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Located in the valley of Doi Ang Khang, the station is designated for conducting experiments on possible temperate plants to be grown in Thailand. The experiment is aimed at promoting the cultivation of cash crops to replace hill tribes opium plantations. Inside the station, there are beautiful landscaped flower gardens, a restaurant and plantations. Advanced contact is recommended for a group visit with lecturers available upon request. Facilities include guesthouses (inside the station), food and beverage, parking space, toilets, etc. In addition, there are many guesthouses and a hotel located around the station. The entrance fee is 50 baht per vehicle (including driver) and 30 baht per person. The morning market in front of the station, which is the hill tribes market, is stunning and charming.

  • Open days

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday



  • Address

    Mae Ngon, Fang, Chiang Mai 50110 Thailand

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