Baan Hua Had
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Samut Songkhram

Baan Hua Had is a canalside village in Muang Mai Sub District, Amphawa District, Samutsongkhram Province. Baan Hua Had is located close to Kaew Om Canal which connects Amphawa District, Bang khonthi District, Samutsongkhram Province and Wat Phleng District, Ratchaburi Province. Over ten Baan Hua Had families have established Baan Hua Had Homestay for tourists to spend their nights with the locals. The tourists will experience the locals’ simple lifestyle by offering food to the monks in the boat and sometimes the monks will paddle to ask for alms as well, enjoying temples and Thai houses along the canal and tasting local snacks that the locals paddle to sell while visiting a tangor garden which can only be cultivated in a specific area. The tourists will also see how coconut sugar is made at Baan Loong Piak, the cooking of Thai food and dessert and interesting processed agricultural products such as turning coir into a flower pot and weaving coconut leaves into a basket. There are boat services to visit Thai musical instrument house and nile tilapia sea cage farming. Another tourist attraction that you cannot miss is a firefly boat-trip in the midst of complete silence and calmness.  Going from Bangkok to Samutsongkhram, take highway no.325 (Samutsongkhram-Bang Phae), drive for 15 kilometers. When you see a police booth, turn left. Look for the Wat Bang Kae Noi post. Drive there and look for a guidepost to Krua Poo Yai Thongyip restaurant. Drive for another 7 kilometers until arriving at the restaurant. Baan Hua Had Homestay will be on your right. There are nine houses available, accommodating up to 100 persons. Other costs include; homestay: 250-350 baht/person/night (breakfast and dinner included), guide service: 500 baht/day/group, motorboat (8 seats): 300 baht/boat, traditional massage: 200 baht/hour. For more information, please contact Khun Thongyip Kaewnilkun (head of village Moo 9) at 0-3473-5073 or 087-156-4017  

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