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[ Pictures of Farm Chokchai ] If you were lucky enough, you may remember that as a kid your parents, or more likely your school, would take you on a day trip to a farm. These fun trips away from school were for you to see what all the animals look like in real life, and to learn things like how milk is made and what nature is all about? Well that, aside from the serious and highly successful industrial side of its business, is what Farm Chokchai is.

It is run by one of the largest producers of milk in Thailand and while it might appeal to expats with children living in Thailand it is much more of a Thai tourist attraction.

Some tour groups will try to persuade you to stop off on the way to or from Khao Yai or Nakorn Racthasima and we would not discourage you from doing so, only for different reasons than these agents are trying to sell.

You see, in our eyes, Farm Chokchai is not really worth doing the tour if you are just visiting Thailand. There is very little documentation in English, and if you were hoping for Chinese, Korean or Japanese documentary then think again.

No, why we suggest that you do stop at Farm Chokchai on the way to or from Khao Yai or Nakorn Rachasima is for the steak. You do not need to buy a tour to be able to enjoy their excellent steaks which are fresh from the farm and reasonably priced compared to some of the steak houses in the city.

So, unless you live in Thailand and want to have a fun educational day out with your children, then really the only reason we can see to stop off there is for a very good steak. Bon apetit.

See: Pictures of Farm Chokchai

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