Ban Bang Phra in the region of Chonburi town in Thailand. It is located around 47 miles (76 km) South-East of Bangkok, the country’s capital city. The interesting attractions within the area; Bang Phra Reservoir and Bang Phra Non-hunting Area.
Bang Phra Reservoir has the origin of water resources from the Green Mountains. It is a combination of creeks, such as Huai Sukree, Huay Wang, Huai Khwang and Huai Khab, in the area of Bang Phra Reservoir. The height of the sea level between 12-35 meters around the reservoir, the people planted sugarcane and cassava to the foot of the green.
Because the area around the reservoir Bang Phra is open space. People in sugar cane and cassava The temperature is high all three. Average rainfall per year is about 1,266 millimeters. The condition is a newly planted forest. There are various species of plants such as Jamjuree, Acanthus, Narong, Eucalyptus, Nontri, Tangerine, etc.
There are more than 130 species of birds in the area around the reservoir is a forest, which is a shady forest. It is the home of the headless bird. Scorpion, Scorpion, Scorpion, Scorpion, Scorpion, Scorpion, Scorpio, Scorpio, Bat, Eagles, Bat, etc. In the Reservoir there are important birds such as birds, kapur, pelican, heron, etc.
Bang Phra Non-hunting Area, in Chonburi province, consists of a semi-natural lake surrounded by grassland and woodland. The reservoir is one used to hold water for irrigation and drinking and as a fishery rather than for hydro-electric purposes, meaning that it is shallow and abundant in birdlife. Local people are permitted to fish, gather plants and graze cattle but hunting birds and mammals is forbidden.
Ban Bang Phra
Location: Bang Phra, Si Racha, Chon Buri 20110 Thailand