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Botanic Festival 2019 kicks off in Chiang Mai

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Botanic Festival 2019 kicks off in Chiang Mai

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CHIANG MAI, 21 December 2018 (NNT) - The Botanical Garden Organization is showcasing the beauties of botanical plants at the Botanic Festival 2019 in Chiang Mai. 

Chiang Mai Provincial Governor Suphachai Iamsuwan presided over the opening ceremony of the Botanic Festival 2019 at Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden, Mae Rim district, Chiang Mai province. 

The event will be held until January 2, 2019. Visitors to the festival will be able to enjoy the spectacular beauty of various plants and flowers amidst the winter climate. 

Visitors will also have the chance to see rare and endangered plants in special greenhouses, and the rotating exhibitions of plants, natural science, and the diversity of life and the environment. For more information, please call 053-841009.

 

 
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I have visited the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden near Mae Rim, and it is beautiful. I am sure this Festival will enhance what is already very scenic. Bear in mind the Garden is not in Chiang Mai itself but out in the countryside. Take route 107 north to Mae Rim and then turn left onto route 1096 and keep on going past all the other attractions (Tiger Kingdom, Snake Farm, Elephant Camp etc.) until you eventually reach the Garden which is clearly sign posted.

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A nice location but sadly way too far for many tourists to venture. Do they have a shuttle bus service by any chance, this makes a huge difference to visitors who would like to visit.

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I tried to go today but turned back as the traffic in CM is so bad - took me an hour to drive a distance that normally takes 15 mins. Is it any different from any other day at the gardens? The discription in the article doesn't seem as though it's offering anything new. 

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