Mangrove Forrest along the sea in Chonburi city

Traveling in Thailand

While driving along the sea-side of Choburi city we came along a sign of a "Mangrove Forrest" so we stopped and had a look and a little walk. It is a 300-rai mangrove Forrest along the sea with a 2300-meter long wooden walking path thru it. Well this is Thailand and maintenance is not top priority here so be careful when walking this wooden walking path because once and while there are some missing pieces of wood.

When walking you see that all the little crab's can feel you coming and they hide & cover in the mud. It was low tide and the "fish" was crawling over the mud from one little water-pound to the other. And even deep in the forrest there were big birds eating (fish?) and even flying between the trees. Amazing to see this small eco-system of nature here in this industrial area of Chonburi city. See The-mangrove-forest-conservation-and-study

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