Gardens are a must If you’re planning your trip to Thailand. It will amaze you by the gorgeous Thai gardens – get more info?

Most gardens can be found on Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai provinces. The mountains in these provinces create the perfect breeding grounds for all the species of flowers and plants you can imagine. There are some garden areas that are visible at the shore or within the city. The Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is one of the stunning gardens of Chiang Mai. It is home to 12 green houses, nature trails and numerous breath taking waterfalls that will surely refresh the soul. The garden showcases Thailand’s diversity and endless forest reforestation. Dokmai Garden in Chian Mai is a botanic garden. It is owned privately through family members from the Seehamongkol Family and it was accessible to the public in January 2009. The garden is dotted with rows of plants and flowers with names that are not in the garden. The restaurant caters to hungry visitors as well as coffee to end an exhausting day walking across the gorgeous garden. It also has a bookstore for people who enjoy garden literature and antiques. Dong Tung, the province of Chiang Rai’s gardens. The garden used to be the place of residence for the Thai princess mother. It is a Swissgarden with a European theme garden. Within a short distance is an area called the Mae Fa Lung Garden, which is adorned in stunning tropical and European flower arrangements.

It is the Sopha Botanical Garden is nestled within Rayon where beach side meets the traditional theme of the garden. The garden is home to the largest range of Thai plants, trees and houses made of teak trees. The Nong Nooch tropical garden in contrast can be described as a paradise situated right in the center of Pattaya known as a frequented beach in Thailand. The garden is where you will take a look and be amazed at the huge collection of cycads, orchids and palms. There are many other gardens located in Thailand, all with different themes.

It is impossible to get bored with Thailand with the many gardens to visit. The Thais’ passion for nature is apparent in these gardens. We are sure Thais will always keep and protect their natural resources.