Bang Kham River Community

This local river is a tributary of the larger Lopburi River and was once a lifeline of the ancient Lavo Kingdom. This area north of Lopburi is known as “the land of plenty” since it is a major rice production area with an almost unlimited supply of freshwater fish.

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Ban Mai Rut

Living where the lush evergreen forests of the Khao Banthat mountains meet the eastern shore of the Gulf of Thailand, these inshore fishery masters keep their diets simple and dishes divine.

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Doi Wawee Community

Known for pickled tea since ancient Lanna’s Meng Rai dynasty, this area was long forgotten until the Chinese nationalist troops were discharged and settled down here. They found wild tea trees that were over 700-years-old and amazingly revived them.

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Ban Nam Muab

Encircled by the Luang Pra Bang mountains, this tiny village is in fact the epicenter of eastern Lanna gastronomy. Here, unlike other places, the seasons are determined by the availability of different ingredients.

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Ban Laem Community

Southern Thai cuisine is intense and full of exciting flavors, and when those who are masters in cooking it partner up with the seasoned fishermen of Tha Sala, it becomes a formula for an endless culinary adventure.

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Nong Bua Daeng Natural Dye Community

This community’s products showcase the gentleness and subtle quality of natural dye cotton with additional mud treatment. Such textiles require effective soil and water management, which they achieved through adopting simple production processes.

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Ban Bo Kru Lao Krang Community

Originally from Laos, this group was relocated to this region in Thailand around the early Rattanakosin period. They are known for their craft of extracting organic paste from ‘Krang’ beetles to dye their textiles bright red.

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Tambon Don Kha Community

Focusing on children and families, this community offers both the opportunity to learn more about nature, as well as cultural experiences. Most of the villagers are of the Tai Song Dam group who keep their traditions alive by making...

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Ban Nong Khae

The poverty-stricken sisters who weaved and tailored their best silk dress for Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand’s visit did not leave behind just a heartfelt story. Three generations have since passed and their silkworms are still being bred here.

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Ban Khok Mueang

Situated between Phanom Rung Historical Park and Prasat Muang Tam, Khok Mueang villagers have taken inspiration from these ancient structures and developed their own unique textile designs.

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Khiri Wong Kot Community

Take a tractor adventure through the labyrinth of paddy fields surrounding this community. Visitors can then swim at the nearby waterfall, and enjoy a bush meal-style buffet cooked in bamboo tubes – who says getting lost in the forest would be troublesome?

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Ban Tham Suea Community

So many things to learn under a giant tree by the Phetchaburi River. Take the Tree Bank to begin with, planting trees is simply an excellent investment consider its big, guaranteed profits.

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