The National Park is located in Phang Nga Bay.
Approx. 80% of the national park is covered with water of the Andaman Sea and the bay is home to 42 large and small islands.
One of the most famous islands is Khao Phing Kan that became famous by providing scenery for the classic James Bond movie “The Man With The Golden Gun”. Even more movies were already filmed in this bay, such as James Bond’s “Tomorrow Never Dies” and “Hangover 2”.
The Phang Nga Bay is classified as a world heritage site by the UNESCO.
The mangrove forests stretch along the coast and in the swamps you can find fiddler crabs, mudskippers, lizards and snakes.
The steep and rugged limestone cliffs that soar into the sky barely offer a possibility for plants to grow on. More than 16 bird species have been discovered in this region, including different types of kingfishers, swallows, Dajal thrushes and many others. Mammals also find a home here, for example some bats and several monkey species.