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A small Thai craft village made up of a number of individual craft shops selling wooden crafts handmade in the local village, at prices lower than you will find in any retail shops. Buy direct from a number of small factories together in one craft...more
Hours Today: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
8/2 Leabklongchonpathan Road | Yu Wa, San Pa Tong 50120, Thailand
it was a half day trip and I visited this place with my girl. This has a museum and a wood carving workshop too. You can also meditate and can roam around. This is located in the countryside and near to Sanpatong city. The nearest...More
Really loved being at Kad Sala and volunteering for the past ten days. Surrounded by nature and the beauty of northern Thailand, this is a must-visit place for people who want to see the real Thai way of life. You can visit the wood carving...More
It's a wood carving village and they also support the local students by teaching them English, here at Kad Sala you can experience the real northern thai culture. They have treated us very well from the very begging. They have a wonderful space and beautiful...More
I really enjoyed my stay at Kad Sala as a volunteer. The village boasts a lot of character; wooden bungalows for guests if you would like to stay overnight, wood carving stores in the front and a nice yoga area. The staff are very sweet...More
We had an amazing week in Kad Sala. The place is just stunning.. if you want to relax and be away of the crowdy city.. that's the place to be. You can rent a bike and explore around. The main road is pretty close and...More
Kad Sala is a super cool place to visit. The grounds are very big with so much to explore (museums, artwork, buildings, outdoor spaces), and the vibe is very relaxing and peaceful. A great place to visit for the day or stay for a few...More
We heard of this place from some locals and getting here was not that easy but it was definitely worth it. The people here were so welcoming and we felt like being in the ancient Thailand. It was once in a lifetime experience and I...More
When i found this local Thai craft village, I was really impressed and I really felt like i had discovered a local secret...
Much less touristy than Ban Tawai, this is like Chiang Mais own factory outlet for Thai wood craft...each of the local producers...More
Was so disappointed by Ban Tawai that we drove around and found this place. It is listed on Google Maps under a Thai name, and hopefully a few westerners will now know about it. There are a lot of workrooms and shops selling genuinely hand...More