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Phang-nga-Town: Travel online information direct booking guide for travel, hotel resort, bungalow, room for rent, with photo tours and beach maps, activities diving, scuba, golf, spa, restaurants, entertainment.

Tourist Attractions in Phang-nga Town:

Khao Chang:
This hill is Phang-nga's landmark, standing behind the Provincial Hall, a large hill that resembles a kneeling elephant.

Phung Chang cave:
This cave is located within the grounds of Phra Phat Phra Jim Kaet Temple behind the Provincial Hall. Inside are stalagmites, stalactites and a stream that runs all year round. Two-hour excursions on foot, canoe, or raft through the cave are available (contact Thongthae Sea Canoe tel: 0 7641 2292)

Ruesi Sawan and Luek Seua Caves:
These two caves are located in Somdej Phra Sri Nakkharin Park on Phetchkasem Rd., diagonally across from the Provincial Courthouse. The two caves are connected, with the Ruesi Sawan cave in front. Inside are stalactites, stalagmites and small streams.

Khao Ngum Cave:
This cave is located across from the entrance to Phoong Chang Cave. Inside are stalagmites and stalactites. One part of this cave has great number of seashells adhered to the mountain.

Sra Nang Manorah Park or Nang Manorah Waterfall:
To get to this waterfalltake route 4 between Phang-nga and Krabi for 4 kms. Turn right next to the Electric Station and drive a further 3 kms.

Phang-nga Bay National Park:
Phang-nga Bay was declared a national park on April 29, 1981 and covers a total ares of 250,000 rai in the district of Muang (Phang-nga Town) and Thakua-thung. Take route 4 from Phang-nga towards Khoke Kloy for about 8 kms. Turn left on Rout 4144 and drive a further 4 kms. There are many places where boats can be rent to travel to Phang-nga Bay, such as:

  • Tha Daan Sullakakorn Pier (Custom Pier):
    This pier is near the Phang-nga Bay Resort. Boats from small to large-including boats suitable for group tour-may be rented here (large boats can be rented at Rua Lak Muang tel: 0 7641 1140, or Cha Charan Tel; 0 7641 1490
  • Surakul or Ka-Som Pier:
    This pier is in Thakua-thung. The boat available here are roofed long-tail boats (contact Rua Puen Foong Tel: 0 7649 6420, Rua Kiat Chai Chareon tel: 0 7649 6475, or Phol Shop tel: 0 7649 6381)
  • The Provincial Administration Organization Pier (the Or Bor Jor Pier):
    Roofed long-tail boats are available.
  • Boat rental fees (chartered boat fares) are show on signs at all piers. It takes about 3 hours to view Phang-nga Bay. The bay can be accessed all yesr round.

Phang-nga Bay Attractions:

  • Panyee Island: Most of islanders are Muslim fisherfolk. There are many souvenir shops and restaurants on the island.
  • Khao Phing-kan: This famous attraction is located in Thakua-thung District. From Khao Phing-kan you can see another famous attraction. Koh Tha-pu, an island that resembles a nail.
  • Thum Lod: This cave has beautiful and stalactites. Tourist can go through the cave on long-tail boat.
  • Panak Island: This island has a cave full of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites, along with a small stepped waterfall and a lagoon ideal for canoeing. There are also many types of flora and fauna to be found in the island's mangrove forest.
  • Lawa Yai island: This island is approximately two hours away by long-tail boat from the national park. It is a small island with beautiful white beaches, clear water, and beautiful coral.
  • Khao Khien; This island is located on the way to Phanyee island. Animal drawing that date back more than 3,000 years ago are on the wall of Khao Khien.

Phang-nga Wildlife Breeding Center:
The center is located on Petchakasem Rd., in Tambon Thaak Daed on the road to Phang-nga Bay from Phuket. Many nearly-extinct goats, and langurs (long-tailed monkeys). The center is open daily from 8 am.-6 pm. tel: 0 7641 3261.

Tapan Cave Monastery:
This monastery is located in Tambon Thai Chang in Phang-nga Town. If travelling from Phuket to Phang-nga Town, go about 600 metres past the provincial Hall, tuen left and go on for about 400 metres to the monastery. Inside is a bridge called the "Dragon Bridge that Spans Hell" At one end of the bridge is a cave that has many beautiful attractions, such as a waterfall, a Meditation Area, stalactites and stalagmites resembling a castle, a three-peaked stupa, a thousand-year old stone turtle, etc.

Tone Pariwat Wildlife Sanctuary:
The sanctuary is in Tambon Song Praek on Ka-pong District. About 5 kms. from Phang-nga Town, turn right at Baan Song Praek and go on for another 15 kms. to the sanctuary. Full of many species of trees, a waterfall, and a stream, this beautiful area can be visited on elephant back or by canoe. Contact Phuket Sealand tel: 0 7622 2900-1 for information.

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