Make your own 100% natural tie-dyed bag from mango and lychee leaves.
Cruise across the coconut plantation ecosystem and taste fresh coconut juice and coconut milk.
Learn more about the history of the community of 3 religions (Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity).
See the beauty of Bang Nok Khwaek, called "the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary".
Pay respect to Luang Pho To at Wat Charoen Sukharam and see a variety of fish at the Matcha Palace.
Make cold-pressed coconut oil for natural lip balm.
Make local desserts such as banana desserts.
Samut Songkram Province is known for being the birthplace of King Rama II. Close to Bangkok, it offers an entirely different environment with temples, a tropical climate and organic products coming from the fields. One of the main attractions here is Amphawa Floating Market, where locals sell their products (Food, drinks, snacks, clothes, and traditional souvenirs).
Ban Khlong Ta Cha community is lucky enough to be situated among the hundreds of coconut groves. In the past, missionaries came to spread Christianism among them. In the following years, the community growth, bought coconut plantations for the church and built the tallest church in Thailand. Missionaries are one of the reasons why there are many Christians in Thailand. Ban Khlong Ta Cha community could be defined by religion, nature, and coconut tree!
Bangkok is great but its outskirts are so much better! Why not give it a try?
This expedition supports Klong Ta Cha Community. Through economic development, they will be able to preserve natural resources and their natural crafts.
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