Baan Tong Luang Eco-agricultural Village

Remote Tambon Mae Raem, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand Published on: 08-06-2016

Remote
Cultural
Family
Kids
People watching
14.00 USD

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Baan Tong Luang is a fabricated village containing 4 separate Thai Hill Tribes. The Thai Hill Tribes at Baan Tong Luang are the Lahu, Hmong, White Karen and the Long necked Karen.

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Why Baan Tong Luang Eco-agricultural Village is special ?

Baan Tong Luang was opened to the public in 2005. According to the signs, it was set up as an Eco Agricultural project to preserve the old traditional ways of Hill Tribe agriculture and to provide an income for the Hill Tribe people. For the visitor, Baan Tong Luang provides the opportunity to see and photograph the people from four Thai Hill Tribes in one place.


Source: http://www.baantongluang.com/

How to get to Baan Tong Luang Eco-agricultural Village?

Baan Tong Luang is conveniently located just off the Maerim – Samoeng Road, an area containing many and varied Chiang Mai attractions. The best way to get there is taxi.

Selling points

  • Go beyond the souvenirs and photos
  • Good value and nice people
  • Traditional clothing- a treat for the eyes
  • Overall good experience for the kids
  • A beautiful village well worth a visit with 8 tribes
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
235.13 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
14 places

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Tambon Mae Raem, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand

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Tips for you

  • If you're planning to come here, do bring cash because they have beautiful weavings (blankets, tablecloths, scarves) and they're very cheap too.
    What to bring
  • The long neck ladies are at the back of the area so you need to go past the others to get to them.
    Things to do
  • The village is large and you are given a map upon entry so that you can work your way around.
    Experience
  • Most of the ladies from the hilltribes are just doing their best to sell you something and they have a lot of hand made items also.
    Experience

Reviews

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A lot of reviews on here are criticizing this place for being a human zoo, however I beg to differ. How is this that much different than the Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii? This place allows you a glimpse into the different lives of the hill tribes that exist in Northern Thailand that you wouldn't be able to see otherwise. You really think that you're going to be able to visit each and every hill tribe in their real communities? They're hours away and not even close to each other. This place at least puts them all in one place so you can meet, interact, speak to and even purchase handmade goods directly from them. My bf and I enjoyed our time there learning and seeing how they live. If you're planning to go there, go there with an open mind.

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