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November 2017
River Kwai Bridge Week and Kanchanaburi Red Cross Fair 2017                                          Laguna Phuket Triathlon 2017 Attracts 'Legends' in November                                          Bangkok Marathon 2017                                          Phang-Nga stages 'Blue Andaman Happiness' to mark the start of 2017 high season                                          Air Race 1 World Cup Thailand 2017                                          Phimai Festival 2017 celebrates the glory of Phimai Historical Park                                          The sunflower season starts in Central Thailand                                          Flora Park Festival 2017 welcomes visitors with flower displays and other floral spectacles                                         

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Flora Park Festival 2017 welcomes visitors with flower displays and other floral spectacles
 

For flower and plant lovers, the annual cool season is a wonderful time to be in Thailand. In the North and Northeast fields of flowers bloom in vibrant colour and local festivals of a ‘green nature’ dot the events calendar. Flora Park Festival 2017 in Wang Nam Khiao district of Nakhon Ratchasima province is one such festival, which opened on 1 November and is now in full swing.

Flora Park Festival 2017 runs until 28 February, 2018 and is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is 150 Baht for adults, 50 Baht for children and seniors, and free for small kids.

On show at the festival are over 100,000 flowers of numerous plant and tree species, with five themed zones for visitors to explore and offering as follows:

Zone 1: Auspicious plants such as Pink cassia and Cassia fistula and winter plants like geranium, salvia, gazania, zinnia, petunia and begonia; a rose zone and rose garden; an orchid section; a flowering plant section; and plants for sale.

Zone 2: Over 400 auspicious plants and green grass area covering 1,500 square metres, and located next to the Flora Park’s flower seeding nursery learning centre for sustainable agricultural development.

Zone 3: An observation tower for taking in views of the festival and surrounding area of Wang Nam Khiao.

Zone 4: A 90 metre long bamboo tunnel used for growing gourd plants, just like Snake Gourd which covers the tunnel on top and along the sides. Inside the tunnel New Guinea bean is being grown, while the rack is covered in Chinese rose.

Zone 5: A vertical garden-inspired display of colourful petunia, begonia and coleus, with beautiful rose fences adding to what is a delightful floral spectacle.

During the Flora Park Festival 2017 there is also a farmer’s market selling organic vegetables and a local market to visit. And there are the highlight attractions of Nakhon Ratchasima province itself, which is known affectionately as the ‘Switzerland of Isan’ (the Northeast) due to its cooler climate, mountains like famous Khao Yai, numerous waterfalls, fruit orchards and seasonal foggy weather.

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