16 Flower Gardens in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Flower Gardens

If you plan to travel to the north of Thailand, don’t forget to check out the many flower gardens of Chiang Mai, as there are seven places listed here for you to discover. Please also note that some farms are only open from November to March.

Chiang Mai sits in the north of Thailand and is much cooler than Bangkok, with temperatures ranging from 19 to 31 Celsius. It is also one of the most beautiful places in Thailand to explore for food, culture and, of course, flowers.

Flower Gardens in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is home to several flower gardens and orchards that cater to the entire Thailand, and ever since the trend of Instagram and TikTok postings came about in the last five years, these places have been extremely popular.

Even today, and after the pandemic, people still want to visit these beautiful flower gardens in Chiang Mai to take photos. But remember, these places cater to both flower and garden lovers and those who only want to get beautiful photos.

Chiang Mai is also an 8-hour drive or a quick 1-hour flight from Bangkok. Below is a list of the Chiang Mai flower gardens in alphabetical order and with Google Maps links;

  1. Aunty Nok Aeang Flower Farm

    This is probably one of the famous flower farms in Chiang Mai, offering five types of flowers to view in December. There’s also a coffee cafe with an antique theme and lots of antiques. Those taking photos are given free props, but please check if they still provide this service. You can also hire a local photographer from the farm to take your pictures.
    • Admission: 50 Baht per person, car parking is 20 Baht.
    • Address: 102 1 ซอย 10 Mueang Kaeo, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai
    • Open: 6.00 AM – 6.30 PM
    • Tel: 083 581 1852

  2. Ban Na Flower

    This beautiful flower farm offers Red Celosias, Marguerites, Cutters, and Siam Tulips, which makes Ban Na Flower Farm one of the must-visit farms for photography. There are many photo props and photo spots for visitors, and interesting props are offered, including flower crowns, umbrellas, stairways, huts, mirrors, and more.
    • Admission: 50 Baht for adults and free for children under ten years old.
    • Location: Nong Keao Soi 2, Meung Kaeo, Mae Rim, Chiangmai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 07:00 – 18:00
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bannaflower

  3. Flower Lovers

    Flower Lovers is one of Chiangmai’s favourite flower farms and is located not far from the city, taking only 25-30 minutes from the city centre to get here. The flower farm also provides food and drinks at their local cafe right in the garden. It is A photogenic place suitable for photographers and those wanting to spice up their TikTok and Instagram feeds.
    • Admission: 50 Baht.
    • Location: 18 ต San Phi Suea, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai
    • Open: Mon-Sun 06:00 – 19:00

  4. I Love Flower Farm

    A more commercial flower garden is I Love Flower Farm, which capitalises on the English name branding, which is a brilliant move by the owner. Here, you can find hydrangeas in purple, white and light blue, while the farm provides many opportunities for photography, including colourful balloons. However, this farm will only stay open until mid-January.
    • Admission: 90 Baht and includes a ride from the parking area into the field and a refreshing welcome drink.
    • Location: 33 Mueang Kaeo, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai
    • Open: Mon-Sun 8.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iloveflowerfarmchiangmai

  5. Kuv Niam Hydenyia

    A popular flower field that caters to both locals and tourists in Chiang Mai. This place features a massive hydrangea field over 0.5 hectares and is surrounded by mountains and a sea of mist early in the morning. It is about a 40-minute drive from Chiang Mai downtown and provides shuttle bus services for tourists from downtown.
    • Admission: 50 Baht.
    • Location: 173, Pong Yaeng, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai
    • Open: Mon-Sun 08:00 – 18:00
    • Tel: 093 668 9627

  6. Orange Garden My Garden

    One of the popular Instagrammable places is My Garden Flower Farm and Orange Orchard, where the owners have put a lot of effort into beautifying the place for photography. The highlights here are the hydrangeas and the vast orange orchard stretching the garden’s distance.
    • Admission: 30 Baht admission fee. 130 Baht for orange picking right from the trees (1 kg).
    • Location: 7118 บ้านแม่ขิ แม่แรม Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai
    • Open: Mon-Sun 7.30 AM – 6.00 PM

  7. Hydrangea Garden

    Hydrangea Garden of Doi Inthanon is another favourite among flower field lovers. This flower garden is owned by a community group here, and they focus on the purple and blue Hydrangeas. There are several spots where you can get really nice photos here.
    • Admission: 90 Baht per person, and you can also rent a car to drive up there for 350 Baht per vehicle.
    • Location: Unnamed Road Ban Luang, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai 50160
    • Open: Mon-Sun 07:00 – 18:00

    Flower Gardens in Chiang Mai
    One of the beautiful flower gardens here. Photo by Thailand Tourism.
  8. Nai Phon Chrysanthemum Flower Field

