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Ngao Mangrove Forest Research Centre

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Ngao Mangrove Forest Research Centre

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René Nonhof wrote a review May 2019
Haarlem, The Netherlands24 contributions17 helpful votes
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 the viewpoint were you can se how 30000 square meters of mangrove look like. Very impressive and a nice view. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Tang N wrote a review Dec 2018
Bangkok, Thailand811 contributions50 helpful votes
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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......
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Date of experience: December 2018
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cateaway wrote a review Mar 2018
Bangkok, Thailand48 contributions3 helpful votes
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 to chase monkeys away after signing visitor books. We didn’t expect those monkeys were quite fierce when they were in a group or big family. Swaying the sticks wasn’t enough, you had to make your noise like a King Kong (for real) to scare them away. The officers were extremely friendly and kind unlike other officers we meet in Thailand. Everything seemed to be well kept and maintained. I had already thanked them for clean toilets.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Pia wrote a review Feb 2018
Rome, Italy6 contributions2 helpful votes
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 a comfortable foot-walk. Choose a rainy day and embrace the atmosphere. Afterwards the bright malls are still open.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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John12063 wrote a review Aug 2017
Cheltenham, United Kingdom107 contributions77 helpful votes
Great to see up close the Mangroves, also see wildlife, make sure you go well before night fall. It is very peaceful and would recommend this as a must see
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Date of experience: August 2017
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