Botanical Garden Mae Fah Luang University
Botanical Garden Mae Fah Luang University
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09:00 - 16:00
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09:00 - 16:00
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09:00 - 16:00
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Mae Fah Luang University, Tha Sut 57100 Thái Lan
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zanyzoitsa
La Paz, Mexico88 đóng góp
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thg 12 năm 2019 • Một mình
Note the similar name with a more touristic attraction and be sure you're in the right place. Many reviews on Google about this place are actually for the garden by the same name located on Doi Tung. This is an ethnobotany / medicinal plant garden maintained by the university. It's truly incredible and a very nice counter-point to the more touristic mountain garden. Even if you speak/read no Thai, every single plant in this place seems to have a tag on it with the Latin botanical name and many even have a QR code you can scan for more info. You must get out and walk around to truly appreciate it, though you can also drive and marvel at a few of its' wonders. It is very serene. I only wish that I had a botanist with me to discuss what I was seeing.

This university recently hosted an international ethnobotany conference so they're obviously doing a lot with it. And, in case you're wondering, the name Mae Fah Luang is the name given to the former Queen Mother ..... Here is info from her Foundation of the same name: "Mae Fah Luang was the title given to Princess Srinagarindra by the hill tribe people in the north of Thailand. Since the late 1960s, the Princess Mother worked to improve the living conditions of rural Thais, particularly the ethnic minorities in remote mountainous areas that were only accessible by helicopter. On those visits, she learnt about their hardship, their lack of opportunity in life and the illnesses that plagued them. She would be accompanied by a medical team to take care of any sick or injured she came across. She would also bring the villagers clothes, food, other essentials, and even toys for the children. It was this very image of the Princess Mother descending from the skies that gave rise to the name “Mae Fah Luang” (meaning Royal Mother from the Sky) and became the affectionate title by which the local people address the Princess Mother.

In 2000, the centenary year of birth, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) honored the Princess Mother as a “great personality in public service in the fields of education, applied science, and human, social, and environmental development”.
Đã viết vào 6 tháng 7, 2023
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zanyzoitsa
La Paz, Mexico88 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 12 năm 2019
Don't get this confused withthe garden by the same name located on Doi Tung. This is an ethnobotany / medicinal plant garden maintained by the university. It's truly incredible and a very nice counter-point to the more touristic mountain garden. Even if you speak/read no Thai, every single plant in this place seems to have a tag on it with the Latin botanical name and many even have a QR code you can scan for more info. You must get out and walk around to truly appreciate it, though you can also drive and marvel at a few of its' wonders. It is very serene. I only wish that I had a botanist with me to discuss what I was seeing. This university recently hosted an international ethnobotany conference so they're obviously doing a lot with it. And, in case you're wondering, the name Mae Fah Luang is the name given to the former Queen Mother ..... Here is info from her Foundation of the same name: "Mae Fah Luang was the title given to Princess Srinagarindra by the hill tribe people in the north of Thailand. Since the late 1960s, the Princess Mother worked to improve the living conditions of rural Thais, particularly the ethnic minorities in remote mountainous areas that were only accessible by helicopter. On those visits, she learnt about their hardship, their lack of opportunity in life and the illnesses that plagued them. She would be accompanied by a medical team to take care of any sick or injured she came across. She would also bring the villagers clothes, food, other essentials, and even toys for the children. It was this very image of the Princess Mother descending from the skies that gave rise to the name “Mae Fah Luang” (meaning Royal Mother from the Sky) and became the affectionate title by which the local people address the Princess Mother.

In 2000, the centenary year of birth, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) honored the Princess Mother as a “great personality in public service in the fields of education, applied science, and human, social, and environmental development”.
Đã viết vào 26 tháng 12, 2019
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