Chiang Mai to open country's longest treetop walkway

Chiang Mai to open country's longest treetop walkway

A screen shot from the website of the Botanical Garden Organization shows the country's longest treetop walkway set to open for public at Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden in Chiang Mai next month.
A screen shot from the website of the Botanical Garden Organization shows the country's longest treetop walkway set to open for public at Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden in Chiang Mai next month.

Chiang Mai will gain a new tourist attraction next month when Thailand’s longest treetop walkway opens at the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden next month.

Deputy chief of the Botanical Garden Organization Pramuk Pensut said the canopy-level walkway at the garden is 400 metres long and 20 metres above ground. It will provide pedestrians access to aerial panoramic view of the garden, trees and mountainous scenery 800 metres above sea level.

Part of the walkway feature with a glass floor to excite visitors and allow them to see nature below their feet.

Mr Pramuk said the elevated pathway was made of steel and meets safety standards.

Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden is located near Doi Suthep in Mae Rim district.

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