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Marine Life in Ao Phang Nga National Park   Marine life totals over 80 species: 24 species of fish, 14 species of shrimp, 15 species of crabs and another 16 species of manta-rays, sharks, and game fish. In the bay, you will find blue crabs, swimming crabs, mud-skippers, humpback shrimp, mud-lobsters, pomfrets, jewfish, sole, anchovies, scads, rock cod, as well as rainbow cuttlefish, soft cuttlefish, musk crab, mackerels, spine foots, groupers, black sea cucumbers, brain coral, stag horn coral and lastly flower like soft coral.


The bay of Ao Phang Nga National Park has a wealth of plankton, these are small plant and animal organisms that float at the water surface and serve as food for many species. The presence of large amounts of plankton is due to the shallowness of the water, rich nutrient supply and the higher temperatures found in the bay area. As the food resource is high, this makes a good nursery area for mothers of many species, which enter the bay to rear their young before returning to deeper water

No. visitors of Ao Phang Nga National Park : 55,146     

Last Update :  22 Jun 2010     


Ao Phang Nga National Park Contact details

80, Mu 1, Ban Tha Dan, Koh Panyi Sub-district,  Amphor Muang Phang Nga   Phang Nga   Thailand 82000

Tel. 0 7641 1136, 0 7641 2188   Fax 0 7641 3791   E-mail aophangnga_np@hotmail.com

Mu Koh Surin National Park  is an archipelago of five islands: Koh Surin Nuea, Koh Surin Tai, Koh Ri, Koh Khai, and Koh Klang. It was declared a national park on July 9, 1981. The archipelago is located in the Andaman Sea, near the Thai-Burmese oceanic border, to the west of Thailand. There are coral reefs and the area is suitable for snorkelling.


Mu Koh Similan National Park  was declared a national park in 1982. Similan is a small group of islands comprising nine islands stretching from north to south and is highly praised for its beautiful scenery, both onshore and underwater.


Koh Phra Thong  located in Tambon Phra Thong. It is a large island northwest of Phang Nga. The island has many beaches. There is a large fresh water reservoir on the island.


Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park  was declared a national park in August 1991. The park occupies a vast area of 150 square kilometres and covers Amphoe Thai Mueang, Amphoe Kapong, Amphoe Takua Pa, and Amphoe Mueang. The interesting attractions are: Khao Lak  which has the Chao Pho Khao Lak Shrine, Laem Pakarang which has groves of pine, making it good for camping and relaxation and Namtok Ton Chong Fa or Ton Chong Fa Waterfall.



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