The cold room at the Royal Garden of Rachapa is a rare European courtyard in Chiang Mai. At least 100 kinds of flowers have been planted in the whole room. I have more than a dozen names, and many European fountains and sculptures stand in the garden, adding a romantic atmosphere.
There are benches in the garden, sitting in such a delightful and comfortable garden, it is really happy. Out of the garden, walked over the bridge, and went to the park's road, a bus full of students.
Royal Park Rajapruek, Chiang Mai, Thailand: This is a largest flower show in Thailand which opened every year during December to January. However, we can visit this place in other months too. #wintergetaway
The first time I met the rainy season in Thailand, the rain did not stop from morning till night. At this time, it is better to go to the suburbs and go to the small scenic spot Chiang Mai Lachapa Royal Garden. This is a must-have place in Chiang Mai.
Riding a bicycle, the breeze blew, the floral tree shape. Although it is in the rainy season, it does not affect the chic scenery brought by this garden. The Lanna-style building in the middle is a court that simulates the Lanna dynasty. It is full of flowers and green meadows and mountains. It adds a few court styles to this northern garden. There is also an international garden, and each garden is rich in the characteristics of its country, so that you can experience multi-national style once!
It is a tourist trap but still worth a visit, especially if you're traveling as a couple. It is a perfect place to take beautiful pictures as a couple on vacation. The International Gardens sections gives great insight visitors of how the Thai people view other people's nation and culture. It is big park so I recommend taking the free shuttles to get around.
Or, for 60 baht you can rent a bike and explore the area on your own.