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Mu ko Phetra National Park

The sampan shaped island in Andaman Sea was declared a national park on December 31, 1984. It consists of a long coastline from Satun to Trang province. The several off-shore islands include Koh Phetr...

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Satun Freshwater Fisheries Office

The Fisheries Office is a nursing home of rare Kradan turtles that can be only be found here in all of Thailand. Opening hours: Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm Contact: 074-781-299 Getting there: ...

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Talay Ban National Park

Talay Ban National Park is covered with alternating mountain resulting from the underground water. The underground water scours the soil resulting a big whole which turned into caves such as Tone Din ...

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Tarasawan Waterfall Park

Tarasawan Waterfall Park is located at Moo 1, Moo 5, Moo 6 TambolKuankalong, AmphurKuankalong, Satul. It is in the Sanctuary Park KhaoMha Mai Yok. Most of the area is preserved for conservation. There...

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Tarutao National Park

“Tarutao” is a word that was distorted from the word “Talotrao” in Malay language meaning a lot of gulf. Tarutao is a national park in the Andaman Season of AmphurMuang, Satul ...

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Thale Ban National Park

Declared as a national park on October 27, 1980, Thale Ban National Park is located in Ban Wang Prachan, Tambon Wang Prachan, 40 kilometers from the town of Satun. The park has an area of 49,000 acres...

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