Coconut Sugar Farm

Coconut Sugar Farm, Damnoen Saduak: Address, Phone Number, Coconut Sugar Farm Reviews: 3/5

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TheMartians
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia232 contributions
Show you how to process
Dec 2019 • Family
Small place selling lots of souvenirs. They also cook and make the coconut sugar for you to try and buy.
Written December 29, 2019
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bobbiedabell
Thringstone, UK50 contributions
Short but sweet
Dec 2019 • Couples
Great stop off point and amazing to see how they extract the oil from the sugar. Nice little walk around too
Written December 20, 2019
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Lfrancisco
Hawalli, Kuwait29 contributions
Food Tasting
Jul 2019
after the floating market we went to coconut sugar farm to taste the coconut product. and coconut items. its just connected to the floating market after enjoying in buying stuff and food from the market. you can take a break and have sip of coconut in the farm. it was a good adventure
Written September 21, 2019
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SURIE_S
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India386 contributions
not much there
Jul 2019 • Family
It is only a small factory, don't expect much. They charge very high. A toilet is there but itis not clean.
Written July 31, 2019
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greatwestvacation
Fort Collins, CO27 contributions
Short but.... "sweet".
Mar 2019
They only allow boats to pull over for 15 minutes to explore this little farm. I wouldn't have really known what it was or where to go if I didn't have a guide with me. But, she showed us where to get a free sample, then took us our to climb a bamboo ladder to watch nectar being collected, then showed us how the sugar is processed. We bought a bunch of sugar that we are still eating (raw!) at home, two months later.
Written May 2, 2019
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TARLOCHAND D
Gravesend, UK111 contributions
Sweet visit
Mar 2019 • Couples
One of our stops was to the coconut farm . The farm is slightly hidden of the main road . This was a very pleasant visit . There are plenty of souvenirs to buy including coconut oil ( the best in the world ). You are buying it from the source directly. A good educational trip.
Written April 21, 2019
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Margaret1917
Devizes, UK341 contributions
More interesting than we had thought it would be!
Mar 2019 • Friends
We set off to drive 110 km west of Bangkok to the Damnoen Saduak floating market when the guide announced that we were going to stop at a coconut farm on the way. We were not too excited by this! However, we really enjoyed the experience and learnt much more than we had expected. We tried out coconut sugar which we hadn’t known even existed. It is very delicious. We also tried coconut tea which is very sweet and made from the same ingredients as the sugar. This is the result of soaking coconut flowers and stirring the juice that results with a huge whisk which develops it all into a kind of caramel. We also noticed a Thai squirrel in a cage and two hedgehogs which are family pets and much paler than ours. In fact they are a light caramel colour, very pretty. It is set in acres of coconut palm plantations. An interesting place to visit.
Written April 16, 2019
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shuzhenk
Gourdon, UK373 contributions
Disappointed
Apr 2019 • Family
There were no one to explain about the farm, no information to read, there was some stuff being boiled in a big basket which I assumed was coconut sugar. The staff were more interested to sell you the coconut sugar and the wares displayed.
Was offered coconut nectar to try for free. Very sweet. Great for Asian desserts such as azuki beans, green beans soup. Might be more feasible if they sell it in smaller portions instead of a kg bag for 50 BAHT.
Written April 2, 2019
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Shannon D
Eureka, CA73 contributions
A must do
May 2018 • Couples
This was part of our trip to the floating market. The coconut house was the best part of the trip. You get to see a beautiful house that is used as a coconut plantation and enjoy the shaded beauty as well as learn a little and you have to try coconut sugar raw oh my god I don’t really like coconut but loved it. Enjoy your self 😁
Written February 14, 2019
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Profit share traveler
Ferndale, MI91 contributions
Another stop so you spend money
Dec 2018 • Family
This was a nice stop but not a whole lot to see unless you want to see them boiling coconuts over an open fire. This wouldn't be something I would pay extra but beings it was a scheduled stop it was worth the 5 minute stretch.
Written January 23, 2019
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