Travellers love THAILAND for much more than its iconic landmarks and wide open horizons: visitors come for wide range of ecotourism activities: Eco-friendly accommodation in Thailand, wildlife activities. But don’t just stop with the landscapes! Take the opportunity to learn about the people that live in this big country.
You should not miss
Koh Mak is a beautiful tropical island in Thailand with white sands and stunning clear blue water. This island is definitely worth a visit if you plan on exploring this part of Thailand during your holiday.
Safaya Old Police Station Market Community is located in Safaya District, Chinat Province. The lifestyle of the community is associated with the Chao Phraya River and is a strong community with many cultural capitals. The old sapphaya house, built more than 100 years ago, is Night Market under the concept green d market Focus on a balanced environment and a happy society.
Huay Pu Keng
The village of Huay Pu Keng is home not only to the Kayan people, but also to other Karenni subgroups such as the Pakayor, Kayan, and Red Karen. They all have their own culture, rituals, fascinating stories, and share valuable skills with visitors. The community aims to create meaningful encounters between travelers and hosts, to learn each other’s stories, to build respect and mutual understanding, and to evoke cultural pride and preservation.