Beautiful Flower Gardens to Visit in Thailand

If your planning to visit Thailand seeking something special, then it’s not a bad idea to head to their beautiful gardens. The gardens will leave you amazed at the stunning Thai flower gardens.

Most gardens can be situated in Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai provinces. The mountain ranges in these provinces provide the perfect fertile soil for any flowering plants and trees you can imagine. There are even garden areas that are visible on beach sides or even in urban areas. There is the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is one of the stunning gardens of Chiang Mai. The garden has 12 greenhouses, numerous paths for nature and stunning waterfalls. The garden showcases Thailand’s diversity and never ending forest reforestation. Dokmai Garden is a botanical landscape in Chian Mai. It is owned privately by The Seehamongkol Family and it was open to the public in January of 2009. The garden features a variety of lines of unnamed flowers and the plants. The restaurant is available to people who are hungry or want coffee after spending all day in the stunning garden. Also, there is a bookshop for those who love antiques and gardening literature. Dong Tung is the garden of Chiang Rai province. The garden was once the residence of the Thai Princess Mother. It’s a Swiss- European themed garden. Its Mae Fa Lung Garden is just a few kilometers below the Mae Fa Lung Garden, which is brimming of tropical flowers as well as European ones.

In Rayon, the Sopha Botanical Garden merges beachside with the traditional theme of gardens. This garden houses the largest range of Thai plants, trees and teak tree houses. The Nong Nooch tropical garden to the contrary is an oasis situated right in the center of Pattaya, a famous and popular beach located in Thailand. It is a place to look around and admire the biggest collection of orchids, cycads and palms. There are many other garden areas in Thailand that have different designs.

It is impossible to get bored with Thailand because of the numerous gardens that you can explore. These gardens bear witness to the Thais passion for nature. In the constant effort of conserving and increasing their diversity, we can say that this can last for quite a time.