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Visit Singha Park (Chiang Rai)

g_translate Thai name : สิงห์ปาร์ค
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Chiang Rai
Tea Plantation Singha Park Chiang Rai
Singha Park Tea Plantation Chiang Rai
Singha Park In Chiang Rai
No, no, this is not a large park where fresh Singha beer bottles hang from the trees as far as your eyes can see. This is another drink that is here in the spotlight. Singha Park also known under its former name, Boon Rawd Farm, is essentially composed of tea plantations. Opened in December 2012, it offers, in addition to its beautiful sceneries of oolong tea plants perfectly arranged and cut, various activities and places like a small zoo (you know I'm not a fan of such places), a farm, a vegetable and fruit garden, a zippeline...

Even if there is a little tram to take you discover the park, the most pleasant way to go through the Singha Park is to rent a bicycle near the zippeline tower. Riding a bicycle here is quite popular with locals on weekends. You can even rent tandems or kid bikes. It is also at the bike rental shop that you have to go to buy tickets and receive the equipment for the zippeline. Note that many events are organized throughout the year at Singha Park Chiang Rai such as the balloon festival, a jazz festival, concerts .... It is also possible to sleep on site in a tent of its small campsite.

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Practical information about Singha Park

Admission to the park is free but then there are prices to pay for some attractions or means of transport.
Singha Park is open from 9am to 6pm but some restaurants still welcome guests until 11pm.
The Singha Farm Tour by tram (9.30am - 5pm) costs 50 THB per person (free for children under 4 years old)
Bike rental (8am - 6pm and up to 7pm on weekends): 150 THB per hour for a mountain bike and 50 THB per hour for a child bike. A helmet is provided.
Zippeline: 300 THB


To go visit Singha Park, you can also book one of the tours above.

How to get to Singha Park ?

The park is located outside the city of Chiang Rai about a 10-minute drive from White Temple. There is currently no public transport to come to Singha Park and if a shuttle bus from Chiang Rai downtown may exist one day, this is not the case yet.

Some tours going Singha Park

Visit Chiang Rai with Bee a licensed Thai guide

Visit Chiang Rai with Bee a licensed Thai guide

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Visit Chiang Rai with Bee, a Thai licensed guide guide who speaks good English. She will bring you to discover all the facets of Chiang Rai province. The detailed program of your visits will be established by discussing with her based on her suggestions, your tastes, and desires. Bee will also take care of booking a minivan with driver to offer you a complete service.

Discover White Temple & Choui Fong Tea Plantation in Chiang Rai

Discover White Temple & Choui Fong Tea Plantation in Chiang Rai

Offered in Englishenglish guide
White Temple one of the most famous temple in Thailand, Blue Temple, Singha Park and visit the buildings that are attractive especially for architects at Choui Fong Tea Plantation. You can see panoramic view of mountains and tea plantation.

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