Best parks in Phang Nga

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Explore the most popular parks in Phang Nga with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of trails in Phang Nga
Best parks (2)
#1 - Khao Sok National Park
Phang Nga, Thailand
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Khao Sok National Park is known for its rugged mountain ranges and limestone cliffs that overlooks a reflecting reservoir. This park features a small plain, an abundant amount of wildlife, and a variety of waterfalls. Check out the Wang Hin Waterfall which allows visitors to walk across its canal or the Than Sawan Waterfall, also known as the "rainbow waterfall." Interested in bats? Make sure to stop by the Khang Khao or the "bat cave," which is home to numerous bats. Other things to see here include: Nam Thalu Cave (which requires boat access), Ratchaprapha (a multipurpose dam), Tang Nam (a towering cliff), and Khlong Sok which is home to plenty of fish.Show more
#2 - Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park
Phang Nga, Thailand
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Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park is known for its stunning beach that stretches along the Andaman coast. Visitors can expect to see rugged mountain ranges, lush forests, and a variety of flora and fauna. Keep an eye out for the bird species that reside in the park, some that you may encounter include: maroon woodpeckers, red junglefow, great hornbills, and scarlet minivets. Many of the attractions at Khao Lak-Lam are waterfalls, check out the delicate Lam Ru Waterfall or the Ton Chong Fa Waterfall. Visitors can also head to Plai Bang To Canal where its water flows to both Lam Phrao Waterfall and Hin Lat Waterfall. Another must see is the Khao Lak coast, look into the waters to find coral reefs or relax on the beach!Show more