Similar Trips 'Ranong'

Attractions 'Ranong'

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Muang Ranong District
Koh Payam

Koh Payam

Koh Payam is still surrounded by basically natural environment, no lighting, colorful, and any comfortable things.

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Ngao Mangrove Forest Research Centre

Ngao Mangrove Forest Research Centre

Many species of marine life come to the mangrove to mate, incubate their eggs and care for their young until the offspring are strong enough to face the perils of the open sea.

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Punyaban Waterfall

Punyaban Waterfall

The waterfall itself cascades from a high cliff and makes a refreshing rest stop for motorist touring along the south. The beautiful scenery that the tourist will surely like this place aside for having the natural eclogical system there are also many shop for the convinient of the visitors.

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Ton Phet Waterfall

Ton Phet Waterfall

Surrounded by moist evergreen forest with Ranong’s highest Phota Chong Dong Mountains being the source of water, each tier of the falls cascades down boulders all year round.

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Victoria Point

Victoria Point

Just across the broad Chan River estuary lies the southern end of Myanmar and the trading village of Victoria Point. This place is also for fortune risker since there is a club here operating casino this is also one of the torust destination located at the southern Myanmar 

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Ranong Governor Cemetery

Ranong Governor Cemetery

This Chinese grave of Phraya Rattanasetthi (Kho Su Chiang), Ranong’s first governor. It is surrounded by the plants and at the back is the mountain, the frontview is the sea which makes more beautiful the scenery of the place once you see the evergreen color of the grass. 

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Rattanarangsarn Palace

Rattanarangsarn Palace

The wooden replica of Rattana Rangsan Castle shows 6 bedrooms of the King Rama V, the pictures of Ranong in the old days as well as the household  utensils.

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Phu Khao Ya Grass Hill

Phu Khao Ya Grass Hill

This average-sized hill is entirely void of trees leaving it looking, the hill offers a nice even layer of grass which provides very different scenery during the rainy season.

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Wat Had Som Paen

Wat Had Som Paen

This temple is on Khlong Hat Som Paen and provides a sanctuary for a shoal of soro brook carp.One favorite activity for the visitors to the temple is feeding fruits to the huge black carp or the plaa phluang as they are known locally. 

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Raksa Warin Hot Springs

Raksa Warin Hot Springs

The hot springs have been a popular tourist spot ever since King Rama V visited Ranong in 1890. There are three natural spring pools. The Father pool, Mother pool and the Child pool  The water from each of these springs is considered so pure that it was used during important ceremonies to celebrate the 60th Birthday of King Bhumibhol, Thailand’s current monarch. 

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Wat Suwan Khiri

Wat Suwan Khiri

It contains a Burmese style Chedi. This temple us different to the other temple It's quite an attractive temple and while I was there several monks were working around the grounds keeping their temple neat and tidy, you will see lot of image carve in the roof and the design is dihherent since it is the Burmesse design.

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Chan Damri Beach

Chan Damri Beach

A small beach of not very out standing natural beauty, the area to take the boat to Koh Song or Victoria Point. The hill top of Ranong is the best place to watch dramatically the sundown.

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Ngao Waterfall National Park

Ngao Waterfall National Park

While the park makes for a good motorbiking adventure. The magnificent view of this waterfall and the hoaring sound produce of this place during rainy season.

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Koh Chang

Koh Chang

It is called Koh Chang because its shape looks like a relaxing sleeping elephant. The island is covered by the Rain Forest and there are a few paths crossing it.

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Ruin Japanese Warship

Ruin Japanese Warship

Approximately 2 kilometres beyond Chao Fa Chi, a wreck of a Japanese logistic warship used in World War II between a pier in Tambon Pak Chan, Amphoe Kra buri and Burma is visible at low tide.

