The Late King Bhumibols Royal Project in Thailand


The Royal Projects, initiated by His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, are famous in Thailand for helping grassroot communities to thrive and for preserving ecosystems for future generations. Now the Projects have become attractions in themselves, visited by thousands of tourists, local and international, seeking to learn a little about Thailand’s rural communities and to experience a different side of the kingdom.

Many of the better-known Royal Projects; such as, the royal agricultural stations in Angkhang and Inthanon in Chiang Mai, are in the northern region of Thailand. So tourists who are short of time may miss out on experiencing some of Thailand’s most unique attractions.

Luckily, one of the most recently initiated Royal Projects isn’t too far from Bangkok, near enough for a day or weekend trip. The Chang Hua Man Royal Project is in Phetchaburi, a short drive from the seaside resort of Cha-Am and encapsulates everything the Royal Projects are all about.

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