Jim Thompson Farm Tour 2015

Jim Thompson Farm Tour 2015

When : December 5,2015 – January 10,2016

Where : Jim Thompson Farm, Nakhon Ratchasima

Category : Event / Festivals

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Jim Thompson Farm Tour 2015



From early December to early January, which is considered the most of pleasant time of the year in Thailand, the Jim Thompson Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima would open its doors welcoming visitors wishing to see its lovely plantations of fruits and flowers. This year, the farm will be welcoming guests from 5 December until 10 January, next year.
Open daily from 9.00-17.00 hrs., the Jim Thompson Farm Tour 2015 offers visitors the chance to visit its mushroom plantation, hydroponic flower gardens, silkworm rearing, decorative plant nurseries, ornamental plants, large gardens full of colourful flowering, and sunflower fields, as well as a great variety of delicious fresh fruits and organically-grown vegetables which come into season at this time of year.
Visitors will also have the chance to experience rice milling, using the antique hand-operated wooden rice grinders. They can even winnow the rice themselves and then take home their own “rice crop”. Other highlight is the meet-and-greet session with “Boonlai” a sturdy water buffalo of the farm which will be standing by for photograph opportunity.
A selection of fresh, high quality, organic vegetables and fruits and wholesome farm-made snack foods are also available on sale at the farm.
Farm tour ticket is available at 180 baht for an adult and 135 baht for children on the weekdays, and 220 baht and 180 baht respectively on the weekends. There is an exception of 30 December – 3 January when the ticket price will be 280 baht for adults and 220 baht for children. Tickets are available at www.thaiticketmajor.com/travel or any of Jim Thompson stores in Bangkok.
Jim Thompson Farm was opened to the public for the first time in 2001 and has since evolved into one of the most popular agrotourism and ecotourism attractions of the Northeastern region. It is open to visitors just once a year during the peak of the cool season each year.




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