Khao Lampi Hat Thai Mueang National Park The park occupies an area of 18,000 acres
It was declared a national park on April 14, 1988. Interesting attractions in the
park include: Namtok Lampi s a six tiered waterfall that runs all year round, Namtok
Ton Phrai is a huge waterfall that runs all year round and Hat Thai Mueang being
a long beach where the Sea Turtle Festival is held annually.
Wat Suwannakhuha located in Tambon Krasom, is a temple in Phang Nga. It is of historical
and archaeological importance. Within the boundary of the temple is a mountain with
numerous caves out of which one is also used as a temple and houses various manners
of Buddha images. There are also Royal Monograms inscriptions on the walls of the
Koh Yao covers an area of 137 square kilometres ( 34,000 acres ). Most of the population
are Muslims. The island is made up of two large islands: Koh Yao Noi and Koh Yao
Hat Khao Lak located 32 kilometres ( 20 miles ) from Takua Pa, is a long scenic
beach along the Andaman Sea set beneath the green mountain of Khao Lak Lamru National
Park, parallel to the coast. The accommodation of Takua Pa along Khao Lak and Bang
Sak Beach is built in the original southern architecture style.
Wat Rat Uppatham or Wat Bang Riang located in Tambon Bang Riang, the temple, situated
on Khao Lan hill, contains several structures including an elaborate bell-shaped
pagoda called Chedi Phutthathambanlue. The hilltop pagoda overlooks surrounding undulating
mountains and hills as well as a huge Buddha image and a Guan-yin Chinese Goddess
Things to do around the Province of Phang Nga
Elephant Cave Trekking
Elephant cave tours are usually made to Tham Phung Chang which is a cave with numerous
stalactites and stalagmites.
Rafting is considered to be an eco-tourism trip in the Ton Pariwat Wildlife Conservation