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 are Ko Ri, Ko Khai and Ko Klang. Surin Islands are populated with two small communities of the ethnic Moken minority, locally known as “Chao Lay”. Mokens are nomadic sea people who live in the Burmese Mergui Archipelago. The Moken population of the Islands is around 150 persons in two villages.

Park details

Opening Hours: 9.00-18.00

Open everyday close 15 October – 15 May each year

National Park Address:

Kura , Kuraburi , Phang Nga , 82150 , Thailand

Contact Number: +66 76 472145 +66 76 472-146

Admission Fees

  • Foreigner: Adult 100 | Child 50
  • Thai: Adult 20 | Child 10

Above rates are in Thai Baht and per person and subject to change by the Authorities.  

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Khao Phra Thaeo Wildlife sanctuaries Station

Khao Phra Thaeo National park is located in Phuket Island, Thailand.

Highlights

  • Ton Sai Waterfall
  • Gibbons

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Things to do & How to get there

Inside National Park there are

  • visit the Mokken Village
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving

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