|Location||Around 9 km east of Nakhon Sawan town, Town 240 km from Capital Bangkok|
|Accessibility||Via Nakhon Sawan town|
|Accommodation||Country style cottages|
» Around 150 species of animals and birds reside here.
» White-eyed river martin and tiger perch are two rare creatures found here.
» Rare animals include white-eyed river-martin and tiger perch .
» Large number of waterfowls migrate here during November to March.
» Abounds with Sua fish, a special delicacy of the Thais.
Two major attractions of Bung Boraphet are Waterfowl Sanctuary and Freshwater Fishery Development Center:
The swamp is flanked on the southern part by the Waterfowl Sanctuary, a nature study center which conducts research on the bird residents of Bung Boraphet. Research is also undertaken of migratory waterfowls.
Freshwater Fishery Development Center
On the northern part stands the Freshwater Fishery Development Center. The Center includes an aquarium building, which presents more than 150 species of freshwater fish to the visitors. It also has a crocodile breeding pond.
» Largest aquatic source of freshwater fish in Thailand
» It has an area of approximate 212 square kilometers
» It covers parts of Amphoe Chum Saeng, Amphoe Muang, Amphoe Tha Tako
» The area has typical tropical climate.
» Average temperature is 28.70C.
» Rainy season is from May to October.
How To Reach
» The spot is accessible by boat from Nakhon Sawan Municipal Pier.
» The Waterfowl Sanctuary can be reached from Nakhon Sawan via Tha Tako Highway.
» The Freshwater Fishery Development Center can be reached from Nakhon Sawan via Chum Saeng Highway.
» Comfortable country style cottages available near sightseeing spots.
» Hotels, resorts, guesthouses and other accommodation options are available in Nakhon Sawan town. One can stay in the town and go to Bung Boraphet on an excursion.