Eco-museum of Changtune
Eco-museum of Changtune
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eco-museum of changtune borai district, trat province in Thailandenjoy a new experince with chong's eco-living arts education programme and voluntiurismpromote by tourism of trat (tat trat)
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62 Ban Nong Mai Hom Ban Chang Thoon, Bo Rai 23140 Thailand
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Jeep
1,154 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022 • Family
We visited a village of Chong people, the indigenous inhabitants of this region. With only 1000 baht, we spent an amazing 4 hours doing a lot of fun activities with locals. Activities included
1. Gemstone panning in a nearby creek
2. Traditional Chong recipe body scrub (white mud with local herbs)
3. Authentic Chong lunch = Coconut curry with chicken, spices and banana leaf sheath (แกงไก่กล้วยพระ) eat with flavored sticky rice ; look simple but damn delicious
4. Make your own inhaler with many local ingredients
5. Spa De Chong = "Chicken coop" sauna with local herbs

Really enjoy!
Don't miss this place.
Highly recommend.
Written June 21, 2023
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Spence B
Kaeng Krachan, Thailand36 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Sadly after driving for some time trying to find it we did and sadly this place has closed to the public
Written August 3, 2019
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Fenderama
New Orleans, LA28 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
The Bo Rai community got together, drew on traditions used for generations, and developed one of the most unique spas experiences I've ever seen. It was relaxing, educational, and really laid back. Village children painted us with lightly perfumed white mud, which we let dry and and then rinsed in the river. (The ride to the river for this portion of the spa treatment? In a motorscooter side car!) Then we sat in individual steam huts (the design is based on chicken coops!) that women once used to detox after childbirth. And we topped it off with the perfect Thai massage in the open air. This is not a "fancy" experience. You're tucked into a forest with very rustic facilities. There is no whale sounds and not an ounce of pretension, here. But if your goal is to unwind and utterly unplug, this far-flung spa is for you.
Written July 29, 2015
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