Laem Pakarang is home to over 1,000 migratory water birds during winter. From October to February, flocks of shorebirds and terns can be seen regularly at the coral spit and surrounding areas. Highlights include the globally near-threatened Malaysian Plover, Ruddy Turnstone, Terek Sandpiper, Bar-tailed Godwit and Lesser Crested Tern. Rarities such as Crab Plover, a winter visitor from the Middle East, and locally scarce Beach Thick-knee have also been reported.
|07:00||Briefing at the Lobby|
|07:30||Bird Watching at Laem Pakarang|
|09:30||Refreshment & Snack|
|11:30||Heading back to the Hotel|
|12:00||Lunch at the Beach in a local restaurant|