The “Flowers in the Mist” festival being held in Thailand began on December 30, 2012 and continues until February 28, 2013. The festival takes place on Highway 304 Pak Thong Chai – Kabin Buri, at the 60th kilometer, in Udom Sap subdistrict, Wang Nam Khiao district.
Governor of Nakhon Ratchasima, Winai Buapradit said the festival is being held in response to the provinces tourism strategy of “Miracle Korat”. It is also aimed at developing Nakhon Ratchasima as an ideal place for relaxation.
Covering an area of 10 acres, the festival features fields of flowering plants that are both native and non-native species. Some of the plants include roses, marigolds, tulips, lilies and petunias.
Visitors to the area will appreciate the natural beauty of the place. On top of the beautiful surroundings, those visiting will also enjoy the yearlong cool weather.
Apart from the beautiful flowers, Wang Nam Khiao, dubbed the “Switzerland of Northern Thailand” is also famously known for its organic fruits and vegetables. Anyone who loves nature will also find it a great place to study nature.
Lastly, visitors can explore both Khmer-style temples and ancient civilization.