Farm Chokchai
Farm Chokchai
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9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
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Ciao-ka
Bangkok, Thailand500 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Family
With social distancing still being practised, it’s now a walking tour. Although it’s all done in Thai, we still enjoyed it a great deal.

The highlight was making our own ice cream. The kids loved it and the ice cream tasted great!

We went for the burger place on site after the tour and everyone enjoyed the lunch.

A great stop for families with young kids.
Written December 6, 2020
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michelleyee
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia131 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
What we love here is the kids gets to feed the farm animals such as sheeps, cows, pony at the open farm once we get down from the car park. Walk around, there's some shop, souvenir, restaurant, cafe & remember to chill with their fresh milk ice-cream. Walk further up abit towards the museum, there's an elephant where you can feed them too. Some rabbits & goats nearby as well. All these are free entrance. We didn't went to the area where tickets are needed.
Written January 14, 2020
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finnoir
Singapore, Singapore94 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2013 • Family
I've been to Farm Chokchai 2 times.

Once over the New Year's Eve in 2008/09 and the other was just 2 weekends ago in Jan 2013.

It's about a 2.5 - 3 hour drive out of Bangkok and you won't believe you're in Thailand when you see the expanse of land... and the number of cows ;)

Since my last visit, they have tried to be more accomodating to non-Thai speaking visitors -- for example, videos shown now have English sub-titles. As for the other parts of the tour, you don't really need to understand the language to appreciate the sights and experience, though of course, it would enhance your visit.

Our group arrived in the evening this time round, had a simple buffet dinner in the open space near the campsite and then headed to our tents for the night.

When we first heard that we were going to stay in tents back in 2008 we thought it was like those you'd have to pitch on the ground. These tents are however, more of a permanent type -- they are already pitched, are big enough for you to walk in, comes with 2 single beds, an air-conditioner, a desk, an open wardrobe and electric lamp and even an electric socket for charging your appliances :) So it's all the hotel room comforts scaled down but still luxurious by camp standards (of course it's no Kiri Maya but that's a whole different league of its own!!).

I was very pleasantly surprised at the thought they took in providing the following -- bathrobe, towels neatly rolled and in the bath bucket equipped with shampoo, bath gel and body lotion, and a cup as well. On the desk, you'd find a bottle of insect repellant, 2 battery-operated torch lights, also a table torch with dual lighting functions. In fact, just outside your tent is a small stool with 2 pairs of rubber slippers -- very useful for your visits to the shower room.

The shower room and toilets are situated a short walk from the campsite -- and is unique because of its open, garden concept -- you get a view of the plants in front of you with natural ventilation. When we were there in 2008, the facing was into an enclosed garden that was a lot bigger and there was a little white rabbit hopping around ;) An interesting sight when you take a shower. This time round, the greenery is more lush and closer to the open part of the bathroom and toilet -- perhaps, this additional foliage gives people a better sense of privacy? :)

As for the programme, we had a buffet breakfast the next morning before we started our activities for the day! This included an ice-cream making session, a video show on the history of Farm Chokchai which was very interesting, a cow-milking session where they will ask for volunteers, a ride to the rodeo show and games stall, enroute you see a sheep dog in action, the baby animal zoo which offers a feeding opportunity, a farm animal show and then it's the end of the stay for us :)

Enroute back to Bangkok, we stopped at 2 Factory Outlets -- Premium Outlets and FN Outlet at Sriracha Pass. Great bit of shopping I did :)

What you must eat at Farm Chokchai -- the fresh milk and ice-cream, for sure! :)
Written January 23, 2013
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AustFamilyAdventure
Bangkok, Thailand46 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
This was listed as something you must do while in Khao Yai - I have no idea why! So weird, a waste of time and money. Don't bother - go to the waterfalls and explore the national Park - this is ridiculous.
Written September 21, 2017
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charles n
London, UK1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
it is probably the worst family trip i have been to for ages, i should have done some research first before going there! You see all these adverts claiming it to be a great place to take the family and especially for the kids, but boy are you in for a shock. the place had barely anything to see or do! i am serious! At first we were presented with a show of the establishment and how it all started and how proud they are. The video was old and awful but bearable due to it being about 25 mins, then the tour started!

First stop, the milk processing plant and how milk is milked from the cows. The tour guide was terrible, she was near lifeless and though this job of her's was more of a chore than anything else. None of the, tourist were invited inside to try and milk the cows or anything! just stand there and watch other staff milk the cows with a sour face!

ok, i thought, first stop was bad but maybe it will liven up along the way, damn was i wrong! then the tour bus came a took us on a trip around the whole farm, but it was really only taking you to the accommodation and how much it costs per night without even letting you see the inside of the buildings! by the way these buildings were all just huts and you are expected to pay 50 pounds sterling per night for it!

then our second stop, a cowboy show! i thought ok things are starting to warm up alittle now! damn was i wrong again! the show was short and the performance was just plain awful, the cowboys had so much motivation in their show you could hear a fly buzzing through.

the third and final stop was a show for the kids, a performance of animals! again the show could barely ignite a candle to burn on hot wax. my boys got so bored they fell asleep, they didnt even want to go to the petting area where you could feed the small farm animals!

i let my boys sleep and i went over to take a look at the petting area! jesus christ! the area is so god damn small and there were no more the 5 animals there, and they expected a tour of 300 people to pet and feed these 5 animals! we met other people on the trip too, and they were as disappointed as we were! they went to the farm like us blind and that it was a good trip for the family.

take my advice and don't bother waste your money to go there! it is quite far from bangkok too! it's all the way in the province of pak chong, we hired a van to take us there for 50 pounds including fuel. but damn were we disappointed, it costs 6 pounds for adults and 3 pounds for children.

