I started my travel experiences with South Korea as first country in 2010, by 2019 I have visited 45+ cities and 14 countries around the world. I have explored local culture & heritage, delicious cuisines, made friends across the word, tried many adventurous sports and visited many landmarks.
Till now I was busy enjoying myself without any thoughts about local ecosystem or environment, as its a known fact that Tourists brings money into a beautiful city but leaves a lot of trash which may cause imbalance in the environment.
This time I got a chance to participate in a CSR activity organized by the 'Tourism Authority of Thailand', where we volunteered to plant mangrove plants near the river bed area. This will help to control the water to avoid flood in the village area and will make the forest area greener and healthier.
The place is also known as Samut Sakhon, which is around 1.5 hours away from the Bangkok City. After an early morning drive, we reached to the village and on boarded a quick boat ride to reach the forest area.