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In order to share its wonderful natural resources, the Forest Industry Organization created resorts in seven of its sustainable forest plantations. The economically priced accommodations are rustic but always very clean, comfortable and quiet — and often quite beautiful. All offer fine Thai food, both the world acclaimed Central Thai food and regional delicacies. Carefully chosen caretakers are always friendly, courteous and anxious to please.

A plantation vacation is perfect not only for people who want nothing but rest and quiet, but also for people who enjoy fine outdoor recreation ranging from hiking, bird watching, fishing, caving, to rafting and kayaking.

Many of our plantation resorts have facilities for camping and are thus suitable for large groups such as school holidays, sports events and company outings.

The Thai Elephant Conservation Center has its own Chang Thai Resort situated right next to Thung Kwian Plantation.

Mae Chaem Plantation in Chiang Mai province is FIO's flagship resort. Located in the hills very near Doi Inthanon National Park, Mae Chaem is cool year around and downright chilly in the October-February cool season. The resort is near a national park, a hilltribe village and a river with many kinds of outdoor recreation. (053-249-349)

Ban Wat Chan Plantation in Chiang Mai province is situated amidst beautiful coniferous forest at an altitude over 1,000 meters (3,000 feet), ensuring that it is cool, especially nights, year around. (053-249-349)

Khao Kra Yang Plantation in Phitsanuloke province features golden teak lodgings alongside the Khek River, with wonderful rafting and great hiking. The Poi Waterfall is quite beautiful. (081-604-4207)

Mae La Mao Plantation in Tak province, near the border with Burma, adjoins a gorgeous river with great rafting, especially in the rainy season. (055-577-309)

Thong Pha Phoom Plantation in Kanchanaburi province is conveniently near Bangkok. The Khao Laem Reservoir provides recreational activities and fresh fish to eat. This plantation is equipped for seminars and meetings. (034-685-231)

Kroeng Kra Wia Plantation in Kanchanaburi province is in a golden teak plantation but also near natural forests and fine waterfalls. The famous Three Pagodas Pass on the Burmese border is just a short drive away. (034-531-224)

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