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The Ratchaphruek Flower Gardens are a must-see when visiting the Chiang Mai area. The expansive gardens are incredibly picturesque. Bike rentals are available and, for less active travelers, an electric bus is available to take you around.
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This park is located near Wat Phra That Doi Kham and Chiang Mai night safari. So maybe you should combine Royal Park Rjapruek, Wat Phra That Doi Kham in the afternoon and Night Safari in the evening. The entry fee is 200 THB and they offer...More
Went there yesterday with my Thai wife, the entrance fee was
100 baht per person
200 baht a couple
Free, monks disabled and children
Over 60 years old 70 baht.
I am a 65 year old farang and and so the price was 200 baht,...More
We visited the park on 25/11/18 at around 3.30pm . It is about a 30minutes easy drive form Chiang Mai town centre .
The flowers were beautiful , especially the lavenders and the orchids . There are trams , free of charge, to take visitors...More
Great way to spend a few hours in reasonably quiet location , on the day we visited i think there must have been only 100 to 120 people in the whole park , and this was a Saturday morning .
arrange a red songtaew to...More
We enjoyed a really lovely visit to these gardens, which are a credit to the area. Our visit took a whole day because we really like to walk around to see as much as we can. We were particularly impressed by the orchid garden which...More
I first visited several years ago when it was the site of an International Flower and Garden Festival when many nations sponsored their traditional gardens. The Park is situated to the south of the city off route 121 (ring road) and is adjacent to the...More
The Royal Park is well worth a visit. We travelled there by 'grab car' from Chiang Mai, it cost 140 baht. Entrance fee to the park was 200 baht per person. Not expensive compared to National Trust fees back in the UK. You need to...More
A tribute built for the King and not a Buddhist temple. Beautiful landscaped grounds on a gently sloping site with the Royal temple at the initial summit. A further walk will take you to a Buddhistbtemple above the park which is perhaps well worth the...More
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My sincere apologies for late answer as I have been away on my travels. To be honest I never saw any bicycles in the park or at reception. There is a free shuttle bus running every few minutes which you can hop on and off... More
My sincere apologies for late answer as I have been away on my travels. To be honest I never saw any bicycles in the park or at reception. There is a free shuttle bus running every few minutes which you can hop on and off. You can hire a golf cart but i do not know the cost.