Department of National Parks has granted 14,782,000 baht to renovate some areas in Bueng Bua Kao Sam Roi Yot National Park to enhance the experience of traveling. The project is scheduled to start on January 22 and finish on September 3, 2022, totaling 225 days of operation.
With an evidently high demand for a more convenient route for daily commute, the park, including the governor of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and other related authorities, aims to improve roads connecting Sam Roi Yot shoreline, Sam Roi Yot District, Bueng Bua Kao Sam Roi Yot, and Rai Kao District altogether. However, because the ways reside in Bueng Bua Kao Sam Roi Yot National Park, environmental impact assessment (EIA) is required before the construction, which is beyond the capacities of the district operations. Further studies are still needed.
Meanwhile, nature-study trails in the park for universal design have been granted a budget for renovation by the Department of National Parks. The changes include an elevated walkway, a view tower, 4 view pavilions. Once the fixings are completed, a higher number of visitors is expected to check in at the place.
Bueng Bua Kao Sam Roi Yot National Park is the largest wetland ever found in the national parks in Thailand. Home to various local and rare species of birds that gives the place a reputation for bird watching, the park is abundant in plants and animals of many kinds, drawing people to rest in nature in the area. The highlight is a wooden bridge that allows a walk to study nature closely. There are rest pavilions to chill along the way surrounded by Sam Roi Yoi mountain range. Early morning or late evening visit is recommended because of the hot weather during the daytime. A sunset watch is also a must to try.