Route tour

Route A

  • 8.45 - Depart from Surasummanakhan
  • 10.30 - Agrotourism at DAIRY FARMING PROMOTION ORGANIZATION OF THAILAND (D.P.O.)
  • 12.00 - lunch
  • 13.30 - Plant Genetic Conservation Project Under The Royal initiative of Her Royal Highness MaHa Chakri Sirindhorn
  • 16.30 - Return to Surasummanakhan

  • Route B

  • 8.45 - Depart from Surasummanakhan
  • 9.30 - CPF (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd. (Slaughter of poultry, cutting, storage of poultry meat, production of finished products from poultry)
  • 12.00 - lunch
  • 14.30 - Phimai Historical Park
  • 16.30 - Return to Surasummanakhan



  • DAIRY FARMING PROMOTION ORGANIZATION OF THAILAND (D.P.O.)



    Plant Genetic Conservation Project under the Royal initiative of Her Royal Highness MaHa Chakri Sirindhorn

    Since 1961, His Majesty the King conserved Dipterocarpus alatus Roxb. and had created a demonstration forest which collected various plants varieties from every regions of the country. This resource was for the student studying within Chitralada Palace ground. In 1985, H.M. the King had ordered to conservation of the jackfruit in the Grand Palace. The Royal Chitralada Projects began to conservation of unique characteristic plant in vitro. In 1988, in the Royal Development Study Center, conservation and propagation of rattans (Calamus sp.) and experiments on rattans planting was begun. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn had a Royal initiation to the Lord Chamberlain to conserve plant genetic in 1992. Plant Germplasm was established in 1993 at the Royal Chitralada Projects and plant genetic conservation activities were started.



    CPF (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd.

    Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (“CPF”) is one of the world’s leading listed agro-industrial and food conglomerates, which operates vertically integrated business. The Company operates in 16 countries, exports products from Thailand to over 30 countries, covering over 4 billion population around the world. The Company operates in both the livestock (swine, broilers, layers, and ducks) and aquaculture (shrimp and fish) businesses. The vertically integrated businesses incorporate the manufacturing of animal feed, animal breeding and animal farming; meat processing, the manufacturing of semi-cooked meat and fully cooked meat; food products and ready meal products, as well as the meat and food retailer and restaurant businesses.



    Phimai Historical Park

    Phimai historical park is the largest of all Khmer temples in Thailand, the rectangular complex measures over 1,000 meters long by almost 600 meters wide. It contains some of the finest examples of Khmer architecture in Thailand. What makes this temple unique is that is constructed as a Buddhist temple, even though the Khmer who built it were Hindu. Phimai, which is officially named Prasat Hin Phimai was built during the 11th and 12th century, during which time the area was part of the Khmer empire. It was constructed on the end of the ancient highway connecting it with Angkor (present day Siem Reap), with other Khmer temples like Muang Tum and Phanom Rung in between. Judging from the style of the temple, which resembles Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and the size of the complex, Phimai must have been an important temple in its days. Where usually Khmer temples face East, Phimai is oriented towards the South East, in the direction of Angkor in Cambodia.