Royal Route

Follow Father’s Steps: The Royal Agricultural Station: Nor Lae Village

Royal Route : Nor Lae Village Doi Angkhang
Follow Father’s Steps: The Royal Agricultural Station: Nor Lae Village

Let’s take a little walk along our Father’s footsteps to the station filled with love and care. If you’ve been to the
Tea Plantation 2000 (Rai Cha 2000), our next stop is only a little further down the road. Let’s visit the Royal
Agricultural Station: Nor Lae Village!

A small army base right on the border with Burma next to Nor Lae village provides security for Doi Angkhang.
This place also serves as a housing and farming location for Benglong or Palong and Dara-ang tribe. One rai of
land was distributed to each family of refugee according to Rama9’s initiative with the only condition that their
agricultural activity must not involve any use of chemicals and corruption. This way of life has brought about
peace and happiness to the tribe while making a living by growing a famous heart-shaped cabbage by using an
organic farming method.

Visitors are welcome to try organic food and learn about making fermented fertilizer, seeding, and weed
removal process. Along these processes, visitors will witness the love between villagers helping one another.
On our visit, we also learned their dialect, “Haff Move”, which means “Thank you”.
So, “Haff Move” for all the good time!!


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