Rai Ruen Rom Organic Farm
There is a tranquility to be found among the lush greenery of rural Chiang Mai and a chance to discover the true essence of living in harmony with nature under the concept of “sufficiency”.
Rai Ruen Rom Organic Farm is a creative and sustainable agricultural learning center established by the new generation who have embraced the Royal Initiatives of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) and its mission is to improve the quality of life of the local and community through organic farming. Here, visitors will be able to return to the balanced world of nature, free their minds, breathe in a lungful of fresh air and allow themselves to get satisfyingly dirty exploring various fun activities and integrative organic farming courses. There’s making organic fertilizer, planting perennial trees, transplanting rice seedlings, biking and taking in views around the farm, cooking simple dishes from fresh, quality raw ingredients, and even pitching tents for a good night’s sleep under the stars.
Aside from the obvious joy and relaxation that comes with being surrounding by nature, this place offers kind hospitality provided by its staff members. Teams of locals warmly receive visitors who wish to learn more about Thai agricultural ways and take a step towards sustainability through hands-on activities in accordance with the fundamentals of sufficient agriculture, Moreover, Rai Ruen Rom Organic Farm opts for clean energy and strategizes the utilization of natural resources with the minimum of waste as a model of responsible tourism.
Travelers can help support this type of tourism by sharing their wonderful impressions, inviting others to follow the trail of organic farming travel and supporting fresh or dried local products by bringing souvenirs back home. Products of interest include rice, white mug wort, oven-dried flowers and many more straight from the heart of the community.
- Learn agricultural theories and practice organic rice farming.
- Cycle around and admire the farm’s lush green surroundings.
- Taste healthy menus and beverages or even try cooking them for yourself.
Best Time to Visit
- All seasons 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Winter is recommended for chilling weather and peak season for strawberries and salad vegetables for tourists to have a bite. The rainy season is best to breathe in nature’s fresh moist air.
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