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We stopped at the intersection of two roads leading to doi Tung from the high way and were packed politely into the back of a truck to bring us up to Doi Tung.
Did not expect the place to be so well set up. We...More
Found this place by accident and were we surprised , ending up spending about 5 hrs there just wandering through the gardens , watching our girls go in the Zip lines and tree walk , although small they had great fun . The display of...More
You could visit both the palace and the garden using a single ticket, but we chose to enter only the garden.
If we have to describe the garden in one word, it would be this: “beautiful.”
I’ll let the pictures do the talking...
I visited there on September 16. It’s my second visit there.Doi Tung is one of the peaceful highland which located at near Mae Sai,northern Thailand and Myanmar-Thailand border. The most famous places in Doi Tung is Mae Falung garden and Doi Tung Royal Villa. But...More
This poor village turned into thriving community is one of main attractions of Chiang Rai province. Located high on top of the hill (most famous attractions at least), it offers variety of places to see ranging from royal Villa, museum and gardens to local market...More
I first visited Doi Tung more than ten years ago and this is my second time. This place is always in my mind. It’s very amazing. Nice people, nice food, nice garden, nice atmosphere, extremely nice museum. We can learn sustainability concept here. I am...More
The gardens are beautiful. We also did the "Walk in the Trees". It was only about a 15 minute walk, but was interesting and fun. Wear pants or long shorts as they buckle you into a harness. Be prepared- the drive is steep!