Udon Thani’s ‘Pink Water Lilies Lake’ experience
One of Thailand’s most beautiful wetlands is in full bloom Nov until March 2020.
‘Pink Water Lilies Lake’ at Nong Han Kumphawapi, a freshwater lake in Thailand’s Northeastern province of Udon Thani.
The lake covers an area of 22,500 rai (36 sq. km) mostly in Kumphawapi district and parts of Prachaksinlapakhomand Ku Kaeo districts. It provides fresh water for agriculture and local consumption for Thais living around the lake and is considered one of Thailand’s most important wetlands.
Besides the ‘Pink Water Lilies Lake’, Udon Thani is probably best known for its archaeological wonders at Ban Chiang World Heritage Site where the world’s first Bronze Age civilisation is believed to have flourished more than 5,000 years ago.
Udon Thani can be reached by bus, train and air with departures from Bangkok’s bus and train terminals in addition to daily domestic flights from Don Mueang International Airport and Suvanabhumi Airport.
Lotus Temple worth a Visit as well
Wat Pa Dong Rai Santiwanaram Temple in Udon Thani Lotus Temple UdonThani.