Most children take to farms like ducks to water and unplugging the kids and getting them out of the city and connecting them back into nature is a great family friendly activity. Here we have listed some fabulous farms near Bangkok where you can escape and enjoy all things mother nature. Let the kids feed the animals, harvest vegetables, collect eggs, swim in creeks, slide through a mud bath and much more!
Address: 169 Village No. 2, Mittraphap Road, Nong Nam Daeng Subdistrict, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima 30450
Phone : 081 860 3185
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : http://www.farmchokchai.com/
Opening hours : Tues – Sun: 8am to 6pm
Farm Chokchai runs a dairy farm in the Khao Yai area, with over 3,000 head of dairy cattle. The highlight activity is the Agro Tour, where families can learn about the life cycle of dairy cattle. You can also tour the dairy plant, explore the farm on a caravan tractor, watch cowboy shows, ride horses, explore the orchard and greenhouse, witness a sheep dog demonstration and get acquainted with the gentle residents of the petting zoo. Visitors can also learn how to make their own ice cream in a formal workshop. The farm offers overnight accommodations for those who wish to stay longer.
Address : No.43 Moo 3 Tambon Klongyai Amphur Ongkarak, Nakhon Nayok 26120
Phone : 098 463 8223, (For English) 081 832 7848
Email : [email protected], [email protected]
Website : www.farmdelek.co.th
Opening hours Daily: 9:30am – 5pm
Farm de Lek is principally an educational farm for children, youth and family.
The farm provides activities both educational and recreational in the areas we call “classrooms” which include demonstration gardens, experimental farms, animal farmyard, horse stable, workshops, outdoor playgrounds, natural swimming ponds and off-road quart bike track. Activities are geared towards development of awareness for a well balanced, healthy and sustainable living and environment.
Address : Soi Wat Rat Rangsan, Bang Krachao, Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan, Bangkok 10130
Phone 083 136 5004
Email [email protected]
Website : www.facebook.com/ getgrowingcommunityfarm
Opening hours Daily: Mon – Sun: 9am – 5:30pm (Closed every Wed)
Get Growing Community Farm is the new place in town for fun family activities. Located in “the green lung of Bangkok.” This relatively new community farm offers allotment gardens where families can grow their own fruits and vegetables, as well as a natural playground where children can have fun, get dirty and unleash their creativity. They even have showers for dirty little feet and hands after climbing or swimming and have a small café in which parents can relax at whilst the children are having a blast in nature!
We are a non-profit environmental organization. The model of organic urban farming and a learning center mobilizing urban dwellers to produce organic food, renewable energy, in order to promote self-sufficiency and self-reliance in an urban area.
Address : Green Me Group Co., Ltd, 888 Moo 7, Nongsarai, Pakchong, Nakornratchasima 30130
Phone : 089 926 6535 / (Eng) 098 459 4592
Email : [email protected]
Website www.greenmeorganic.com/ www.facebook.com/greenmeorganic
Opening hours Daily: 8am – 6pm Closed: Wednesdays except on Public Holidays
Green Me Organic Farm in Nongsarai next to Khao Yai national park offers educational and fun-filled tours for children and adults alike. We have highly-rated luxurious farm stay accommodation as well as a café/ restaurant second to none. Tours are offered in both Thai and English. Additionally, we have a playground where children can safely play while parents relax in the café or lake side. Apart from the daily pick your own vegetables and meet the animals farm tours, we also offer numerous courses such as cooking classes for adults and children, pet rabbit care techniques, scarecrow making and other unique fun courses. Green Me is a 100% registered organic farm ideal as a destination for fun filled family outings and special occasions.
The scenic Jim Thompson Farm, only open to visitors during the peak of the cool season from mid-December to mid-January and offers families a wonderful (but long) day trip from Bangkok. Originally started to support Jim Thompson’s silk production business, the farm has since evolved into a popular agro-tourism attraction in Korat, featuring mulberry plantations, fruit orchards, flower gardens and more. Farm tours cover the life cycle of silkworms and silk farming process, as well as the vegetable plots, including a giant pumpkin patch. Visitors can also mill and winnow rice using traditional methods, and take home their self-processed rice.
Address :105/3 Moo.2 Pong Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chon Buri 20150
Phone : 093 085 1789
Email : [email protected].
Website www.facebook.com/ littlefieldspattaya
Opening hours Sat: 9:30am – 2pm Sun: 9:30am – 6pm
Little Field Pattaya is a place especially set-up as a model farm for children. This offers kids the chance to experience the natural scenery and lifestyle which cannot be replicated in the urban lifestyle, that most are use to. Little Field Pattaya further opens up the experience of sustainable lifestyles which is found around the main farms in Little Field. Little Field was specially created for children, exposing young kids to the lifestyle of living on a farm as well as how fun and entertaining it can be. They offer a variety of activities from nurturing farm animals to arts and crafts. Open daily from 9am to 2pm, except Tuesdays.
Rhythm of life camp
Learn nature, art through the narration of wind, sunlight and water, through rocks, mud and leaves, through fairy tales, colors and music.
Mini Murrah Farm is the first and only organic milk buffalo farm in Thailand. It is a fun learning resource fMini Murrah Farm is the first and only organic milk buffalo farm in Thailand. It is a fun learning resource for children that invites you to see the complete process of raising the buffalo mourah. The process of growing plants at Mini Murrah is to encourage sustainability, with their own plants used as animal feed for the cows, who are then milked to make their own dairy products.
