Imagine having a hearty lunch underneath a romantic pavilion in Indonesia and then walking your way at a leisurely pace to Bhutan by the afternoon, taking in the sights and sounds and society all around as you go. A lovely image? It’s one made possible by the Royal Flora Grounds, where entrance will get you the feeling of being transported into a botanical wonderland.
The Royal Flora Ratchaphruek, which means Golden Flower Tree in Thai, was originally a celebration of King Bhumipol’s 60th ascension to the throne. The celebration took place from November 1, 2006 up until January 31, 2007. The 3-month long festival drew [Read more…]