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October 27, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

The Lanjia, or ‘peaceful’ in Hmong language, is an eco-friendly community-based lodge nestled high on a hill in Chiang Rai Province, northern Thailand. It offers tour packages that combine hill tribe experience with cultural and adventure tours such as hiking, Hmong batik class, nature walk and the Golden Triangle tour. Contributions from your stay will be used on community projects that will improve the local hill tribe people’s living conditions.

Responsibility

The Lanjia Lodge has developed the recycling programme by installing recycling bins throughout the hill tribe villages around Lanjia lodge and Lisu lodge.

Business Case

The Lanjia Lodge developed the “Kru Su Doi” project with the Himmapaan Foundation to raise fund for the salary of a school teacher at Kop Kup Lahu village, Chiang Mai. The project helps children ages between 2-7 years old to have access to education. Before the project began, the children had to trek for hours from their hill tribe village to go to school, which is located on the foothill.

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The Lanjia, or ‘peaceful’ in Hmong language, is an eco-friendly community-based lodge nestled high on a hill in Chiang Rai Province, northern Thailand. It offers tour packages that combine hill tribe experience with cultural and adventure tours such as hiking, Hmong batik class, nature walk and the Golden Triangle tour. Contributions from your stay will be used on community projects that will improve the local hill tribe people’s living conditions.

The Lanjia Lodge has developed the recycling programme by installing recycling bins throughout the hill tribe villages around Lanjia lodge and Lisu lodge.

The Lanjia Lodge developed the “Kru Su Doi” project with the Himmapaan Foundation to raise fund for the salary of a school teacher at Kop Kup Lahu village, Chiang Mai. The project helps children ages between 2-7 years old to have access to education. Before the project began, the children had to trek for hours from their hill tribe village to go to school, which is located on the foothill.

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