And lastly, don't even think about eating at one of the steak houses if you don't want food poisoning! thai people do not know how to fry steak and the meaning of hygiene! the place were crawling with cockroaches, i just stood and took my family with me out of there! i refuse to pay for the bill as the food and place were disgusting even though i made a seen at the establishment. i ask them if they would eat in such a place so god damn dirty, then again i guess thai people would. But as a tourist from England i don't think so.

save your money and go somewhere else!
Written February 9, 2015
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Jordan Woo
Singapore, Singapore38 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Couples
My wife and I visited Khao Yai and we booked the 2pm session. This is a tickekted visit.

Prior to the start of our session we had lunch just outside 2 eateries operated by this Farm. The was a choice of sit down steak restaurant or fast food. We opted for the latter since we had very heavy breakfast and along the way we also had morning tea at The Chocolate Factory Khao Yai.

At 2pm sharp the farm tour started with a briefing following which we were brought into the farm. We were shown how the sperm was extracted from the breeding bulls. We were shown how the cows were milked and given a chance to milk the cow followed by a briefing at the visitors gallery of the ice-cream factory and given an ice-cream sample. This part of the segment was in both Thai and English.

We all then embarked on a tractor-towed carriages on a guided tour (Thai and English) of the farm.

The half point was a barn area when there was a dog show featuring a few very smart dogs and cowboy show. In between we could participate in a few other paid activities eg horse-riding, bicycle riding to some photo-points, etc Unfortunately for this part of the segment, the shows were conducted only in Thai and there was NO English translation. Of course the shows were generally quite self-explanatory. Still it was advertised that there will be English commentary. If not for this weak point I would have given the overall rating to be "excellent".

Indeed this visit to the farm was "edutaining". I t was indeed a worthwhile visit.
Written September 20, 2018
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yoba2390
phuket600 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2012 • Friends
the visit of this agro tourism farm is quite unusual in Thailand and certainly the only on so large scale, the total size of this dairy farm is 25000 rai (1rai=1600sqm), 5000 head of cattle are permanently housed on this place, who's the biggest milk supplier for the country, You can visit this place with the Chokchai train and it take 3H45, to have just an overview of the farm, from insemination, milking process, feeding cow, as well horse, dogs and others animals are housed at the farm compound. You also will see soil culture they using to feed the animals in the farm. Others thing quite interesting during the visit is the dog show, the horse barn, the horses show, and some others creature we can see on the farm.
Written May 11, 2013
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J.L
Singapore, Singapore83 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Family
Ice cream making was fun but we ended up with too many ice cream. (more than ten cups for a family of four)

Farm tour was informative with a few stops. I like the fact that guests can choose how long they wish to stay at the last stop. There are cowboys show, pony riding, ATV, carnival games at the last stop. You can also rent a bicycle to cycle around (find the place with swings under a tree!)
Written December 8, 2018
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Rebecca T
Subang Jaya, Malaysia54 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Family
Is a very big farm and the farm has cows more. Before we enter the farm the farm guide will show us a video presentation on the history of the farm. While walking towards the farm we will need to wash our hand first and use sanitizer to wash our hand. Farm guide lead us to different stop & explain on different category such as how they mix the cow species, how they squeeze the milk from a cow (randomly pick audience able to experience it), free ice-cream & how ice-cream produce, tram taking use around the farm, cowboy show & scenery spot for photography purpose. The only unsatisfied part is there is not much of contact with the animals. I thought that we are able to touch, feed & play with animals in the farm but unfortunately no such activities. Overall it's a good experience...just that regreted to choose this farm & give up with the others where we can touch & feed the animals.
Written January 12, 2017
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AneeLiyo
London, UK336 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Family
Farm Chok Chai or Chok chai farm ( Yes Yes... its same Chok Chai steak house at sukhumvit 23). its 164 km from SVB Airport. Take kanchanabhisek tollway to avoid traffic on pathumthani and friendship highway. It takes about 2.15 hour to reach the farm. Farm conducts 2.5 hours tours inside their farm. Kids will enjoy a lot. its advised to call them and book in advance. Tour fee Bt.300 for all whose height is 140 cm. or above.Tour is conducted in THAI ( It is not a big deal for NOn thais like me). Tour starts with a video presentation of their history in thai with english subtitle. Then a guided tour, tractor ride through their farm. Cows, Ox, Horse, Sheep, Goat etc.. They have following in the tour starting with
1. Demonstration of BULL/OX ( With thai presentation followed by video with english subtitle)
2. Cow milking demonstration ( You can take a chance of milking by yourself)
3. Cowboy show (Free)
2. Horse riding (have to pay)
3. ATV ride (have to pay)
3. Petting Zoo ( Can feed Rabbits, Sheep, Deers, Calfs but have to pay for the feed)
4. Animal Show (dogs show, bird show, sheep show) 10 minutes

Thats the end..... As advertised in their website they have stopped Ice-cream making event.

Farm has fantastic steak house (Restaurant) with juicy beef, pork, chicken, lamp chop and salmon steak's with burgers and super collection of sausages.. But if you need just their juicy steak no need to drive to their farm they have their steak house at sukhumvit 23 (In Bangkok)

Alcohol beer, wine available but they sell from 11.00am to 14.00 and 17.00 to 20.30 (time they close the restaurant. Credit car accepted. Don't go without your own transportation or without arranging one. If you are travelling to Khao yai with kids then its worth visiting this farm.

For more adventerous they have 1 night package with accommodation in tent for a night for 2 can add extra bed with all meals.

Pls excuse me of any typo or grammar errors
Written July 19, 2014
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