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Singha Park, Chiang Rai

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Popular with both nature lovers and thrill seekers, Singha Park is made up of smaller attractions and large gardens. Take bike tours of the oolong tea plantations and fruit and flower gardens, or opt for a more relaxing tour on the shuttle bus. Along the way, zoom above the plantation fields on a high-flying zipline adventure, or experience another great viewpoint atop the rock climbing wall (it offers varying levels of difficulty). Do not miss the animal park, where you can feed giraffes, zebras, longhorn cattle, and more. Singha Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Chiang Rai Edition.
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Find a good range of accommodations in the area just south of Thanon Baanpa Pragram Road, including budget to mid-price hotels, and pleasant, affordable guesthouses. Head north to the Kok River and, dotted along its banks, you'll find pricier and more exclusive options, with boutique hotels and resorts making the most of their scenic location with attractive grounds and facilities.
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  • Had an enjoyable cycling trip at Singha Park with my parents. The whole circle took us three hours or so - we made many stops, especially near the strawberry farms. There was also a mini "zoo" of sort...  more »
  • Beautiful Park! We enjoy the free 10 km bike trail. Take your own bicycle or rent cheaply there. Single bikes or tandems available. Need to leave a form of ID. Feed the herd of giraffes for 20 baht an...  more »
  • We only spent 10 mins here. Glad I saw it but wouldn't go out my way. The grounds around are very nice but looked a bit like a golf course  more »
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  • Singha park is nicest in late afternoon. You must pay 50B to ride the golf cart to feed giraffes and go to flower shop. You can't drive there unless on bicycle path. The cart tend to leave full and only stops for 10 minutes at each. Then you reboard the same cart. Wish there was an English sign explaining this. Stopped by visitor center two afternoons in a row before I realized the half hourly carts were ticketed and selling out in advance. So you're left waiting an hour for next shuttle. First day I missed the last one at 5pm. So buy your shuttle ticket when you enter THEN take photos of the lion (or go for a drive to 180 degree point of view and come back for your boarding time). The place to see the sunset is from the barn house tower which you can drive to. If you do it this way you can be in and out of the park in under two hours having seen everything including the sunset.
  • Huge park, including tea n rubber plantation, also melon hot houses. Has a mini zoo, lookout tower, restaraunt, cafe n gift shop... get the bus n tour around (ticket), impossible to walk.
  • Very huge park so you need to drive if you hope to finish touring the place within hours. The restaurants are very crowded and the wait can be an hour or longer so might be good to bring your own food if you do not like to wait. Nice place to take pictures and of course try their Singha beer!
  • Good view for take a walk and photo. They also got bike lane and bike for rent shop.
  • Quite an incredible place where the public can picnic, enjoy some great views, cycle and partake in activities. There are restaurants and a coffee shop if you are not on a picnic. Rather good.