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Located on Koh Yao Yai island, this luxury resort is a 20-minute speedboat ride from Phuket. The resort has its own private white sand beach, and premium snorkeling ...
Located in Khao Lak, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk, 1 mi (1.5 km) from Nang Thong Beach, and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Bang Niang Beach. Laem Pakarang ...
Located in Khao Lak, this beachfront resort is in the city center, 0.6 mi (1 km) from Nang Thong Beach, and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Bang Niang Beach. Laem Pakarang ...
Located in Khao Lak, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 6 mi (10 km) of Bang Niang Beach, Laem Pakarang Beach, and Bang Sak Beach. Nang ...
Nestled on the beach, this Bang Sak resort is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Bang Sak Beach and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Sai Ruang Waterfall. Laem Pakarang Beach and Bang Niang ...
Nestled on the beach, this Khao Lak hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Bang Niang Beach and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Nang Thong Beach. Laem Pakarang Beach and Bang Sak ...
Located in Takua Thung, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk, 9.6 mi (15.4 km) from Turtle Village, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Blue Canyon Country Club ...
In Southern Thailand along the Northern Andaman coastline with picturesque forests, stunning islands and superb natural beauty, Phang Nga is a major centre of diving and eco-tourism. It is a province of culture, history and natural scenery and is popular with both Thai and foreign tourists. Though badly hit by the 2004 tsunami, the province has quickly re-built itself and recovered. Tourism remains a strong way to support and regrow local livelihood in Phang Nga.Don’t Miss
The islands, forests and mountains and waterfalls are the main draw of Phang Nga, though there are also a few stunning beaches to relax on and most visitors find that they need at least a couple of weeks to fully explore.
Divers and snorkellers should visit the impressive Ko Similan National Park or Ko Surin National Park. Beach lovers should relax on Bang Niang Beach, Bang Sak Beach or Laem Pakarang Beach or head to the islands of Ko Kho Khao, Ko Yao or Ko Phra Thong.
If you love jungles, mountains and waterfalls try these: trekking in Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park, bamboo rafting along Lam Ru Yai Canal and camping at Kainui Mountain. Many visitors also book a day tour to visit the five-tiered Lamru Waterfall, the beautiful Phang Nga Bay or the historical temples of Wat Suwannakhuha and Wat Rat Uppatham.Restaurants and Bars
You will be able to find pretty much anything in Phang Nga, from cheap street food to a fine dining experience. There are markets in all of the towns and cities in the province, while the resort area of Khao Lak has a large selection of both Thai and international cuisine housed in the resorts and along the beach and the roads. There are western style bars in the resort areas, beach front bars on the islands and local bars everywhere. Phang Nga offers live music, night clubs and even cabaret shows.
Shopping in Phang Nga
The best place to shop in Phang Nga is definitely Khao Lak, as this is the province’s main tourist centre. There are of course local markets and shops everywhere for buying sundries, fresh fruit and snacks, as well as a few supermarkets and convenience stores. On Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons there is a large market in Bang Niang where you can buy clothes, arts and crafts, sunglasses and souvenirs.