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Ranong
About Ranong

Ranong is a rainy province filled with pristine natural beauty that serves as a gateway to southern Myanmar. The region is best known for its mangrove forests and hot springs.

How to go
Both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned busses depart from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal to Ranong everyday.. For a current schedule and further information, please call the Southern Bus Terminal at tel: 0 2435 1199, 0 2435 1200 or the Ranong Bus Station at tel: 0 7781 1548 or visit www.transport.co.th

There are also buses from the Ranong Bus Terminal to nearby provinces including Chumphon, Surat Thani, Phang Nga, and Phuket.
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There are currently no regularly scheduled flights to Ranong. Ranong airport is 20km south of town, off Hwy 4 but is serviced only by small charter aircraft.
Recommended

Namtok Ngao National Park

Located in Tambon Ngao in the vicinity of Khlong Phrao National Park, the steep Ngao Waterfall can be seen from a great distance away because of its commanding height.

Namtok Ngao National Park

Hat Chan Damri

Located about nine kilometres from downtown Ranong along Highway No. 4004 (Ranong-Pak Nam),

Hat Chan Damri

Victoria Point or Ko Song

As an island in neighbouring Myanmar, Ko Song offers visitors a variety of local products, souvenirs such as wicker basketry and lacquerware, and gems.

Victoria Point or Ko Song