Hi, I am Ping, a 43-year-old Laotian from Lahanam village purchased five Rai (8000 sqm) of rice fields in 2012 with the plan to develop a sustainable farm. Located in a rural rice farming area conveniently 300 m from the Savannakhet to Pakse road # 13.
First step of development was to build a family bungalow mid property and a 2m high wall around the entire plot.
A pond, Nursery, vegetable garden and fruit tree orchard are also being developed.
Two farm stay rooms are available with two more under construction. A camping area exists with toilet and shower facilities.
I am in need of help to make a website and promote my farm is anyone can help it would be very much appreciated.
Accommodation is provided. Food is not but we will support in purchasing at local market. Cooking facilities are available as are all crockery and utensils.
Please note that drugs are not tolerated at the Farmstay.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Help with Computers / internet
Staying in a rural smallholding meeting local people. Learn about Laotian culture and food.
Participation in local festivals and integrating into village daily lkfe
As well as developing the existing structure, progressive improvement and diversification is planned with support from family, friends and volunteers. We are planting Dragon fruit, Bananas, Papaya, Mangoes, lemons, limes, Tamarind, lemongrass, galangal, Garlic, Morning Glory, Bamboo, Guava, Jackfruit, Palms, etc. There is a further 25 rai(40,000 sqm) prepared for rice at present with a big lake to further develop.Near completion of new chicken and duck house,ongoing building of a further two rooms for volunteers ,near completion stage, restructure of existing irrigation system to accomodate new plantation
Laos, Thai, English
Camping and bungalows. A private room in the main house.
Stone House (Heuan Hinh)
A nearly 1000-year-old relic, believed to be one of the 121 rest houses constructed by Jayavarman VII, a king of old Khmer empire.
That Ponh Temple Complex
That Ponh is a temple complex is important to the locals. It is located on the way to the Stone House which was a northern outpost of the Khmer Empire. One temple still stands which is partly in ruins. The artwork is partly visible and it shows that this once was a magnificent outpost.
Inside you can see the main Buddha statue where people still pray. There is an annual festival held in the full moon night in April.
Songkorn Market Village
Closest village with two markets and shops. A focal point for the surrounding villages,as well as restaraunts ,pharmacy, atm's,
Located next to the property.
Lots of rice fields!
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, max 25 hours/week