Gumpong Nai Dong Prue (Darul Ibada Community Enterprise)

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Gumpong Nai Dong Prue, is the nickname of the ‘Darul Ibada Community Enterprise’. Gumpong is Malay language which means island or village in the water, while Prue refers to the name of the tree that is found in the area. Here, locals in the Muslim community in Thung Khru area still makes a living from agricultural activities such as harvesting coconuts and Bang Mod oranges as well as farming goats and fish. Moreover, they also generate income from tourism activities such as boat tours that take visitors to see the way of agricultural life of Muslim farmers.

MICE Activities

  • Learn about the way of agricultural life of Muslim farmers in Thung Khru area
  • Learn how to raise goats in barns and how to process goat’s milk
  • Learn how to make rolled wafer from goat’s milk
  • Learn about the rare art of growing Bang Mod orange
  • Join a boat tour to see the way of life by the canal
  • Weave fish mobiles and hats from the prue leaf

MICE Checklists

  • Fits 60 pax
  • Suitable for I
  • Meetings can be held at the multipurpose pavilion

Nearby Attractions

  • Poomjai Garden
  • Wat Phutthabucha
  • Central Plaza Rama II

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