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  • Address: Bung Boraphet, Mueang, Nakhon Sawan, Central Thailand 60000, Thailand
Bung Boraphet is the largest freshwater swamp in Thailand, covering an area of more than 200 square kilometers. The site is home to a large number of sea flowers, along with unique fish and birdlife, including the tiger perch and the incredibly rare white-eyed river martin. From November through March, a huge number of waterfowl migrate to Bung Boraphet, and indeed, one of the main draws is birdwatching. Other popular spots and activities include a crocodile farm, boat rides on the lake, and an extensive aquarium.

Some parts of Bung Boraphet have been designated as no­-hunting areas by the Wildlife Conservation Division, and in 2000, the site was declared a wetland of international importance by the Thai government.

Practical Info

Bung Boraphet is located approximately 20 kilometers from Nakhon Sawan and can be accessed by either car or boat.

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3-Day Discover Central Thailand Tour From Bangkok, Bangkok, null

3-Day Discover Central Thailand Tour From Bangkok

Leaving Bangkok behind you, the next 3 days will be spent exploring the diverse lifestyles and culture of Thailand's spectacular central region. With 2 night’s ...  Read more

Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 3 days (approx.)

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