– Facebook: Pun Pun Organic Farm

– E-mails: For inquiries in English, contact

For inquiries in Thai, contact

– Phone: 081-470-1461 (from within Thailand) and +66-81-470-1461 (from abroad)

– Our GPS coordinates are: N 19.21520, E 099.01212

– Our mailing address:

Pun Pun
Mai Tang
PO Box 5
Chiang Mai, 50150

 Public transportation from Chiang Mai:

Go to Chang Peuk bus station (on the north side of town just north of the north gate of the old city) and across the street from the big white elephant sculptures in front there are white song tows (pick-up trucks that have two rows of seats in the back).  The white ones go to Mae Taeng and that’s what you want.  Hop onto one of those (they leave every 15 minutes or so) and sit back.  You will stay on here for at least an hour.

You will get off at the last stop which is a stoplight with a turn to the right and a large bright orange building on your left.  Pay the song tow driver 26 baht when you get off.

Then flag down a motorcycle taxi which is a motorcycle with a side cart on it to take you the rest of the way.  These guys will know you are going to our area most likely but you should tell them Pun Pun.  This next drive goes through villages for another half hour or so and will cost around 150 baht/person.  They will either take you all the way to the farm or to the turn off in the village where you can walk the extra 200 m to the farm.

When you get off you can tell the motorcycle taxi driver to wait for you if you’re just doing a quick visit or come back to pick you up at a specified time if you will be leaving the same day.  You should arrange the pick-up no later than 3pm to make sure you can get back to the road and catch a songtow before they finish for the day.

If you were let off at the road in the village you will walk on the dirt road through the rice fields and over a canal and then come to a T junction just across the canal.  Here take a right and follow the path to the left.  You are now at Pun Pun and if you continue you will see our coffee shop and communal kitchen and eating area.  You can visit the coffee shop for a map to look around or if you are coming to volunteer or for a course, you can check in or contact someone at the coffee shop.

If you have any problems please give us a call at 081-470-1461.

If you are driving your own vehicle:

To find us on Googlemaps, enter Pun Pun Organic Farm สวนพันพรรณ Po.5, Ban Pao, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.  If you’re not using a device or want some written directions as well, here’s how to get here.

Some people seem to find us with no problems and others come complaining of it taking them forever to get here.  If you’re not feeling adventurous, it’s good to print out these directions as we are a good 17 km off of the main road past many villages and with several turns to get here.

A project in our village has posted signs to get to the village at main turns.  I would not rely on these completely but they will help you to know you’re in the right place.  These signs are brown and white and say something like “Adobe House Mae Jo” with arrows.

We are located in Mae Taeng District, around 50 km outside Chiang Mai to the north. Take the Chiang Mai- Fang road north out of Chiang Mai. You will pass Mae Rim, then Mae Malai.  After Mae Malai you will pass Mae Taeng. After passing Mae Taeng continue and the road will head uphill and turn to your left.  Here look for a sign that says, “Mae Ngut Dam”.

The first stop light after Mae Taeng will be a “T” with only a turn to the right.  This is the turn to Mae Ngut Dam.  At this stop light turn right.  You will go straight and then up a hill and pass the Mae Taeng Hospital.  Continue to follow this road down the hill, over the bridge over the river.  You will eventually see a 7=11 convenience store on your left.

Turn left on the first left turn after the 7=11.  This road will follow a canal and wind through rice fields and villages.  When you come to a “Y” with a big royal sign steer left.  This road goes along the canal to your left.  Continue straight through the intersection at the Pajee market (the market is early mornings and afternoons).  You are now in Pajee village.  Continue straight until you see Pajee temple on your left.  Just across from the temple is a large tree and a turn to the right.  Turn right here.

You will immediately go over a large bridge over  the Mae Namping River.  Continue on this road around 0.5 km until you reach a “T” where you have to turn.  There will be a large golden stupa at this temple.  Turn left here.  Follow this road around another 2 km until you reach your last turn ( I promise!).  You will see on the left side of the road a yellow “T” sign turn.  Slow down here and look for your next right turn.  This is the only turn that is less obvious so you have to keep an eye out for it.  At the turn there is a sign with colored stones at the base, and it used to be an old school yard which now just looks like a large field.  There is an “Adobe House Mae Jo” sign here too before the turn.

Follow the road and after another 2 km you see a large purple roof on your left.  Then you’re in our village Ban Mae Jo.  You Made It!   Just down the road you will see a turn to the right with a sign that says “Pun Pun”.  This is the dirt road that leads to the farm.  If it is dry season most cars can make it fine but it is bumpy and has a hill or two.  If you’re worried you won’t make it or have a sedan and are coming in the rainy season we recommend you park and walk the rest of the way. 

The adventure is over!  You have found us!  Walk up the hill a bit and you’ll find the coffee shop and communal kitchen and eating area.  If you’re here for a course or as a volunteer, go and check-in at the coffeeshop.  If you just want to look around, we have self-guided maps available in the coffee shop you can borrow to lead yourself around.

If you feel lost anywhere along the way just ask villagers to get to “Ban Mae Jo”. Only do this once you are past Mae Taeng, however, because if you ask people in Chiang Mai they will send you to Mae Jo suburb of Chiang Mai and this is not the same place. Our Ban Mae Jo is a small village that folks will only know about if they are from that area.

Also feel free to call us if you have any problems at 081.470.1461.