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THURSDAY, October 06, 2022
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Royal Park Rajapruek reopens its doors to visitors

Royal Park Rajapruek reopens its doors to visitors

WEDNESDAY, June 03, 2020

Royal Park Rajapruek in Chiang Mai reopened on Wednesday (June 3), after being shut during the Covid-19 outbreak

Royal Park Rajapruek reopens its doors to visitors

The park made a name for itself by organising the "International Horticulture Exposition for His Majesty the King" in 2006 and 2011. The place has numerous outstanding venues, such as the royal pavilion, or Ho Kham Luang, and Thai and international gardens.

Royal Park Rajapruek reopens its doors to visitors
Visitors are required to wear medical masks before and after visiting the royal park. Alcohol-based sanitisers are also provided at several service points.
Also, a new shuttle vehicle service is available; each vehicle allows only 10 passengers to adhere to social distancing. Advance booking is required to visit the park as a group of more than 10 people.

Royal Park Rajapruek reopens its doors to visitors