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Thai-Puan Community

Nakhon Nayok

About the Community

Ever imagined what it would be like if you were forced to one day leave your homeland and migrate to another country? Where would you settle and what would you do? The people living in the Chiang Kwang region of Laos were faced with this same predicament some 240 years ago, a time in which borders were hard to define across the Southeast Asian region. Obviously, moving between Thailand and Laos, two neighboring countries, didn’t require passing through immigration, filling in forms or handing over cash. The priority at that time was simply to settle in an area naturally rich in resources. Having a familiar language, cuisine and culture were all a bonus…

From Laos to Thailand, or more specifically, from Chiang Kwang to Nakorn Nayok, the Tai Puan people brought with them their civilization, beliefs, traditional recipes and ancient songs adopted by many generations. All of these things were subsequently integrated into the culture of their new community within central Siam.

Although more than 240 years have now passed, if you happen to visit this same community today, you can still find original Tai Puan dishes such as “Pla doo” (herb-fermented fish, red lotus leaf-wrapped rice), fragrant soups and desserts like “Kao kra ya koo” (coconut milk-cooked ground rice) – all traditionally cooked by the community masters using original recipes that date back to over a century. Apart from their role as skilled Tai Puan chefs, the community masters can also introduce you to some interesting traditional shows and cultural performances. Elsewhere, pick up some ancient Tai Puan woven clothes and learn some local words and phrases to amaze other Thai people who probably wouldn’t understand! local transportation or take it easy on a bicycle as you visit the community masters with the orchard nearby.

What will you learn?

Learn about the 240-year-old culture of Thai Puan tribe through discovering their culinary recipes, language, performing art and hand-woven silk with traditional patterns that have been carefully maintained.

Cultural and Local Wisdom Heritage
  1. Puan Dialect
  2. Thai Puan traditional costumes derived from hand weaving skill with local looms. Patterns of the woven fabric reflect the unique ancient local wisdom of Chiang Khwang, Laos, which has since spread to the Puan region in Thailand.
  3. Local, traditional foods of the Thai Puan people
  4. 12 month culture and tradition (Heet 12 Kong 14) In order to maintain the culture and tradition of the community which reflects the identity of Thai Puan, deriving from Laos to Thailand, many traditional practices are preserved, such as Thai Puan Bai Sri Su Kwan, Puan’s Ghost festival, Food Offering to Monks (Thevorohana Merit Making), Khao Jee Offering and Listening to sermons (Mahachat)
  5. Folk entertainment of Puan includes Puan folk songs, Tone Dance, Chiang Khwang Dance, Boon Khao Jee Dance, Thai Puan Maun Chuen Dance.
Activities
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  • Lean how to say some of the local Thai Phuan words and phrases.
  • Enjoy traditional Thai Phuan performances.
  • Have a go at cooking some original Thai Phuan dishes with a local chef.
  • Learn about hand-woven ancient patterns Thai-Puan fabrics.
  • Take a car or bicycle trip to see the nearby orchards.
  • Join in with some cultural exchange activities with students at local schools.
  • Enjoy swimming in a waterfall, whitewater rafting and other nearby tourist attractions.
Programs

