By The Nation
RakDok Flora Destination -- The Hidden Picnics in the Hidden Floral Campsite, Bangkok: This exhibition is being held at Bueng Maitri Chit in Khlong Sam Wa district from November 17 this year to January 15 next year. It features pop-up floral recreation that enables visitors to take a walk and enjoy a view of the flowers.
Khun Pae Royal Project Development Centre, Chiang Mai: This centre in Ban Pae subdistrict features the country's largest Hydrangea flower field, which blooms only once a year from October to March. It is a place where celebrities take beautiful pictures to show off on Instagram.
Klin Kesorn Farm, Chiang Mai: This farm in Pong Yaeng subdistrict features a purple and pink Margaret flower garden, where visitors can enjoy its beauty by walking along paths made of bamboo.
I Love Flower Farm, Chiang Mai: This famous farm in Muang Kaeo subdistrict features various species of flowers, such as Cutter and Hydrangea that draw visitors to take pictures. However, tourists must reserve a queue via Facebook page before visiting the farm in advance.
Rai Dok Lom Nao Farm, Chiang Mai: This farm is located in Mon Jam mountaintop, so visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the mountaintop and ladder rice fields from there. Also, it features a variety of flowers that bloom since November, such as Verbena, Cosmos, Cockscomb, Aster and Sunflowers, while the entrance fee is only Bt40 per person.
Rai Wang Than Farm, Chiang Mai: This farm features yellow and white chrysanthemum flowers and many photography spots to take pictures. Also, chrysanthemum tea and noodles in a bamboo tube are available at the farm.