Ban Talay Noi Rayong Hi Tourism Community


Ban Talay Noi Rayong Hi Tourism Community


Sip on some chilled Indian marsh fleabane tea, accompanied by “Kanom pob rak” made from banana and toddy palm fruit in coconut milk. Hear the history of Ban Talay Noi, an old community in the Prasae delta that dates back to the Ayutthaya period. This is a historical tourism community that follows the Sufficiency Economy Principle, beautifully combined with the simple coastal life. Hop onboard a raft and float along the water as you spot thousands of red eagles flying over the mangrove forest on both sides of Prasae river. Learn how the shallow-water fishery works as well as a local practice of making sun-dried salty fish and simple vegetables (like the common cocklebur) grown on the edge of the rice fields.

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Culture and Local Heritage

Traditional shallow water fishery, history and the Sufficiency Economy Principle are key lifestyle components of the community.

The local wisdom includes making sun-dried salty fish.

Highlight Activities

  • Taste “Kanom Pob Rak”, a traditional dessert from Ban Talay Noi Community
  • Learn how to make sun-dried salty fish.
  • Take a boat ride to see red eagles.

Price for activities and food in community

1,325 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)

Trip idea 2 days 1 night

Ban Talay Noi – Ban Kru Kang Museum – Klaeng Memorial Hall

Price for 2 days 1 night program 7,100 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)

*Accommodations, Acitivities in the community and meals are included
VAT is not included

Day one
Late morning Head to Ban Talay Noi community in Klaeng district, Rayong. You’ll notice the gentle aroma of Indian marsh fleabane tea and Kanom Pob Rak, a traditional dessert made from banana and toddy palm fruit soaked in coconut milk.
Head to Wat Ratchabanlang Pratithawararam, a temple also known as “Wat Talay Noi” among the locals.
Noon Have a lunch break and enjoy a local meal.
Afternoon Explore Ban Talay Noi community further and get to know about some of the local practices. Follow the aroma of sun-dried fish all the way to the local producer, where you will learn about the entire process from the beginning to the finished packages.
Take a boat ride along Prasae river to see red eagles and experience the life of shallow-water fishermen. Enjoy stuffed glutinous rice wrapped in banana leaves, which is provided during the journey.
Evening Say goodbye to Ban Talay Noi community.
Have dinner at Ton Krabok restaurant, situated under wild almond (Krabok) trees. Enjoy some of Rayong’s traditional delicacies such as chicken and coconut shell soup, bitter ginger curry with pork, cowa curry with pork, spicy salad with fish, and seafood curry wraps.
Day two
Morning Head to CHIM Café. Enjoy a selection of coffee and other creative seasonal drinks. The café is decorated with a simple, minimalistic style, but the drinks are definitely much more sophisticated.
Late morning Visit Ban Kru Kang Museum where historical items tell the story of the area. Have fun taking photos against vintage-style backdrops available around the museum.
Visit Klaeng Memorial Hall, a cream-colored wooden house built in a traditional-style. The building is new but modeled after Klaeng’s old, dilapidated police station.
Noon Have lunch at Krua Talay Seafood. Enjoy fresh seafood (as the restaurant name implies) while taking in the scenic view of Mae Pim peninsula in the background.
Afternoon Travel back to Bangkok.

Booking Center:
092-257-6499, 065-939-9015

Best Season for Visiting

The activities are suitable for all seasons.


Food at the Community

Individual dish (lunch): Steamed rice, chili paste and omelette
Set meal (dinner): Galangal chicken soup / sun-dried fish / tamarind soup with common cocklebur and shrimp
Snack: Nipa palm sweet / fried dumplings
Dessert: Kluay pob rak
Drink: Indian marsh fleabane tea

Local Products

Shrimp paste, Fish sauce, Indian marsh fleabane tea, Salty sun-dried fish, Fresh dumplings, Common cocklebur, Nipa palm woven hats, Sugar-coated banana sheets, Dried banana, Fermented fish


Local Homestays

6 houses with a total capacity of 100 guests
The accommodation costs 200 baht per guest. Breakfast costs 50 baht per guest.

English Speaking Guides

10.บ้านทะเลน้อย-มัคคุเทศก์ ปฐมพร เปรมปรีชากุล

Khun Pathomporn Prempreechakul
Tel: 083-199-5788
E-mail: [email protected]

10.บ้านทะเลน้อย-มัคคุเทศก์ เสกสรรค์ สามารถ

Khun Seksan Samart
Tel: 082-328-9151
E-mail: [email protected]

Nearby Attractions


Khao Sukim Temple


Tung prong thong (golden meadow)


Laem Maepim beach

Nearby Accommodations


Chainipa Resort
Tel: 063-969-6565
Price: 1,500 – 2,500 baht


Chicken House Apartment
Tel: 081-193-3557
Price: 690 – 890 baht

Getting to the Community

Approximately 3 hours from Bangkok

Local Coordinator

14.บ้านทะเลน้อย-ผู้ประสานงานชุมชน คุณปรีชา สรรเสริญ

Khun Preecha Sansern
Tel: 081-864-9086

Local Tour Operator

Udachi Company Limited (Headquarters)
898/97 Prasert Manukit Road, Klongkum sub-district, Buengkum district, 10240 Bangkok
Tel: 085-245-2458, 099-916-9099
E-Mail: [email protected]
Line@: @udachi

Find Folk Company Limited
7/5-6 Room 203 2nd Floor, Pradipat Road, Phayathai sub-district, Phayathai district, 10400 Bangkok
Tel: 02-278-1566
E-Mail: [email protected]
Social media: www.facebook/Findfolker
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Friday Trip Company Limited
14 Soi Ramkamhaeng 118 Yaek 45, Sapansoong, Sapansoong, 10240 Bangkok
Tel: 088-008-2906-7, 02-373-8008
Line@: @fridaytrip
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