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Very nice walk through the mangrove forest. We did not see any animals except for some monkeys that didn't bother us. You're here for the mangrove and that is what you will get. We did the walk in 30 minutes and after that don't forget...More
This is the first time I come here. Amazing for me never thought that I will hear the sound of mangrove make me very peacful.Close your eye , work slowly , breath the natural and listen the music of mangrive . .....WOW......
It was my first time to experience the mangrove. The air was very fresh. Because of the forest, the temperature was a bit cooler than in the city. We enjoyed seeing small fishes and water trace. The officers of this research centre gave us sticks...More
The place is managed on a high scientific level. Mangroves are vanishing, but they can be the answer to polluted or salty water. If you are not interested in this, enjoy the endemic monkeys and the strange natural smell. You walk through untouched nature on...More
If there's one thing absolutely clear, it's the vibe coming from the mangrove forest saying humans have no business being here. If you fell from the wooden bridge, particularly at night, and had to make your way out of the forest, you couldn't do it....More
We were a bit afraid to not be able to find the place but there are a few signs to 'Forest Research Center' along the road and the basic directions are: It is located southward from Ranong along Highway 4, you'll need to U-turn and...More
After reading the previous review we decided to visit this amazing centre.
Don't rely on google maps as we couldn't find it the first time.
The access road runs along side the 'bald hill' attraction - on the right leaving Ranong southbound. A u turn...More
Take a walk or spend a nite, eat good food, look at great nature, see the Bald or green hills a x. Just enjoy, that is what I do. Water fall. Say hello to the locals, smile and be happy. Just be there. Present now))