants, amazing topiary animals, live animals including camels and ostriches, peddle-boats, children's play park, and a maze. You can go around in a golf buggy or hire bicycles. There is an excellent buffet restaurant for lunch in the same grounds with Thai, Western, Japanese foods. An excellent place for families but even our teenage son loved riding the bike around freely.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kellise wrote a review Mar 2020
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom91 contributions49 helpful votes
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We explored the gardens as we were guests in the hotel. Reduced staff due to Covid - 19 but they had managed to keep on top and the areas were maintained. Worth a visit if you are in the area or stopping in the hotel
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Barbara Nugent wrote a review Oct 2019
Chiang Mai, Thailand2 contributions
Such a beautiful setting for whatever reason you can dream of. Club had a mexi-feed here, catered by Dukes. Mmm Olé! Clean facilities before and after the deluge swamped us. Pleasant atmosphere includes a small petting farm, aviary and topiary garden. Out-of-town guests will not want to leave this shangri-la.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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misssunbeamlv wrote a review Oct 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada78 contributions11 helpful votes
What a find! It is a spectacular, all inclusive place to visit. There are peddle boats, a zoo, maze, waterfall, museum and an exhibit pertaining to the Lanna culture. We visited on a Thursday and had the place to ourselves. It exceeded our expectations and it a great place to spend a half or full day. Due to its size, there is a free shuttle that will take you around (we didn't use it) or you can rent bikes or a golf cart to travel around. Each area is definitely worth a stop, but some will require more time than others. You can bring your own bike; however, there is an additional charge (which I think is a little ridiculous). The entrance fee is 86 baht (less than $3 USD). Even if you are in Chiang Mai, it is worth the trip! There are also 3 restaurants on property (outside of the garden), so there's no need to rush your visit. The restaurants are clean, reasonably priced, attractive and the food was good.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Amelia wrote a review Aug 2019
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Must visit this truly beautiful botanical garden that has been delicately built and maintained with so much tenderness, meticulousness and dedication. Don’t just stick to the tram but make sure to wander around leisurely to enjoy its full beauty of this healing sanctuary.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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