Doi Chang Mub Arboretum

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richard h
159 contributions
Superb & beautiful birding site
Feb 2020 • Solo
Recently become famous in the birding world for the variety of rare thrushes that have turned up there, this beautiful horticultural site is fantastically maintained, though rather lacking in facilities. Right on the Myanmar border in the hills and surrounded by forest, the views are great. There is a market opposite the car park. I found accommodation about 20 mins drive back down the road, & there is a homestay nearer too.
Written March 8, 2020
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cloudbookclub
Bangkok, Thailand3 contributions
Best trip for our family this year!
Feb 2019
Traveling with boys to see flowers is challenging. But with talented young local guides help us to enjoy the story behind each part of the garden. Fruits, flowers, birds and insects becoming more interesting when someone can explain them well.
Written October 8, 2019
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M. R.
Hong Kong, China710 contributions
Not thrilled about the park
Oct 2019 • Couples
The Arboretum is nothing impressive, but if you head on the road that goes up, you’ll find a lovely village right at the border with Burma which is called Ban Pha Hi. It has amazing views and a unique hilltribe feel.
Written October 6, 2019
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Sitihaya'z C
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Doi Chang Mub Arboretum
Aug 2018 • Friends
Mae Fah Luang National Park Or a thousand years rose garden A place that collects over 2 hundred thousand thousand thousand roses Flowering for viewing throughout the year. But the winter is the most blooming, nature creates the most precious gift from this world. Resulting in beauty under a variety of places, landscapes and cultural lifestyles Through the perspective of the rural people's way of life And all the nature around you
Written March 20, 2019
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Edlileung
Hong Kong, China842 contributions
Associated visit
Sep 2018 • Couples
Because we brought the set tickets in Doi Tung Royal Villa, after the Villa and the Royal Garden, we drove for 15 minutes in visiting this garden. I consider this is not worth after seeing the Royal Garden before, it is a bit aged garden with not much to see. Only one staff in selling and checking the tickets. Going to the toilet is free but you have to change their slippers, it seems to avoid making the toilets dirty, (save the trouble for staff), the entire garden, yes, huge, not particular pretty. Seasonal flowers were growing yet orchids were not present. Shops opposite thd street were quiet. If you got plenty of time, you got your own transport, you can still take a look over there, for me, not recommended.
Written September 27, 2018
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Mr_Nobody_1979
Krakow, Poland3,977 contributions
Garden in the sky
Jun 2018 • Couples
Located high on top of a hill, during rainy season, this garden is sometimes covered in the mist. During our visit, we were the only people there. Quite a variety of plants, sadly just few of them labeled. Nice terrace with a splendid view over the plains. After rain, trail becomes quite slippery, so watch your step.
Written June 20, 2018
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reoku68
Bangkok, Thailand307 contributions
Doi Chang Mubarak Arboretum
Feb 2018 • Solo
Doi Chang Mubarak Arboretum or Mae Fah Luang Arboretum has many rare species of flowers, especially Millennium Roses. The variety of plants from many countries in Asia, Europe, North America and Australia are gathered here. It was planted until the beautiful flowers here. In the early January – February, it became one of the most beautiful forest because of flower bloom.
Written February 28, 2018
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Del H
Romford, UK103 contributions
Wow - even out of season
Nov 2017
A lovely walk amidst the clouds.

From the moment you walk in until you reluctantly depart your eyes feast upon the spectacular views and well tended flowers. A true delight.

Not wheelchair friendly.
Written November 15, 2017
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jackkoh
singapore115 contributions
Border mountain viewpoint, MaiSae Road, 100meter from the arboretum (garden)
Oct 2017 • Couples
Beautiful mountain lookout.
Manage by the military guarding the border between Thailand and Burma. It's open to public.
Few visitors are aware of this location.
Just 100 meters further from the entrance of the Doi Chang Ma Faung Arboretum.
Written November 4, 2017
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Steve N
Cambridge, UK25 contributions
Really special
Aug 2017 • Family
It's off the beaten track and the first attempt to get there was aborted as a land slide blocked the road. However this place really is a gem. We arrived at about 10am on a Friday morning and had the entire place to ourselves. It's just a really beautiful garden and extremely peaceful. You really don't have to know anything about plants (I don't) to appreciate the colours, the arrangements and the sheer variety. My teenage daughter grumbled a bit but even she liked the climbs and the views. Truly a hidden gem and highly recommended.
Written August 4, 2017
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