Phang Nga Province

Located some 788 km from Bangkok, Phang-nga Province is situated on the Andaman Sea, covers an area of 4,170 square kilometers and famed for the natural beauty of its water, islands, beaches, mountains and forests.

Phang-nga is packed with national parks that guard magnificent scenery with immensely different attractions. The most famous National Park is Ao Phang-nga, a geological wonder filled with sunken caverns, islets, and startling rock formations rising sheer out of the sea.

The bay is extremely sheltered ideal for expeditions of sea canoes to explore the many fascinating caverns with their own Eco-systems. Phang-nga’s coast offers parks of a different kind.

Things to do in Phang Nga Province


Pakarang Cape

Pakarang Cape

Laem Pakarang located on the Takua Pa – Khao Lak route. It is a sandy beach with scattered broken stag-horn corals. Swimming is available among the shady atmosphere of the…

Phung Chang Cave in Phang Nga

Phung Chang Cave in Phang Nga

Tham Phung Chang is a cavern on Khao Chang or Chang Hill (in Thai means Elephant Hill) within Phang Nga Municipility. The cave has two entrances, one on the west…

Rainbow Waterfall, Khao Lak, Phang Nga

Rainbow Waterfall, Khao Lak, Phang Nga

This single-level waterfall falls from a high and huge cliff. In the rainy season, a lot of water cascades down the boulders in rainbow splashes. This is how it is…

Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Park

Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Park

The effect of Tsunami on Thailand On December 26,2004, the wrath of the Tsunami, notching Thailand’s one of the biggest disasters, damaged to Andaman provinces, Ranong, Pang Nga, Phuket, Krabi,…

Laem Pakarang Beach, Phang Nga

Laem Pakarang Beach, Phang Nga

Laem Pakarang beach, in Phang Nga province consists of an undeveloped sandy beach with dead coral flats that are exposed at low tide. Palm trees line the beach and there…