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Phang Nga Province National Parks

National Parks nearby Khao Lak

Phang Nga Province counts a fair number of national parks. This rural region of southern Thailand features large natural areas which have not been developed, even for agriculture, offering a total getaway from our modern world. Staying in Khao Lak gives the opportunity to discover and explore outstanding natural sites, whether at sea or inland.

Featuring rare wild animals, endless trekking, towering limestone and granite peaks, crystal-clear waters, thundering waterfalls, staggering views and miles and miles of rainforest, they are a wonderful way to discover nature’s beauty. See below the national parks in or in close proximity to Khao Lak.

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Similan Islands

Similan Islands

For six months every year, the Similan Islands welcome guests with beach scenes on par with anything the wildest of Read More...

Surin Islands

Surin Islands

The Surin Islands are located about 60km off the west coast of Phang-Nga Province, well known for diving, snorkelling Read More...

Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok is a 739 km² national park located about 50km northeast of Khao Lak. Belonging to the Province of Surat Thani Read More...

All National Parks in or nearby Khao Lak

Khao Lak/ Lamru National Park

One of the many national parks in the province of Phang-Nga, Khao Lak/Lamru covers a total area of 125sqm along the west shoreline. It includes parts of Thai Muang, Kapong, Takua Pa, and Phang-Nga Town districts, about 33 kms south of Takua Pa Town on Route 4.

The park offers a myriad of sightseeing opportunities for nature lovers, harbouring lots of exotic plants and wildlife amidst landscape that includes beaches, hills, mountains, forested valleys, mangroves and estuaries.

One of the park's many points of interest is Kao Lak mountain, situated beside the sea with a Chinese temple dedicated to the wizard of the mountain. The temple lies close to Thai Muang district.

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Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok is a 739 km² national park located about 50km northeast of Khao Lak. Belonging to the Province of Surat Thani it is a low mountainous area (the highest point is at 950m) covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world. The central area of Khao Sok National Park hosts one of the most Read More...

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Lamru National Park Headquarters

The headquarters of the Lamru National park are located some 50 metres off Highway 4, on the headland of Leam Hin Chang, immediately south of Khao Lak.

On entering the grounds you’ll have a few choices of what to do: to the left is a path leading down to a viewpoint and eventually to a small sandy beach, ‘Lek’ (small) Beach. It’s quite a walk and you should be prepared with lots of drinking water, insect repellent and good shoes but you’ll be rewarded by the beach’s beautiful coral and delicious seclusion.

For the more sedate you’ll be glad to know that a restaurant with truly stunning hillside views out over the Andaman Sea lies only a few metres from the main gate. In actual fact, this is a tiny part of the 125 sq km park so there’s a lot more to explore inland if you want to make a go of it.

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Similan Islands

This group of rocks and islands lies 90 minutes by speedboat off the coast of Phang-Nga, or eight or more hours by slow boat from Phuket. The area was declared a marine national park in 1982 and consequently remains largely undeveloped. Derived from the Malay term sembilan, meaning 'nine', Similan refers to the nine main islands in the group. Read More...

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Sri Phang Nga National Park

Located in the districts of Kuraburi and Takua Pa, the park is about 60 kms from Khao Lak. Worth a drive, visitors can see fine virgin forest, spend a day hiking, and even stay over in the park camping grounds.

Several picturesque waterfalls lie at various walking distances from the Park headquarters - depending on your level of fitness and time factor. Travel to the park from Takua Pa Town on the Highway 4 north toward Ranong about 26 kms. At km. 756 turn right and go on another 5 kms to the Park.

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Surin Islands

Surin Islands are located about 60 km off the west coast of Phang-Nga Province, well known for diving, snorkelling and hiking in the surrounds of what is designated national park area. Of the five islands that make up the group, Koh Surin Neua (north island) and Koh Surin Tai (south island) are the principal islands - Read More...

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Thai Muang National Park

Formerly the site for tin mining activities, the area covered by the park comprises 45,000 rai, and is 25 kms from Khao Lak via highway 4 on the way down to Phuket.

Several points of interest lie within the park including Lumpee Falls, Tohn Prai Falls, and Hat Thai Muang, or Turtle Beach. Phang-Nga Province has an annual 7-day Turtle Releasing Festival in March. Turtles raised by the Fisheries Dept. are released by festival participants into the sea at Thai Muang.

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