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I moved to thailand to live there, after Bangkok i had a person that recomended this... i went there... i from South African territory was in awe to see auch a beautiful country, my experience was 5*..although thinking back, it was beautiful or maybe i...More
Nice trip with friends to enjoy together the ‘train’ alongside the dam. When we went it was really windy, so bring with you some protection. Site at the far end of the train tour good for nice group photos.
You can order food from riverbank restaurants at a very modest price. Obviously sunset is an ideal time to go. I went as part of an improvised tour including a bat's cave, a temple with peacocks, fields of sun flowers and a famous temple with...More
We went here for the afternoon, had a taxi take us and he waited while we enjoyed a few drinks and ate near the lake. Watching the sunset here is fantastic and the drive from town to the reservoir is great, it gives you an...More
I came here during the Sangkran Festival by motorcycle. It took about an hour and half to get here from Lopburi town. If you come in by motorcycle during Sangkran, there will be plenty of people to put baby powder on your face and there...More
We spent an hour or so here, it was very busy with local people picnicking on raised bamboo shelters over the lake. Many people, mainly children swimming in the lake on tubes. We were invited to share a platform with a couple of local people...More
Pretty lake. The bamboo raft restaurants at the edge are great for relaxing with a drink and food while enjoying the views. There are a couple of larger establishments, including a place with a small sandy beach area and inflatable toys in the water. You...More
Ang Sub Lek is a great place to spend an afternoon.
Start at the Peacock Temple (short walk up about 400 stairs - it's worth the view. Then head over to one of the many floating restaurants on the lake. No English menus so have...More