Live a Serene Life, Laemsak, Krabi (2D1N)

Krabi, Thailand
2 Days 1 Night
English, Thai

About the trip
Active and Fit Culture and Religion Immersive Learning
Come here and you will fall for fairytale-like sceneries and panoramic views at the edge of the cape. Experience The richness of tri-cultural local lifestyle of Thai, Muslim, and Chinese has been peacefully steady in harmony for many generations. Dress yourself in Baba-Nyonya traditional costume and have a fine dinner under the moonlight. Stand by at the ocean sand ridge and see the gorgeous sunrise. Feel the romance, once again in Krabi!
  • Experience the richness of tri-cultural diversity at the edge of the cape.
  • Stand by at the ocean sand ridge and see the gorgeous sunrise. Have breakfast on a private beach. (Depends of tidal current)
  • Go kayaking or take a long-tail boat to see the beauty of nature and rare prehistoric paintings of 3,000 years.
  • Attend conservation activities with the community.
  • Taste Khao Kluk Kapi (Thai fried rice with shrimp paste) and fresh Caulerpa lentillifera (sea grapes). We guarantee that the paste is really tasty and very clean.
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Electricity 24/7
Body Hygiene Kit
Heated Water
Air Conditioning
Seated Toilet
Wireless Internet
Parking on Premise
  • 1 Night-stay at Bulan Anda Baba Resort, the community resort.
  • 1 breakfast / 1 lunch meal (Khao Kluk Kapi or local food)/ 1 dinner (Baba local food)
  • Long-tail boat and kayak rental (each boat contains 2-3 persons)
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Travel insurance
  • VAT 7%
Day One

8.30am. 

Meeting point at "Bulan Anda Baba Resort", the community resort. Have some healthy Welcome Drink and check into your accommodation.

9.30am.
Get to know the routes and how to take a long-tail boat. 

 

- Observe and explore the nature ecosystems and the marine biodiversity of Leamsak.


- See the prehistoric paintings of 3,000 years. Go search for heart of the mountains.


- Take a walk through the fishermen’s life path. See how they do fish farming in floating baskets.


- Experience the similarity and dissimilarity of the sea and mountains in Leamsak Lagoon.


- Capture significant landmarks of Leamsak sea, Fa Faed (Twin mountain) and Lek Kone mountains.(Nail Mountain)
 

11.30am.
Have delicious “Khao Kluk Kapi” or other kinds of local food for lunch at Ban Ao Nam.

1.00pm. Travel to Orchard Conservation Center.

 

Join the activity “Implanted from the heart”, which allows you to conserve and restore economic plants of the community.

 

Relax or take a nap at your leisure.

4.00pm.
Get ready to enjoy kayaking and see the fertile nature around you.

5.30pm.
Travel back to your accommodation to fresh up and take a shower.

6.30pm.
Enjoy Baba-Nyonya style dinner.

 

8.00 pm. 

Have a good night. 

Day Two

5.30am. Get up a little bit earlier than usual.

 

Head to Leamsak community pier and take a long-tail boat to see the first light of the day at Pha Khao Khom or Tu Kon Sand, the sand ridge in the middle of the sea which depends on tidal current.

 

Picnic for breakfast at the beautiful and peaceful Ching Chung private beach. 

9.00am. Experience the tri-cultural way of life:


- Visit Leamsak Pagoda at 360° view point.

 

- Travel at Ban Hua Lam mosque and the Muslim life path along the seaside.

 

- Take your step to the holy place, Sok Po See Aye shrine to show your respect and make a wish to Sok Po See Aye god. Make a wish to Sok Po See Aye god that had been bought with the group of Chinese immigrant who came by boat to settling here over 100 years ago.

 

- Roam through ancient Baba houses.

11.00am.
Check-out from your accommodation, say goodbye to Laemsak, then travel back. 

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Empowering people

Learning about Leamsak model for community social enterprise which consists of many occupation groups in the area.Tourism will empower the community to be able to manage themselves sustainably with stronger relationships, strengthening the foundations of community trust and unity.

Environmental Conservation

Poverty Alleviation

Arts, Cultures & Beliefs

Food & Agiculture

Infrastructure Improvement


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