Located in Chanthaburi city since the reign of King Narai the Great. In those days, this area was a center of exchanging because it was suitable for transportation. At present, there is a conservation of old buildings located along Chanthaboon waterfront road. Some building have been converted into souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and hotels.
From mangrove forest conservation areas and marine life areas, they were managed to be a community tourism areas. See the beauty of the community life and fishermen way of life and learn about history of King Rama IX’s royal initiative in this area.
Community near the Huai Lan Reservoir. Huai Lan Area Development Project is surrounded by cool and refreshing atmosphere of nature and river. Villagers here are good at handicrafts and their products became OTOP products.
A long time ago, an old couple traveled into the forest to find non-timber forest products. While they rested, one of them chewed a betel nut and spitted it out on a leaf. The leaf turned into a beautiful color and that was how they discovered indigo dyeing. Indigo color were used in farming garments because the indigo color is the color that hides the sweat stains and muddy soil on the garment. And it also gave cool feeling during the summer.
Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand, formerly known as "Doi Luang", meaning big mountain. And Doi Inthanon are part of the Himalayas which crosses from Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and ends here. With Royal Agricultural Station of His Majesty the King, Doi Inthanon became one of the most important food production sites in Thailand.
Chanthaburi Province, in addition to being a prominent place about fruit orchards, Chanthaburi also has a long history of using herbs. With some areas of Chanthaburi being a sea and a wide range of canals, it is not uncommon for local people to make a career in fishing. Later, various forms of tourism activities have been developed here because of the beautiful natural scenery on both sides of the river.
Ban Saew Community, Chiang Saen district, Chiang Rai province, is a big community of Isaan in Chiang Rai on the banks of the Mekong River. Tourism activities here are such as boat cruising, watching sunrise and staying in a homestay experiencing the local people lifestyle in the community.
"Ban Pang Ha" is a tourism community located in Mae Sai district, Chiang Rai province. It has the reputation for being the northernmost tourism village of Thailand. There are homestay services and activities here await for tourists to discover
Is a residence of Tai Yai hill tribe surrounded by high mountains with a river flowing through the middle of the village. Within the community, there are interesting tourist activities such as Doi Luang Chiang Dao trekking.
Pu Muen community is located on the mountainous area in Mae Saw subdistrict, Mae Ai district, Chiang Mai province, approximately 174 kilometers from Mueang Chiang Mai. It takes about 4 hours from Mueang Chiang Mai to see the beautiful scenery and Lahu tribe way of life here.
This Karen village is one of the communities in the Mae Klang River Basin area which consists of 4 sub-communities, namely Ban Ang Ka Noi community, Ban Mae Klang Luang community, Ban Nong Lom community and Ban Pha Mon community. Around September to mid-October, this place will be covered in greenery of step rice terrace and beautiful mist. At end of October to early November is the time when the rice bears grains. Green step rice terrace will turn into a field of gold color. In addition to the scenery, there are a variety of nature trekking activities you can enjoy here.
Karen homestay in the middle of the valley surrounded by mountains on both sides giving the atmosphere like Pai in the morning. There are many tourist attractions to visit such as Doi Pha Mon, Doi Ang Ka Noi, Doi Pha Tang and the others.
Ban Cha Bo is located not far from Pai district. It takes about 1 hour to travel from Pai District. There are tourist attractions including tourist activities such as Tham Phi Man, Tham Bor Nam Saksit, sea of mist scenic spot and the others.
Ban Phra Bat Huai Tom Community is a small community located at Na Sai subdistrict, Li district, Lamphun province. A community is small but full of old and diverse cultures. And there are religious places to visit.
In the past, Ban Bo Suak used to be one of the important pottery manufacturers in Nan. The production of ceramics at Ban Bo Suak began during the Chao Phraya Pholthep Ruechai period. (Year 1528-1559). Nan city in that period was considered a leading manufacturer of pottery and ceramic ware.