Ban Na Loam Farm

Ban Na Loam is our “flagship” farm and was chosen for its strategic location for both growing conditions and crop distribution.

The farm offers inspection trips for investors and boasts 4 luxury on-site bungalows set in a beautiful and natural location. Investors will be given the opportunity to meet our team and gain a valuable insight into aquaponic farming.

As part of Midas’s commitment to The United Nations Global Compact Organisation an on-site education and training centre has been opened. The education and training centre allows local schools, farmers and members of the local community the opportunity to visit the farm for a day and learn about environmental protection by using modern day farming techniques. The centre also acts as a training centre for our staff.

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Doi Saket, Chiang Mai, Thailand

18.8292776,99.1494063

32 Rai (12.65 acres/51,193 sq metres)

25 Year Leasehold

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4 Visitor Bungalows
Education Centre

Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous Northern Thailand that dates back to the 1200s. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious centre. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.

Elevation: 310 m
Area: 40.22 km²
Local time: GMT +7
Population: 1,547,000
Province: Chiang Mai Province

The climate of Chiang Mai and northern Thailand is influenced by the monsoons, which creates three distinct seasons.

Cool Season: (from late October until middle of February). The northeast monsoon brings cool dry air from China. Average temperatures are around 21°C and cooler at night. The coldest months are December and January.
Hot Season: (middle of February to end of May). This is the transition period between the monsoons. Average temperature is around 29.9°C. The hottest month is April.
Rainy Season: (from early June to end of October). The southwest monsoon brings warm moist air from the Indian Ocean. Average temperature is around 25.5°C. The wettest month is usually September.

Doi Saket is located in the region of Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand. Doi Saket is a district in the eastern part of Chiang Mai having its borders with the provinces of Chiang Rai and Lampang.  The district is predominantly a rural farming area, containing a mixture of rice fields on the valley floor to orchard and other farming on the hillsides. The city boasts a large and vibrant produce market.
The village of Doi Saket is a typical Thai village with the character of a district town that is overlooked by the beautiful temple and is famous with tourists for its beautiful, modern-style wall murals inside Wat Doi Saket.