Program 6 Days 5 Nights

Day 1: Hat Yai Airport – Luang Por Kaen Chan
Afternoon Take an air-conditioned van from the meeting point at Hat Yai Airport and leave for Tung Wah District.
Tung Wah District was once a prosperous port town named “Su-Ngai-Au-Pae” which was used to trade with foreign countries, hence the nickname of “Little Penang”. See the ancient way of life at Chom-Pu-Ni-Mit Temple and engage in a worship with Kan-Chan Monk, the highly-respected monk of Tung Wah District.
Check-in at Tung Wah Homestaygodon, certified by Thailand’s standard of 2017-2019
7.00 pm Dinner at the homestay and then free time
Day 2: ChalermRach Cultural Centre – Lestagodon Cave
8.00 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Arrive at the tourist information centre of Satun’s Geopark
Go on a guided tour to learn about Satun’s land formation and how it gained the status of “Satun UNESCO Global Geopark”.
10.00 am Next, head to Chalermrach Cultural Centre, Tung Wah’s Ancient Elephant Museum which showcases the way of living and culture of the province, as well as the impressive Lestagodon elephant fossils that are over 1.8 million years old.
11.30 am Local dishes to try for lunch by Tung Wah’s Homestaygodon
Head to Lestagodon Cave and listen to the safety instructions from the guide before entering Lay Cave.
1.00 pm Kayak through the cave, admiring the beauty of stalactites and stalagmites. This is thought to be the longest underwater cave system throughout the Thai-Malay Peninsula (you’ll be following a 4km-route)
4.00 pm Head to Tha Oyy View Point and then return to the accommodation
7.00 pm Dinner at the homestay and free time
Day 3: Dragon’s Back – Tie-dyed fabric
8.00 am Breakfast at the homestay
9.00 am Depart for Tha Oyy View Point and take a long-tail boat out to see the ‘Dragon’s back’, which emerges when the tide is low in the middle of the sea – resembling a dragon figure enjoying the sea currents!
12.00 pm Return to Tha Oyy View Point to have lunch at the multipurpose hall
1.00 pm Learn about tie-dyed fabric from Taboon tree
2.30 pm Dessert cooking: Love dessert
4.00 pm Return to the accommodation
7.00 pm Dinner at the homestay and free time
Day 4: Kuan-Kong Garden – Orchid Handcraft – Than Plew waterfall
8.00 am Breakfast
9.00 am Be amazed by the various types of tropical pitcher plants and try dessert made of the certain plant at “Suan Kuan Kong”
11.00 am Orchid-making and Satun’s Paphiopedium orchid from clay
12.30 pm Lunch at Preeda Homestay
1.30 pm Leave for Tarn Plew Waterfall
4.00 pm Return to the accommodation
7.00 pm Dinner at Tung Wah Homestaygodon and free time
Day 5: Hydroponics Farm – Fisherman’s Way of Life
8.00 am Breakfast at Tung Wah’s Homestaygodon
9.00 am Learn how to knit with wax rope and make a necklace or bracelet
10.00 am Hat-making from recycled cloths
12.00 pm Lunch at Tung Wah’s Homestaygodon
1.00 pm Depart for the old market, formerly known as “Su Ngai U Pay” and regarded as “little Penang” in the past. Take in the historical atmosphere as you pass old buildings and Chino-Portuguese architecture.
Visit “Chim Hydroponics”, the soil-less farm known for growing the best-quality melons in the region. Here, you can also try Satun’s only “Melon Coffee” – not to be missed!
5.00 pm Leave to Tung Wah Pier and learn about fishermen’s way of life and Dinner on cruise
10.00 pm Return to the accommodation
Day 6: Urai Thong Cave – Had-Yai Airport
8.00 am Dinner at Tung Wah’s Homestaygodon
9.00 am Leave for Urai Thong cave, situated in a solitary limestone mountain with its peak at 90 meters high; explore the 50-meterlong cave underneath and admire the beautiful stalactites and stalagmites
12.00 pm Lunch at the restaurant by Pak Bara Beach before leaving
1.30 pm Arrive at Hat Yai Airport and bid farewell before flying back to Bangkok.