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Chiang Mai Unveils Floral Wonders in Winter Festivals


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CHIANG MAI (NNT) - Chiang Mai Province is celebrating the winter season with two grand flower festivals, presenting a paradise for flower lovers and tourists. These festivals are part of an initiative to revitalize tourism and the local economy post-COVID-19.

 

The first event, "The Charm of Chiang Mai - City of Beautiful Flowers," is scheduled from December 15, 2023, to January 1, 2024, at Chaloem Phrakiat King’s 82nd Birthday Anniversary Park. This third-year event features six zones, each offering a unique floral experience. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing walk through a tropical rainforest area with ornamental orchids, a winter flower garden filled with tulips, hydrangeas, and lilies, and a section dedicated to tropical flowers like hollyhocks and geraniums.

 

The festival also includes a special photography spot with colorful light decorations, a field of blooming blue salvia flowers with an elegant bridge, and a musical fountain set amidst fields of verbena flowers. Highlights are the grand musical fountain shows and the "The Land of Festination, Light of Glory" light show, alongside a rare orchid exhibition.

 

The "Flora Festival" at Royal Park Rajapruek, running from December 1, 2023, to February 29, 2024, also showcases a diverse array of winter flowers, featuring geraniums, forget-me-nots, begonias, and many more, creating a vibrant panorama. The festival’s attractions include the Orchid House, the Winter Flower Plants exhibit, the serene Ruean Rom Mai, and an extensive rose exhibit focusing on environmental consciousness.

 

By Krajangwit Johjit

 

Full story: NNT 2023-12-18

 

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