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Mae Fah Luang Art and Culture Park

313 Moo 7 Baan Pa Ngiew | Rop Wiang, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
+66 53 716 605
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Mae Fah Luang Art & Cultural Park houses the region's largest collection of folk art and teak artifacts from the Lanna Kingdom. It has been recognized as a unique tourist destination in northern Thailand and has won the Thailand Tourism Award 2006 as an outstanding tourism destination in the category of Arts and Culture.
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313 Moo 7 Baan Pa Ngiew | Rop Wiang, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
+66 53 716 605
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Reviewed 6 days ago

it was a very organized and maintained place. beautiful garden. the history of royal building was interesting. audio was quite informative.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

very interesting place. very nicely made. the audio was very informative. good to hear about thai history.

Thank namanniy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited with friends but thought not really my thing until I got there, WOW! Fascinating to see and a tour guide tells you things without being a nuisance. The gardens are gorgeous as well

Thank Linda P
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Spent a day at this place. Not very impressed with the garden itself. However the Royal Vila was very interesting. The audio guide gives very good information on the Queen Mother and the late Princess. Interesting collections in the Vila too. Also very interesting is...More

Thank MikeYong1A
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Admission 100 baht Thai 200 baht tourist. Need a vehicle to get around. They have several sights only the building with the items made from teak was good. They did have English names of the items but not much of an explanation. The other sights...More

Thank 1william5555
Reviewed 14 April 2017

As others noted, this is a serene oasis of parkland and open space in Chiang Rai. There were no other tourists there when we visited during a mid-morning Friday in April. It is a bit expensive at 200 bt per person, and we took a...More

1  Thank Cameron M
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

Not too far from town, it's a tranquil park with a museum showing Lana culture and artifacts. The museum is not very big but the environment with its landscape is good for a troll.

Thank Heronie M
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Recommend to spend some time here. It is very peaceful and nicely done with beautiful architecture and museum.

Thank Jedsadachaiyut
Reviewed 1 April 2017

It was our third visit to the park. It is a beautiful place where the word serenity really makes sense. The museum about the history of the teak is enlightening and very well organised.The big teak house which hosts teak displays from different regions is...More

Thank BangkokCat
Reviewed 28 February 2017

Beautiful gardens, so tranquil, the entrance fee is only 200 Baht and well worth it. Great views, a lovely destination to take photos and not overcrowded. There is a car park close by, you can enjoy a pleasant stroll, but make sure that you take...More

Thank Terry C
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Response from cosmodog | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in Chaing Rai and took a tuk tuk there.
Wynand C
14 July 2016|
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Response from Evelynafatima | Reviewed this property |
You can tell your bus or tuktuk driver.