One of my Thai officemates sent me an email if I have visited this place. I immediately clicked on the link, and WHOA! I must go to that place. It was Wednesday. I forwarded the email to my fellow expats and everyone agreed to explore the place on Sunday.
Despite the sun’s insensitive penetration to our already-burnt skins, we managed to ignore it. By the way, the place is called
Initially I thought it was just a garden. But the place offered more. They have zoos, cultural show stadium, mini-lake, pottery area and a lot more. It was really cool to see tigers, ponies, parrots, orangutans, elepahants within reach. Hehe, yes, no cage or whatsoever.
I was a bit disappointed with the butterfly garden. The butterflies weren’t cooperative enough for a photo shoot! But who I am to complain, perhaps on my next visit when they are familiar with me already.
We had a quick lunch and decided to watch the cultural show. It showcased
The time was ticking fast when we realized only few minutes were left before the garden closes. We hurried to the
As the sun yawned, we knew it was time to go back to the hotel. Scanning through the folded brochures, it looked like we missed a lot, and these areas seem as wonderful as the others.
Man, this is indeed a beauty! I've been wanting to go on a mini Asian tour, and definitely, Thailand's going to be part of it. Thanks for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous garden. I hope I have one in our backyard. I should one day visit Thailand. Based on what I have seen from the pictures you have posted so far, the country is seem interesting and inviting. I'll include that in my wish list.ReplyDelete
I wish you well ~ Jeques
@erwin and jeques, you two should visit thailand. it keeps on surprising me, really.ReplyDelete
I will. I added that to my wish list. I just don't know when.ReplyDelete
By the way, I have already completed posting the Soliloquy series. You might want to read it. It's down the pile of my new posts.
I wish you well ~ Jeques
@JEques, maybe soon, youll never know.ReplyDelete
yup, just visited your site. i posted some comments as well
You should come back as a tour guide. I thought I'd seen most the country had to offer. There's so much more.ReplyDelete
Oh I love botanical gardens We have an amazing one here in Christchurch and free Come to visit one dayReplyDelete
Very interesting read
sounds as if you had a wonderful time...look forward to more picsReplyDelete