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Vineyards and Wine Tasting

Enjoy Khao Yai wine tastings and tours at some of the finest vineyards and orchards in South East Asia. Two of our favourite Khao Yai vineyards are GranMonte Estate and Alcidini Winery. Both are part of a larger regional wine-tasting trail.
The rolling mountainous terrain, bright sun and cool temperatures of the Khao Yai region make it ideal for growing grapes. Popular varieties include round purple cabernet sauvignon, green viognier and chenin blanc, thick blue shiraz and syrah, and waxy skinned muscat blue.


GranMonte Estate is located in the Asoke Valley, adjacent Khao Yai National Park, and is known for its brilliant yellow flowers. The Thai-owned vineyard opened in 1999 on a former cashew plantation, and regularly wins awards in handfuls. The name – Gran Monte or ‘Great Mountain’ – is also a tribute to the national park’s name.


The boutique Alcidini Winery draws its name from the native kingfisher bird – the brilliant blue Alcedo. It opened in 2001, on a beautiful stretch of hills which draw sun in the day and cool breezes at night. The vineyard is home to Thailand’s only Lyre trellising system, and also grows avocados.

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Explore the nature by our complimentary biking at InterContinental Khao Yai Resort
Rolling terrain, challenging inclines, fresh air and breathtaking landscape make Khao Yai a cycist’s dream location. An abundance of roads, paths and nature trails also make it accessible for riders of all skill levels. Feel the landscape unfold in this incomparable haven, surrounded by natural wonders.
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From train-themed art and works by recognised Thai masters, to Picassos and cathedral architecture – art in the Khao Yai region has a great deal to offer. Pop-up gallery events, local craft projects and our guided tours just make it all the sweeter.
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Khao Yai is one of the most fertile regions in South East Asia. The region is ripe with organic farms, rolling vineyards and shady orchards with rare and exotic fresh fruit.