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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Royal Flora Ratchaphruek (Royal Flora Garden) Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Royal Flora Ratchaphruek is a flower festival held 1 November 2006 to 31 January 2007 in Chiang Mai. It is a grand celebration hosted by the Royal Thai Government as a tribute to King Bhumipol (the world's longest reigning monarch) for his Majesty's Diamond Jubilee Celebration- 60th year ascension on the throne.

After the celebration, the Royal Flora Garden turned to be a favorite spot for tourist. The garden covers about 180 acres of site in the city of Chiang Mai with spectacle of 2200 species of tropical flowers and 2.5 million tropical plants.


Royal Flora Ratchaphruek (Royal Flora Garden) Chiang Mai, Thailand
It's a huge park that we can't possibly view everything if we were to walk- Got to go on the buggy rides!


The Ho Kham Royal Pavilion
The centerpiece of the park , Royal Pavilion a stunning building with attractive designation and a stunning sculptures. There are artworks on the wall dedicated to the King for his contributions as a leader to the country.


Constructed with exquisite Lanna (Northern Thai) style. The view of ivory white Singha and other sculptures are just beautiful.

Do visit if you have any plans to Chiang Mai!

Do you know?
Ratchaphruek - is the national flower of Thailand. It's yellow in color. Perhaps Google helps??

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