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Doi Angkhang, a coldest place in Thailand is a popular destination for Thai visitors in the winder season.  Doi Angkhang is located in the valley, Chiang Mai province, the northernmost of Thailand. It is wellknown as Royal Agricultural Station amidst beautiful mountainous scenery, provincial capital, 163 kms north of Chiang Mai, is a demonstration site for planting and researching flowering p... read more
The features rugged mountain range and reaches 400-1,699 metres above sea level. The highest peak is “Doi Kio Rai Mong” with 1,699 metres high.... read more
Wat Chan Royal Project is situated at Baan Den, Chang Mai Province 3-4 drive from Chiang Mai. Can visit Karen traditional and culture places, trekking sites and more nature things to see.
The project is divided into 1,000 acres planted each year, each family 40 acres and maintained for a period of five years to today. The government subsidized the planting approximately 9,400 a...
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Pang Oung is located in Ban Ruam Thai, Mae Hong Son. Due to its splendid scenery, this place is known as Switzerland of Thailand. Along the bank of Huai Pang tong Reservoir stand coniferous forests formed by Khasi pine and Sumatran pine which are fully covered by enormous  evergreen forest and mountains. The word ‘Pang’ in northern Thai dialect means a shelter in which woodsmen st... read more
The center serves as a demonstrative development model for the hill tribe people based on the philosophy of promoting proper agricultural technology to hill tribe farmers. The site is open for the public to explore pilot plots of vegetables, flowers, fruits, Hmongs plantation and the Poi River. In addition, the Royal Project Foundation has its own shop selling daily fresh produce. Tours complete w... read more
In 1979, Pang Ung Royal Project Development Center Established on an area of ​​10 rai by the Chiang Mai Provincial Agricultural Extension Office. Be responsible and coordinator. Encourage planting of crops to meet the needs of local people. New plant varieties substitute for opium. Promotion of permanent farming Focus on the fruit trees. Long-term cropping Develop basic social standards.
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Royal Project Nong Hoi Founded in 1974 in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. It is a watershed area of ​​the first class as a source of water problems, the hill tribe has destroyed the forest to open a new plant. Growing Opium. It is a development center of Nong Hoi to promote and develop the career of farmers. Introducing new economic crops replacing opium cultivation. Improve the well-being of the hi... read more
In addition to research and development and Inthanon Royal Project. Inthanon Royal Project Research Station. It also features information on areas of high agricultural knowledge. Yields are mainly vegetables, fruit and flowers in winter. Which Inthanon Royal Project Research Station have imported the plants from abroad.
The Research Station has become a popular tourist site where a lot of the...
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Khun Wang Royal Project was established after His Majesty the King had visited Baan Khun Wang in 1980, and had observed that the land had been growing opium extensively. Therefore, the King assigned the Garden Plant Division, Thailand Department of Agriculture to demonstrate and breed crops on the area for supporting and passing on the technology know-how to highland farmers. This is to encourage ... read more

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