Krachiew Blooming Festival. Pink purple. The flowers are regular mountain woeful collapse of this When the rainy season. Krachiew pink to purple flowers bloom full Hygrepoeu green fields. Smoke mixed with air and gently come slowly. Impressed the visitors. The fields of heaven as if this
The unique geographical landscape of Chaiyaphum Province in the northeast of Thailand gives rise to a range of natural attractions of exceptional beauty. Of these, the fields of pinkish-purple Siam Tulip, or “Dok Krachiew”, come in to full bloom in the early part of the rainy season from June to August.
Also commonly called ‘patumma’, ‘bua sawan’ (heaven lotus), or ‘bua bok’ (the land lotus), the Siam Tulip is a member of the ginger genera – Curcuma or Zingiberaceae.
The unusual form, bright colour and long-lasting quality of the Siam Tulip has made it an increasingly popular choice for floral decorations. It is in high demand and is currently being cultivated in the form of cuttings or ornamental plants for local consumption as well as for export overseas, predominantly to Japan and the Netherlands.
The journey from Bangkok to Saraburi via Phaholyothin to separate Pu Cat and turn right onto Highway 21 to the Map. Lamnarai. Then use the route number 205 before Tue. Thepsathit about 1 km turn left. A. Bua Rawe the number of dogs in 2354 distance of 15 km and turn left into the farmhouse (the signs to Bosch. Pa Hin Ngam) distance is 14 km to the park office Pa Hin Ngam.