Homestay Certified Standard 2006
Highlight: Hilltribe culture
Type: Culture and lifestyle
Ban Klang Homestay Background
The community representatives attended the training on community tour guides held at Chiang Mai University. The villages joined together and set up a Homestay Cooperation Center and camping grounds in their village to host the tourists who come to see the nature and learn about the culture of the different hilltribes.
• Tea tasting (Yunnanese tea)
• Visit cherry, apricot and Sakura orchards.
• Visit the tea and sweet gourd plantation.
• Tour around Mu Ban Klang .
• Trekking, fishing, horse riding and archery
• See the teapots collection
• See the top spinning games.
• See the tribal swing tradition.
Ban Klang Homestay Nearby attractions
• Chinese Army Museum
• Tea plantation
• The world’s largest lion gate
• Ban Klang village
4 homestay units to accommodate 20 tourists
Lodging for 1 person 100-200 baht/person/night
Lodging for 2-10 persons 50-100 baht/person/night
Lodging (VIP) 200-400 baht/person/night
Tents for adults 60-100 baht/person/night
Tents for children 30-60 baht/person/night
Food 100 baht/person/meal
Horse back riding (half a day) 500 baht/person
Hilltribe dance 500-1,000 baht
053-710- 024 085-708-8862
085 – 038 – 6362 086 – 658 – 8346
70/1 Moo 6, Doi Mae Salong, Amphoe Mae Fa Luang, Chiang Rai 57110