Program 3 Days 2 Nights

Day 1
9.30 am Depart from Bangkok.
11.30 am Pay for homage for good luck at Nakhon Nayok City Pillar Shrine. Get to know Nakhon Nayok.
12.00 pm Lunch at one of the most well-known restaurants in the province
1.00 pm Travel to the “Phuan” community in Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
1.30 pm Arrive at the Tai Phuan community gate at Fang Klong Temple, Koh Wai sub-district, Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
Receive a welcome cloth from the community members and meet the community communicator.
2.00 pm Visit Chalerm Ratchawat Fang Klong Cultural Center and learn about the Tai Phuan community history and culture.
Pay respect to Pra Kru Wiriyanuyok, the abbot of Fang Klong Temple, with the five aggregates and pandan leaf rose bouquet.
3.00 pm Experience an “Ean Kwan Phuan” Baci welcome ceremony that supposedly ‘summons the souls’ of visitors.
4.30 pm Short break with banana and Fang Klong Temple’s iconic pandan salted eggs
5.00 pm Store your luggage at the homestay accommodation.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Practice easy some Phuan words and phrases for daily conversations with the hosts.
8.00 pm Leisure time
Day 2
6.30 am Ride on traditional vehicle to visit the market. Enjoy the fresh morning air and experience the community lifestyle.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Pay respect to the Buddha’s footprint model with the host at Koh Wai using pandan leaf roses as an offering.
9.30 am Visit Auntie Tongsri’s ancient house.
Learn about the tools used for working with rice, the Tai Phuan and Huen Phuan traditions.
10.30 am Cook with Kru Lord, get to know the traditional Tai Phuan dishes, food traditions and beliefs.
Learn about “Pla doo” herb-fermented fish and help the locals cook traditional Phuan dishes.
12.00 pm Lunch of fried rice with herb-fermented fish wrapped in red lotus leaf at Kru Lord’s house
1.30 pm Visit Ta Daeng Temple and its important religious sites. Learn about Thai temples and how Phuan people are devoted to Buddhism. Pay homage to the sacred items that are much respected by the Phuan people of Ta Daeng village.
2.30 pm Visit Lao Doen mushroom farm. Collect mushrooms for dinner, cooked by the homestay host
3.30 pm Visit Wang Bon reservoir, and kayak or bike around the beautiful nature.
5.00 pm Admire the view of Khao Yai National Park at Rawin Home Café.
6.30 pm Return to the homestay.
7.00 pm Dinner at the homestay. Help the host prepare the next morning’s merit making packs.
8.30 pm Leisurely time
Day 3
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host while wearing a traditional Phuan outfit at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Arrive at Ban Mai Phuan community, or “Ban Moe” in Phuan.
Pay homage to Kusawadee Buddha Relics Stupa at Patummawongsawas (Ban Mai) Temple.
10.00 am Visit the “Pak Pli Tai Phuan handloom weaving group” at the Center of Local Wisdom, Ban Mai Temple.
Learn about the ancient handloom weaving method.
10.30 am Short break with “Kao krayakoo” rice pudding cooked with coconut milk, a traditional dessert.
11.00 am Return to the homestay, collect your luggage and say goodbye to the community.
12.00 pm Lunch at a famous local restaurant, Chaluay Pochana, which sells ancient Phuan suki from the Ban Koh Wai Phuan community.
1.00 pm Depart from Nakhon Nayok
4.00 pm Safe arrival in Bangkok

Program 3 Days 2 Nights

No. of visitors 2 persons 4 persons 6 persons 8 persons 20 persons
Rate/Person (THB) 19,000 11,000 8,600 7,500 6,900

Additional Equipment

  • Sun protection such as sunglasses, sunscreen, hats and umbrella
  • Suitable clothing to enjoy waterfall activities
  • Suitable clothing for hot and rainy weather
  • Proper footwear such as sneakers and slippers
  • Medication for chronic health conditions
  • Avoid keeping valuable belongings during the trip
  • Kindly follow instructions of staff and community

The price is inclusive of:

  • Meals (Breakfast 2 meals/ Lunch 3 meals/ Dinner 2 meals)
  • Transportation from Bangkok to the community
  • Domestic transportation
  • 2 nights’ accommodation
  • Planned activities
  • Tour guides
  • Local Interpreters
  • Travel insurance

The price is exclusive of:

  • Personal expenses
  • Foods and beverage not mentioned in the Program
  • 7% VAT

Program 6 Days 5 Nights

Day 1: Meet the Thai Phuan people
8.00 am Depart from Bangkok to Thai-Puan Community, Nakhon Nayok Province.
10.00 am Arrive at the Thai Puan community gate at Fang Klong Temple, Koh Wai sub-district, Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok Province
Warm welcome ceremony

