Our JP’s Cafe on site serves up healthy twists on traditional Thai food, with an occasional more indulging treat. You can expect dishes such as Pad Thai, green curry, stir-fry, sweet and sour cashew chicken or tofu, sticky rice, fruit plates, fried egg, and salads. We usually serve several different dishes, so there’s always something you’ll like. We cater to all needs, so please don’t worry about not getting enough or not liking the food we serve. Just let us know what you love and detest and your meals will be on point.
Following a bit more special diet?
Vegetarian, raw vegan or anything in between? No worries, they will make sure you won’t be hungry or wonder “where do I get my protein?” at any moment! Half of the staff eats plant-based or vegetarian, and they know what an active person needs to perform. Both physically and mentally: Thai cuisine understands that food nurtures the body and the soul.
Please let JP’s know if you have any dietary requirements or requests and these will be catered for! Any allergies or preferences? Favourite fruits? Like it extra spicy, or not spicy at all? Do tell us! Thai people are total foodies and feeders, food is basically our second religion after Buddhism. So we love to cook you meals that will get your dopamine flowing. You happy, we happy!
Staying with us?
The following meals are included:
The following drinks are included:
The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:
- Standard diet
- Raw food
- Lactose free
- Whole food
- Lacto-ovo vegetarian
- Any other dietary requirements
Want more food?
Are you the kind of person that could eat all day? No worries, we got you covered! You can order food and special drinks like bubble tea or even Starbucks throughout the day on delivery services like FoodPanda or Grab, and they will deliver to our camp. Prices vary from 30 to 300 baht for a meal, depending on how fancy you want it. Ask us for the best dishes and restaurants, we’ve got enough inside information about it by now…
Crave a proper coffee? Located directly next to the camp is Diary Coffee. Ask for the less sweet frappe with an extra shot of espresso and you’ll feel like a new person.
In the street next to the camp there are loads of little restaurants and food stalls. In just a few hundred meters you’ll find papaya salad, fried food, waffles, pizza, bubble tea and more coffee places, deep fried insects, freshly cut fruit, and after a 10 minute walk you will end up at the epicentre of snacks: 7-eleven. Walk 50 meters extra and you’ll find the best mango sticky rice in town for only 50 baht.