Those present included Henrianne de Briey, President, World Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS). More than 300 delegates and rose enthusiasts from the United States, the United Kingdom, Belgium, China, France, Belgium, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Malaysia participated in this bicentenary celebration. Another major attraction was the amazing floral installations by the world-acclaimed floral artist, Phubast Chesdmethee (Poo).
Among the attractions was the Tea Tree Café by Arterra and Starbucks, a performance by Bickram Ghosh, a gaming zone for children, a floral fashion show, and home garden and handicraft stalls.
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