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Bhumirak Dhamachart Centre is the royal land of His Majesty King Bhumibol that was established by the Chaipattana Foundation and Vajiravudh College Alumni Association under the Royal Patronage. It is behind Khun Dan Prakanchon Dam, Ban Thadan, Hin Tang sub-district. The royal permission was granted to use a portion land measuring 14-2-18 rai to be developed for further use. The Natural Resource Management Exhibition Centre Project initiated to display His Majesty King Bhumibol’s self-development concept and theory. The exhibition area comprises an exhibition building to welcome tourists, a conference building, shops, outdoor activity demonstration plots, Monkey’s Cheek (Kaem Ling) theory demonstration plots, vetiver glass plantation plots, the New Theory plot, and energy demonstration locations at the outdoor theatre, or the light and sound museum, which also exhibits key royally-initiated projects.  The management idea is divided into four major parts: soil management, water management, forest management, and human management. Apart from those exhibitions, tourists can also learn about soil, vetiver grass, artificial rain, Chaipattana aerator, Bueng Makkasan waste water treatment, the new theory, the Royal Development Study Centre, the philosophy of sufficiency economy, terrace gardening for people living in cities or in high-rise buildings, household liquids production through the “Khon Mi Namya Project” (Soluble Gang), “Nam Daet Diao” production, Hom Din method, and a northern visit model using a bamboo house and bamboo slider for children.

For those interested in the course, there are the shortest lessons available for half a day, a day, and 5 days-4 nights’ lessons. The Bhumirak Dhamachart Centre is open for participants to save household expenditures, apply the local wisdom to be included in the course leading to the utilization of utmost natural resources, and sustainable self-reliance. The lessons available are earth house courses, Art DIY, paddy rice growing, rice husking, etc.

For more information, contact at 98/1 Mu 2, Ban Thadan, Mueang district, Nakhon Nayok province, 26000, or call 0917073073, 037384049, or Fax. 037384049.



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