Doi Tung Villa

  The Royal Villa, or “Home on the Hill” of H.R.H. the Princess Mother, was built in 1988 when she initiated the Doi Tung Development Project, using her private funds and with the cooperation of the government and the private sector. Built in a style combining that of a Swiss chalet with Lanna (northern Thai)
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The Mae Fah Luang Arboretum at Doi Chang Moob

Situated on Doi Chang Moob, at 1,500 meters above sea level, the highest peak of the Nang Nawn (Reclining Woman) Range along the Thai-Myanmar border, this was once along an important opium trafficking route. The area has now been turned into an arboretum in the midst of pine forests, native Sorrel Himalayan Cherry trees and
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The UN Climate Change Conference 2017 (COP23)

The Mae Fah Luang Foundation has joined the Government of Thailand to the UN Climate Change Conference 2017 or COP23 during 6 – 17 November 2017. Through the exhibition and side events held at the Thai Pavilion, we have been sharing our experiences in Reforestation projects as a means to climate change mitigation. Dr. Sandro
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Fruits

New advanced technologies in the industry   Thousands of people dream of having their own business and even more so be a successful entrepreneur. But what does it take to achieve success in the business industry? One of the most successful entrepreneurs featured at the Forbes website, Wendy Lipton – Dibner said:   “The success
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Management Team

Many students are cash-strapped, nowadays. Nevertheless, their purchasing power is very high. Research reveals that 20 million students in the US have a combined disposable income of $417 billion. Moreover, another survey of students’ parents reveals that students now make 70 percent of their purchases themselves. These purchases are often made on credit cards. Therefore,
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