Singha Park in the Chiang Rai countryside is an ideal attraction for a morning or evening family outing if you want to experience a real difference. It is not just about plantations, but also about nice views and a lot of experiential activities to engage in.
What is it really?
The fertile soil in it has been initially used for growing barley for beer productions, but now being used to grow fruits and tea. The farms are now popular mostly for the oolong tea productions and the great news is that the visitors get a chance to see how this tea is made during their tours around.
Going around the park
If you are staying in a hotel in Chiang Rai, getting to the park is not a problem at all. There are enough and more transportation modes that you can take without spending much. Since the park covers a huge area, going around the park can be done by bicycles or electric trams.
What activities can you engage in?
In addition to the jungle adventures available for you at the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, if you still want to pet some other animals, then this park matches your needs the best. There are zebras and giraffes that you can see in this park as well, a treat for the kids for sure!
Best times to visit the park
The park is open throughout the year, but the best time to visit falls from November to January. Throughout the year the Park hosts several musical events as well featured by popular artists and you might as well consider this fact when you are planning your next tour.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+