Not surprisingly, people are at their happiest when they are in nice surroundings with good food to eat. Happy people tend to make those around them happy, too. When an entire community is happy because they live in a nice place where they eat good food and are surrounded by good neighbors and people they love, it’s easy to see how that happiness can be contagious.
At Rai Kong Khing, the people in the community live together happily. They define “happiness” as “inner contentment,” discovered by living in harmony with nature. The people here grow organic vegetables and herbs at home for cooking and also make them into usable products. They dance, beat the traditional ‘sabatchai’ drums and make tasty desserts that add to the overall feeling of peace, tranquility, and contentment.
We will take you to experience their happiness and physical contentment as you learn all about physical health and mental happiness from the northern Lanna culture. Most of all, you will learn about happiness through experiencing the way of life of these people.