Once as a Jeep Hopper, Pattani (3D2N)

Ban Sai Kao,Pattani,Thailand
WWII jeeps are common vehicles for many people in the village. These jeeps were left behind by the US military after the war. When they left, the Thai army took them into their possession and opened for auction. Nowadays, almost everywhere in the community you will see villagers driving these jeeps around doing daily like going to market or going to their gardens. We invite you to take part in ‘Once as a Jeep Hopper’ to hop onto one of these jeeps and explore the community.
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Inclusion
  • Transportation to places in the itinerary
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • Accommodations as listed in the itinerary
  • Meals as listed in the itinerary (Breakfast 2/ Lunch 3 / Dinner 2)
  • Tour guide and local guide
  • Travel insurance
  • VAT 7%
Highlight
  • Visit Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Shrine
  • Visit Kreu Se Mosque
  • Visit Luang Pu Thuat Yiab Talae Nam Jeud at Wat Chang Hai
  • Ride on a WWII jeep
  • Sightsee the sea of morning mist at the Rang Kieb scenic viewpoint
  • Enjoy morning local coffee club
  • Visit local fruit garden
  • Visit Wat Sai Kao and a 300-year-old mosque
  • Learn how to weave Chuan Tani pattern
  • Learn how to cook local Kanom Ko dessert
  • 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
Meet at the meeting point. Travel to Meung District, Pattani Province. Visit Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Shrine. Visit Kreu Se Mosque built in 1954. Lunch at Khao Kaeng Meung Nakhon Restaurant.
Pay respect to Luang Pu Thuat Yiab Talae Nam Jeud at Wat Chang Hai. Arrive at Ban Sai Kao. Learn the history and taboos of the village.
To homestay. Dinner. Free time.
Wake up at the wake of dawn and hop on WWII jeep to see the sea of mist at Rang Kieb scenic viewpoint where you can see the 3 southern provinces and where the golden Pra Putta Maha Munintalokkanat. Rush back to grab breakfast and experience the local coffee club lifestyle. Ride the jeep through the local fruit garden, an old garden that has been passed on for generations. Local gardeners usually have a monkey in the garden, trained since they were young, to help picking fruit. Lunch.
Ride the jeep to Wat Sai Kao and a 300-year-old mosque. Learn how to weave Chuan Tani pattern, a rare and unique pattern o Ban Sai Kao.
Back to homestay. Free time. Dinner.
Breakfast. Learn how to cook local Kanom Ko dessert. Pack. Before traveling home, shop for the famous “Som Kaek” (Asam Gelugur), key ingredient for local dishes. Stop by at Klum Kluai Sen and shop for souvenirs. Lunch at Klum Kluai Sen.
Leave the village. 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.

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