Free Hotel Pickup
Welcome to Ban Nong San, one of Sakon Nakhon's signature indigo dyeing communities. We look forward to showing you our local ways of life through weaving and indigo dyeing as well as farming. In fact, you will not only see but also eat and do what we do. Let's experience Isan like locals.
Art & Craft Workshops
Boiled Black Chicken
Omelet with Onions and Butterfly Pea Flowers
Boiled Bamboo Shoot (Served in the cold season)
Soup with Seasonal Vegetables (Served outside the cold season)
Jaew Sod (Northeastern-Style Spring Onion and Chili Dip)
Khao Gum (Black Glutinous Rice)
Khao Pod Daek (Corn Dessert)
Herbal Drink (Seasonal Herb)
All menu items are subject to seasonal availability.
Please always inform your Local Expert of your food allergies and dietary restrictions.
Meet up at our meeting point
- Airport (Sakon Nakhon Airport)
- Hotel lobby (in Sakon Nakhon area)
Arrive at Ban Nong San. Enjoy riding an E-Taek car (multi-purpose farm car) and sightseeing around our community. It's a bumpy but very fun ride!
If you visit during the rice farming season, you will get to learn about and try traditional organic rice farming from Auntie Aoy (the owner of Sommanus Farm).
If you come during the harvesting season, enjoy the harvest.
Sommanus Farm tour by Auntie Aoy. Let's harvest the homegrown vegetables and have lunch. You can also try cooking yourself.
Natural indigo dyeing workshop. This is one of Ban Nong San's highlights. It's a fun activity and you can see how the green plants amazingly turn your clothes into indigo.
End of the trip. We can take you to Sakon Nakhon Airport.
Physical Strength Required
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
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- Hotel Pickup in Sakon Nakhon Area
- Sakon Nakhon Airport
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December 6, 2018
Good insight to village life
We had a good insight into the village life around Sakon Nahkon, learning about how they make their offering, seeing a local farm, as well as indigo dyeing!
December 6, 2018