Krisdadoi is the home of very beautiful botanical gardens and flower parks that cover 20 acres of countryside. Krisdadoi is situated at an elevation of 700 meters above sea level. If you love nature, beauty, peace and tranquility then you will love it here.
Krisdadoi was the invention of an entrepreneur / property developer who built a private resort for family and friends. Later on it was transformed in to a boutique resort project, the first one for the district of Hangdong – Samoeng.
The sound of running water from the streams and falls combined with the very beautiful landscaped gardens make Krisdadoi perfect for lovers of nature
Krisdadoi has approximately 22 rooms and suites and a few country-style cottages for your comfort and convenience
The on site restaurant is called ‘’ The Fuang Fah restaurant’’ and serves both Thai and international cuisine. It’s an open-air restaurant that accommodates up to 200 people and is surrounded by waterfalls. A very tranquil setting.
How To Get There
Chiang Mai is situated in the north of Thailand and is approximately 700 kilometers from the Thai capital city of Bangkok.
Krisdadoi is situated in the southern valley of twin peaks of doi suthep-pui, Chiang Mai and it’s a bout a 25 minute drive from Chiang Mai international airport. Getting to Krisdadoi from the city centre takes approximately 30 minutes.
Krisdadoi Resort: 90 moo 4 Hangdong – Sameong road, Hangdong, Chiang Mai 50230 Thailand
Telephone Number: +66 (0)53 365 231-4
Fax: +66 (0)53 365235
Other Things To Do
Chiang Mai has a total of 13 National parks and conservation forests that can be found all over the province. Doi Inthanon National park is approximately about 70 kilometers outside of the city centre and is the highest mountain in Thailand. The height of the mountain is approximately 2,565 meters above sea level. It is also a sanctuary for 300 species of rare birds and other animals.
Doi Inthanon National Park
Situated on the Mae Rim – Samoeng road the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden can be found. The botanical garden of all botanical gardens has a massive collection of rare plants. The garden also contains a 33 meter glass dome for showing tropical rain forest plants.
Charming and historical Lamphun
Why not book yourself some Thai cookery lessons during your stay in Chiang Mai. There are lots of cooking schools in Chiang Mai and you can take your choice, but my favourite is cooking at home.
There is much to see and do in the beautiful region of northern Thailand it’s just a case of planning and prioritising that which is important to you. I would certainly give a visit to the Krisdadoi beautiful botanical gardens and flower parks of which I have done on a number of occasions.
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