Nong Nooch Garden Pattaya Welcoming the Iranian Ambassador to Thailand, who planted trees for conservation during his stay


President of Nong Nooch Pattaya Garden, Mr. Kampol Tansatcha, warmly greeted Mr. Seyed Reza Nobakhti, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Thailand, and his accompanying team with a tour of the garden and a tree-planting event in the arboretum. The garden is  equipped to show you around more than 50 stunning gardens spread out over 1,700 rai, as well as a number of different nurseries. There are more than 18 thousand plant and animal species have made their way to Pattaya’s Nong Nooch Garden.

Planting trees at the “Arboretum” region at the base of Khao Lai Krit as part of the “Reforestation for Conservation” project was another honor bestowed upon Mr. Seyed Reza Nobakhti, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Thailand, and the faculty on this special occasion. They worked together to plant a massive tamarind tree, and then snapped photographs of the event.

They then took the Iranian ambassadors to Nong Nooch Tropical Garden 2, an educational facility that teaches students and the general public about organic vegetable growing, charcoal and wood vinegar processing products, waste conversion into biogas, pot molding, a herb garden, stone painting, decorating the walls of the building, and a trip to the Hua Khon Museum, which houses the world’s largest collection of head masks.

Author: jaysim


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