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I made the trip when there were little migratory birds, and the water lilies & lotuses were not in full bloom.
When the timing is right, this lake must indeed be quite amazing, especially at sunrise or sunset.
I skirted around some part of the...More
Bung Boraphet is a large lake in Nakhon Sawan Province. Unfortunately, though, there is nothing more than water to see. While it is free to park at the edge of the water near the Tourist Center (on Route 225), there is not much to see...More
"Tourist Attraction" indicated on big panels on the highway. We paid 480 Bhat for 2 adults and our driver. And then—big disappointment: nobody speaks english, no written information about the birds nesting on the lake in english, no glasses available (though promised on the towers)....More
Birds, birds, birds... A lot of them. It is impressing, but when no-one can tell you about them, and the driver just - eh, drive - it is probably not very much you can got out of it.
But a lot of birds, yes.
This is a rather special place. A boat trip across this lake enabled us to witness some amazing things. Water lilies and lotus flowers as well as other delightful plants, grow in profusion. The lake is surrounded by islands with trees and other bushes which...More
239 in Thai means few steps. This is the distant from Bangkok to Nakhon Sawan a gateway city to Northern Thailand. The city is very lively during Chinese New Year with Dragon show and big parade. The city is also where the great Chao Phraya...More
I drove down to Bung Boraphet from Chiangmai with the sole purpose of birding. I arranged for a boat to take me out early morning along the waterways of the lake. The price was very reasonable and the boatman was very knowledgeable about the bird...More