Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, Mae Rim

(4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Check out some of Thailand's lush, exotic greenery at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, hosting large collections of orchids and palms. Opened in 1992 for botanical research, the perennially popular garden caters to tourists interested in plants and their conservation. View over 400 species of vegetation, and be sure to check out the rainforest house, which imitates the southern Thai climate with ferns, ginger, and other plants. Use our Mae Rim tour planner to visit Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden on your trip to Mae Rim, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We visited here for February Ticket prices are for those aged 60 and above all free admission Festival Thailand intends to visit the botanical gardens and walking through the corridor walkway will close the summer rain. Unable to visit because of the danger. Location, spacious interior is divided into zones, farming crops, sizes, kinds. Like many cacti zone. There are many ornamental trees, scented species, visit the study. Here, take a day to visit, has studied card worth? All family visitors of all ages. The students. Students.
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  • Tickets for 100 Baht. It is no more. Botanical collections are not exceptional, in species (rather mundane and common), or quality. The greenhouse of orchids is pretty, but there too, the varieties are rather going to ales, and it is not necessary to come to Thailand to admire! We s strictly the same in France... The site is very large, with significant drops and a lot of stairs... allow a minimum of 3 hours to complete the tour.
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  • Very large, very extensive Park / garden with many different attractions so that several hours can pass very quickly if all exhibitions / gardens to be visited. We really liked the well-kept greenhouses where a great variety of water lilies, orchids and bromeliads such as also a tropical rain forest are very attractively presented have given me. Visit for guests restricted in mobility is suitable because the park with the car or the motorcycle is passable. Only the food and sanitary facilities unfortunately can not compete with the otherwise high standards, too. There are enough local in (almost) all quality levels along the road 1096 (Samoeng loop) so that there for anyone sure what find :)
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  • I absolutely loved this place! The canopy walk isn't the most breathtaking of experiences but I really enjoyed walking around the various green houses and seeing the variety of plants and flowers. The best part was my parents being allowed in for free as they are over 60 and myself being discounted for having a work permit. 4 people and a car for 140THB, great value for a couple of hours but I honestly good spend all day exploring the various gardens.
  • I went along Dcember 2016. Worth getting out of the old city and making the little trip. Allow a few hours so you can see all the different areas. The whole site of a little spread out but there is a little bus you can use to get around. Lots of different things to see as you go around the different areas and buildings. There is a coffee shop to sit in and relax for while and gift shops. You can read all about the gardens and lots of other info about the plants.
  • If you're fond of botanic gardens and you have visited others around the world, this place is not going to impress you at all. The best thing are the flowerbeds in front of the canopy walk, that is nothing else but an invasive iron bridge on a spot of forest crossed by a road (not worth the cue!). The glasshouses are quite banal, both in architecture and in display of plants, mostly affected by parassites. The waterlilies are kept in awful concrete tanks, without even a minimal effort to recreate the charme of their habitat, so the result was not impressive at all. The lake is fine, but by itself doesn't make the place a must
  • Not The most interesting botanical garden in the world, but it is beautiful and shows the nice nature of what chiang Mai has to offer. Their garden houses with different range of orchids and eating flowers and other plants are nice.
  • Insanely beautiful!! The huge garden, All those flowers. Wow