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Kapoe District
Laem Son Beach

Laem Son Beach

Laem Son Beach is a white sandy beach approximately 4 kilometres next to Hat Bang Ben. The beaty of this place is loaded of coastal area with beaches, coral reefs, mangrove swamps, and a rainforest jungle which is nice to do some water activities to see the underwater scenery of the beach

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Koh Khang Khao

Koh Khang Khao

Koh Khang Khao is the white sand beaches, and is rounded a stone-lined well. There are some coral reefs here that is good for water activities like snorkeling and diving.

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Bang Ben Beach

Bang Ben Beach

Bang Ben Beach is a long and vast sandy beach shaded by pine trees where the national park headquarters is located. It is said that it is the safest beach to swim all year around

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Koh Kam Yai

Koh Kam Yai

Koh Kam Yai is beautiful beach and private, there are no people live in this place that is why lots of migrating birds come to this place and this is the place for people who want to escape for a while on the crowded place and make some unwind and refresj your mind to the beautiful scenery that you will see.

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Koh Kam Nui

Koh Kam Nui

Koh Kam Nui is not far from Ko Kam Yai with beaches on one side and many other nearby islets. The natural beauty of this place is the many islands around the scenery of this place is one of the most amazing view as you see the island around this place.

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Koh Kam Tok

Koh Kam Tok

Koh Kam Tok has a curve-shaped inlet. This panoramic view of the island is one of the famous destination among the tourist and local since the view is quite different to other island.

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Laem Son National Park

Laem Son National Park

Laem Son National Park, it covers a total area of 196,875 rai. It also covers islands in the Andaman Sea; namely, Ko Khangkhao and Mu Ko Kam.

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Kra Buri District
Isthmus of Kra

Isthmus of Kra

Kra Isthmus is the narrow land bridge which connects the Malay Peninsula with the mainland of Asia, and popularly named "The Devil's Neck".

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Chum Saeng Waterfall

Chum Saeng Waterfall

In the rainy season, a lot of water cascades down the boulders in rainbow splashes. The natural spring wtaer come from the mountain will make you refresh, and if you want to change your ambiance and being tirede to your trip or swim on thye salt water this place is for you,

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Royal Initials Rocks

Royal Initials Rocks

There is an area where the royal initials of King Rama V were inscribed onto a stone to mark his royal visit. Inscription of  King Rama IX and Queen Sirikit visited their subjects on March 7 and their inititials “Phor Por Ror” and “Sor Kor” were carved on the rock as well.

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Bokkrai Waterfall

Bokkrai Waterfall

At the end of the road, a 20-metre walk through farmland and a moist forest will lead to this enormous waterfall that runs throughout the year.

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Phra Kayang Cave

Phra Kayang Cave

Phra Khayang Cave, despite its small scale, this cave is related to a legend of the establishment of the district. What you can see in this place is the nice beautiful cave that in the chamber of the cave is loaded of stunning stalagmites and stalactites that surely you will enjoy this kind of adventure, in addition of this you will also notice those creatures live inside the cave.

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La un District
Khao Fa Chi

Khao Fa Chi

So named because of its resemblance to a traditional Thai food cover, Fa Chi hill is located in Tambon Bang Kaeo. One thing most especial in this place is the sightseeing during the sunset that you will satisfied the seeing as you see it personally the stunning beauty of the place in addition is to watch the sundown. This is an excelent panoramic view of the place.

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Natural Hot Springs

Natural Hot Springs

The hot springs have been a popular tourist spot ever since King Rama V visited Ranong in 1890. There are three natural spring pools. The temperature of the water in the pools remains constant at about 65 °C.

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Suk Samran District
Praphat Beach

Praphat Beach

Praphat Beach is a large beach shaded by pine trees. In this beach you will also witness the dramatically the sundown which make you stun.  The beauty of this place is one of a kind as you witness the natural phenomena that happens most of the time. 

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Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary

Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary

This wildlife reserve houses a breathtaking waterfall known as Namtok Phan Met amid a stretch of verdant forest. The wildlife reserve was established in 1972, originally covering an area of 480 km. In 1991 50 km of tambon Khao Pang were added to the reserve.

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