Reservations:
4-12
years

Discovery Ranong

Ranong in Thailand’s far west is full of natural beauty and unspoiled scenery. Some of the hotels actually have real Spas and indoor pools with water from the springs which you can immerse yourself in, definitely well worth a visit.

Koh Phayam
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Koh Phayam

Koh Phayam is the 2nd largest island of Andaman sea in Ranong province. It is famous for both its long fine white sandy beaches and dense area of forest.
Fa Chi Hill
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Fa Chi Hill

Fa Chi Hill provides an excellent vantage from which to see two rivers, the Kra Buri and the La-un, converge.
Hot Springs and Raksawarin Public Park
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Hot Springs and Raksawarin Public Park

This natural hot springs have been a popular tourist spot ever since King Rama V visited Ranong in 1890.
Punyaban Waterfall
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Punyaban Waterfall

Punyaban waterfall which formerly known as Settakuat waterfall, is a 20-metre high waterfall. A nature trek of approximately 300 meters is provided for visitors to relax among the freshness of the tropical forest.
Kra Isthmus
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Kra Isthmus

Kra Isthmus or Kho Khot Kra is the Malayan Peninsula narrowest point. It provides an excellent vantage point where visitors can see Kra Buri River forming a natural boundary between Thailand and Myanmar.
Ngao National Park
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Ngao National Park

A marvelous waterfall is the Ngao waterfall (Namtok Ngao), a magnificent natural feature where you can cool your heels and marvel at the power and noise at the bottom.
Victoria Point
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Victoria Point

As an island in neighboring Myanmar, Koh Song offers visitors a variety of local products, souvenirs such as wicker basketry, lacquer ware and gems.
Laemson National Park
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Laemson National Park

Laemson is a coastal park that extends out to include a number of beautiful islands such as Koh Khai Yai, Koh Kang Kao, and Koh Kam
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