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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.
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Stopped by here after sunrise at Mon Chaem. It is a very beautiful place to visit. I wish I had more than the 1 hour I had free to spend there you need about 2 hours at least. Great for photos of a large assortment...More
A good place to relax and just walk around the garden park to appreciate various plants and flowers.
Educational and entertaining. Maybe 2hours max in this place.
Place is well maintained and the plants and flowers were organized into thematic green houses like: cactus, tropical,...More
Great way to spend your day or afternoon. Lots of different gardens to view. Some displays are more natural looking than others. Getting around on foot is possible but you would need the while day and some fitness. We had a motorbike which was perfect...More
About an hour's drive from Chiang Mai on a rented scooter, the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is a haven of quiet, peace and abundant, luxurious vegetation.
Lots of greenhouses with plants organized by type and environment. Fantastic very humid "rainforest" greenhouse with orchids, ferns, etc....More
The Botanic Garden is actually a series of gardens and greenhouses, with a large variety of plants. The canopy walk is a lovely walk through the treetops with views of the mountains surrounding the area. There is a per person and per vehicle fee, and...More
We had taken an Uber drive and the driver took us to the top where we bought some plants (rosemary) and lots of seeds. After, we strolled down, trying to avoid the masses of children on excursions (this made us miss the tree walk: the...More
We heard about the botanical gardens from a few locals who often would go up with their kids on the weekends, and we decided to visit. The weather was perfect for a visit with cool temperatures, clear skies and sunshine. They recently completed their canopy...More
Entering into the park there is a 100 baht per person plus 100 baht for a vehicle fee. Its well worth the trip out to the gardens there is a large variety of plants. Some very well looked after displays and some other displays which...More
We took the walking bridge over the trees for a good part of a kilometre to view the scenery and trees. It was quite impressive.
Later we drove the car several hundred metres up the mountain to visit the botanical gardens. Everything was neatly labeled...More