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This is Baan Tam Suea, which means ‘Tiger Cave Village’ in Thai – an awesome name for a village, if a bit frightening. If you’ve got a good imagination, you might even wonder if there are indeed tigers here as suggested by the name. Indeed there were – but a long time ago.

However, the surroundings of Baan Tam Suea remain as rich as ever. When you visit this place, you’ll discover that it is still covered in huge trees that take several people to encircle their trunks, most of which have high economic value and many different uses.

But why do you think the area has remained in this natural state? The reason is that, much to our envy, the people living in Baan Tam Suea Community came together and preserved the forests through their own initiatives as well as their organic lifestyle.

We are thrilled to have the chance to lead you on a tour of the natural landscape, green jungles, and clear, cool waters of the Phet Buri River and the environmentally friendly, nature-dependent lifestyle full of fun activities we want you to experience throughout your trip.

One last question: Have you ever ridden a rubber boat down a river to check in at a hotel? If not, then get ready!

  • Sua Rak Pa Activity
  • Sua Kluk Din Activity
  • Thong Muan Nguen Lan Activity
  • Create product marketing plans for the community
  • Sua Sang Lui Activity

Team Building & Workshops


Sua Rak Pa Activity

The Tree Bank Project is one of the most outstanding projects of Baan Tam Suea. The main understanding of this project is that all trees have economic value and are a type of asset to the community that can be invested in. Presently, Baan Tam Suea has over 20,000 trees registered with the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives. Furthermore, all tree owners receive annual interest from their own trees to further investments, while the funds received differ depending on the type of tree.
You can participate in the Tree Bank Project by dividing into teams for activities and playing the Withee Sua Rak Pa game. Each team is required to brainstorm and come up with an investment plan for investing in the trees inside the community without making repeat investments. When the time comes to reveal the answers, Phi Noi or Khun Suthep Pimsiri, the Chairman of the Tree Bank, will tell you the value of each tree you invested in as well as their respective uses.


Sua Kluk Din Activity

Each team has to compete by mixing, churning or doing whatever they can to turn the clay (which has been prepared for them) into a fine mix that is suitable for shaping into seed ammunition. The challenge is to fill as many clay ammunition shells with the clay seeds as possible within a set time. The team that wins the Sua Rak Pa game will have the advantage over other teams in this game because that team will gain the helping hands of “Kla Rak Pa” youths from Baan Tam Suea Community. Due to their extraordinary ammo-making skills, there’s a real chance that their team will win both games.


Thong Muan Nguen Lan Activity

The “thong muan” dessert of Baan Tam Suea is considered a signature treat that you won’t want to miss out on during your visit to Baan Tam Suea. Thong muan here has just the right amount of sweetness and is very fragrant. You can learn how to make thong muan from masters whose decades of experience are shared with you. They say that thong muan seems to be easy to make, but it really isn’t so easy. Just rolling them up to the right size without breaking is already a daunting task. After a few tries, however, you should get that hang out of it and even be deemed worthy enough to be a winner of this game.


Create product marketing plans for the community

A chance to brainstorm your thoughts and come up with some creative ideas to design marketing/sales plans for the products in the community. Then, you can design the new packaging while creating branding and story/sales and marketing strategies for products in the community.


Sua Sang Lui Activity

Leave your homestay and hop on a rubber boat for a ride along the river. Make sure you are properly dressed then split into teams on each rubber boat. Prepare to be amazed at the scenery on both banks of the river as the river simply carries you along. As you float by, you will be assigned a mission to locate the “3 Hearts of Tigers”, which are in the form of a slingshot, seed-filled clay ammo and tree saplings, all of which are hidden along the way. You might have to get wet to get them though.


2 Days 1 Night Trip

Day 1
07:30 am Get ready at the assembly point.
Remarks: The assembly point depends on which location is most convenient for your company or organization (in the Bangkok area).
08:00 am Departure from Bangkok for Phetchaburi in an air conditioned VIP van.
10:00 am Welcome greeting by the community leaders.
10:30 am Team building & Workshops.
12:00 pm Lunch in the community.
01:30 pm Team building and workshops.
06:30 pm Dinner.
08:00 pm Check in at the hotel and leisure time.
Day 2
08:00 am Breakfast.
09:30 am Departure from the hotel to Baan Tam Suea for volunteer tiger activities.
10:00 am CSR and donation activities.
Remarks: Your organization can choose whichever activity it finds interesting.
11:30 am Lunch time.
01:00 pm Return to the provided accommodation, pack and check-out.
Visit “Chang Hua Man Project” under the patronage of His Majesty, the late King Bhumibol the Great (Optional).
Take the tram tour of the project and buy souvenirs at the Golden Place Shop, an organic farming shop featuring farm products from the project.
03:00 pm Return trip: make stops to buy gifts from Phetchaburi (Optional).
06:30 pm Safe arrival back in Bangkok.

Ban Tham Suea Community, Phetchaburi
Tel. +668 2918 7774, +668 1130 3835

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