A truly chilled out atmosphere with a wonderful view of rice fields as the kids learn about the farmers way of life – wide farms, beautiful scenery and happy smiles. Along with nature activities for the kids like making salted duck eggs, feeding the ducks and growing vegetables, there are also a host of more physical activities. Kids can row small boats around the man made lake and let their imaginations run wild while being let loose in wide open spaces experiencing the farm lifestyle.
Moori is a nature land in Bangkok where city kids can explore and have fun, enjoy the natural life with farm animals such as buffalo, chicken, ducks, goose, pigs and many more.
Daily kid activities such as DIY cooking, art craft, egg hunts, as well as enjoy family lunch at our “FAT DUCK CAFE”
Junior Farmer program is also very popular at Moori, kids can enjoy being “Thai Farmer” for half day activity (Booking in advance only)
Address: Chalong Rat Road, Rama 9, Ban Mai Subdistrict, Bang Yai District Nonthaburi 11140
Phone : 064 636 9656, 084 755 9997, Contact Facebook Page @pajeepfarm
Website www.facebook.com/ pajeepfarm
Opening hours : Morning round: 9am – 1pm Afternoon round: 2pm – 6pm
Pa Jeep Farm, Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi Province, is a farm near the city that dares to let children get into a mess and enjoy new experiences. ‘Pa’ translates to Aunt in English, “Auntie Jib Farm” is like a world specially crafted for children; kids are able to learn independence and responsibility by growing their own vegetables, collecting eggs to cook for lunch and much more. To learn the sufficiency lifestyle of organic agriculture Pa Jeep’s farm educates children and parents by allowing you to experience life on a farm firsthand.
Address : 130 Moo 1, T. Wangyen, Bang Phae District, Ratchaburi 70160
Phone : 086 332 7365
Email : thaiorganicfood@27collective
Website : www.organichappyday.com
Opening hours Daily the morning session starts from 9am – 1pm and continues on from 2pm – 6pm
The relatively compact Rai Pluk Rak, also know as Thai Organic Farm, in Ratchaburi is the brainchild of Anotai Gongvatana (also the owner of the famed vegetarian Bangkok eatery called Anotai). She and her husband use the farm as a teaching centre for sustainable farming practices. Vegetables are grown by crop rotation; ducks are raised for their eggs; and fish are cultured in the pond.
Address : 91 Soi Rim Klong Phra Khanong, Phra Khanong Nuea Subdistrict, Watthana District, Bangkok 10110
Phone: 02 027 7888 Email [email protected]
Opening hours : Please contact
Sansiri Backyard is an urban farm attached to T77 community green space. They host workshops and pop up opportunities to see farmyard animals, pick your own vegetables, science projects for kids and is a great place for kids to be outside in nature without leaving Bangkok
The architecture of Swiss Sheep Farm is modelled after a European country style, vibrant colours and a large plot of land makes the activities and opportunities for fun endless. Described by themselves as “a place of the ancient dream for those who seek it.” Swiss Sheep Farm aims to make customers feel at home with their comforting
farm lifestyle and offer multiple ways you can choose to take in their picturesque farm. Kids can enjoy a gentle horseback ride to enjoy the scenic views or a ride in the farm’s tour cars for a more informative journey around the farm to see how things work firsthand.
Address : 6/13 Village No. 2, Yaicha Subdistrict, Sampran District Nakhon Pathom Province
Sam Phran, Nakhon Pathom 73110
Phone : 065 236 0959
Website : https://www.facebook. com/3littlepigsfarm
Opening hours Daily: 9am -10pm
The Three Little Pigs Farm, a cafe in a good location, Sampran, Muang Nakhon Pathom, with a fairy tale theme in everyone’s childhood memories like the Three Little Pigs, sitting comfortably in an alcove under the shade of a tree. Paddling in the garden or invite them to play with the kids The cutest animals in the world
Thailand’s first dairy farm, the Thai-Danish Dairy Farm in Saraburi offers two farm tours that last 1 or 2.5 hours. Given the expansive grounds, parts of the tours are covered by tram. Highlights include seeing a large rock embedded with plant fossils, walking in expansive fields with varieties of grass used as cattle fodder, exploring natural forests of Burmese Rosewood, learning how to milk cows, feeding calves and taking in views of the surrounding mountains. Visitors can also enjoy a cowboy show, and visit a small petting zoo with sheep, goats, camels and more.
Address : 89/4 Moo 3, Tha Maprang Subdistrict, Kaeng Khoi District, Ban Tha Maprang, Saraburi 18110
Phone : 061 554 6914
Email : [email protected].
Website: www.facebook.com/ chriskoorganicfarm
Opening hours Sat: 8 am – 5 pm Sun: 9 am – 5 pm
Uncle Chris’s farm encourages children to learn about farmer’s ways – to understand and feel the value of nature which includes learning about Thai traditions and heritage. Here you can eat off Pandan leaves, learn to cook rice the traditional way and discover both fruits of the forest and treasures of the land and how they sustain local livelihoods. Each time you visit Uncle Chris’ Farm you will experience something different as kids undertake different courses depending on the day and Thai season.
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