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by: The Beat Asia
December 16, 2022
Ready your smartphones as different kinds of winter flowers are now in full bloom at Royal Ratchaphruek National Park in Chiang Mai, waiting for visitors to appreciate their beauty!
Dubbed as “Flora Festival,” the event will run until the end of February 2023. It aims to boost tourism in the northern part of Thailand as the country rebounds from COVID-19-related travel restrictions. The public can take pictures in the floral gardens and landscapes, featuring orchids, roses, pink cosmos, and many more.
Various activities are also lined up until next year, such as the sunset at Royal Pavilion (until Dec. 31 from 4:50 PM to 5:20 PM), the Night Light of Flora Fest (Dec. 23 to Jan. 2 from 5 PM to 8 PM), National Children’s Day (Jan. 14), and Valentine’s Day (Feb. 11 to 14).
Royal Ratchaphruek National Park is a 500-rai park that gathers a wide range of plants from all over the world. Entrance fee for locals is at THB100 or THB70 for children, the elderly, government officials, and students, while foreign tourists need to pay THB200 (adult) or THB150 (child). Entrance is free for persons with disability and children below 100 centimetres.
The park is open daily from 8 AM to 6 PM. For more information, visit their website or call 053-114110-2.
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