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Travel Guide

Phang-Nga in Southern Thailand

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Located next to the Andaman Sea, Phang-nga is blessed with astonishing natural beauty and is certainly one of the kingdom's most impressive provinces. Agriculture in the shape of rubber plantations, rice, vegetable and fruit production makes up a key component of the area's economy - not surprisingly, tourism is the other. Phang-nga province offers breathtaking scenery and landscapes featuring mountainous areas alongside deciduous forest and some of the kingdom's nicest islands and beaches (the province's two key National Parks - Surin Islands National Marine Park and Similan Islands National Marine Park - hosting most of these). Phang-nga does though feature a range of smaller, and equally beautiful National Parks and Forest Parks all of great value to Phang-nga's visitors. If you are heading for this area, you have a delight in store!


"Must see" in Phang-Nga

Mu Koh Similan National Park
The name "Similan" is derived from a Malay word meaning nine - very apt for a National Park that comprises... read more

Similan Islands
Similan is a paradise on earth. It's probably the most beautiful beach and island destination in Thailand.... read more

James Bond Island
What does it take to put a tourist destination on the international map? Great beaches, crystal clear... read more

Surin Islands National Marine Park
Located in the Andaman Sea, 60 kilometres to the west of Phang-Nga and about 100 kilometres to the north... read more

Surin Islands
Surin Islands National Park is known for the beautiful reefs, white sand beaches and crystal clear water.... read more

Khao Lak
Khao Lak (Hat Khaolak) has for a number of years been a popular destination for visitors to Thailand... read more

Turtle Ledges
This is an excellent dive site offering a wealth of marine life with plenty of varieties of turtles (surprise,... read more

Swift Passage
Swift Passage is between Koh Surin Tai and Koh Torinla. The site is subject to strong currents that enable... read more

 
  Top Hotels in Phang-Nga

Bangpling Nature Resort
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"Worth seeing" in Phang-Nga

Koh Yao Islands
Being a district of Phang Nga province, Koh Yao consists of 44 small islands. Among these islands, there... read more

Hat Khao Lak
Hat Khao Lak , 32 kilometres from Takua Pa, is now an interesting destination for domestic and overseas... read more

Hat Surin
About 24 kilometres from town is Hat Surin , which can be reached on Route No. 402. After reaching the... read more

Panyi Fishing Village
Located off the coast near Phang-nga town is the island of Koh Panyi. Set amongst a series of 'Karst'... read more

Suwan Kuha Temple (Wat Tam)
Know locally as Wat Tam (the cave temple), Wat Suwan Kuha is just that - a temple in a cave! Located... read more

Morgan Village
Located on the small island of Koh Surin Tai live the 'Morgan Sea Gypsies' - a seafaring tribe that has... read more

Ao Mae Yai
There are around ten bays on the Surin Islands with great beaches. Ao Mae Yai is probably the best known... read more

Ao Luk (Deep Bay)
There are around ten bays on the Surin Islands with great beaches. Ao Luk on the Southeast coast of Koh... read more

Richelieu Rock
Richelieu Rock is a dive site with a maximum depth of 30 metres. The underwater seascape comprises a... read more

Koh Chi (Nun Island)
One of Surin's favourite dive sites is Koh Chi two kilometres off the northeast coast of Surin Nua. This... read more

Burma Banks
The Burma Banks are huge sea mounts that rise to within 15 metres of the surface of the Andaman Sea and... read more

Ton Chong Fah Waterfall
Located in Lumru National Park, Ton Chong Fah Waterfall is a five-tier waterfall situated 5 kilometres... read more

Lamru Waterfall
tier waterfall. Its source is Kapong canal and as a result water flows through the waterfall all year... read more

Khao Lak-Lamru National Park
Inaugurated in 1991, Khao Lak-Lamru National Park is a large park (125 square kilometres) overlooking... read more

Sa Nang Manora Forest Park
Although not on most tourists' 'to do' list, Sa Nang Manora Forest Park is a quaint, attractive park... read more

Ao Phang Nga National Park
Ao Phang Nga National Park is a large park of around 400 square kilometers. It comprises around 40 extremely... read more

Elephant Head (Hin Pusar)
Most divers and snorkellers regard this site as the best in the Similans. Located just south of Koh Similan,... read more

Shark Fin Reef / Boulder City
Due to their close proximity these two sites are usually tackled together - they are anyway part of the... read more

Breakfast Bend
Located on the eastern side of Similan Island 9, Breakfast Bend features masses of hard coral alongside... read more

Fantasea Reef
A lot of people are of the opinion that the diving available at Fantasea Reef is the best available around... read more

Turtle Ledge
This is an excellent dive site offering a wealth of marine life with plenty of varieties of turtles (surprise,... read more

Koh Torinla
A shallow, sloping reef going down to a maximum depth of around 20 metres, Koh Torinla is good dive site... read more

Swift Passage
Swift Passage is between Koh Surin Tai and Koh Torinla. The site is subject to strong currents that enable... read more



"At Your Leisure" in Phang-Nga

Hat Bang Sak
Hat Bang Sak , located in Tambon Bang Muang on Phetkasem Road, on the Thai Mueang - Takua Pa section,... read more

Wat Rat Uppatham or Wat Bang Riang
Wat Rat Uppatham or Wat Bang Riang , located in Tambon Bang Riang, 11 kilometres from the Thap Put District... read more



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