  • Receive a welcome cloth from the community members.
  • Enjoy the drum show and thai dance from Pak-Phli kindergarten school.
Depart to Fang Klong temple port.
Welcome speech from Tourism Authority of Nakhon Nayok.
Enjoy local music “short river but long history” from local musicians.
Short break with banana and Fang Klong Temple’s iconic pandan salted eggs.
10.45 am Visit Chalerm Ratchawat Fang Klong Cultural Center and learn about the Thai Puan community history and culture.
Pay respect to Pra Kru Wiriyanuyok, the abbot of Fang Klong Temple, with the five aggregates and pandan leaf rose bouquet.
Experience an “Ean Kwan Puan” Baisi welcome ceremony that supposedly ‘summons the souls’ of visitors.
Watch video about history of Puan to learn culture of Puan.
Receive local souvenirs from Pak-Phli District Chief.
12.00 pm Lunch with Thai-Puan Style and Enjoy local performance
1.30 pm Learn historical Thai-Puan Way of Life at Purn-Ban-Wat-Fang-Klong Museum and Chalerm Ratchawat Fang Klong Cultural Center
3.00 pm Learn how to do unique pandan Salted Eggs and pandan roses.
4.30 pm Arrive at Homestay and relax
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay (local style)
7.00 pm Practice easy some Puan words and phrases for daily conversations with the hosts.
8.00 pm Leisure time
Day 2: Tai Phuan class
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast with the host at the homestay
9.00 am Learn the true Tai Phuan culture. Get to know the “Heet sip song” monthly traditions and “Kong sip see” morals, which are still practiced nowadays. Make pandan roses.
10.00 am Pay respect to the Buddha’s footprint model with Auntie Suree and Colonel Prateep at Koh Wai using pandan leaf roses.
10.30 am Visit Auntie Tongsri’s ancient house with Auntie Suree.
Learn about the tools used for working with rice, the Tai Phuan and Huen Phuan traditions.
12.00 pm Lunch
Chaluay Pochana, ancient Phuan suki from Ban Koh Wai Phuan community.
1.30 pm Visit a school and exchange cultures with the students.
Welcome ceremony from Pak Pli Wittayakan School management team.
Learn Thai traditional dance from Pak Pli Wittayakan School dancing art club.
4.00 pm Visit fruit market (Nong-Cha-Om)
4.30 pm Return to the homestay and have some leisure time.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
7.00 pm Practice some easy Phuan words and phrases for daily conversations with the host.
8.00 pm Leisure time
Day 3: Tai Phuan Buddist ceremonies and nature tourism
6.30 am Make merit at the temple following the Tai Phuan tradition in the history of Pak Pli Tai Phuan settlement at Ta Daeng temple. Dress in a traditional Tai Phuan outfit.
Make merit with 9 monks at the temple’s sanctuary and the stupa of Venerable Father Para, the monk who led the Phuan people from Chiang Kwang, Laos into Siam over 200 years ago.
7.00 am Arrange “Janghan” breakfast sets for the monks with the Ta Daeng community members.
8.00 am Listen to the monks’ chant prayers.
8.30 am Breakfast with the community members at Ta Daeng Temple
Visit important religious sites in the temple. Learn about Thai temples and how Phuan people are devoted to Buddhism from the community instructor.
Pay homage to the Maitreya image in Ta Daeng Temple’s sanctuary.
Pay homage to the stupa of Venerable Father Para.
Pray at the Grandfather Shrine of Ban Ta Daeng community.
Visit Ban-Dong-Kwand School (3 Nations School)
9.45 am Go on a trip to the Tai Phuan community in Nong Saeng sub-district.
Learn about the sufficiency economy philosophy and follow King Rama IX’s footsteps at Tongmon Garden, Ban Hua Ling Nai Center of Environmental Study, in Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
Learn about organic farming and how resources can be efficiently used.
