This 14 acre land had been fruit orchard before hard wood trees were planted 17 years ago. Today it is a private forest of hundreds of big YANG NA ( Dipterocarpus alatus), Teak, Rosewood and Eaglewood. Naturally, it also becomes a sanctuary of small wild lives. Wild edible mushrooms grow abundantly. Some fruit trees are still there and bear fruits in season.
The green PAN YAH house was built on a clearing by the lotus pond. Two Banyan trees are now grown, their canopies reach out to the house’s facade. At time of their fruits, there are special group visitors of Oriental Pied Hornbills camping for a week or two.
Three A/C bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms with hot shower, living, microwave, kettle, toaster, refrigerator, crockery & cutlery.
CONNECTIVITY / TRANSPORTATION
8 kms to the sacred Kitchakut Buddha Footprint
18 kms to Krating Waterfall
18 kms to Khao Khitchakut National Park
20 kms to Chantaburi downtown
21 kms to Ta Chalaeb ( sea food restaurants)
50 kms to Klung ( sea food & oyster farm in mangrove)
ATTRACTIONS / ACTIVITIES / FIND YOUR WAY AROUND AND ABOUT
The Kitchakut Buddha Footprint is the nationwide pilgrim site opening from January to April. Since Chantaburi is the old Siam’s strategic city, it’s worthwhile planning a day to tour the town, 20 kms. Start the day paying respect to Thailand’s hero, King Taksin The Great, at His Sacred Shrine, then, visiting historic places and the living 100 years’ old community on Chantaburi River. Chantaburi offers good seafoods. Visit Ta Chalaeb for inexpensive sea food restaurants or venture farer to Klung for restaurant and oyster farming in mangrove.