Baan Hom Samunphrai A Herbal Health Centre & School
Baan Hom Samunphrai
93/2a Moo 12
Chiang Mai 50140,
(Temporarily suspended for Covid Period.)
Baan Hom Samunphrai is an ideal location for groups up to 15 who want to work with their own leaders or teachers. Although we are located in a rural area and are surrounded by beautiful countryside, we don't pretend to be a mountain retreat --we're just 9 kms from the centre of a bustling Asiatic city, after all. Of course we appeal to groups that work best in quiet, natural and harmonious surroundings, but our sort of people also know they need real life to keep them whole. So if you choose us you will probably also want to explore the Night Bazaar, ride an elephant, or climb up through the jungle to visit Chiang Mai's holiest temple on Doi Suthep mountain.
Despite our simplicity, we are
well-equipped to handle Confer- We also welcome yoga,
self-development, and special interest groups.
We offer simple wooden farmhouses, comfortable bedrooms with overhead fans, screened work spaces, and three hralthy meals with tea, coffee, snacks and unstinting attention from our staff, all for from 1600 baht (+/-$37.00) per person per day for a private single or double room with a shared toilet and shower. We have 4 rooms with private bathrooms attached for which we charge 100 baht ($3.00) extra per person per day.
Transportation, steam baths, and massages are not included, but we are very pleased to quote special package arrangements, and many groups include daily transportation to the city, steam baths and treatments in their budget. We can provide full seminar facilities for up to 15 at modular tables (see above) and can arrange just about any other type of work space for meeting together or doing things. Wifi is free everywhere, and we can also provide copy facilities along with flip charts and white boards. Meals can be buffet, barbecued, served at the table, or even on mats. More than half the dishes on our table are vegetarian, and we do our very best to accommodate special diets.
In the following photos (top left to right) we are feeding a large Taiwanese Group studying Hakomi in Mandarin, an informal group visiting from the Thai Ministry of Public Health, another from the Ministry of Education, a group of professional students from Portland, Oregon, and another led by Maika Endo (hand raised) on the last night of her first 'Chiang Mai Wellness Pilgrimage.' In the last photo Homprang is preparing the table for a French group participating in Christian Barou's third 'Sèjour de Bien Etre.' (The photo most like our everyday-table is the one with the students from Portland, Oregon -- there are just 10 in this group, and it's lunch so there are mats instead of a table cloths.)