Cook lunch with the host using ingredients from the center, such as fresh eggs and organic vegetables.
Collect organic vegetables and use them to prepare dinner with the homestay host (learn how to preserve vegetables and create natural packaging).
11.00 am Cook and eat lunch with the host.
1.00 pm Visit a goat farm and feed milk to the goats.
Visit Lao Doen mushroom farm and collect mushrooms for cooking dinner at the homestay.
Visit local Thai-Puan Wat-Sri-Mongkon Museum to see the picture of Dhamma Puzzles
Ride on traditional vehicle to visit the market. Enjoy the scenery and experience the community lifestyle in Thai-Puan Village, Nong-Sang District.
Pay homage to the “Venerable Father Pra Yim”, an ancient Buddha image carved from a jackfruit tree at Takian Tong Temple, in Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
End of the ride 2.5 kilometers at the tree house.
3.30 pm Snacks at Rawin Home Cafe “A hundred baht drink with a million dollar view”, in Pak Pli district.
Enjoy the view of Khao Yai National Park.
5.00 pm Return to the homestay.
Cook up some traditional Tai Phuan dishes for dinner with organic vegetables and mushrooms collected with the host and visitors to Koh Wai sub-district.
Dinner at the homestay with visitors to Koh Wai sub-district.
Enjoy the show of Phuan traditional games.
Practice some easy Phuan words and phrases for daily conversations with the hosts and enjoy leisure time.
Day 4: Nakhon Nayok – green city
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host while wearing a traditional Puan outfit at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
Visit community economic base that concerning about environment and pollution.
10.00 am Visit some of the top natural sights in Nakhon Nayok. Enjoy a boat ride with a view over Kun Dan Prakan Chol Dam. Swim in the waterfall, raft and have lunch in the middle of nature. Ride a golf cart along the crest of the dam in the evening.
6.00 pm Return to the homestay with free time until dinner.
7.30 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 5: The Tai Phuan community’s local products
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Cook with Kru Lord, get to know about some of the traditional Tai Phuan dishes, food traditions and beliefs.
Learn about “Pla doo” herb-fermented fish and help the locals cook some traditional Phuan dishes.
10.00 am Cook a Phuan dish, “fried red lotus extract-cooked rice with herb-fermented wrapped in red lotus leaf”.
12.00 pm Lunch with Koh Wai community members.
Arrive at Ban Mai Phuan community, or “Ban Moe” in Phuan language.
1.30 pm Visit a rice field and learn all about rice and farming. Collect suitable ‘ears’ of rice and rice milk for cooking kao krayakoo.
2.30 pm Visit Auntie Noo’s kitchen. Get to know the recipe for “Kao krayakoo” rice pudding cooked with coconut milk, a traditional dessert.
Help Auntie Noo make the pudding and enjoy it as an afternoon snack.
4.00 pm Pay homage to Kusawadee Buddha Relics Stupa at Patummawongsawas Temple.
Visit the “Pak Pli Tai Phuan handloom weaving group” at the Center of Local Wisdom, Ban Mai Temple.
Learn about the ancient handloom weaving method.
Shopping food at Ta-Daeng Market and have dinner at Homestay.
5.30 pm Return to the homestay and have some free time to yourself.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Join the “Ma Tum Ma Hom Nam Kan” gathering ceremony with Koh Wai Tai Phuan community members before saying goodbye.
Day 6: Farewell to the community
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host dressed in a traditional Phuan outfit at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Plant memorial trees.
10.00 am Say goodbye to the community.
12.00 pm Safe arrival back in Bangkok

