‘Once as a Foodie’ will bring you to journey through the food route in two cities which locate besides each other ‘Chantaburi’ and ‘Rayong’ Province. Grab the once-in-a-lifetime experience to blend in yourself as one of the important role in our daily life ‘Foodie’. Leave your fat concern, jump into the community full with food, take the unforgettable time to cook various local desserts and provide happiness to your belly by eating just like a foodie do!
Meals as listed in the itinerary (Breakfast 1 / Lunch 2 / Dinner 1)
Transportation as mentioned in the itinerary
Accommodations as listed in the itinerary
Activities as listed in the itinerary
Enjoy the riverside community rich with various unique desserts for you to try
Walk through Nong Bua Walking Street
Cook dessert with weird names such as Kanom Kuai Ling and the rare Kanom Tangmae Nam Aoi
Enjoying environmental friendly activity
Visit Poh Sam Ton Royal Battleship
Eat the familiar Pa Tong Gos (Chinese fried dough)
This is a join tour minimum 4 persons for this tour, it may not run if there are not enough people registered
Travel to Ban Kanom Plaek village by Nong Bua Canal, Chantaburi Province. Enjoy the riverside community rich with various unique desserts for you to try.
Once arrive at the community, let’s get to know the history of the village before enjoying lunch by the river.
Walk through Nong Bua Walking Street and taste Thai dessert in an over-200-year-old community.
See the well-preserved Thai traditional houses.
Cook dessert with weird names with local ladies such as Kanom Kuai Ling and the rare Kanom Tangmae Nam Aoi (sugar cane nougat)
Enjoying environmental friendly activity. Sail to pick up trash in the evening. Sail along with the locals and the fishermen to enjoy the beautiful ocean of the Gulf of Thailand. Once you pass the mangrove forest and reach Sra Kao canal you can see Taksin Maharaj Bridge.
Visit Poh Sam Ton Royal Battleship.
Back to shore to pay respect at Chao Phor Taksin Shrine for good luck.
Dinner at Krua Bua Kao.
Back to lodging.
Breakfast at CHAN DE BUA Homestay.
See local craftsmanship such as strong and durable mats and reed brooms.
Eat the familiar Pa Tong Gos (Chinese fried dough) but with an unexpected twist. These Pa Tong Gos need to be dipped in sauce only.
Continue on our food journey to Krasae Bon village, Rayong Province.
Lunch by the river.
Arrive at Krasae Bon village. Listen to the village’s history from the village’s representative. Pay respect to Luang Phor Sila Daeng, a Buddha statue of several hundred years old.
Hop on a sidecar to Lung Charit’s garden, a fruit garden of export standard. Enjoy the beautiful nature, fruit gardens and local rubber plantations along the way.
Arrive at Lung Rumpeung’s integrated garden. Say hello and gather fresh vegetables, fruits, sweet mangosteen and organic vegetables as souvenirs before going home.
Leave the village and journey safely home.
Support community-based tourism in Thailand
Tourism Authority of Thailand has created a campaign "Once as a Tourist" for promoting 23 travel routes, included 42 communities, in 15 provinces. By expecting to push up community-based Tourism in Thailand.