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Laem Son National Park

Muang Klang, Kapoe District, Ranong 85120, Thailand

National Parks

About Laem Son National Park

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.



Attractions near Laem Son National Park

Si Phangnga National Park62.42km from Laem Son National Park

Si Phang Nga National Park is in Phang Nga Province in southern Thailand, covering the eastern parts of the districts Khura Buri and Takua Pa.  The landscape of the park is dominated by rugged mountains covered with dipterocarp forests, similar to the Khao Sok adjoining it to the east.  The establishment of the park was announced in the Royal Gazette, Issue 105, Chapter 60 of 16 April 1988.

Ko Surin Nuea66.74km from Laem Son National Park

The Surin Islands are part of Mu Koh Surin National Park, located some 60 km off the west coast of Phang Nga Province and 100 km north of the Similans. It's an archipelago of 5 islands: Koh Surin Nuea, Koh Surin Tai, Koh Ri, Koh Khai, and Koh Klang. Excellent diving, snorkelling, hiking and game fishing are why most travellers come to the Surin Islands. Those hoping to find a quiet refuge from tourist traps and urban centres will be delighted with the islands' relatively untouched settings.

Ko Phitak93.54km from Laem Son National Park

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.

Ko Lamphu106.61km from Laem Son National Park

Ko Lamphu is a tiny island that sits in the Tapi River in Thailand .Ko Lamphu is also a public park with a more scenic setting than most.

Surat Thani City Pillar Shrine107.11km from Laem Son National Park

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.

Wat Pattanaram107.31km from Laem Son National Park

Wat Pattanaram (Mai Temple) an ancient temple at Surat Thani province South of Thailand.

Where is Laem Son National Park

Discover more attractions in Ranong, where Laem Son National Park is located

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Ranong is the least populated province. Eighty percent of its area is covered by forests, and 67 percent is mountainous. Ranong is known for its hot springs and unspoiled mangrove forests.