Tamod Community, Phatthalung (2D1N)

Phatthalung, Thailand
2 Days 1 Night
English, Thai

About the trip
History & Culture
This trip takes you to an old community located in the middle of the Buntad Mountain Range and Thale Noi. The community uses knowledge from past floods to create suitable water management systems; this, in turn, also creates a community tourism activity that combines learning activities and nature tours. This also integrates the local ‘Krua Roi Sai’ tradition that showcases the variety of food that can be eaten here.
  • Learn about sufficient economy concept
  • Observe the sea of mist rising over the landscape
  • Participate in a knowledge-building activity
  • Pick up and drop off service is excluded, add-on service available
Day One


  • Gather at Lhad Ton Sai (Ban Tamod Homestay). Pay respect to Pho Tun Chuay at Wat Tamod temple and taste some fried durian of the nearby OTOP center, which produces by renewable energy.


  • Eat lunch, then learn about sufficient economy concept - and how each family lives and works in a sustainable way.


  • Kayak along the water until evening, when it’s time to watch stunning the sunset at Kuan Ta Kom or over the reservoir.


  • Dinner and enjoy activity with local people.
  • Check-in at the homestay.
Day Two


  • Observe the sea of mist rising over the landscape at Kuan Ta Kom.


  • Breakfast and then head out to participate in a community activity. 
  • Bike to the prime viewing spot and local market


  • Visit "Moi Jui Waterfall"


  • Enjoy a traditional lunch prepared in the ‘Krua Roi Sai’ style at Lhad Ton Sai.
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Electricity 24/7
Seated Toilet
Cell Signal
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • One night accommodation
  • Local guides
  • 4 Meals (2 Lunch, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast)
  • Travel insurance
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