‘Once as a Fisherman’ will bring you to journey through the fisherman route in two cities which locate besides each other ‘Samut Songkhram’ and ‘Samut Sakhon’ Province. Grab the once-in-a-lifetime experience to blend in yourself as one of the important person ‘fisherman’ who is the big part of your seafood in town. It’s time to add another role from seafood eater to seafood hunter just like the fisherman 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 ecotourism and experience fisherman lifestyle
Chilling on the boat
Plant mangrove forest
Lunch in the middle of the sea with fresh seafood
Ride the vintage tricycle
Visit the old houses and Seng Hiang Tua Vegetarian House Shrine
Learn how to do salt field
Tend to your skin with D.I.Y salt sap
Learn how to make Thai dessert with Grandma Roon
See mussel farmer lifestyle
This is a join tour minimum 4 persons for this tour, it may not run if there are not enough people registered
Meet and leave Bangkok.
Arrive at Klong Klone, Samut Songkhram Province. Enjoy ecotourism and experience fisherman lifestyle such as fishing, farming cockle and mussels. Transform into a fisherman yourself and hop on a boat.
Chilling on the boat, enjoy the breeze. Plant mangrove forest as waves barrier and home for aquatic creatures.
Water ski with the plank used the villager used to search for cockles adapted into a water ski board and let the boat drag you away.
Kicking the cockle planks Klong Klone style.
Lunch in the middle of the sea with fresh seafood and the special dish, Suade Maritima salad.
Travel to Ta Chalom, Samut Sakhon Province.
Ride the vintage tricycle on Tawai Road. See the old houses and Seng Hiang Tua Vegetarian House Shrine.
Travel to lodging. Enjoy local food.
Travel to Ban Ya Praek, Samut Sakhon Province.
See the salt field. Learn how to do salt field in the authentic natural way.
Tend to your skin with D.I.Y salt sap.
Visit Career Promotion and Mangrove Forest Preservation Station to make Biochar.
Learn how to make Thai dessert with Grandma Roon, the owner of Bang Ya Praek’s famous Thai dessert shop.
Lunch with local dishes at the station.
Travel to fisherman village at Tambon Phantai Norasing where most of the villagers are fishermen, fishing, shrimp farming and mussel farming.
Sail to the estuary. Study coastal ecosystem. See mussel farmer lifestyle. See the mangrove forest on both sides of the bank before reaching the breezy sea.
Visit Phantai Norasing Shrine of Wat Kai, the community’s sacred site.
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.