NAKHON RATCHASIMA — If you’re looking for winter flowers in full bloom, the fields of Pak Thong Chai and Wang Nam Khiao districts in Nakhon Ratchimsa are proud to present themselves.
At the moment, the brightly-colored flowers attract tourists and local residents alike.
Owned by 40-year-old Chonladda Saengaroon, the Suan Kaset 66 garden in Pak Thong district is home to both cold-climate or winter flowers as well as rice.
The garden started to open its gates to the public on December 5 and will continue to welcome visitors until January 12, 2020 from 5 am to 6 pm daily, with the entrance fee set to 30 baht per person.
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