Full Day Fruit Orchard Tour in Chanthaburi
Valid from Now - 31 July 2019
3 - 5 personsTHB 4,500 per person Book Now
Thailand is a well-known as the fruit lovers' paradise. Delicious tropical fruits can be grown in many parts of Thailand. Chantaburi is one of best provinces for fruit orchard. Take your chance to experince and up close to the nature. See the beautiful scenery, green plantations close at hand. Indulge yourself with delicious juicy fruits. Touch Thai local farmers and life's style. One day tour in Chanthaburi will fulfill your day with happy and relax. Please come and enjoy it.
- Tasting Thai Fruits Fresh from the Farm.
Nothing is better than tasting fresh fruits from the farm and pick them straight from the tree
- Drive along the most scenic roads.
- Enjoy the view from the top of the hill at Noen Nangphaya Viewpoint.
- Finding your birthstone, gems, jewelry in Gems Market.
|06.00 hrs.||Pick-up from hotel in downtown,Bangkok and heading to Chanthaburi Province (Eastern of Thailand)|
|09.00 hrs.||Scenic Route and photo shooting at Noen Nang Phaya Viewpoint.|
|10.00 hrs.||Enjoy Fruit Tour in local fruit orchards.|
The Famous Gemstones Market.
Lunch at own expenses (Price NOT include)
|15.00 hrs.||Leave for Bangkok (3-4 hrs. driving).|
|Evening||Drop off at your hotel in downtown, Bangkok.|
Tour Inclusion :
Tour and Transfer by Private vehicles.
English Speaking Guide.
Fruit Buffet Fee.
Terms and Conditions :
Min. 2 persons - Max. 8 persons per vehicles.
Cancellation/Amendment is not allowed once the booking is confirmed and paid.
Full Prepayment by credit card/bank transfer is required at time of making the reservation.
Program can be changeable depending on time, weather and uncircumstance situations. By the way the change is considered under customers benefit and safety.
Information about Chanthaburi
Chanthaburi is a province in the east of Thailand, just 245 km. It takes just 4 hours from Bangkok.It is a city which is appropriate to grow fruits, especially durian, which is the king of fruits, and mangosteens, the queen of fruits.
There are places to go such as mountains, forest, waterfalls, beaches and historical sites.
Chaloem Burapha Chonlathit Road : Scenic Route
This route is praised as one of Thailand’s spectacular route.Chaloem Burapha Chonlathit road is 100 kilometers long lying in parallel with the beach through the city center of Rayong, Chanthaburi and Trat Province in the eastern region of Thailand
Noen Nang Phaya Viewpoint : The famous beautiful viewpoint
Noen Nang Phaya Viewpoint is the most beautiful spot for seeing the landscape of Chaloem Burapha Chonlathit Road. It features a meandering two-lane road inclining towards the short hill paralleling with the seashore where you can see the turquoise sea alongside with the sparkling water reflecting from the sunlight that enhances the unusual breathtaking view. It is ideal for driving on this route. There are scenic spots where you can park and take photos.
Gems Market : Srichan road is known as the Gem Road for trading gems and jewelry. It is one of the big gem markets in Thailand.
Gems Market or Gems Road is a well-known commercial area in Chanthaburi, the so-called “city of gems.” The name Gems Road is referred to the main street of Si Chan Road and side streets of Soi Krachang, Wat Mai subdistrict, Mueang district. The road is considered one of the province’s most bustling business center because there are more than 120 gold, gems and precious stone shops clustering together. It can be said that this is Thailand’s biggest hub for gems trading.
Gems Market operates on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 am – 15.00 pm. The price surveys are generally on Fridays, but the actual trading take place on Saturdays. Nowadays, we can still witness the gems dealing atmosphere where there are middlemen (known as “Dek Doen Phloi”) who buy gemstones from the mines and resells them to retailers or customers. Gems Market is crowded with Thai and foreign gems dealers. Speaking of the origin, the first discovery of Chanthaburi gemstone source took place a long time ago near the mountain named Khao Phloi Waen. The exploration in the past did not rely on any fuel-consuming heavy equipment or machinery. It has been said that countless precious stones could be collected at Khao Phloi Waen just by fumbling the earth. The gemstones found there include green sapphire, topaz, star corundum and blue sapphire.
Chanthaboon Waterfront Community : Learn about Chanthaburi people along the 1 km. walkway through their history
This old community alongside the Chanthaboon River was regenerated by a group of corporations working together for three years in order to retain sustainability in architectural preservation and maintain the original lifestyle of the locals from both cultural and economic perspective.
You will experience the true Chanthaburi lifestyle in this community and see the different ethnicities and cultures, including a mix of Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese and French living harmoniously together. You can also understand more about the community’s history through the architecture of the buildings, for example, the 150-year-old Baan Luang Rajamaitri Historic Inn, Baan Khun Anusorn Sombat (the learning centre No. 69), Baan Luang Prakob Nitisarn, Ketna Boonyaram Temple, and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The Ta Luang area or Baan Lum is another zone that prospered during the King Rama V era and has been well preserved over the years. Here, you can enjoy watching Auntie Tai making her Kanom Kai dessert, try to make Mae Kim Sia’s Kanom Koh, and taste many sweet snacks from these four different cultures.
Fruit Orchards : Taste the Chanthaburi's Treasure from the garden.
Chanthaburi is renowned for its tropical fruits,partly thanks to its volcanic soil quality that hasleft it rich in nutrition and minerals. Whateverseeds are planted here, you can be surethat they will grow well - and the harvested crops will taste delicious.
Chanthaburi is considered a paradise for tropical fruit lovers, should not miss the opportunity to visit orchards and enjoy fruit buffets during fruit season. especially those favoring durian – which is claimed to be the best in the world, rambutan, mangosteen, longkong, zalacca, and dragon fruit.
During the peak harvesting season between May and June , fruit lovers can take a fruit tour to one of many lush orchards or fruit plantations to indulge in a fruit buffet, in which they can pick their own fruit from the trees and taste them at their fresh.