Visit Northern Thailand's Oldest Temple and Organic Farming Village (Organic Lunch)
Free Hotel Pickup
Let's visit Maetha, an organic agricultural village surrounded by mountains in Chiang Mai. Learn about the local organic lifestyle and breathe in fresh air. We'll also go to the historic white bridge and Northern Thailand's oldest temple in Lamphun
Food & Drink
History & Culture
Baan Tha Crab Paste Fried Rice
Kua Khae (Mixed Vegetables with Spices and Pork)
Baan Tha “French Fries”
All menu items are subject to seasonal availability.
Please always inform your Local Expert of your food allergies and dietary restrictions.
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
Arrive at Wat Phra That Hariphunchai in Lamphun. Home to a stunning golden pagoda, this is the oldest temple in the north of Thailand.
Arrive at Maetha. See rice fields, learn about the local life and have organic dishes made with locally grown vegetables.
Crab Paste Fried Rice
Mixed Vegetables with Spices and Pork
Baby Corn Fries
* All are subject to availability.
Visit the historic white bridge, which is one of the first railway bridges built in the colonial style.
Arrive at your hotel in Chiang Mai.
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
Why this trip?
This trip is very special because nowadays, the pollution and the chemicals are contaminate with vegetable, meat, fruits also some food. This trip you will touch the real organics village and deep breath for a good air.
Things to prepare for the trip
Long pant for woman (entering the temple), bug spray and personal belonging.
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