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Wild himalayan cherry blossom , Khun wang , Chiang mai , thailand
Thailand

This obscure research station on the slopes of Doi Inthanon has been getting a good deal of attention in the last few years since word got out about it being one of the best places in the Kingdom to appreciate the beauty of phya sua khrong (wild Himalayan cherry) trees in full bloom in early January.

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Tags: khun wang; royal agricultural research centre; doi inthanon; ขุนวาง; เชียงใหม่; นางพญาเสือโคร่ง
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