Singha Park, Chiang RaiCurrently Open
- Address: 99 Moo 1, Mae Korn, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +66-53172870
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Park, Wildlife Park, View Point, Family And Kids, Nature, Farm
About Singha Park, Chiang Rai
Singha Park is a huge park that belongs to Boon Rawd Brewery estate in Chiang Rai. Boon Rawd Brewery is Thailand’s biggest beer producer. This Park was originally developed to grow barley for Boon Rawd Brewery’s beer. However, today is mainly visited for enjoying spectacular scenes of wildlife and agriculture. Inside this estate, you shall come across plantations of several kinds of fruit and crops such as para rubber trees, jujube fruits, barley fields, strawberries, star fruit, mushrooms and salad vegetables. Its Sun hemp is decorated with colorful yellow flowers and looks beautiful.
Singha Park Information
- To enjoy best views, it is advised to visit this estate during daylight.
- There are free trams and buses within the park for sightseeing and travel.
Singha Park Ticket Prices
- Cost of bike per hour 100 THB.
- There is no ticket charge for wandering.
- THB50 from farm tour for adult and THB25 for children.
Singha Park Opening and Closing Hours
- The Boon Rawd Farm Cafe is open from 9.00am to 6.00pm
How To reach Singha Park by Public Transport
- Ask locals for direction. Drive or take a cab here.
- Hire a Car, Songtaew, motorcycle from city centre.
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Singha Park, Chiang Rai Reviews
Great view. Bike lane is huge and it was fun. Need exist post for biker. Almost went another round. Mini zip line place was great. Flower is neat and beautiful. It also super organized. Modern bathroom with water hoes and toilet paper inside stall.
Great park.. good food at the park restaurant.. Kids loved running around.. hope Ill be back..;)
It's a hugh park did not realise you could cycle through it but you can get a tram that stops at certain points to take photos and look around. The park is too big to walk around which is a shame. It has everything from naturally grown water melon that you can try but overly priced, to animals.
Spent an afternoon biking through. Beautiful vistas and fields full of fruit and tea. Also a hugh latex plantation! My chain broke and the guys at the rental fixed it and refused to take a tip - I owe them for real! Go spend your money here!
A nice place to walk around. They have a tourist train that makes a 9 stop circuit around the park.