Phrom Khiri, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
Homestay Ban Aporn Tiewsaweang, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province
This community was established for about 250 years, formerly known as Nuea Pak Ram, from its location. in the highlands and planted betel nut for eating with betel nut In the southern vernacular, people who eat betel nut until their mouths turn red are called "Pak Ram" and the mountainous area is called "North". This name therefore reflects the cultural characteristics and location of the community. But later the community name was changed to "Bhrom Lok" after the name of the ruler, Khun Phrom Lok. Ban Phrom Lok has a flat terrain at the foot of the hill. There are 2 canals flowing through the river from the top of Khao Luang. Nakhon Si Thammarat Mountains If anyone stays at this community, there will be many activities to do without getting bored, such as watching the way of life of the community's fruit and vegetable gardeners. Travel to swim at Phrom Lok Waterfall and Wang Pla Ngae Cycling for a distance of more than 16 kilometers to see the way of life on both sides of the road, trekking to conquer Phrom Khiri Peak. Activities and games in the community such as Mak Khu, Mak Khum, Manora, toys made from local natural materials, etc. Batik making lessons. or to pay homage to King Taksin the Great at Tak Fa Cave, Maha Uth Church Wat Khao Khun Phanom is also available.
- There are green activities here. So much to do Both cycling to see the way of the Brahma Lok community on both sides of the road to reduce pollution from other vehicles.
- Policy No bed linens are changed per stay per stay (bed linens, blankets, pillowcases, towels, handkerchiefs and foot towels) in order to reduce the use of chemicals and water consumption caused by washing.
- Policy to reduce the use of plastic by using reusable containers and refrain from using plastic drinking straws as well
- Policy to reduce electricity consumption By using environmentally friendly electrical equipment such as air conditioners with energy-saving labels. Use energy-saving lamps, etc.