The unique modern + Thai house. Locate in a very peaceful area with nature and canal on the back of the garden, For whom want to escape from the crown and tourist area.The house is in Pak Thong Chai province, Khorat city or Nakhoratcha Sima Northeast of Thailand. We offer full board accommodation with delicious, freshly prepared food. Tranquil gardens, with many kind of different trees, fruits and flowers, You will have unique experiences with us!
111/1 Moo 6, Ban Klang Rd, Bo Pla Thong, Pak Thong Chai, Nakhon Ratchasima 30150 Thailand.
111/1 หมู่ที่ 6, หมู่บ้านกลาง, บ่อปลาทอง, ปักธงชัย, นครราชสีมา 30150 ไทย
When you at Ban Klang, you can ask where is Ban Yai Yen ( is the name of the house ).
*Jim Thompson Farm. Pak Thong Chai, Thailand
Visited Jim Thompson farm on 24 December 2013 with some friends, including kids.
Pak Thong Chai, approximately 45km from Nakhon Ratchasima.
What a lovely and colorful experience and great for the whole family.
Entrance fee is cheap and even foreign visitors pay the same price as the locals.
Plenty to see and do. Beautiful flowers all over the area that is open for visitors. Put aside a few hours for the visit if you plan to go there.
There are 5 stops along the way on the farm and a shuttle service is provided at regular intervals, free of charge.
Plenty of Thai dishes to choose from. Local foods, grilled chicken, BBQ rice cakes and try the Pad Mee Korat noodles too. Make sure to check if it is spicy (hot) first.
You sit on hay bales and even your "table" are hay bales covered in colorful cloth.
There were loads of school kids on field trips and they were all smiling and having a great time.
Experience and view the old Isaan village, from old wooden farm houses to hand operated rice mills.
Thai silk weaving and see how it is still done by hand.
Visit the farm produce market for all kinds of treats and fresh, delicious farm grown veggies, fruit and preserves.
Beautiful local hand woven Thai silk garments, cloth and products are for sale at competitive prices.
Support the local community for a good cause please.
Beautiful flowers, clean fresh air with the aroma of flowers filling the air, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. What more could you ask for...
Unfortunately the farm is only open to the public for one month every year.
Please check with TOT ( Tourism Authority of Thailand) or your nearest travel agent for when the farm is open to the public.
This particular year it is open to the public from 14 December 2013 until 12 January 2014.
Visiting hours are from 09:00 to 17:00
*Lom Prapreng Dam
Lam Phra Ploeng Reservoir (Lam means creek, Phra Ploeng means fire and Lam Phra Ploeng means Creek of Fire). The Creek of Fire Reservoir is in Amphur Pak Thong Chai (meaning: Post Flag of Victory), District of Nakhon Raja Sima. In 1963, a dam was built across the Lam Phra Ploeng Creek as an earth dam of 50-m height and 575 m. crest length able to impound water by 152 million cubic meters. Completed in 1970, the dam can benefit the cultivated areas of 13,593 ha in the wet season and 3,200 ha in the dry season. Moreover, by the dam construction, flood disaster in the Lam Phra Ploeng and Mun river basins was alleviated as well.
c. chaturapit (guest) wrote 5 years ago +1
Nearby cities: Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima), Pak Chong, Da Nang City
Coordinates: 14°33'25"N 101°48'16"E