Category: Flowers & Gardens

1 June 2013 – 31 August 2013 Venue : Pa Hin Ngam National Park, Amphoe Thep Sathit, Chaiyaphum province, Thailand. Activities : Enjoy beautiful rock gardens, a naturally–changed and imaginarily–shaped rock forest of over a million years old, performances, and distribution of Chaiyaphum’s products, white, green and pinkish–purple Dok Krachiao fields, Namtok Sai Thong, also, Pha Ham Hot…

Glistening vistas of frozen dew, masses of cold air and fog have attracted thousands of tourists to the national parks and resorts in the highlands of this northern town and several other provinces in Thailand’s North and Northeast. At Doi Inthanon National Park on the famed Inthanon mountain, Thailand’s highest stands in dignity at 2,330…

The Botanical Garden Organization, under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, is organizing a Botanic Garden Fair in celebration of His Majesty the King’s Birthday, 5 December 2012. The nine-day fair, the third of its kind, takes place at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden in Mae Rim district, Chiang Mai province, from 1-9 December 2012.…

Chiang Mai Flower Festival

Title: Chiang Mai Flower Festival Location: Chiang Mai Description: If you are obsessed with beautiful flowers and decorative plants, this is the festival for you. Experience these beautiful flower-decorated floats and a magnificent tapestry of floral splendor that blankets the land. There are also agricultural exhibitions, floral contents, and product sales by local groups of…

World’s Exotic Lotuses to Be Displayed at Chiang Mai Horticulture Expo

Lovers of the plant kingdom, members of the travel trade, consumers, agro-scientists, conservationists, and all those keen to help tackle global warming, climate change, and similar looming challenges of the 21st century, will find that the place to be is at Thailand’s greatest garden show, the International Horticultural Exposition Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011. Held in…

Thai tourism yet unhurt by floods, Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011 will not be postponed

The Minister of Tourism and Sports said the current flooding situation has not affected Thailand’s tourism yet. The International Horticultural Exposition Royal Floral Ratchaphruek 2011 will not be postponed, as a result. Mr Chumpol Silpa-archa, Minister of Tourism and Sports, claimed that other countries had issued only low-level travel warnings about Thailand’s flooding for their…