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Well laid out gardens covering a large area. The gardens are divided into sections by plant types. Without transport getting around could prove difficult.
If in the area and you have an interest in plants a visit is well worth while, allow at least 2...More
The Royal Agricultural Station is well designed offering tourists both a learning experience and a pleasurable walk/drive through the projects. The area is divided into different "gardens" - bonsai, English rose, sakura, plum, etc. One can either drive through at leisure or take the project...More
Beautiful garden with best ozone. Walk around here will make you relaxing. There are room for stay here and comfortable. Restaurant is perfect with Buffet food of Thai Lanna Style. Really Enjoy.Recommend to take your family in winter season.
When the late King Rama IX visited this area near Chiang Mai in the 1960s he found hill tribes engaged in opium production, driven by poverty and fear. Over the last 50 years this initiative has seen those same tribes adopt horticulture of temperate crops,...More
The main road from Chai Prakan to Ang Klang (past the 107) is closed for repairs. The diversion took us 2 hours, when it would otherwise have taken 45 mins.
Landslides make the diversion very dangerous in the wet.
Ok, warning over.
Fantastic views from...More
We have visied numerous other Royal Garden projects throughout Thailand and this one in Angkhang was absolutely one of the most magnificent garden parks that we have experienced! The grounds are extensive and require a car to drive to all of the various locations of...More
This is well worth a visit, it is amazing to see the variety of things that can be grown in this region. The bonsai garden was amazing. There is a lovely village at the entrance where the food is very good.