Tourists treated to stunning view of yellow flowers in Nan

Tourists treated to stunning view of yellow flowers

By The Nation

 

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Photo Courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand's Nan branch office

 

Tourists enjoy the sight of the yellow flowers of the Tabebuia Chrysantha, more commonly known in English as the Golden Trumpet Tree, in full bloom in Nan’s Thung Chang district.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand's Nan branch office

 

A local group this week invited people to take photos of the beautiful scene along a 150-metre path on a private property just off Highway 101’s 98th kilometre marker. 

 

Be quick, though – the flowers only remain in full bloom until the middle of March. Admission costs Bt20.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand's Nan branch office

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/Tourism/30365249

 

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