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Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden
Established in the lush mountains of Doi Pui-Suthep on the Mae Rim-Samoeng road, this spectacular gardens could not be in a more splendid setting. Three major streams in the area converge into one, providing year round water, and the regional climate in this mountainous area is ideally suited to the project. In the early years, Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden was visited by directors and administrators from renowned botanical gardens around the world who unanimously gave their support to the project and over the years it has developed into a truly world class establishment.
The first true botanical garden in the country, the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden also serves as a centre of botanical studies and research. The highlight here is the Glasshouse Complex, comprised of four exhibition conservatories and eight display glasshouses. Plants are grouped together according to their environmental conditions, and the houses are each monitored to control light, humidity and ventilation. Plants are well labelled in Thai and English.
The other areas of the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden include the Arboreta, Natural Science Museum, Climber Collection, Thai Orchid Nursery and Rock Garden. There are numerous walking trails in this expansive area, as well as plenty of shaded places to relax. All areas are well signposted in English and Thai. The river also runs through the grounds, providing some lovely spots. This is arguably the best value for money attraction in the area. Facilities include a restaurant, first-aid station, souvenir shops and toilets. This garden open daily from 08:30 to 17:00.
 
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