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The Center of ecotourism is in a very poor condition. The surroundings are packed with rubbish and the walkway is closed.
We were disappointed and hope that this place gets fixed, so it can shine again.
After visiting other attractions around we decided to visit this one but it is closed due to the need for renovations in the place. No renovation is planned for the moment so please inform before going to the place.
This mangrove forrest is a pleasure to visit. Even though the wooden walkways might be a little old and in need of repair, you can have a great walk here. I recommend taking your time and look for the birds. I have seen many species...More
Hidden place in Cholburi where you can walk around wooden walkways throughout the mangrove forests. Official name of this place is "Center of Expertise on Eco-tourism for Mangrove Conservation". Perfect time to be there is about after 4pm until 6.30pm. (Leave there before 7pm as...More
What a fantastic little oasis to spend a couple of hours in relative solitude. Like many sites around Chon Buri city there are no signs in English, but you don’t need them and can enjoy a leisurely 1.5 or 2 hour walk out...More
This facility is free to everyone. It has a the longest pathway in the mangrove forest, about 2.3 km. The beginning of the pathway had no shade and you may need an umbrella or a hat and a pair of sunglasses if you visit the...More
I'd never seen a mangrove forest / swamp before, so it was interesting. The area has a 2 kilometer elevated walkway, so you get a good view of a muddy and somewhat diverse natural area without being down in it. The mudskippers were the most...More
This is near the place we live. The ambiance is good. But it is recommended to visit during high tide. There is an elevated wooden platform to walk around and is a good to have a afternoon walk (but to be careful of some broken...More
I love this place and live nearby. It untouched (mostly) mangrove forest. It is boardwalk thru the forest out to the water.
Low tide is the best time to see the real walk out of water Mangrove Mud Skipper fish.
The circles in the mud...More
An interesting place to visit when you are at Ang Sila, Chonburi, This is the Center for Ecotourism and conservation of mangrove. The have good silted walkway.. all the way above the mangrove towards the sea/ You will get to see sea creative and it...More