The Pha Tad Ke ethno-botanic garden in Luang Prabang, Laos, created by Dutchman Rik Gidella.
Rik Gadella got the idea for the garden 11 years ago after a week's holiday in Luang Prabang. He rented some land and spent years building up his collection of indigenous plant species Luang Prabang, the royal capital of Laos before it became a communist nation in 1975, tends to attract the world-weary.
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