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Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary

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Tambon Ai Yoe Weng, Amphoe Betong, Betong, Thailand
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Wonderfull

Far away from the busy tourists areas this secluded sanctuary is still untouched by tourism. It is... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2016
Jackie M
Peaceful and scenic

Enclosing the body of water created by the Bang Lang Dam, the Bala-Hala Forest, also called Suan Pa... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2015
Brittany_11_10
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1 Jul 2016
“Wonderfull”
18 Sep 2015
“Peaceful and scenic”
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Tambon Ai Yoe Weng, Amphoe Betong, Betong, Thailand
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Reviewed 1 July 2016

Far away from the busy tourists areas this secluded sanctuary is still untouched by tourism. It is a one on one encounter with nature. A wonderful piece of Thailand i fell in love with.

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Reviewed 18 September 2015

Enclosing the body of water created by the Bang Lang Dam, the Bala-Hala Forest, also called Suan Pa Phra Namaphithai Phak Tai, Section Two, is home to a plethora of wild plants and animals, including hornbills that can be seen and heard in the treetops....More

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