Top 2 attractions to explore in Ranong
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.
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.
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.
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