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This month, tourists can visit a waterfall in northern Thailand to observe rare orchids in bloom

In the Hin Rong Kla National Park, the orchid species habenaria janellehayneiana, which is currently in full bloom, may be found at the Man Daeng Waterfall. The management of the park claims that the rocks of the cascade are slippery. Visitors are advised to bring their own supplies of food, water, rain gear, shoes, and anti-leech socks. The park is located in northern Thailand’s Phitsanulok province. The orchid is Thailand’s national flower. The kingdom contains 1,500 unique species of orchids. Entry costs may vary based on your age and citizenship (both Thai and foreign). Flowers grow on the rocks beside the waterfall, creating a colorful scene. They naturally grow in Thailand’s woods and forests, but you may also see them by the side of the road. The uncommon orchid species, according to Phitsanulok’s Protected Area Regional Office 11, is always in full bloom in August, albeit there won’t be as many of them later in the month. Furthermore, it exports more orchids globally than any other country. If you’re interested in visiting the vibrant blossoms, you can get more information on entrance fees, schedules, and other information by calling the Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park’s visitor center at 081-5965977.

The production of orchids in the kingdom is split at 45% for export and 45% for domestic consumption. In northern Thailand, a rare species of orchid is about to blossom.

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