Phang Nga

Si Phang-nga National Park

The Sri Phang-Nga National Park covers an area of 240 square kilometres Most of the Park is fine virgin evergreen forest, There are numerous hills, streams, waterfalls, and a few outcrops of limestone cliffs . Wildlife includes lesser mouse deer, Malay tapir, serow,...

Similan Islands National Park

The Similan Islands is a group of 9 islands in the Andaman Sea. lying from the noth to south The main islands that are tourist attractions are Koh Miang (Island No.4), Koh Payu (Island No.7), Koh Similan (Island No. 8), and Koh Ba Ngu (Island No.9). These islands are...

Mu Ko Surin National Park

The park is covering an area of 141 km² of which 76% is sea. The islands are popular destination for divers from all around the world for it’s various coral reef life and white beaches. The main islands are Ko Surin Nuea and Ko Surin Tai, the other three small islands...

Khao Lampi–Hat Thai Mueang National Park

The park’s total area is 72 square kilometres and its highest peak is Yot Khao Kanim mountain The park is best known for its large waterfalls located in the mountainous eastern section. The largest of these is Ton Phrai Waterfall, 40 metres high and best seen during...
Phang Nga Province

Phang Nga Province

Phang Nga Province is located 788 km south of Bangkok and just a short drive from Phuket, Khao Lak and Krabi. Within Phang Nga Province is Ao Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park which covers an area of about 400 sq km. Phang Nga Bay is famed for it's beautiful...

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