Romp through a marigold farm for free in Buriram

Photo: Thai news agency
Photo: Thai news agency

Traipsing through a field of Insta-ready marigolds on a farm has become the latest reason to head east to Buriram province.

Nam and Vill’s Marigold Farm opened yesterday as a tourist attraction along Highway 24, a major thoroughfare which also leads to the Phanom Rung Historical Park’s collection of ancient Khmer temples.

It is privately owned by a married couple Kunanun Khunwong and Chutikan Polkatok. They told reporters the field was a side project made possible by many people in the community of Ban Nong Haew.

Entry is free. It’s located on Highway 24 in Ban Nong Haew, Charoensuk, Chalermprakiat district.


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