Lampi Marine National Park
Lanbi Kyun, Myanmar (Burma)
About Lampi Marine National Park
Lampi Marine National Park covers a group of islands in the Myeik Archipelago in the Tanintharyi Region of southern Myanmar. It consists of over 800 islands dotted along 600 kilometres of coastline in the Andaman Sea. The area is covered by tropical evergreen rainforests and is surrounded by an extensive coral reef system. It was declared ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003. It protects evergreen and mangrove forests, beaches and dunes, coral reefs, sea grass and rich biodiversity, with over 1,000 recor
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