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Mon Ngo Royal Project Development Center
Operating day: Daily
Operating time: 08.00 - 17.00
Mon Ngo Royal Project Development Center Founded in 2528 By the Bhisadej Rajani, president of the Royal Project Foundation. The officials say the survey area.
A Hmong tribe living by clearing forests for shifting cultivation, opium and other crops. Development has been established to meet the needs of their inhabitants by promoting crops to replace opium. With the cooperation of several agencies.
Mon Ngo Royal Project Development Center Located in Mae Taeng National Forest. There is space for 17 villages, 451 households On 84.27 square kilometers or 52,670 Rai.
The population is composed of native people and the Hmong. Most of the area is hilly and mountainous. There are very few flat Height from sea level is 700-1250 meters, temperatures average 24 degrees Celsius.
Agricultural Tourism Beautiful views of tea plantations uncle Det. Learn how to brew tea and tea tasting. As well as the processing and packaging of tea at a tea factory Ban Pong Tong.
Visit Mashroom closed system Farming. Visit to promote seasonal produce such as coffee, avocado, pumpkin, etc.
Nature Tourism View Point of Doi Mon Ngo. About 1425 meters above above sea level with stunning mountain top. Visit can pan Mei chest And see the sunrise and sunset, a wide angle of 360 degrees at most of hardwoods.
Ngarn Pha is a Stalagmites that looks like a mermaid. Tip wells basin water inside the cave. And a year-round water aortic dissection, the villagers believe that used to treat can be found in rock crevices in January of each year.
Pha Lom has blown out of the cave, all the time. Clearly felt when standing at the mouth of the cave. Rafting adventure Ban Sop Kai. Nature is beautiful and abundant forests. Views the rocks that look very different way.
Cultural Tourism Traditional Hmong (Kin voh) is a traditional New Year in Thailand hill tribe Hmong. Held up a 1-3 first lunar month, which falls on January every year.
See the lifestyle of Hmong people. Skits thrown over a top tribal embroidery. Pounding rice mortar Visit the Hmong longest hair in the world.
See the lifestyle of indigenous people Learn the popular wisdom in the making traditional tea. Visit Collection cloth used for wrapping the dead body tea leaf and tasting salad dish the famous food of community.
Souvenirs Production of tea leaf and coffee. Production from Housewife Group, such flavoursome chilli sauce. A pillow tea leaf for health knife and shovel strength.
Local handicrafts such as woven fabrics, Hmong Embroidery, seasonal fruits such as avocados, citrus, lychee, mango, as well as privatization products from fruits.
Accommodation Royal Project Development Center guesthouses Services. Visitors can get up to about 15 people and a tent rental services to tourists and can bring the tent b yourself.
Restaurant The Centre has no restaurant service. Visitors can buy at Mae Malai Market or pre-order the list with the group. For ease of preparation for cooking.
Travel From Chiang Mai city, take Highway No. 107 (Chiang Mai - Fang), about 37 kilometers before reaching Mae Malai - Pai distric approximately 2-3 kilometers.
Will have bypass route According to 1905 National Highway No., about 12 kilometers, turn right Go to Mon Ngo aroung 17 kilometers (the same route to Wat Pha Ngam).
Category: Research and Development
Group: Royal Project
Last Update : 2 YearAgo