Living the Thai Culture: Workshops, Show, Elephants, Lunch

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  • Over 10 Thai art and crafts to join
  • Take home self-made crafts
  • Perfect family bonding activity

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Important Information

- Children up to 4 years of age are free

How to get to Sampran Riverside: We can arrange private transportation for you at additional cost or you can make your way using public transportation. One option is to take a taxi from Bangkok city or Bangkok Airport to Sampran Riverside and we can send you a map for the driver. It is about an hour ride. Another option is to take the BTS Skytrain to Wong Wian Station, take exit number 2 and then take a taxi from there. The taxi ride from the station will take about half an hour.


What you need to bring

Your camera for photos!


Meet your host :
Dimple Danvani
  • English (Fluent)
  • ไทย (Intermediate)

Thailand has been my home for over 25 years now with most of my life being spent in the city of Bangkok and running the typical fast paced life. About 2 years ago, I started a new journey, totally unexpected, when I moved to work for a Thai family-run resort outside of Bangkok. Here I thought I could keep putting my education into use from the travel industry degree I achieved at one of the best universities in Thailand. Oh Boy was I wrong! After 5 years at Sampran Riverside, I have only recently started to understand what Thailand really is, what it was, what it should be. I hope you give me the opportunity to take you through those experiences.
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Review (1)

  • Kate Kate

    Very enjoyable day, takes you away from the busy Bangkok into a tranquil place. I was shown around by the staff and did some creative Thai traditional activities and watched an elephant show and a very family orientated show... It was a nice day out. Would recommended it. Thanks