A picturesque spot in the Takua-Pa District, the Pakarang Cape is a treasured possession here. Pakarang Cape is a quiet place, away from the bustle and ideal for enjoying the tropical serenity of Thailand. Whether it is the palm-fringed beach or the crystalline blue water, the cape is an embodiment of Thai nature. With few restaurants and cafes located nearby, visitors can enjoy the views with a delicious cocktail here.
Thailand is dappled with breathtaking beaches and every visitor is on the lookout for serene, calm spots to enjoy the tropical scenery. Bangsak Beach is one such place. Quiet and relatively secluded, the Bangsak is one of the best romantic destinations in Khao-Lak. The beach strip is dotted with eateries and massage cabanas. Visitors can take in the spectacular panorama of the sea while relaxing with a drink or getting a much-needed massage.
The Pak Weep Beach is one of the less crowded and beautiful beaches in Khao Lak. With spectacular vistas of the jewel-toned sea, the velvety, palm-fringed beach strip is ideal for a morning or evening stroll. While human activity is minimal at this beach, beach side cafes and eateries make it perfect for a much-needed peaceful time, away from all the tourist bustle.
Animal lovers looking to support a good cause should be sure to check out this turtle sanctuary in Phang-Nga. The Royal Thai Navy Third Fleet Sea Turtle Nursery releases over 5,000 turtles into the wild in surrounding areas in efforts to protect the species, while also taking in and caring for injured or sick animals.
Tucked away between Pakarang Cape and Bang Niang, this beach is a tropical oasis fringed with balmy coconut palms, a handful of shacks and golden sand stretches. The beach also invites avid surfers. But if unwinding and relaxation is on your agenda for the day then this is the perfect spot to lounge and watch the sun go down.
Khao Lak–Lam Ru National Park offers a wide variety of natural beauty spread over 125 square kilometers (48 square miles). In addition to the two mountain peaks it takes its name from, the park charms visitors with its scenic beaches, forest trails, and numerous large waterfalls.
Khao Sok National Park is a 739-square-kilometer (285.3 square mile) national park that is home to ancient rainforests dating back millions of years. Sensational natural limestone structures rise out of aquamarine lagoons, and waterfalls thunder through lush forest in every shade of green as sunlight filters through the dense foliage. During the monsoon season, the jungle comes alive with wildlife, teeming with indigenous animals like wild elephants, gibbons and boars; even as brightly colored sunbirds flit and Great Hornbills swoop. The park is most famous for the rare Rafflesia flower, the world's largest flower that can grow up to 80 centimeters (31.4 inches) in diameter. Wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts add Khao Sok to their itinerary for the spectacular nature watching, elephant trekking, canoeing and boat tours.