Mr. Rungroj Assawakultharin the Head of Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park has commented on the reopening of the Bua Baan Nature Park. The park covers an area of over 1,000 rai has reopened after renovations to repair the bridge used to walk the route. The park opened on December.
During New Year the park would be invite local people to pole the boat for tourists to see the lotus ponds in bloom, as well as natural vegetation and feeding migratory and resident birds. Fifteen villagers who have already attended a meeting to put in place safety measures, including the use of life jackets which must be used on all boats. They also need to collect fares which are reasonable according to the length of the trip. Boat trips commence from the Nature Centre.
It is now confirmed that the water level in the lotus pond has an average depth of 1.40 metres, now that the drought has ended and with beautiful weather in the late rainy season and the begin of the winter season, many lotus plants are starting to recover. Tourists are soon expected to come on vacation, “said Rungroj’; all tourists must pay a visitation fee at a fixed rate.