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The Queen Sirkit Botanic Garden is one of the most renowned gardens in Thailand and a major hub for scientific research. Visitors can view beautiful Thai orchids and palms while walking around the expansive grounds.
All reviews canopy walk natural science museum orchid house carnivorous plants rose garden plant lovers water lilies stunning gardens chiang mai beautiful place to visit plant life worth the effort own transport pay baht entrance fee take your time well worth the visit
Do not go here unless you have transport to take you to the top of the garden or you are fit enough to walk up. We were staying about a 30 minute walk from the Botanic Garden so we walked there. On arrival I was...More
A bit further up from the many tourist attractions is this fantastic, huge park - quiet frankly: Best of it is the entrance fee - a tiny amount for such a great place. The trail above the trees with fantastic view over the valley and...More
There are so many places to explore in here from the treetop walk to buildings with different ecologies in them. The orchids and other flowers were incredible. You can drive from area to area for people less able to walk distances. There is a restaurant...More
amazing place. so many beautiful flowers and trees.
and a canope bridge walking is a must. the bridge is above the trees in a real jungle forest. Kids just loved it
the place is huge. you drive form station to station, get off the car...More
I'm 70 in reasonable health but not particularly fit. I find the emphasis on cars quite misleading. I walked the whole route- sure it's a bit steep in places but just take it slowly.
Highlight for me was the "nature trail" through all the vegetation...More
This is one place whilst in Chiang Mai that is well worth a visit. Although we were there on a rainy day, we did have our ponchos to get from building to building There is certainly a lot to see and a lot of time...More