The Bueng Bu Nature Education Centre is the base for visitors to see the amazing lotus blossoms on the lake at Sam Roi Yot National Park.
Visitors can walk along wooden walkways to study the nature of the lotus pond for over 300 metres, with a large viewpoints offering 360 degree views of the lakes and a wonderful photographic opportunity.
Mr. Pakdinai Phungpakdee, a member of the Bueng Bua Chommel Club says that as the Covid-19 closure has passed the park is open for tours with a long-tailed boat rental service to observe the nature of Bueng Bua, costing 500 baht per boat, seating for 5 people, with a shading and life jacket for all tourists to wear.
n addition, the club boat rental services include old fishing boats modified to sail like Chinese junk; bamboo poles are before reaching deep water when the engine can be started. Using engines is prohibited in areas with dense lotus growth where the punt method is used.
The most suitable time is in the morning when the weather is not so hot. Apart from the beautiful blooming lotus, water birds and migratory birds can be seen.
The Bueng Bua Community Enterprise Group has local products for sale as extra income for the villagers living in the community. This includes processed fruits such as pineapple, jackfruit, mango and banana. There is also processed snakeskin fish, Nile tilapia and snakehead fish.
Visitors must comply with Covid-19 prevention measures of the National Parks