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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
I was on a private tour in Thailand the first week of November 2018. For the last day of the tour on the way to the floating market , we stopped off to visit this coconut sugar farm. There were gift shops, chickens and rooster...More
The Coconut Sugar Farm was a stop over and part of the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market tour package. After a 2 min introduction by your tour guide on how coconut products are made, you have 30 min for souvenir shopping. The problem was that we...More
his visit was part of a tour we took from Bangkok. In truth, we learned little from the guide, whose English was oft times wanting. It was simply labelled ‘coconut plantation’ which was exotic enough to appeal. I didn’t even know what coconut sugar was....More
You get to witness whole process of cooking coconut water and taste some of the thai sweets make with coconut sugar. Little couple tables so you can have a seat and enjoy. Right next to it few stalls with various souvenirs as you would expect....More