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Monday-Sunday 8:30-16:30 (sales time is 8:30-15:30), the garden is open every day, the interior of the palace is only open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; the royal staff visits from January to March It will be temporarily closed. (Local time)
Bhubing Rajanives Palace is one of the royal residences where Thai royalty have traditionally gone to escape the summer heat. It was built in 1961 in the mountains overlooking Chiang Mai. The white-walled building decorated with yellow tiles is a unique bit of Thai architecture nestled in the green mountains. Elegant and exotic, the garden is lush and full of imported plants and flowers, such as rose and sage. The park holds more than just the palace, and includes wooden cabins and a reservoir. For travelers who enjoy the mountains, it is worth visiting and staying for a while.