Visit sea salt farm and walk on the top layer of salt
Visit a fishing village by boat ride as there are no roads!
Taste local seafood
Afternoon leisure time; can include reading, kayaking, swimming and cockle picking
Enjoy a short trip out of Bangkok and begin to unwind. This day is about relaxing and getting to know the local people. Why not try some local delicacies or spend some time foraging for cockles?
You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and then driven by private vehicle to a seashore in Bangkok where you can explore the local and traditional way of life. (This will take approximately an hour from Bangkok city center). You will then investigate the only district in Bangkok that is located in the Gulf of Thailand.
First we will visit a local sea salt farm community. The local family that you will be visiting are very friendly people and are happy to provide with you information on how to create a salt farm, the different types of salt and how salt is extracted from the sea water. (Depending on availability you may be able to walk on the top layer of the salt like in a natural foot spa).
Then you will go on a boat ride to visit the fisherman village. There are no roads connecting the village, which means that boat is the only way in. You will have a seafood lunch at a fisherman’s house, which is located on the water.
The main work for the local people is fishing. However, they are very conscious about their impact and limit the fishing area for each household so that the surrounding mangrove forest will not be destroyed. The use of chemicals is also strictly forbidden here.
You can also enjoy home cooking, cockles or crab picking, swimming and kayaking.
We will return you to your hotel in the late afternoon.
This program is supporting 2 local communities as Kok Kam Community as a sea salt farm village and Santor Community as Bangkok coastline fisherman village.
Round-trip private vehicle from the hotel in Bangkok (City Center)
English Speaking Guide
Drinking water and snack
Seafood Lunch at fisherman village
Entrance fee and activity as mentioned
Any meals, transfers or tours that are not mentioned in the itinerary
Please dress up modestly suitable for local community visiting (avoid see-through, vests, sleeveless shirts, mini skirt/short)
Please bring a swimming suit for changing (this area is muddy so please choose clothes that can be cleaned easily or you think you can throw away), shampoo, shower gel, towel, hat, sunscreen and sunglasses.