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mcneely2015 wrote a review Feb 2017
Hua Hin, Thailand267 contributions86 helpful votes
Located in an Army Camp, the Princess Sirindhorn International Environmental Center provides an excellent introduction to Thailand's innovative approaches to environmental management. Different parts of the complex cover nature conservation, climate change, pollution, sustainable use, recycling, energy efficiency, and other aspects of environmental management. It also has meeting rooms and is well designed for conferences (one of which I attended). This is an excellent part of the nationwide network of environmental centers development by HRH Princess Sirindhorn, and we look forward to visiting even more of them. …
Date of experience: January 2017
Mekong164 wrote a review Sep 2016
Bangkok, Thailand322 contributions58 helpful votes
Nothing special. You must be desperate with nothing else to do ... It's just ok, not the best mangroves neither. Waste of time.
Date of experience: September 2016
JamHam wrote a review Aug 2016
Olathe, Kansas687 contributions223 helpful votes
Very interesting park presented by the Princess Sirindhorn to educate on the eco system of mangrove wetlands near the sea. Walk the wooden walkway and bridges and see the various types of mangrove and the flora as well as some of the small animals that inhabit it. Take time to read the tasteful signs along the way which are in Thai and English. This like all done by the royal family are 1st class!…
Date of experience: August 2016
Piyada M wrote a review Jun 2016
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Good activity for family. Unlike anywhere. Very 'Green' and unique place. Little bit far from central Hua Hin but it is worth for 45 mins driving time.
Date of experience: May 2016
Henk B wrote a review Feb 2016
Hua Hin, Thailand38 contributions14 helpful votes
Located next to Mrigadayavan Palace a big reclamation is taking place... nice walk ways through the growing mangroves offers a really nice outing.
Date of experience: July 2015