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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,...More
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...More
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...More
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.
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...More
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...More
We called here on our way to the floating market, it was good to see how and what they do with sugar and coconuts, we tasted some after be boiled it was nice we bought some coconut oil to support them, but it think it...More
This is a nice stop for local flavor on the way to or from other but it’s not something to book as a stand alone. There’s a small market here but not really a good place to buy souvenirs. I did buy a small trinket...More
I visited this farm outside of the floating market on a private tour. There were many tour buses parked out front. The facility was basic. There were typical tourist trinkets to purchase. However all of this was overshadowed by two gibbons being kept in a...More