A day on a farm.
Visit one of the largest farms in Asia. Chokchai farms in Khao Yai is an award-winning agro-tourism business that will provide you with an unmatched experience and also you will get to know what is agricultural-tourism.
It has been awarded the 4th Tourism Industry award in 2002. Prepare yourself for a tour of the humongous farms, get to know how a farm actually works, try out fun-filled and thrilling activities, such as driving a tractor, etc. is surely going to leave you with a lot of knowledge and an experience full of adventure, that you will never forget.
Timings: Tuesday to Friday: 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m. with a tour every 20-minutes.
Saturday to Sunday: 10.00 a.m. - 3.00 p.m. with a tour every 20-minutes.
How to reach: It is a 2-hour drive from Bangkok to Chokchai farms. Cabs are preferred as there are no other options.
Note: Children with a height between 3 - 4.6 feet will be charged as per child fare.
Children above the height of 4.6 feet will be charged as per the adult fare.
The farm remains closed on Monday.
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There are different timings followed on weekdays and weekends. From Tuesday to Friday, the farm house is open at 10.00 am and closes at 2.00 pm. On Saturdays and Sundays, it will be open from 10.00 am and goes up to 3.00 pm. Since it is one of the largest farms in Asia and batched so many awards for its unparallel experience, it seemed to be overloaded by tourists all the time. Hence, you are requested to come at least 30 minutes prior to the starting time and avoid the queues. Don’t forget that the farm is closed on every Monday.
The Farm Chokchai is located at 169 2 Mittraphap Road, Nong Nam Daeng, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand. From Bangkok, you can take a bus or mini-van from the Bangkok Bus Station (Mochit), and it travels nearly 3 – 4 hours. If you’re coming from the Northeast province, you can take a bus or mini-van, and head towards Pak Chong or Nakhonratchasima. Tourists mostly prefer hiring a cab from the hotel and reaching the farmhouse before the scheduled time. There is also public transportation available. For more information, you can contact your tour operator and ask for the fastest route on road.
It takes 20 minutes to explore the entire farmland. If you want to know how dairy products are made and transported across the place, you must take a tour to this Farm Chokchai Bangkok at least one time in your life. One can take a joyful ride and see how the farmland functions on a day to day basis and explore its rural beauty. And, one can watch the famous cowboy show that is truly mind-blowing. The performers are professionals and attained perfection in every move through constant practice. Considering the time constraints, visitors are requested to visit early and get to know the abundance of knowledge on agricultural tourism.
One should come in proper clothes for outdoor activities and comfortable footwear. During the rainy season, you must bring a raincoat or sweatshirt to avoid wetness. Similarly, in the summer time, you can bring a hat, sunglass, and sunscreen cream just in case. Apart from that, the tourists are encouraged to bring their cameras, as there will be scenic locations amidst exotic animals and plants. You can quickly fill your camera space with beautiful moments with animals and their funny gestures. Finally, come with an open mind, where you can store a lot of interesting facts and knowledge pertaining to the production of organic dairy products and its related business.
Except for Mondays, the place is open every day in a week. For maintenance purpose, the farmland is made closed on every Monday. Rest of the days are open for the public to visit. Since there are different timings fixed on weekdays and weekends, visitors are advised to plan their visit accordingly and ultimately acquire some (basic) insights about the place and its activities. Here, the participants will be riding in a tractor wagon in an uneven ground surface, which might cause any danger to pregnant women and people having disabilities. Hence, they can avoid the ride instead of ending up in a painful situation.
Rodeo Show – One can see how the cowboy wipes his rope smartly and mesmerizes you with an amazing performance. The iconic performers show their lightning speed and unmatched skills to the audience. Learn Agro Tourism – Watch herds of cows and goats in the wild and even have a chance to touch and feed them. Moreover, you can explore how agriculture is being practiced and how it attracts people and eventually helps in tourism. Shuttle bus Ride – Through a comfortable shuttle bus ride, you can traverse the entire landscape and come to know how the cows and other animals are fed and taken cared of on a daily basis.
Yes, you can cancel your visit to the Farm Chokchai. According to the cancellation policy, if one is cancelling the show less than 2 days prior to the scheduled date, he/she is not applicable for a refundable amount. If one cancels the show less before 2 days in advance to the start date, he/she can get a refundable amount. However, there will be a 7% charge for the administration fee. Once the cancellation is done, the applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days.
Yes. There will be an excellent Rodeo Show conducted for the viewers. This event may include calf roping, steer wrestling, bareback horse and bull riding, saddle bronc riding, and barrel racing. When it comes to the participants, they are highly-trained professionals, got expertise in every activity after getting constant practise. Here, one can witness the exceptional abilities of a cowboy, performing with his ropes, and gives the best Rodeo experience in Thailand. Thus, one should not miss this stunning performance in the Farm Chokchai Bangkok, which can’t be seen elsewhere.
From Bangkok, the Farm Chokchai is located at a distance of 166.6 km, and it takes one at least 3 hours of travel by road. If you’re self-driving, make sure you get the fastest route as there are two other routes active at present.
When we go back to the inception, in 1957, the legendary Thai cowboy and animal husbandman, Khun Chokchai Bulakul purchased a deserted high forested region in Pakchong, Nakhon Ratchasima and started the process of integrated farming on a 100-acre area. In 1965, after constant supply of machinery and construction materials to the US Air Force, it has built a 26-storey ‘Chokchai Building’ on Sukhumvit Road, which had been the tallest skyscraper in Thailand. Since then, after constant updates and rejuvenations, the Farm Chokchai has realized its full potential. It aims to position itself as a vital part of a caring and sharing society, and runs its business based on the contemporary knowledge and technical know-how.
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