It is an interesting experience if you are into local fruits and orchids. Durian, grapes, lamjai, mangosteen, papaya, rambutan, dragon fruit, banana, star fruit and mangoes are just a few examples. All the fruit are delicious, sweet and juicy.
Staff were friendly and you get shuttled around the grounds for free to see the different fruit orchards. Unfortunately a Thai only speaking guide.
There are local bee hives with honey products on sale too.
You can feast on free fruit and a particular fruit that is called Durian. This fruit is really delicious but an acquired taste. It is sweet and creamy but very smelly. Most hotels and guest houses forbid this fruit to be brought onto the premises because of it's pungent smell. It is not a cheap fruit but readily available in season. Beware that this fruit is very high in cholesterol and if you consume too much at one time, there could be side effects.
Durian is also not be eaten and washed down with alcohol as I believe there are also dangerous side effects.
There is also a dining area where som tum (spicy-hot green papaya) salad is served and quite delicious. Very popular dish with the Thai people.
If you do order a dish, make sure to ask for spicy (hot), non spicy or a little bit spicy. It usually gets graded by how many chilies you want mixed in the salad...1..2..3..4.
At the time of my visit entrance fee for Thais were THB250 per person and THB400 for foreigners.
There are some chalets for rent at THB1800 per night.
This is the official website but in Thai only.
Overall, a nice and pleasant experience for individuals and families.
Support the local industry please.