Our tree house are build specially with children in mind. Thai Panacea will welcome many people including many children, so to keep them entertain, we are building a tree house and playground with natural materials that we found on the land. We also make sure we do not hurt or harm the tree, so special care and design had been put in for a very special tree house with playground. Building them is a learning journey for us and we want to sy "what a fun journey!”
Suangsan is an amazing individual who left her corporate life at the renowned Louis Vuitton to build a farm by hand. A few weeks ago, she gave us a live-streamed tour of her land in Thailand. Did you manage to catch it?
A fun fact we learned is that her electricity bill is just about SGD 9 a month, thanks to:
- a composting setup that provides hot water - mud bricks that keep the buildings cool - and cow dung that is used to create gas for cooking on a stove.
This was just a tiny fraction of what we learned about living on a farm. Be sure to watch the full live session here:
If you would like to learn how to live a sustainable life, get in touch with San, she has a community of volunteers who help out at the farm and learn from one another.
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