Aunt Bass’s Garden

     Aunt Bass’s Garden began with Aunt Bass, the owner of the garden, being allergic to various chemicals. This prompted the idea to open a garden that grows vegetables and fruits free from harmful chemicals, suitable for self-consumption. The goal was to provide everyone with safe and toxin-free produce. Consequently, Aunt Bass opened an organic garden on a 4.8 hectare plot, transforming it into an organic agricultural tourism destination. The garden welcomes tourists to come and explore, offering an opportunity to learn about organic vegetable cultivation. It features locally sourced herbs, vegetables, and fruits, providing a diverse range of experiences for tourists. The offerings include various fruits such as durian, rambutan, longkong, and mangosteen, as well as organic vegetables like salad greens, green oak, red oak, Chinese kale, coriander, water spinach, and more. In addition to the agricultural aspect, the garden also serves local cuisine, inviting visitors to taste and learn about the culture of the Chong people.

Recommended activities
– Organic farming learning center
– Enjoying Chong cuisine
– Strolling through the garden
– Taking photos

Recommended menu
– Chong local cuisine
– Chinese kale or Chinese broccoli wrapped in a thin rice noodle sheet

Recommended products
– Chinese kale wrapped in a thin rice noodle sheet
– Fresh vegetables and fruits

Work hours : 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Travel month : Entire year

Owner : Sivaporn Iamjitkusol ( 085-2780529 )

Tourism safety standards : SHA