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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...More
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...More
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...More
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.
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...More
The same entry as per royal gardens of 90 baht per adult, there was no one else there, very quiet, but the gardens are well present and the flowering plants in display impressive. The view to Myanmar was covered by haze, but you can see...More