|Phang Nga/Khaolak Travel Information|
Overland by road
++ From Phuket, take route 402, over the bridge to Phang-Nga province. Turn onto Highway 4 and head towards Thai Muang and Thap Lamu - Hat Khaolak lies just beyond at Ban La-on.Travel time is about 90 minutes. Bus services from Phuket to Phang-Nga town are also available hourly from the Phuket bus terminal. The trip takes about 2 hours. From Phang-Nga town catch a local bus to Takua Pa and asked to be set down at Hat Khaolak, or Ban La-on.
From Krabi, take Route 4 up to Phang-Nga,
through the town and continue on Route 4 through Takua Thung, Thai Muang,
up to Khaolak. The trip can take up to 2 hours depending on weather
and road conditions. If going by bus from Krabi, take one heading towards
Phuket, and change at Kochloi to a bus heading for Takua Pa and Ranong.
Asked to be set down at Hat Khaolak, or Ban La-on.
|Locate and Landscape|
A primarily agricultural
province, Phang-Nga produces rubber and food crops such as rice, vegetables
and fruit. A large proportion of the province still comprised of forest,
much of which is designated national park area.
is a national park area, resplendent with rich natural attractions,
and a convenient departure point to other of Phang-Nga's many points
of interest, including the famous Similan Islands, and Surin Islands
in neighbouring Ranong Province.
attraction is the beauty of its natural surroundings -bordering the
Andaman Sea on one side, and surrounded by natural forest on other sides.
Offering peace and tranquility, the area is reminiscent of Phuket in
bygone days, and is the perfect spot to get away from the razzle and
dazzle of more populated areas nearby.
Seek a resort and unwind with your family and friends
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