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Mae Fah Luang Art & Cultural Park houses the region's largest collection of folk art and teak artifacts from the Lanna Kingdom. It has been recognized as a unique tourist destination in northern Thailand and has won the Thailand Tourism Award 2006...more
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313 Moo 7 Baan Pa Ngiew | Rop Wiang, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
All reviews teak wood golden pavilion queen mother tropical plants stunning gardens lanna style folk art thai buildings audio guide stunning place couple of hours two hours on display interesting place main building clock tower haw
We arrived at the end of a flower showcase, so there were so many beautiful flower arrangements to see. Afterward, we explored the vast grounds which were lush, serene and peaceful. It's 200 baht, and not close to town, but it was a necessary break...More
Visited on a rainy day, the main building with open space hall was a safe haven from the rain. The massive water lily lake was very picturesque. The arts exhibition, it was a tattoo theme when we visited, and the various wooden products for everyday...More
You will need transport to get to Mae Fah Luang, own car or taxi, but it is worth it. A most impressive garden with a stunning collection of trees (with a focus on teak) and tropical plants. The historical and contemporary art is interesting. The...More
For those of you that have some free time in Chiang Rai and like gardens, this is worthy of a trip. The gardens are quite large and you could easily spent 3 hours walking around just admiring the various trees and other vegetation. Depending on...More
Go there, spend some hours, walk around and feel the good atmosphere and get a good impression of northern culture and architecture. If you want to know more about Lanna culture and history, move on to Oub Kham Museum!
Great to see Thai-Northern architecture style. My favorite were Haw-Keaw and the structure of chapel’s roof. Unfortunately Haw-Kham is now closed for renovation for 3 months so only 50 THB I have to pay (normally 100 THB/person).
There were history about tattoos in Thailand and...More