Unique garden show to boost Thai tourism

Royal Flora Ratchaphruek to be held in Chiang Mai between Nov and Feb

Lovers of exotic and colourful flowers and plants will be attracted to Thailand later this year and early next year, as a luscious expo dedicated to horticultural and agrotourism is to be held in Thailand‘s scenic northern capital Chiang Mai. Thailand’s unique garden show, the Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011, held between 9 November 2011 and 15 February 2012, will be spread out over 80 hectares. The plants, flowers and greenery will come from from Thailand and 30 other countries.
The event coincides with celebrations surrounding the birthdays of both the King and Queen of Thailand. This should be a key event in the eco-tourism and travel trade calendar and the dates fit well with the holiday season.
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