Village Life

Village life in Thailand, living local in Thailand, Thai country food, village markets, streetfood in Thailand, street food in Thailand, street foods in Thailand, cooking courses in Kanchanaburi, homestays in Kanchanaburi, cooking courses in Nong Prue, homestays in Nong Prue, home stays, farm stays, learning to cook authentic Thai food Kanchanaburi, farmers food, village restaurants. Nong Prue, Kanchanaburi, Thailand.

4 Replies to “Village Life”

  1. Hello,

    Im an expat from the US, who moved to Thailand 9 months ago out of curiosity for the culture. I spent my first 5 months living in Ubon and then decided to venture into Bangkok. after having spent such a short time in Thailand, Ive been exploring the idea of making it my permanent residence and opening a business here. I read your article on mushroom farming and I am interested in learning more about cultivation in Thailand. would you be willing to spare a few moments of your time to answer some questions?

    I look forward to speaking with you,


  2. Hello,

    I am also interested in learning about mushroom cultivation practices in Thailand, but I have no contacts as such. I’d be grateful f you could provide me some direction.


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