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Nong Yai Wooden Bridge at the Nong Yai Park Chumpon.

Nong Yai Wooden Bridge at the Nong Yai Park Chumpon.
The park came about following the devastation caused by Typhoon Gay back in November 1989. 529 people were killed, 160,000 became homeless, with 7,130 km2 of farm land destroyed. Under Royal Initiative a system of flood control measures were implemented.

The main flood management system is a diversion canal running from the Tha Taphap river in the west of the park to the Phanang Tak river in the east, which is near the sea. In times of heavy rain, water can be diverted through the canal preventing/reducing any flooding in the area around Chumphon town.

It is a fantastic Park and a great place to go and walk and you can also see Javan rusa deer
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Posted by TheJohnsons 06:13 Archived in Thailand Tagged sky water sunset view wildlife nature park landscape travel thailand zoo lake green grass jungle bridge ecology young south beautiful countryside wild safari national animal field tropical forest natural tourism deer outdoor alone khao resting meadow eat hunting wooden horn background brown otter antlers mammal behavior chordata Comments (0)

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