Program 6 Days 5 Nights

No. of visitors 2 persons
Rate/Person (THB) 37,000

Additional Equipment

  • Sun protection such as sunglasses, sunscreen, hats and umbrella
  • Suitable clothing to enjoy waterfall activities
  • Light and proper clothing for hot and rainy weather
  • Proper shoes: 1 pair of sneakers and 1 pair of slippers
  • Medication for chronic health conditions
  • Avoid keeping valuable belongings during the trip
  • Kindly follow instructions of staff and community

The price is inclusive of:

  • Meals (Breakfast 5 meals/ Lunch 5 meals/ Dinner 5 meals)
  • Transportation from Bangkok to the community
  • Domestic transportation
  • 5 nights’ accommodation
  • Planned activities
  • Tour guides
  • Local Interpreters
  • Travel insurance

The price is exclusive of:

  • Personal expenses
  • Foods and beverage not mentioned in the Program
  • 7% VAT

Program 7 Days 6 Nights

Day 1
9.30 am Depart from Bangkok.
11.30 am Arrive in Nakhon Nayok.
Pray for good luck at Nakhon Nayok City Pillar Shrine. Get to know more about Nakhon Nayok and the surrounding province.
12.00 pm Lunch at one of the most well-known restaurants in the province
1.30 pm Visit Ganesha Park and pay homage to Thailand’s biggest Ganesha image.
2.15 pm Travel to the “Phuan” community in Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
3.00 pm Arrive at the Tai Phuan community gate at Fang Klong Temple, in Pak Pli district, Nakhon Nayok.
Receive a welcome cloth from the community members. Meet the community communicator.
Short break with banana and Fang Klong Temple’s iconic pandan salted eggs
3.30 pm Visit Chalerm Ratchawat Fang Klong Cultural Center and learn about the Tai Phuan community’s history and culture.
Pay respect to Pra Kru Wiriyanuyok, the abbot of Fang Klong Temple, with the five aggregates and pandan leaf rose bouquet.
4.30 pm Experience the “Ean Kwan Phuan” Baci welcome ceremony that supposedly ‘summons the souls of visitors’.
5.15 pm Arrive at the homestay, store your luggage and meet the host. Enjoy some leisure time.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay.
Practice some easy Phuan words and phrases for daily conversations with the hosts.
Day 2
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast with the host at the homestay
9.00 am Learn about the true Tai Phuan culture. Get to know the “Heet sip song” monthly traditions and “Kong sip see” morals, which are still practiced by the locals today. Make pandan roses.
10.00 am Pay respect to the Buddha’s footprint model with the host at Koh Wai using pandan leaf roses as an offering.
10.30 am Visit Auntie Tongsri’s ancient house.
Learn about the tools used for working with rice, the Tai Phuan and Huen Phuan traditions.
12.00 pm Lunch at a famous local restaurant
Chaluay Pochana, ancient Phuan suki from Ban Koh Wai Phuan community.
1.30 pm Arrive at Ban Mai Phuan community, or “Ban Moe” in Phuan.
Pay homage to Kusawadee Buddha Relics Stupa at Patummawongsawas (Ban Mai) Temple.
2.00 pm Visit the “Pak Pli Tai Phuan handloom weaving group” at the Center of Local Wisdom, Ban Mai Temple.
Learn about the ancient handloom weaving method.
2.30 pm An introduction to “Kao krayakoo” rice pudding cooked with coconut milk, a traditional dessert. Try it yourself as an afternoon snack, too.
3.30 pm Visit a rice field where you’ll learn all about rice and farming. Ride on traditional vehicle to people going about their daily lives.
4.30 pm Return to the homestay and have some leisurely time.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 3
6.00 am Wake up early to visit the community market. Enjoy shopping for breakfast at the market.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Cook with Kru Lord, get to know some traditional Tai Phuan dishes, as well as their food traditions and beliefs.
Learn about “Pla doo” herb-fermented fish and help the locals cook traditional Phuan dishes.
12.00 pm Lunch of fried rice with herb-fermented fish wrapped in red lotus leaf
1.30 pm Enjoy activities with the community masters with various skills inherited for generations.
4.00 pm Return to the homestay and have some leisure time.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 4
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Visit some of the top natural sights in Nakhon Nayok. Enjoy a boat ride with a view over Kun Dan Prakan Chol Dam. Swim in the waterfall, raft and have lunch in the middle of nature. Ride on a golf cart along the crest of the dam in the evening.
6.00 pm Return to the homestay. Leisure time until dinner.
6.30 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 5
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Visit Ta Daeng Temple and its important religious sites. Learn about Thai temples and how Phuan people are devoted to Buddhism. Pay homage to the sacred items that are highly respected by the Phuan people of Ta Daeng village.
10.00 am Learn about the sufficiency economy philosophy and follow King Rama IX’s footsteps at Tongmon Garden, Ban Hua Ling Nai Center of Environmental Study. Learn about organic farming and how resources can be efficiently used.
12.00 pm Cook and eat lunch with the hosts.
1.30 pm Visit a goat farm and feed milk to the goats. Visit Lao Doen mushroom farm and collect mushrooms for cooking dinner at the homestay. Pay homage to the “Venerable Father Pra Yim” an ancient Buddha image carved from a jackfruit tree at Takian Tong Temple.
Enjoy the view and experience the Phuan lifestyle in the village in Nong Saeng sub-district.
3.30 pm Snacks at Rawin Home Cafe “A hundred baht drink with a million dollar view”. Enjoy the view of Khao Yai National Park.
4.00 pm Return to the homestay. Cook a traditional Tai Phuan traditional with organic vegetables and mushrooms collected with the hosts.
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 6
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.30 am Visit Wang Bon reservoir, and kayak or bike around the beautiful nature.
12.00 pm Lunch at a local restaurant
1.00 pm Visit a fruit orchard and taste seasonal fruits.
2.00 pm Make a herbal compress or get a traditional massage at Ban Fang Klong community, Pak Pli Hospital.
5.00 pm Return to the homestay and have some leisure time
6.00 pm Dinner at the homestay
Day 7
6.30 am Make morning merit with the host in a traditional Phuan outfit at the homestay.
7.30 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Plant memorial trees and say goodbye to the community.
12.00 pm Safe arrival back in Bangkok

