Ko Phitak, Bang Nam Chuet, Lang Suan District, Chumphon, Thailand
About Ko Phitak
Ko Phithak or Phithak Island is a small island in Thailand, in Chumphon Province on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Thailand. The island has an area of about 1.1392 km2 and there are about 42 households. Most of the local people are Buddhists who earn money by exporting seafood. Other sources of income include growing coconut trees, which explains why the island has many coconut trees. The residents make coconut juice to sell to tourists and to export.
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Mu Ko Chumphon National Park is a national park of Thailand consisting of a group of islands in the Gulf of Thailand off the coast of, and part of, Chumphon Province, southern Thailand. Its old name was Had Sai Ree. It was renamed "Mu ko Chumphon" and established as a national park in 1999 by the forestry department. Its forests, mostly tropical rainforest, are a type found only on the mountain and on large islands. They provide shelter and habitats for many living things.
One of the world's most popular diving destinations. The island is an important breeding ground for hawksbill and green turtles.
Laem Son National Park is located in Ranong and Phangnga provinces, Thailand. It is situated 60 kilometres south of Ranong on the country's west coast, with 100 kilometres of Andaman Sea coastline, making it Thailand's longest protected shore. The marine national park is named after the pines along the cape's shore. It was established in 1983 and is 315 square kilometres in size.
Wat Pattanaram (Mai Temple) an ancient temple at Surat Thani province South of Thailand.
Located in the heart of the city, this iconic shrine is a place that embodies the place, culture, and arts. The place is filled with the art of Shrivijaya that has similarities to the Chaiya relics.
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