Once as a Miner, Ranong (2D1N)

Som Paen,Ranong,Thailand

Highlight
  • Breakfast at Nisara’s Roti
  • Visit Ranong Canyon
  • Enjoy feeding various fish
  • Lunch with southern dishes in the village
  • 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 from Don Meung International Airport to Ranong Airport. Breakfast at Nisara’s Roti, Ranong Province. Arrive at Som Paen village, Ranong’s important mineral source. Learn the local wisdom of mining that has been passed on for generations. Visit Ranong Canyon, an old mineral mine which is a large lake surrounded by natural mountains. Enjoy feeding various fish. Lunch with southern dishes in the village.
Learn how to mine at Mining Wisdom Knowledge Centre showcasing Laing Ron Rae (mining instrument) and the mined minerals. Step into the cool water. Use Liang to scoop up dirt, stones and sands under the water and mine alongside local men and women. The local women would wear Batik sarong, wrapped in a way that creates a small pocket to carry the mined mineral while men wear apron. Lean the local wisdom of using kaolin for ceramics. D.I.Y your own ceramic souvenirs.
Dine at Kiang Lae, a famous restaurant with nice atmosphere. Travel back to lodging. Free time.
Breakfast at the hotel. Travel to Ban Nai Wong village, southern Isan community. - Enjoy northeastern-style singer performance Bike through the community and learn local wisdom. - Cricket house - Reed mats weaving house Ride a four-wheel drive car to enjoy the scenery on top of the mountain. Lunch at the village: Durian curry.
Experience the life of fruit gardener. Taste the fruits in the garden such as durian and mangosteen, Ban Nai Wong’s famous fruits. Trek. See Bua Phud (Rafflesia Kerri), the world largest flower. Leave the village for Ranong Airport. Arrive safely at Don Meung International Airport.

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