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Phang NgaOperating day:
DailyOperating time: 06.00 - 18.00
Tambon Nop Pring, Amphoe Mueang Phang-nga, Phang-nga 82000
Tel. 0 2562 0760
Category : Parks & Gardens, National Parks & Marine Reserves
Attraction Details :
Situates inside the Khao Thoi Nang Hong National Forest Reserve area in Tambon Nop Pring, covering a total area of 72 acres. It has topography of Limestone Mountains lying from the Northeast to the South. The park is covered with evergreen of rain forest with streams flowing down through the valley. The different altitudes of the landscape result in many small waterfalls. Many economic plants are grown here; such as, Malacca teak, ironwood, and Champa Pa – Magnolia elegans. Its fauna include Sumatran serow, monkey, langur, bear, tiger fish, soro brook carp, and soft-shelled turtle. The name of the forest park is based on a folk tale that 7 Kinnari sisters flew from Kailasa Mount to swim in the pond here and the youngest sister, Manora, was caught by the loop of Hunter Bun who took her to offer to Prince Suthon.
Interesting Attractions within the Forest Park:
Namtok Sa Nang Manora features a medium-sized pond and a small waterfall with water all year round.
Tham Plueak Hoi is a medium–sized cave located 1.3 kilometers from the Park’s headquarters. It houses a shell cemetery with a sloping trail for an easy walk.
Tham Khi Khangkhao is located 2.3 kilometers from the Park’s headquarters and of a larger size than Tham Plueak Hoi. It is a habitat of a large flock of bats, with a not so steep trail suitable for walking.
Tham Kaeo is 3 kilometers from the Park’s headquarters and 1.5 kilometers from Tham Khi Khangkhao. It houses beautiful stalactites and stalagmites but a guide will be needed for the walk.
In addition, the Park also provides a nature trail with natural interpretation signs of its flora and fauna along a distance of 2 kilometres, taking approximately 1 hour. No guide is needed.