Enjoy the outskirts of Bangkok where the canals meet with the Gulf of Thailand. Spend a day as a fisherman who farms cockles and shrimps for a living and take in the breeze as we ride into the community while breathing in the fresh ocean air. On top of this, you'll get to experience the Thai railway, take a truck-taxi, and join us on a long-tailed boat. Learn how to make crafts and get muddy with the locals as you help them pick cockles. There's even a local boat ride out to the Gulf where you'll learn about the sunken village before heading back for a delicious home cooked meal.
Games can be played after lunch in the cockle pond! We can drop in waist deep into the muddy water and pick some cockles for Uncle Sorn and see how much we find. There are also a couple of kayaks we can row out to sea to explore the houses in the canal.
- A delicious home cooked meal (seafood)
- Refreshing drinks and snacks and a house owner as your local guide
- Local transportation including train
-“Song-Taew” truck-taxi and fisherman boat
-Translation services from Local Alike
-Local Alike Guidebook
-Travel insurance by Bangkok Insurance with coverage up to 500,000 THB.
-Repeat of any activities
-Be at the meeting point slightly earlier than 9:00 am
-The guideline itinerary can change due to weather, accessibility, local happenings, guest's health conditions and/or other unpredictable events
-Bring an extra change of clothes and towel in case you want to swim and wear anti-slip footwear while picking the cockles.