Hot Spring, Paper Umbrella Workshop and Delicacy
A full day trip .... with private transportation and local host. If you love a local lifestyle community, enjoy natural trails and good foods. I would like to recommend you these program
Why this trip?
If you are looking for the local delicious food and travel on the way of eating, you must choose these program.
Things to prepare for the trip
Pay for the food by yourself , hat or umbrella, towel, swimming suite
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
Select your own style organics breakfast at Nana Jungle Chiangmai (FOOD IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE), Fresh baked bakery every Saturday morning.
In these lovely community you can find the organics product such milk, yogurt, vegetable.
Visit Sankampaeng Hot Spring.
Alternative to do ...
1.Swim in the mineral pools or rent your own room, and take a hot bath
2.Soak your legs and feet in the hot spring water
3.Boil an egg in the water at the source
4.Spa options such as foot massage
"Huan Jai Yong", the unique local art restaurant at Sankampaeng. The ambience at Huan Jai Yong is relaxing, warm and friendly. You can dine under the traditional teakwood house (ground floor), upstairs, or in the gallery style rooms. FOOD IS NOT INCLUDED.
Visit Borsang, the umbrella village.
Enjoy watching the whole process as the workers hand make the paper lamps, fans, umbrellas and parasols from start to end. From making the bamboo struts, covering them with paper, putting them out to dry.
Choose to enjoy the delicious selection of melt-in-your-mouth macaroons, homemade pastries, cakes and ice cream, fine teas and The Dhara Dhevi Blend coffees at 5* hotel Dhara Chevi.
End the happy day at most favorite healthy restaurant for local people in Chiang Mai, OH GA JUU.
Fresh vegetables from their garden served with big plate of steak with the good taste.
Bring you back to your place in Chiang Mai city.
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Extra expense you should prepare
your pocket money for all foods
- Hotel Pickup in Chiang Mai Area
Booking & Review(19)
Trekking and Rafting in Mon-Ngor Agricultural, Natural and Cultural Tourism Royal Project Foundation
Awesome and unforgettable day!
Our day started as Gib picked us up on our hostel with her pick up. She is a really funny and open person, we instantly felt well and it doesnt be like a guided tour, rather than a trip with a friend. She could explain everything we asked and told us a lot about the history and culture in Chiang Mai. You can feel the passion and love in what she is doing...
After a enjoyable drive and some local snacks from street like coconuts and corn we arrived on the little village on the hill where we could enjoy a nice view over the area. During having a walk trough it we got a lot of real impressions how the locals live. Unfortunately the man with the longest hair in the world died, but we could visit his wife and she showed us pics of him and told us about.
After visiting several farms and plantations we had a great local made lunch with Gib. Then we enjoyed our „dessert“ on a fruitfarm where we could taste delicious fruits like orange, grapes and other fruits...
Gib took us to the tea and coffee plantage and the owner offers us from his handmade tea and coffee, it was definitly a tasty experience in a beautiful area. We even could buy some of the handmade tea and coffee.
At the Next stop we made an adventure experience. The 4-km rafting on the Mae Taeng river. Normaly we should do it with a bamboo raft,but the flow of the river was to hard and dangerous. So we took a normal rafting boat. It was really exciting and we had a lot of fun..
During getting dry and coming down from the rafting, we enjoyed the landscape on the riverside.
On the way towards Chiang Mai Gib shows us the different elephant camps, we could see the traditionall long necked girls and a few other nice spots in the beautiful landscape.
In sum it was an awesome day with Gib, and we would definitly choose her again.. it was really a special experience we made..
Thank you Gib for this impressive day..
Awesome, fun, cultural
Our guide, Gib was amazing. She took the time to explain the history and culture of all the places we went. She also took us to a great lunch place. She was very friendly and made the trip seem like an outing with friends rather than just a tour. I highly recommend her!
A perfect guide
Chompunuch was amazing. Her bubbly personality was infectious and she went out of her way to provide the best possible experience for us. The Sticky Waterfall was very cool, as was the Teakwood Temple. We would recommend this tour to others without a second of hesitation.