Day 1 – 15 February 2018
Saen Suk Lampam is a sandy beach on Highway 4007, bordered by shaded pine trees along Songkhla Lake’s shore edge. The ‘Sala Lampam Thi Rak,’ a pavilion that juts into the sea, provides as a viewpoint for seeing the lake’s surroundings. Additionally, there is a bridge connecting the beach to Ko Loi, a nearby small island formed by sediment accumulation at the Lampam River’s mouth.
Thale Noi Non-Hunting Area is a 460-square-kilometer protected freshwater wetland in Phatthalung province. It is one of Southeast Asia’s largest natural freshwater lakes, but is the smallest and northernmost basin in Songkhla Lake’s chain of lagoons, spanning three provincial borders into Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phatthalung, and Songkhla provinces, and home to the critically endangered Irrawaddy dolphin.
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