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Phuket, Sirinat National Park and Naiyang Beach: 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.

Phuket thalang sirinart naiyang online information for your travel hotel resort booking

Phuket, Thalang District:

Sirinat National Park (Nai Yang Beach):
This covers 90 square kilometres near Phuket's airport and includes 13 kilometres long Nai Yang Beach. The park stretches all the way to the island's northern tip. There are a number of interesting places to visit:


Naithon Beach:
This quiet bay nestled at the foot of high hills has a fine strip of sand. There are some accommodations <Click to see hotels, resort> but virtually no other business, it's often nearly deserted. Located between Bang Tao Bay and Nai Yang. From Thep Krasatri Rd., turn at the first traffic light north of Thalang Town heading west, which is the Nai Yang Rd., Look for signs indicating the turn-off to Nai Ton.

  • Nai Yang Beach:

This is where the National park offices are located. The beach itself is on a long curving bay lined with evergreens that provide shade to picnickers for which activity this is a very popular spot. The large coral reef is home to many different species of fish, and Nai Yang is well known as a site where sea turtles come to lay their eggs during the period from November to February, the population of accommodations are available <Click To see hotels, resort> and small food vendors cater to the many day trippers that visit. To get there take the Nai Yang Rd., and look for signs indicating the park entrance.

  • Mai Khao Beach:

Many kilometres of deserted beach characterize Mai Khao. There is little tourist business. The water is fine for swimming during the dry season, the rainy season brings big waves and strong currents that are dangerous. This lonly beach is another where sea turtles come to lay eggs. It is also home to what the Thais call a sea cicada, which is a from of marine life. To get there go to the northern tip of Phuket, the beach lies along the road's length.<Click> to see accommodations

  • Sai Kaew Beach:

This strip of sand is really just the northern portion of Mai Khao Beach and has much the same character. Located west of the bridges spanning the channel between Phuket and Phang-Nga provinces.

  • Mangrove Forest:

Situated in Sirinat National Park near Ta Chatchai on Phuket's northern tip, the mangroves saltwater swamps with unique eco-systems much prized by scientists searching for clues about adaptation and evolution cover about 800 rai. Anyone with an interest in horticulture will be interested in the many unusual perennial plants found here, mountain ebony, red cycas, black mysina, the Lady's Nails quisqualis, and various creepers and climbers are among the more significant. There are also many mangrove-dwelling animals with unique evolutionary characteristics. A nature trail has been cleared for the convenience of visitors with signs indicating and explaining the various species. <Click> To see accommodation in Naiyang Beach

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