    This garden is a little further than the other flower gardens, but you will discover fields of beautiful chrysanthemum flowers, instantly inspiring you. Great for photo taking and best visited during the winter months, and the highlight is white and yellow Chrysanthemum flowers. The journey from Chiang Mai town is almost two hours.
    • Admission: Free
    • Location: Mae Sap, Samoeng District, Chiang Mai 50250
    • Open: Mon-Sun 7.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flowerfarmnyaphl

  9. Pang Hwa @ Mon Jam Flower Farm

    If you’re looking for a view of bright purple Marguerites, Pang Hwa @ Mon Jam Flower Farm is another spot that should be on your itinerary. With many types of flowers and photogenic areas to explore, choose your spot from a cosy corner under the Sakura tree, a small hut, different photo booths, and a viewpoint from the high tower. Pang Hwa @ Mon Jam Flower Farm’s • • Admission: 50 Baht.
    • Location: 82 Moo 11, Mae Raem, Mae Rim, Chiangmai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 07:00 – 18:00
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100065421252761

  10. Rai Wang Than

    While yellow chrysanthemum flowers cover the hills and valleys of Ban Om Long and provide plenty of photo opportunities, the farm welcomes visitors with delicious noodles and refreshing chrysanthemum juice. Open daily, from 06.00-18.00 Hrs. The entrance fee is 20 Baht per person. But hurry! This year, the farm is open until 25 November only.
    • Location: Ban Om Long, Samoeng, Chiang Mai

  11. Sixflowers Garden

    This garden features long strips of celosia flowers in bright yellow, red, orange, pink, green and purple colours. It is located in the middle of a valley in Mae Rim. Tourists can enjoy taking selfies amid the cool mountain breeze. Entrance tickets can be used for free drinks from a café. The garden is open until the end of January.
    • Admission: 60 Baht, which can be converted to a drink voucher at the cafe.
    • Location: Mae Raem, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 8.00 AM – 7.00 PM
    • Tel: 099 139 7444

  12. Suan Dok Kor Kai Flower Farm

    A scenery straight out of a fairytale here at Suan Dok Kor Kai Flower Farm! You might mistake yourself for being in Japan or Korea with the vast valley and many slopey hills as background for your photos. If you arrive early in the morning, you might even feel the sea of fog gliding through your skin comfortably as it hangs through the blooming flower stems. Suan Dok Kor Kai is divided into three fields, each with its adorable swing set, providing a cute photo option. See Cleome, Chrysanthemum, Marguerite, and Verbena flowers in their full glory here, with the • Admission: 20 Baht.
    • Location: 100/1 Moo 4, Mae Raem, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 07:00 – 18:00

  13. Suan Dok Pa Juan Lung Jai Garden

    Suan Dok Pa Juan Lung Jai is a small but perfectly sized garden, and you’ll see three colours of Marguerites (purple, white, and red) lined up waiting for you. They have 6 photo spots along the way for you to explore.
    • Admission: 50 Baht for adults and free for children under 7 years old.
    • Location: Nong Khiao 2 Alley, Mueang Kaeo, Mae Rim, Chiangmai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 09:00 – 18:00

  14. Lung Ron Garden

    This garden features multi-coloured Margarette and Plumosa species flowers. There is a very simple flower garden in Chiang Mai, and they have a coffee cafe and washroom, but not as many flowers as others. But you can visit and explore this place near other flower farms.
    • Admission: 50 Baht
    • Location: Soi Na Wat 8/1, Mueang Kaeo, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 6.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    • Tel: 087 189 8355

  15. Surachai Farm

    This garden features blooming yellow sunflowers as well as rainbow flowers and white cutter flowers. The garden also allows tourists to borrow props, such as flower crowns, umbrellas, and hats for photos.
    • Admission: Unsure if they are still open daily or on a break.
    • Location: Nong Khiao 4, Mueang Kaeo, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50180
    • Open: Google lists them, but you need to double check when you are there.
    • Tel: 083 774 8425

  16. Ying Yong Flower Garden

    This garden is located in the Mon Jam area in Mae Rim. The garden features red salvia flowers and sections of purple and white salvia flowers. Since it is located on a mountaintop, tourists can enjoy taking photos of colourful flowers against the backdrop of clouds of mist. They also have a field of golden blooming Marigolds to boost bright yellow intensity to your photos and white Cutters to add gentleness with tiny white stems.
    • Admission: 40 Baht admission fee
    • Location: Mae Raem, Mae Rim District, Chiangmai 50180
    • Open: Mon-Sun 6.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    • Tel: 061 318 7181
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yingyong16353

Map of Flower Gardens in Chiang Mai
A map showing some of the flower gardens in Chiang Mai.


If you have been planning to travel to northern Thailand, you can visit the many flower gardens in Chiang Mail. And remember, the best time to do this is from November till March, as it is the winter season here for the blooms.

At other times of the year, the Chiang Mai flower gardens may be open, but you will not see many flowers. Therefore, make your trip arrangements for the year-end or beginning of the year.

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