“Tamod community”, originally known as “Tohmod”, is located on a plateau near the mountains of Southern Thailand, surrounded by the Banthat range. The area is hilly – with flats, low rolling hills and running water, covered with trees. Home to both Buddhists and Muslims, this spot is often called the “community of two religions”. Here, you can experience a way of life while heading out on an adventure on the water. Taste unique southern dishes and learn about the “hundred tiffin” tradition, where delicious tiffin meals represent the unity of the locals. Get to know about local traditions and skills that are taught within this community, such as breeding tiny dwarf bees at the Bantad Bee Conservation Group and also take a look at the upside-down vegetable growing at Ta Nueng’s Garden. Try a delicious, crispy roti, a secret recipe that has been passed along here for generations.
Culture and Local Heritage
The alternative name of “community of two religions” represents how Buddhists and Muslims unify in this community.
The local wisdom can be seen at the Dwarf Bee and Eastern Honey Bee Learning Center, and through the honey hunting process.
- Pay homage to Por Tan Chuay.
- See how tie-dye clothes are made.
- Enjoy kayaking.
- Ride in a “ruea ta kab” (boat-like caravan) along the canal and into the reservoir. Stop at a waterfall for swimming.
- Go honey hunting
Price for activities and food in community
1,250 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)
Trip idea 2 days 1 night
Tamod – Giant fish net – Khao Chang Hai Cave
Price for 2 days 1 night program 6,600 Baht/person (minimum 6 persons)
*Accommodations, Acitivities in the community and meals are included
Air tickets and VAT are not included
|Arrival at Hat Yai
|Enjoy a late morning light meal with Dim Sum, coffee, tea, and Bak Kut Teh, Hatyai’s most famous delicacies.
|Pay homage to the Tiger God Shrine and Quan Yin at Chue Chang Temple.
|Arrive at Tamod community in Pattalung.
|Pay homage to Por Tan Chuay at Tamode Temple, cast away bad spirits and bring luck on the trip.
|Enjoy a traditional “hundred tiffin” lunch at the community.
|Experience the life of the bee breeders at Banthat Bee Conservation Group
|See the tie-dye process at the community.
|It’s Kayak time, suit up and get your paddle on, it’s adventure time
Kayak along San Daeng canal surrounded with fertile nature, and the river life-style
|Water exploration Tamod-style
Ride the raft caravan “Takhab” boat across Khao Hua Chang reservoir, enjoying the beautiful borderless scenery of the lagoon and big and small mountains as you go.
|Depart from Tamod community
|Dinner at View Yor restaurant in Sripakpra.
|See the first light of the day and the only “giant fishing net retrieval” process in Thailand.
|Visit Talay Noi Waterfall Park by the edge of the reservoir.
|Learn about the Pattalung farmer’s way of life at Na Pokae
|Take a stroll around Pa Pai Sang Suk, browse the variety of food and souvenirs made in Pattalung.
|Lunch at Lan Ta Chu restaurant.
|Visit Khao Chang Hai cave, be amazed by 500 meters long of stunning stalagmites.
|Head back to Bangkok
41 houses in total
500 baht per guest and 350 baht per 2 guests with breakfast included
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Price: 950 – 1,200 baht
Price: 700 – 900 baht
Getting to the Community
1.5 hours from Hatyai Airport in Southern Thailand
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