The Colorful fish of Bueng Chawak Aquarium – Suphanburi
Bueng Chawak Aquarium is sharing borders between Suphanburi and Chainat province, and is freshwater lake filled with pink and white lotuses. The aquarium is part of Bueng Chawak Chalermphrakiat project that was established in 1994 to celebrate His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 50th Year Accession to the Throne. A total of three buildings make up the aquarium; inside the first building is a collection of seawater and freshwater fish, it has more than 50 species of local, foreign and exotic fish with a detailed photo-description of each. The second building consists of a 400 cubic meter underwater tunnel 8.5 meters in length. The last building contains yet another underwater tunnel only this one is 75 meters long, the fish come from all over the world and the highlight is shark tunnel. Moreover, Bueng Chawak has other attractions such as crocodile pool, zoo and a gift shop that you can it as souvenirs. Bueng Chawak is one of interesting destinations which do not miss to visit, you will spectacular the colorful of fish.
Location : sharing borders between Suphanburi and Chainat province
Getting there : Take a van from Khok Wua Intersection on Rachadamnoen Road
Open daily : from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm.
Picture source : album.sanook.com