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Really cool place to see! The people who own the place are super friedly and welcoming and want you to try all of their fresh produce. A really good thing to see on the way to or from the bamboo bridge and waterfall.
We were driving through to Boon Ko Ku So bridge and noticed this place. We stopped to check it out. The land owners friend, Sam, was very knowledgable and he explained everything really well, even giving us a brief history lesson about Thailand.
The split was interesting to see but the farmer who owns the field made the trip far more worth while. He promotes local produce and gives you taster of little bits of fruit and nuts for a donation, lovely outdoor area to sit and relax...More
Situated in a farm, it is probably the best thing that happened to the farmer. He is really a friendly chap and offers free fruit juice made from his own fruits and simply asks for donations. The walk around doesn't take more than 15 minutes...More
Be sure to get there early, before the tour groups arrive. The farm owner is extremely friendly - for just a small donation he gave us wine and juice which he made himself and an array of delicious fruits, nuts and vegetables grown on the...More
We stopped here after visiting a waterfall and bamboo bridge. It was a lot of fun! They prepared a bunch of snacks and tea for us. We also walked around the property and saw the split which was interesting. Everyone was super friendly!
We really enjoyed it! The rosella juice, wine and jam were lush and the people were very friendly. The land split itself was also really intriguing to see. It was caused by an earthquake and its surprisingly deep, plus it is on a farmer's land...More