Organic lunch in the jungle at Dadjud Numlang Farm in Chiang Klang

Table set for Lunch at an Organic Farm in Chiang Klang, Nan - Thailand

Between the teak trees and rice fields at the foot of the mountains of Doi Phu Kha at Chiang Klang 2 Bangkokians did escape the concrete jungle of Bangkok and made their own very small organic farm. It is a bit difficult to get there as it is only a dirt track going there. No electricity and a water well for water. But they are managing very well and offering very limited & basic opportunity to stay overnight and they are offering a partly organic lunch with pizza made in their own wood fired clay oven. It was a great authentic experience and the food was delicious. Following are some photos made during our lunch. For more information see Dadjud Numlang Organic Garden & Off the Grid Homestay. For more information about the beautiful Nan province see Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand.

Wood fired pizza oven at an Organic Farm in Chiang Klang, Nan - Thailand





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