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The lake, located in Kumphawapee district, Udon Thani, is famous for its annual natural carpets of water lilies floating on the lake’s surface.

Nong Han Kumphawapi Lake is around 8 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide, the freshwater lake at Nong Han Kumphawapi is an important water source that sustains a variety of fish, birds, and plants.

The lake feeds into the Lam Pao River, another waterway which plays a significant role for the inhabitants of Udon Thani province, It provides freshwater for agriculture and local consumption for

Thai’s living around the lake and is considered one of Thailand’s most important wetlands.

For around Bt 150 between 2 or 3 people you can take a small boat and discover for yourself if there’s more of you Bt 600 will take you and 5 of your friends on the journey of a lifetime around this beautiful landmark.

December through to February are the best times to visit and watch creative in motion as the lotus blossoms. (6 am till 11 am we recommend)

Traveling to Udon is easy whether bus or plane, Air Asia, Lion Air, Thai Smile, Nok Air all fly daily

Don’t forget to try local breakfast ‘Kaojee’ (Grilled sticky rice with egg) and Water lily juice it’s very delicious!

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