|Location||788 kilometers south of Capital Bangkok|
|Accessibility||Best through Bangkok|
» Abundant array of tropical birds founds. Chief of them are little heron, little egret, pacific reef-egret, and little egret.
» Marine life in the Park has more than 80 species: 24 species of fish, 15 species of crabs, 14 species of shrimp, and around 20 species of manta-rays, sharks, and gamefish. Swimming crabs, blue crabs, mud-lobsters, mud-skippers, humpback shrimp, rock cod, and pomfrets are some intriguing creatures which are found in the Park.
Phang Nga, gifted with exquisite natural beauty, is a 'must-see' place in Thailand. Marvelous coastlines, strange unusual structures, mysterious caves and bubbling waterfalls constantly lure the tourists.
Huge limestone blocks displaying karst scenery make the high ground in the park. The blocks extend into Phang Nga Bay where they form islands with vertical cliffs. The bay is filled with tidal sediments and tidal channels abound the area. Mangrove forests are the main vegetation in the bay. Evergreen forests are also present in some areas.
» The Park was established in 1981.
» The Park covers an area of approximate 400 sq km.
Ao Phang-nga National Park
80, Mu 1, Ban Tha Dan, Ko Panyi Sub-district, Amphur Muang
Phang Nga, Thailand - 82000