Program 7 Days 6 Nights

No. of visitors 2 persons 4 persons 6 persons 8 persons 20 persons
Rate/Person (THB) 39,000 28,000 23,500 21,900 19,900

Additional Equipment

  • Sun protection such as sunglasses, sunscreen, hats and umbrella
  • Suitable clothing to enjoy waterfall activities
  • Light and proper clothing for hot and rainy weather
  • Proper shoes: 1 pair of sneakers and 1 pair of slippers
  • Medication for chronic health conditions
  • Avoid keeping valuable belongings during the trip
  • Kindly follow instructions of staff and community

The price is inclusive of:

  • Meals (Breakfast 6 meals/ Lunch 6 meals/ Dinner 6 meals)
  • Transportation from Bangkok to the community
  • Domestic transportation
  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • Planned activities
  • Tour guides
  • Local Interpreters
  • Travel insurance

The price is exclusive of:

  • Personal expenses
  • Foods and beverage not mentioned in the Program
  • 7% VAT

Seasons/ Periods of Visit: All-year-round

Local Foods
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  • Authentic Pla Du with Herbs (Local fish with herbs)
  • Kaho Kra Ya Koo (Local dessert)
  • Rice in Red Lotus Leaf
  • Nueang Song Sam Curry
  • Dried Fish in Cassia Curry
  • Traditional Thai Puan coconut rice noodles
  • Clear Pickled Fish Sauce
  • Puan Curry with Rice Nooles
  • Kang Chan Num Ser (Local spicy soup)
  • Catfish in salted sauce
Local Products
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  • Hand-woven fabric, Thai Puan local wisdom of Pak Plee, Nakorn Nayok
  • Traditional costumes, Woven fabric, Thai Puan local wisdom of Pak Plee, Nakorn Nayok
  • Appliances, Woven fabric, Thai Puan local wisdom of Pak Plee, Nakorn Nayok
  • Thai Puan authentic local fish with herbs
  • Thai Puan authentic Khao Krayakoo (local dessert)
  • Scented salted eggs, Wat Fung Klong
  • Thai Puan salted crispy coconut crepe
  • Grilled Sticky rice stuffed with black sesame
  • Krayasart Rice
Home stay
Homestay Mrs. Suree Sapaothong
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ไทยพวนHS3
ไทยพวนHS2
Photo/VDO Gallery
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Nearby Accommodation
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Kaho Hom Resort

Suwansorn Road
Capacity: 40-50 persons

Tel: 0-3734-9659

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Nava Resort

Suwansorn Road
Capacity: 40-50 persons

Tel: 0-3734-9758

Nearby attractions
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  • Wang Muang Waterfall
  • Khun Dan Prakarnchon Dam
  • Wang Bon Reservoir
  • Sam Thida Waterfall (Haew Narok)
  • Nok Yiew Dam Field
  • Wat Fang Klong
  • Performing arts
  • Thai Puan Folk Museum
  • Thai Puan Weaving Centre
  • Chalermrat Wat Fang Klong Cultural Centre
  • Wat Pratum Wongsawat (Wat Mai)
How to get there

Take AH 1 (Phaholyothin) from Bangkok then take AH 305 (Rangsit-Nakorn Nayok) to the centre of Nakorn Nayok, Take AH 33 (Suwansorn Road) to the community, 10 minutes away from the city centre. The total distance is 150 km, taking around 2 hours and 30 minutes via highway from Bangkok.

Community’s Contact Information

Community’s tourism coordinator:
Mrs. Patcharin Khumsuwan Phone: 09-9504-7704 / 08-5482–1320
Act. Sub. Lit Chatchai Yodming Phone: 09-2757-9377 / 09-0007-1061
Mr. Rachkit Oonruen Phone: 08-6380-6461
Address: 213 Moo 4 Baan Fung Klong, Koh Whai subdistrict, Pak Plee district, Nakorn Nayok

Tour Agent Contact Information

Tour operator’s name: Friday Trip Co.Ltd
E-Mail: pam@fridaytrip.com, csrouting@fridaytrip.com
Phone: 02-3738008 / 088-0082906-7
Social media: www.fridaytrip.com, www.facebook.com/fridaytrip.page