Trat province is synonymous with beaches and islands. tourists from all over the country and the world come to see the renowned Koh Chang, Koh Kood, Koh Kham, and more, but often don’t explore much of Trat’s mainland. Let us change your view of Trat and introduce you to more than just the sea and sand.
Take a walk through Sompoch Orchard and learn how farmers grow fruits like longan, mangosteen, banana, and - the star of the show - sweet sumalee salak, or snake fruit. The orchard keeps track of each and every bunch of salak with labels indicating the age, flavour, and harvest period so they know exactly when the fruit’s sweetness peaks at eight months old. This system helps maintain the quality of the produce and has earned the orchard a reputation for growing some of the tastiest fruit around. After a site tour, you can sample the famous salak as well as buy fresh and processed salak to take back home.
Tel. : 08-1438 -2015
Escape the City to Relax with fresh air and Village life at Chang Toon. You can unwind even further by trying a chicken coop Spa. You read it right; this is a personal sauna made of chicken coop wire where you bathe in steam scented with Local herbs. It’s a fun, unique experience that leaves your skin glowing. What’s not to love?
- Ruby panning in Klong Ang Canal
- White mud Spa treatments (the mud comes from the same ruby Canal then is blended with turmeric and applied all over one’s body)
- Trying the Local CUISINE, especially the creamy, fragrant chicken soup with banana that goes incredibly, and unexpectedly, well with sweet sticky rice
Address : 62 M.5 Chang Toon, Amphoe Bo Rai, Trat 23140
Hours : 10.00 a.m. - 16.00 p.m.
This Village is located next to more than 790 acres of pristine mangrove forest. Take a Boat Trip to see the mangroves, nipa palms, and taboon trees, and enter a primordial-like world of astonishing mangroves roots. The hua roi roo (the Hydnophytum Formicarum Jack plant) also grows here and is believed to have strong healing and medicinal qualities, particularly for longevity. Villagers dry its root to brew a tea and say, “sip roi roo tea, and gain a century.”
Tel. : 081 161 6694