‘Blue Lagoon’ promoted as tourist attraction in Khon Kaen, Thailand

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An abandoned limestone quarry-turned-reservoir dubbed the “Blue Lagoon” is being promoted as a tourist attraction in Khon Kaen, northeast Thailand.

Locals said that water seeped into the abandoned old quarry site until it turned into a beautiful reservoir, attracting tourists wanting to catch a glimpse of the emerald water glistening under the sun.

INN News describes the Blue Lagoon as “a new tourist attraction that cannot be missed with the charm of emerald green water, surrounded by limestone cliffs, in an area of more than 100 rai.”

The lagoon is located in the Na Fai subdistrict in Phu Pha Man district, around an hour and a half’s drive from Khon Kaen City. Now that more tourists are visiting, vendors selling refreshments and food have opened at the site.

One tourist, 43 year old Phatpicha Thitanakphan, said…

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