Horticulture: To support the beautifully landscaped Mae Fah Luang Garden, and its profusion of flowers, Doi Tung villagers who once practiced traditional agriculture, were trained to cultivate flowering and decorative plants. The Doi Tung Development Project also established a tissue culture laboratory to propagate commercial plants and to preserve rare plants and return them to
Café DoiTung: There are now over 20 Café Doi Tung branches around the country. At Café DoiTung you will enjoy not only a comfortable and warm ambiance with aromatic DoiTung brewed coffee, but also the true meaning of your socially responsible lifestyle.
Coffee and Macadamia Products: With increased skills training, farmers who once grew opium and low-yielding maize and mountain rice have now become highly skilled macadamia and coffee growers. The Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) has certified DoiTung green beans as premium quality, and DoiTung coffee also received Geographical Indication (GI) certification by the Department
Handcrafted products: Embroidery and weaving have always been the traditional home-making skills of the women of the ethnic hill tribes. These indigenous skills have been enhanced by intermediate technology, training, and a more cosmopolitan design while still drawing inspiration from nature and the ways of life and traditions of the Doi Tung villagers. The DoiTung
Doi Tung Royal Villa, Chiang Rai province, was the former residence of HRH Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother. This was also the base for her work with the Doi Tung Development Project, which she founded to reforest the land and helped to improve the lives of the local ethnic minorities who had previously relied on slash and burn farming, opium poppy cultivation and the drugs trade.