The Symbol of Royal Projects Doi Kham involves many kind of fresh vegetables or the colorful profusion of flowers to celebrate the Kings imput. In the case of Thailand, many of these vegetables and flowers are not native to the country but neither are they imported. "Doi Kham", on the outskirts of Chiangmai, is a central office of such Royal Projects in Northern Thailand. In order to understand the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of the word of "Doi Kham", the explanation should be "Doi or doy" in the north means mountain or hill. Meanwhile, "Kham" or "come" is shortened from "Thongcome" which means "Gold". Therefore, the misused or encroached or mismanaged hills and mountains are converted to gold mines -- hill tribes and farmers can proudly earn more income than they used to.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
07:00 to 18:00
Thasala Rd., Tha Sala, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50000 Thailand