Water birds in Songkhla Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide Water Birds in Songkhla

Water birds in Songkhla Thailand Travel GuideBird watchers will be delighted to know that Ao Tha Yang, in Songkhla’s Kuan Niang District, is now protected by Ao Tha Yang Forest Conservation Unit. The unspoiled peat swamp forest surrounding Songkhla Lake attracts a large number of migrating birds from November to January every year. The Forest Unit says that visitors can now take boat trips on the lake or walk along the nature trails. For details, call Tourism Authority of Thailand Southern Region Office 1 at (074) 231 055 or (074) 238 518.


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Lotus viewing at Sam Roi Yot Park Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand Travel Guide

Lotus viewing at Sam Roi Yot Park Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand Travel GuideVisitors can now take a boat ride to see the lotus in bloom on the large freshwater pond at Bung Bua Study Centre, in Sam Roi Yot National Park. The lotus pond is located two kilometres from the coastal area of Sam Roi Yot and is surrounded by lush forest and many bird species. Overnight accommodation is available at the park’s bungalows and campsites. For details, call (032) 603571.

Music in Ayutthaya Thailand Travel Guide

Music in Ayutthaya Thailand Travel Guide“Melodious Music at The Ancient City” offers a perfect symphony of musical excellence amid the magnificent ancient ruins of Ayutthaya. The special concerts by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will take place on December 11 and 12 from 5 to 9pm at Wat Chaiwattanaram and will feature ancient Thai classics and popular folk songs arranged in a contemporary symphonic sound, and conducted by renowned composer Danu Hantrakul. The guest artist is look thung singer Surachai Sombatcharoen. The programme brings together the musical compositions of several of Thailand’s famous composers and songwriters. Part of the proceeds from the evening will be donated to the Royal Project Foundation under Royal Patronage. Tickets cost Bt2,500, Bt2,000 and Bt1,500 and are available from Counter Service, Sea Tours and participating hotels. For details, call (02) 280-5040/1 Ext 314/317.

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