Once as a Fashionista, Sakon Nakhon (2D1N)

Ban Tam Tao,Sakon Nakhon,Thailand
‘Once as a Fashionista’ will bring you to journey through the ‘Kram’ route in Sakon Nakhon province. What’s Kram? Thai word ‘Kram’ is one shade of blue named ‘indigo’ created from the natural tye-dye process. Grab the once-in-a-lifetime experience to follow hipster trend of kram and blend in yourself as one of the fashionista by dressing up your one-and-only scarf and other indigo-dye costumes created on your own from Ban Tam Tao, and striking a post with French-Vietnamese architecture as background.
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Inclusion
  • 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
  • Tour guide
  • Local guide
  • Travel insurance
  • VAT 7%
Highlight
  • Visit Sakon Nakhon’s largest indigo plantation
  • Experience the lifestyle of Nyaw people
  • Design your one-and-only scarf yourself
  • Travel to Ban Ta Rae, Thailand’s largest Roman Catholic village
  • Strike a post with French-Vietnamese architecture as background
  • Visit Saint Michael the Archangel Cathedral
  • Visit the over 100-year-old European style house built by Vietnamese
  • Visit Wat Pra That Choeng Chum
  • This is a join tour minimum 4 persons for this tour, it may not run if there are not enough people registered
USD per guest
Leave Don Meung International Airport for Sakon Nakhon Airport. Visit Sakon Nakhon’s largest indigo plantation at Ban Tam Tao. Learn more about the local and experience the lifestyle of Nyaw people, the ancestors of Ban Tam Tao people who immigrated from Laos. Walk through the village and enjoy the scenery. Learn about the ancient plant that has long been the heart of the community, indigo. Lunch in the village.
Now you’re at the centre of indigo, it’s time to design your one-and-only scarf yourself. Expanding the legacy of local wisdom by indigo-dye not only scarf, shirt, and trouser, but also other fashion accessories such as handbag, earrings and headband. Learn the process of indigo dying, beat the dye and curing the indigo according to Ban Tam Tao’s wisdom. Bid farewell to the village with lasting impression and the unique indigo scarf.
Dinner. Travel to lodging. Enjoy the view of endless fields. Free time.
Wake up to fresh air. Breakfast at lodging. Travel to Ban Ta Rae, Thailand’s largest Roman Catholic village. Listen to the history of the village and see the village’s beautiful classical architecture. Put on the indigo scarf hand-dyed yourself and strike a post with French-Vietnamese architecture as background. Turn the old street into your own runway. Visit Saint Michael the Archangel Cathedral, a Catholic church in shape of a huge ship bow, recollecting the Catholic myth of Noah’s ark. Visit the over 100-year-old European style house built by Vietnamese. Lunch.
Visit Wat Pra That Choeng Chum, where the sacred Lunag Phor Onk is situated as the heart of Sakon Nakon’s people’s faith. Travel to Sakon Nakhon Airport. Journey Safely home.

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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.

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