Initially, Fluffy Bunny wanted to bring me out for breakfast but sadly it wasn’t open yet. Thus we made our way towards Farm Chokchai for their morning farm tour at 10 am. If you’re driving there, be warned that the car park is very far from the main ticketing entrance. You’ll be passing by their restaurant, their gifts shops which you might think you’ve reached, but actually no.
We were early thus had to wait at the waiting area before we were ushered into an air-conditioned room where we were made to watch an introductory video. After we’re done, we were ushered to the next station where they introduced us to their bull. Explaining to us how they carefully chose their cows and bulls for their breeding program.
Next up, we’re ushered into the next station where they showed us their ice cream factory. Got a small cup of ice cream to sample which I personally didn’t think there’s any wow factor to it. After which, we’re on to the next station on milking the cow. As I’ve always wanted to try milking a cow, I volunteered when they asked who would want to try.
After which we took a ride on a carriage pulled by a tractor for a ride around the farm before we were on a short 30 minutes of free and easy. There are a few mini-games for you to play and win prizes and a small little ATV track. But of course, all these require you to pay extra if you would want to play.
Next is a short cowboy show where they showed us some tricks before asking for volunteers. Of course, I volunteered again. Hey, nobody knows me there and I have no idea where I got the courage to do so. It’s fun and quite a nice experience I would say.
After the cowboy show, it’s the end of the farm tour where we got to ride on the carriage again to the main entrance of the farm.
We headed towards Dairy Home which is a few kilometres down from Farm Chokchai for lunch. Fluffy Bunny said this place is famous for their steaks and homemade ice cream. And my eyes lit up when she mentioned steak.
We ordered two different cuts of steaks. Got ourselves each a cup of ice cream that comes with two flavours. With every ice cream purchase, you may bring home the cup. Bring the used cup to the counter to exchange for a new one where you get to choose other designs.
The steaks were cooked to our preference. They are tender and chewy. Taste-wise all I can say was yummy. I love the area too with some dogs that are friendly towards humans. They love the attention given and would ask for more. Which will literally make your heart melt.
We headed to Primo Piazza next.
We headed to Primo Piazza next. We paid THB200 each for the entrance. Which we get tickets to feed the animals at their feeding area. Use the tickets given to exchange for some feeding grass and you get to feed the hungry alpacas and goats. Do note that the animals will come together at once, some may try to snatch from your hands.
Primo Piazza is just another Instagram worthy place. Nothing much in my opinions. No shop and it’s practically empty. You’re there paying the entrance fee for less than an hour to feed the animals. Maybe you can be there for an hour at least for photo taking session which is not our style of travelling thus we left after taking a rest at the cafe which was open that day.
The Chocolate Factory
We headed to the Chocolate Factory which was nearby for a tea break. We ordered some drinks and a white chocolate lava cake. Their cafe is a great place to relax and have an afternoon tea/coffee. I would say, the service given was good too.
Pak Chong Night Bazaar
After relaxing at The Chocolate Factory, we headed towards Pak Chong Night Bazaar. I am not disappointed.
It’s more than just-food. You get to shop for accessories, clothes, phone accessories etc. However, we didn’t get ourselves anything there except some street food for dinner. We didn’t stay as long as we hope to return back to our accommodation before the sunset.
Although we left early, before we could reach our accommodation, the sun starts to set. Managed to see a nice sunset along the way. However, it became dark when we’re nearing our accommodation. Their street lights aren’t a lot compared to Singapore’s. Thus we had to navigate in the dark with only the car’s headlight. It’s quite scary, but the experience was a little fun.