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Phuket Botanic Garden, Chalong

(3.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Stroll through a sea of lush greenery at Phuket Botanic Garden. This impressive horticultural feat features various collections of tropical and exotic plants in over 30 zones. The soothing, colorful displays include tropical palms, an herb garden, many fragrant plants, fruit orchards, and an orchid pavilion. The immaculate facilities include soft music drifting in the background to enhance the garden displays. Organized by theme, the gardens are accompanied by fish, birds, and butterflies. Bring your own snacks if you want, since the small cafe on site offers limited choices. Plan your visit to Phuket Botanic Garden and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Phuket Town trip itinerary builder.
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  • Visited the gardens with a Thai friend. My entrance fee was five times hers as a Thai, therefore a little overpriced for the standard. The gardens had a slightly neglected air, but if keeping in mind ...  more »
  • I am not a botanist but a nature lover. If you like plants, tropical gardens, waterfalls, fish, you should definitely go and visit this ! Do not forget the mosquito repellent spray :)  more »
  • It is important to. In the garden very humid and hot, so people suffering from shortness of breath and diseases that can lead to attack from the heat is not worth the risk. In the garden is very cool. The garden was created so that people almost never meet, so all the time it seems that you're in this huge tropical reserve alone. In the garden there are different zones: the English garden, Indian, Cactus, etc. I think that children will love. There is a lovely Japanese site with waterfall. At the end of the trip you are waiting for ponds and Creek with colored carps. Prepared in advance bags with food for them. You leave a coin and begin to feed. Carps you umiljat. We spent an hour and a half in the garden. It was very hot, we slightly freaks out from the heat and humidity, but there as always. At the end of another wonderful benches with flowers, Museum Shop any strange items.
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  • Credit card facility at first didn't work. Then somehow it worked the second time. But I got charged currency conversion rate by their local bank instead of Thai baht. I tried to explain to them that I want to pay in Thai baht they couldn't understand. At the end I just gave up. The park itself is pretty and a nice place to take photos. Apart from that there isn't much. We spent an hour there. I don't think anyone would take more than 2 hours to visit this place. Admission price is too expensive. I paid $64AUD for 2 adults and 2 children. Phuket Zoo is nearby and admission price is the same. We spent over 3 hours there. More value for money in my opinion
  • A beautifully designed garden that is well kept and clean. Small areas are designated to show plants from different parts of the world and different climates. They even have an English Garden area! Colorful Lorrikeets and Conures are placed around the walkways. Be sure to feed the Koi by hand. Overall, this is one of the nicest run facilities in Phuket.
  • Went to Phuket Botanic Gardens in February 2016. My Thai wife paid only 100 baht entry fee, where as i had to pay 500 baht simply because i was 'not Thai'. The gardens were very small, the plants were mainly uncared for and a limited variety of plants. At 500 baht, i believe it was severely over priced.
  • Beautiful and calm place, but not worth 500 bath. Many plants but most of them doesnt even have name tags. So for a better experience just go to one of the waterfalls instead.
  • 500 bath entrance. Very nice place to visit, beautiful and calm.