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Royal Park Rajapruek

Opened in 2008, Royal Park Rajapruek is built to commemorate the 60th anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Accession to the Throne. Known as one of the largest agro-tourism attractions in Chiang Mai, Royal Park Rajapruek is a haven for plant and nature lovers.

Exploring Royal Park Rajapruek is similar to traveling and exploring the gardens of the world. The park has different small gardens with floras and faunas coming from 21 countries in Asia, South America, and Europe. Each garden is incredibly picturesque and exhibits unique and beautiful styles and colours. Each botanical section is also made to represent each country where the plants came from.  The most popular sight in this park is the orchid garden – home to a seemingly endless variety of beautiful orchids, it looks nothing short of ethereal. Explore further to see Ho Kham Luang Royal Pavilion – situated in the centre of the park and built in Lanna style and architecture, it is where you’ll find the painting exhibitions about the life and works of King Bhumibol.



Tambon, Mae Hea District, Chiang Mai, Thailand.


Opening Days and Hours

Royal Park Rajapruek is open daily from 8:00 to 18:00.


Entry Fee and Bookings

Entrance is USD 4.50 for children and USD 6 for adults.


How to Get There

  • Fly to Chiang Mai via AirAsia.
  • Transportation options around the area are limited so it’s highly suggested for visitors to book a roundtrip taxi service from the city.


Suggested For

  • Solo travelers/backpackers
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Groups


Time to Spend

Suggested duration in this attraction is two hours.


Popularity and Best Time to Go

The best time to visit this attraction is in the afternoon since the place does not have enough shade to protect guests from the tropical heat. Also, you can socialise with other tourists more at this time.



Fern Forest Cafe, Why Ribs and Rumps, Goodsouls Kitchen, Coffee Corner Kitchen, and Bird’s Nest Cafe are some of the dining options near Wat Phra That Doi Kha.



Nearby Attractions

  • Wat Chedi Luang
  • Doi Suthep
  • Chiang Mai Night Bazaar



Duangtawan Hotel, Furama, Dusit Princess, U Nimman, and De Lanna Hotel are some of the accommodations to choose from while in Chiang Mai. Rates range from USD 30 to USD 80.

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