When I just went in, I thought it was no different from our Chenshan Botanical Garden. After a deep tour, I found that there was a different landscape. It was worth visiting. It's better to stay here a little longer. There are too many scenes to take pictures. Friendship reminder: 1. Never use smelling flowers to take pictures of concave shapes, which are easy to be stuck by honey and you don't know what pollen is spilled inside. 2. If you don't go there in January-February, you should not take two cars. The first is very sunny. The second is not as dizzy as Baixian's more than 700 bends, but it's also absolutely unsafe!
In the afternoon, I went to Puping Palace (the Ninth Emperor's Summer Palace). The first one was Princess Shilintong's boudoir. The third is the eighth palace of the Ninth Emperor. It is the 50th anniversary monument of the Ninth Emperor's accession to the throne. When Emperor Bhumibol IX was 19 years old when he was studying abroad in 1946, his brother Emperor VIII suddenly collapsed. He returned home to succeed to the throne and continued to return to university to complete his studies. Emperor IX was a versatile emperor loved by the Thai people and died at the age of 89 (October 14, 2016). Thai officials and many people have been filial to him for a year.
Entering this royal garden, we can see a large yellow and pink Mantholo flower, which is shocking; the Rose Garden is more beautiful and intoxicating. There are many varieties of roses and rose, which are much larger than the Rose Garden of Wanshilin Mansion; the reservoir scenic area is also a European-style garden with exquisite elegance; there are also a variety of exotic flowers and weeds, which make people unable to catch their eyes. Don't miss a friend who loves flowers! Browse Skills: Remember to stagger the time when the Royal staffs come to live here from January to March every year, because only when the Royal staffs do not live here, the gardens outside the palace are open to visitors. Tickets are 50 baht/person. The palace can only be seen, not entered. Attention to dress is required, women's skirt to knee, men should not wear shorts, vest oh! Traffic Skills: Take two buses to the entrance of Chiang Mai University (80 baht for each), then walk 50 meters to the right side of the University entrance, and take two buses on a special line to Puping Palace (70 baht for each).
The tour bus continued up the Suteishan kilometre to the Puping Palace. The Bhuping Palace is a winter (or cool) departure from the palace built by the Thai royal family during their stay in northern Thailand. Completed in 1962, the Royal Family members come to live or receive foreign dignitaries from January to March every year. When the royal family stays here, the garden outside the palace is open to visitors on weekdays, and visitors can visit it. The whole palace is Thai architecture... The garden is lush with beautiful flowers and trees. There are roses, sage and all kinds of exotic flowers and plants. Roses are the most famous and have the reputation of the queen's flower.
In fact, it can be equivalent to their Royal Botanical Garden. Flowers are blooming on high mountains, forests are dense and the air is cool. The site is quite large. We have to walk for half a day. The interior of the palace is inaccessible and can only be seen from a distance across the fence. Only the Imperial Palace Dress requirements are more cumbersome, staff attitude is also general. It's convenient to ride two cars up the hill at the gate of Chiang Mai University and get enough people to leave.
All kinds of flowers are beautiful, but unfortunately we can't go inside to visit them. A helicopter stop screen was also seen on the way. Sure enough, it's the Royal Holiday Palace. In addition, you must wear pants, trousers and trousers. Important things are to be repeated for 3 times. That day it was a mistake to wear a skirt and go up the hill. The cold runny nose was frozen. Second, clothes must be rented here at Puping Palace. Originally also prepared a scarf to say wrap it up, but the result is that others say no, a pair of your clothes can not enter such an untidy, abandoned expression - on the importance of dress...
The Puping Palace is a summer resort for the Thai Royal family, which was completed in 1962. When the royal family stays here, the garden outside the palace is open to visitors on weekdays, and visitors can visit it. The whole palace is a Thai-style building. The garden is lush with beautiful flowers and trees. There are roses, sage and all kinds of exotic flowers and plants. Every winter from December to January, it's very cool, flowers are blooming and the scenery is beautiful. The palace's white walls and yellow tiles, with elegant architectural style, are situated in the surrounding green hills with a cool and peaceful beauty.
Puping Palace is a summer resort for the Thai Royal family. It is open to tourists on weekdays. The palace is more like a botanical garden, where all kinds of exotic flowers and plants compete for beauty. Because the altitude is relatively high, so the clouds, as if in fairyland. Puping Palace is not allowed to wear clothes beyond knees. We all wore shorts that day. So we rented a special dress at the entrance (a bit like extra fat pants), put it directly on the shorts, and returned it when we went out. Puping Palace tickets are 50 baht per person and clothes are 15 baht per person.
Summer Palace of the Ninth Generation Royal Family. Fig. 1 is a hotel for VIPs. Fig. 2. 3 is the residence of kings. It was a foggy day, and it was only outside the garden. Now the mother of the tenth generation of the king loved roses. She planted thousands of varieties of roses in the garden. The foggy weather was as hazy as fairyland.