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Phuket, Surin Beach and Singh Cape: 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 surin singh cape online information for your travel hotel resort booking

Phuket, Thalang District:

Khao Pra Taew Wildlife Conservation Development and Extension Center:
22.28 square kilometres of virgin forest are covered by this park, which also actively conserves a number of wild animals, they would otherwise be extinct in fast-growing Phuket. It is a center for study of the environment. Forest vegetation is specticular. Giant trees supported by huge buttresses are thick with creepers and climbers of every description it took like a Tazan movie set. One species of palm found, the Governor's Palm or White Back Palm is especially rare. Langurs, barking deer, mouse deer, deer, bear, wild boar, Monkeys, gibbons, and many species of birds inhabit the forest. Kao Pra Taew serves also as one of Phuket's most important water sources. There are two waterfalls of note.

    • Nam Tok Ton Sai (Ton Sai Waterfall):
      A small falls over which pours a great vollum of water during the rainy season. The trees, watercourses, and pools nearby provide one of Phuket's loveliest scenes. The park headquarters and a small restaurant with an excellent view are also at Ton Sai. Located near Thalang Town, 22 kms. from Phuket Town. Go to the traffic light and take the road running east, look for posted signs indicating Kao Taew.
    • Nam Tok Bang Pae (Bang Pae Waterfall):
      Best known now as the site of the Gibbon Fund, a project to return domesticated gibbons to the forest, Bang Pae is a small waterfall with a shady forest and thick foliage surrounding. To get there go to the Two Heroines Monument and take the road running east, the Pa Khlok Rd., 7 kms. to Bang Pae, look for the posted signs.

Surin Beach:
Evergreen trees rim this small curving bay beneath the foothills north of Kamala. Surin is home to Phuket's first golf course, a nine-hole course laid out more than sixty years ago during the reign of King Rama VII. It is now largely in disuse except as a park. The steep incline of the beach, turbulent water, and big waves make Surin a dangerous place to swim during the rainy season. Located at the end of Sri Suntorn Rd., the road running west from the Two Heroines Monument, 24 kms. from Phuket Town. Accommodations (<Click> to see accommodations) and restaurants (<Click> to see restaurants) are nearby.

Singh Cape:
The name means Lion's Point in English in this case, the mythical, stylized lion of Chinese literature, not the African variety, there have never been any lions found in Thailand. The beach is in a small, curving bay with rocky headlands at the foot of forest-fringed cliffs and is among Phuket's most beautiful. Located about 1 km. south of entrance to Surin Beach. Look for signs indicating the path down to the beach.

Bangtao Beach:
Bangtao is a large open bay with one of Phuket's longest beaches. It was once used for in mining, but has since been developed into a luxury resort <Click> Most of it is occupied by the Laguna complex, a massive five-hotels development with golf course. There are, however, accommodations available outside Laguna at the bay's south end. Dry season swimming is excellent, and at the bay's north end is a smaller bay, almost completely enclosed, at the month of which is some fine coral. Plenty of places to eat, tour companies, and other tourist facilities available either at Laguna or in the nearby town Cherng Talay.
Located: off Sri Suntorn end of the bay may be approached by taking the road north fro Surin Beach. To get to the far north end from Sri Suntorn Rd., take the road leading to Laguna, but do not enter, continue on to the town of Bandon where there is an intersection of asphalted roads, and take the one leading west toward the sea. This road leads also to Nai Ton Bay and makes a very pleasant drive. Along the way are some small bays with good swimming and no development. <Click> To see accommodation in Surin Beach

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