The top of this mountain is very dangerous, the road is very narrow, and there are steep slopes. The cherry blossoms in January and February are very charming. (These cherry blossoms) were originally gifts given to them by the Chinese, but they were abandoned in the war and spread all the way along the mountainside (which formed the scene today). If you want to enjoy cherry blossoms here, go there on weekdays. Too many people on weekends. We wanted to find a coffee shop. When we came here, we came here by motorcycle. The road was narrow and gradually became a one-way road, then a mud road, and the last section was concrete. A coffee station closed at 5:00 pm. We had just arrived there and could only continue along the road. We came to a small village with a quiet cafe where you can refuel for motorcycles. There is a school and a small church in the small village. Playing there, because it is March, there are no flowers in full bloom, and the air feels cooler.
The road in is very bad, there is only one lane, the wrong car is very troublesome. But it’s not bad to see cherry blossoms in spring
Best in January or FebruaryThis mountain top location is treacherous to get to with exceedingly narrow roads and steep drops down the mountainsides. The Cherry blossoms which occur in January and February are AMAZING. Originally a gift from the chinese they were abandoned during the war and literally propagated all the way down the mountainside. Go during the week if you are here for the cherry blossoms. The weekends are crazy.
Sakura Valley is actually a mountain, located in Suthep Mountain Peishan National Park. From the end of January to February of each year, the pink cherry blossoms here will bloom, not worse than the Japanese cherry blossoms. In fact, the varieties grown here are all Japanese cherry varieties. Moreover, it is on the same road to Suthep Mountain Ssangyong Temple and Puping Palace, and the transportation is relatively convenient.
In Chiang Mai, the most famous road is Nimman Road, located in the northwest of the ancient city, between the ancient city and Chiang Mai University. It is the smallest and fresh street in Chiang Mai, where there are large and small cafes and exquisite shops, but they do not open until the afternoon, with their own characteristics. Ningman Road is not strictly a road, it is just a main road, and there are many small branches on the left and right of the main road.