Singha Park

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  • Address: 99 Moo 1, Mae Korn, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +66-53172870
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Park, Wildlife Park, View Point, Family And Kids, Nature, Farm

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.

  • 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.

  • Cost of bike per hour 100 THB.
  • There is no ticket charge for wandering.
  • THB50 from farm tour for adult and THB25 for children.

  • The Boon Rawd Farm Cafe is open from 9.00am to 6.00pm

  • Ask locals for direction. Drive or take a cab here.
  • Hire a Car, Songtaew, motorcycle from city centre.

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  • Singha Park Address: 99 Moo 1, Mae Korn, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
  • Singha Park Contact Number: +66-53172870
  • Singha Park Timing: 24-hrs
  • Singha Park Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Singha Park(preferred time): 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Singha Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 80.25% of people who visit Chiang Rai include Singha Park in their plan

  • 43.1% of people start their Singha Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Singha Park

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Singha Park

People normally club together Wat Rong Khun and Tad Kwan Village Park And Waterfall while planning their visit to Singha Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • A really enjoyable few hours. It's a tour of the immaculately kept Singha Tea plantation. The grounds are stunning, seems like more of a showpiece than a working estate; but we were assured it was in production. We opted for the private golf buggy. They cost 1500b including the driver (whom deserved our 200b tip). As a party of four we felt it was well worth it. The alternative is to pay 100b and be as part of a large 3 buggy long tour. Going this route you run the risk of being part of a Chinese tour party. The whole thing took about three hours. There's no activities as such, just looking. Aside from the overpriced zip line. The grounds were so stunning that it was well worth the cost if you like that sort of thing.

  • Loved the farm festival that I attended. Simply the best experience all round. The surroundings and natural scenery coupled with good food,good live music during the event makes it really a wonderful experience. I will revisit the Singha Park on it's off season day to explore the beautiful park again.

  • The park is huge. There is no entrance fee but in order to see the whole park you need to pay for a special bus which stops on every stop only for 10 min or rent a bike (150 baht per hour!!!). It can be a nice place to visit when you have kids - they have a small zoo. If not, I would recommend to skip this attraction or just take a short walk along the paths that are accessible for pedestrians and take a photo with the big statue of the Golden Dragon - the symbol of the park.

  • Very nice scenery. It will be great if the cafes sells more savory foods other than just desserts. Do note that transportation is hard to get if u planning to leave the place. Waited for grab but none was available. Had to turn in to the locals there for help to get back to the city.

  • Nice park with free entrance. You pay only for things you want to do/eat, activities you choose. Bicycles are available for rent for an hourly rate, and they’re in good condition. You can also opt to take a tram tour for 100 baht per person (children free). You can stop at a tea plantation and wander around there, even pluck some tea leaves yourself. They also have a zip line for 300 baht per person.

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