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The Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden was opened in 1992 and is maintained under the auspices of the Thai Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The facility's purpose is to conduct and promote botanical research, biodiversity and to conserve Thailand's natural plant resources. With its wide collection of plant species, 12 exhibition greenhouses, garden and nature trails, educational and research activities, the facility offers many learning opportunities - not just a tourist attraction. Originally the botanical park named the Mae Sa Botanic Garden.
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The Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden was opened in 1992 and is maintained under the auspices of the Thai Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The facility's purpose is to conduct and promote botanical research, biodiversity and to conserve Thailand's natural plant resources.  With its wide collection of plant species, 12 exhibition greenhouses, garden and nature trails, educational and research activities, the facility offers many learning opportunities - not just a tourist attraction.  Originally the botanical park named the Mae Sa Botanic Garden.