A big botanical garden, the entrance fee is quite expensive, but it is still very beautiful, many palm trees, and many precious flowers
It was originally a resting place for the British royal family and nobles, but it was converted into a national park after Barbados became independent. The park is located on Mount Farley, 900 feet above the sea level. It has a panoramic view of the sea.
The area is small and the tickets are not expensive, but it feels good.
Many palm trees are in the garden, and the natural features are well maintained
Similar to the botanical garden, the area is small and there is no historical atmosphere, and the entrance fee is 30 baht per person.